Johanna Konta is the only British player left in the Australian Open singles draw after Katie Boulter exited to 11th seed Aryna Sabalenka. Boulter was defeated 3-6, 4-6 on Wednesday. MailOnline - Published
Two tennis fans at the Australian Open were removed by security after they began fighting over the headband of Belarusian star Aryna Sabalenka at Melbourne Park on Wednesday, January 16. Sabalenka, 20,..
Two tennis fans at the Australian Open were removed by security after they began fighting over the headband of Belarusian star Aryna Sabalenka at Melbourne Park on Wednesday, January 16.Sabalenka, 20,..
Katie Boulter's run in the Australian Open women's singles comes to an end at the second round stage with a 6-3 6-4 defeat by Belarus' Aryna Sabalenka. BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News •BBC Sport
Dan Evans has been scheduled to play Roger Federer on Rod Laver, around 4.30am UK time, on Wednesday. Fellow Brit Katie Boulter will play Aryna Sabalenka at around the same time. MailOnline - Published
The new 'super tie-break' seemed to have slipped the mind of Great Britain's No.2 Katie Boulter on Monday as she closed in on victory against Russian player Ekaterina Makarova in the first round. MailOnline - Published
Boutler clinched victory in her first Grand Slam match overseas, but was nearly left with egg on her face after forgetting the new tie-break rules in Melbourne to celebrate prematurely Independent - Published
Katie Boulter became the first player to win a main draw match at the Australian Open under a revamped scoring system on Monday but not before losing her way during the new-look deciding set shootout. Reuters - Published
BBC Local News: Channel Islands - Guernsey -- Britain's Katie Boulter reaches the Australian Open second round with a thrilling victory but Heather Watson and Harriet Dart suffer heavy defeats. BBC Local News - Published Also reported by •BBC News
Serena Williams stepped up her Australian Open preparations with a straight-sets victory over Britain's Katie Boulter on Thursday to complete an unbeaten Hopman Cup campaign in singles. MailOnline - Published
Boulter is savouring a 'special moment' after becoming the latest British tennis star to break into the world's top 100. The 22-year-old was ranked 199 at the start of the year but is now up to 96. MailOnline - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News
Top seed Pliskova overcame a slow start to put away Boulter 5-7, 6-0, 6-3 in the Tianjin Open quarter-finals on Friday, improving her chances of qualifying for the WTA Finals in Singapore. MailOnline - Published