Four-time Australian Open winner Roger Federer was one of a host of big names to survive major scares as the first round of the men’s draw got underway in Melbourne on Monday.
Fourth seed Stan.. City A.M.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - With firebrand Nick Kyrgios Australia's top hope at the year's first grand slam, local fans may be set for a thrilling, if occasionally bumpy roller-coaster ride at Melbourne.. Reuters
After barely missing on a match point against eventual champion Li Na here at the Australian Open in 2014, and saving match points in two different encounters at Wimbledon last year, the Czech saved.. Source: Wochit News -
After being sidelined for different reasons in 2016, tennis stars Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams and Nick Kyrgiosare are among those returning to the circuit in 2017. Seventeen-time.. Source: Wochit News -
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Stan Wawrinka tried to remain focused on his opening match at the Australian Open despite local media prodding him on Saturday about a potential fourth round encounter with Nick.. Reuters
Not for the first time, Kyrgios drew attention to the question of what would have happened to him had he behaved like Djokovic did during his three-set defeat of Murray in Saturday's Qatar Open. MailOnline
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia needs another great tennis champion and Nick Kyrgios has the talent to fit the bill providing he learns how to channel his frustration when things do not go his way,.. Reuters
World no. 13 Nick Kyrgios looks set to have his two-month ban from the ATP Tour cut to three weeks after agreeing to a 'care plan'. The ATP said the ban would be cut if he agreed to receiving help. MailOnline
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number 13 Nick Kyrgios looks set to have his two-month ban from the ATP Tour cut to three weeks after agreeing to a "care plan", Australian media reported on Sunday. Reuters
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - American tennis great Jimmy Connors has put his hand up for one of the toughest coaching assignments in the world by offering to mentor Australia's wayward talent Nick Kyrgios. Reuters
Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios's commitment to tennis is again under scrutiny after preferring to take part in February's NBA celebrity game rather than play a tournament he had already committed to. MailOnline