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Djokovic Ties Emerson With 6th Australian Open Singles CrownNovak Djokovic was still walking around Melbourne Park with his trophy, celebrating his record sixth Australian title, when five-time runner-up Andy Murray was heading for the airport in a rush to reunite with his pregnant wife.
No. 7 Kerber Stuns Serena In Australian Open FinalFor the second time in as many majors, Serena Williams fell short of equaling Steffi Graf's Open-era record of 22 Grand Slam singles titles.
Murray Tops Raonic In 5, To Meet Djokovic In Australian Open FinalAndy Murray entered the Australian Open expecting to become a champion before becoming a dad. He's given himself a shot.
Djokovic, Williams Dominant In Australian Open Semifinal WinsNovak Djokovic called it the best he has ever played against old foe Roger Federer. Serena Williams was just being her dominant self.
Murray Advances To Semifinals On Distracting Day At Australian OpenAndy Murray and a much lesser-known British player, Johanna Konta, advanced to the Australian Open semifinals Wednesday, when the action on court had to compete with news about the integrity of the sport.
Federer, Djokovic Win, Setting Up Titanic Australian Open SemifinalNovak Djokovic and Roger Federer are 22-all in career head-to-heads, have nine Australian Open titles between them, and warmed up for a semifinal meeting with clinical quarterfinal wins.
Tennis Integrity Officials Interview Players At Australian OpenPlayers involved in a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open said Monday they were interviewed by the Tennis Integrity Unit after a newspaper reported it had attracted suspicious betting patterns.
Murray Advances, Wawrinka Upset In Fourth Round At Australian OpenIn the darker moments, when the medical needs of his family were becoming more urgent, Andy Murray thought about leaving the Australian Open before the fourth round.
Federer Earns 300th Grand Slam Singles Win, Moves Into 4th RoundThe countless records and accolades accumulated over a long and illustrious career don't in any way diminish Roger Federer's satisfaction when he sets yet another benchmark.
Djokovic Wins, But Match-Fixing Questions Again Hijack Australian OpenFor the second time in three days, Novak Djokovic won a match at the Australian Open and was confronted by questions about match-fixing in the sport.
Australian Open Shocker: 14-Time Slam Champ Nadal Out In First RoundFor five sets and nearly five hours, two chiseled Spanish left-handers went head-to-head again at the Australian Open. It wasn't a semifinal this time, though, and It didn't end nearly as well for Rafael Nadal.
Federer: It's Time To Name Players Suspected Of Match-FixingRoger Federer has heard enough speculation about match-fixing in tennis. If players are suspected of corruption, he wants names.

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