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Sports - Tennis

Barty set for career-high tennis ranking

Australian Ashleigh Barty will achieve a career-high world ranking of 54 after reaching the final of the WTA tournament in Birmingham.

Honest Kokkinakis upset by Queen's exit    

A searingly honest Thanasi Kokkinakis says his disappointing 6-2 6-2 loss to Daniil Medvedev at Queen's is the worst performance of his career.

Aussie giant-killing duo exit Queen's

Australian duo Thanasi Kokkinakis and Jordan Thompson have been sent crashing out of the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club.

Querrey ends Thompson's run at Queen's

Australia's Jordan Thompson is out of the Aegeon Championships at Queen's Club after losing in three sets to Sam Querrey.

Tomic, Thiem sent packing in Halle    

Bernard Tomic has failed to back up from his fine win over Tommy Haas, crashing out of the grass tournament at Halle to Richard Gasquet.

Barty, Gavrilova into Birmingham quarters    

They had to do it tough but both Ashleigh Barty and Daria Gavrilova are into the quarters of the Aegon Classic as they prepare for Wimbledon.

Kokkinakis out for more success at Queen's

Thanasi Kokkinakis takes on Russian world No.60 Daniil Medvedev for a place in the quarter-finals at Queen's Club on Thursday.

Murray-slayer Thompson wants more scalps

Rugby league tragic Jordan Thompson is hoping he can make up for NSW's loss to Queensland by beating Sam Querrey at Queen's Club on Thursday.

Inspired Thompson stuns Murray at Queen's    

Lucky loser Jordan Thompson claimed the biggest scalp of his young career by beating world No.1 Andy Murray in the first round at Queen's Club.

Kokkinakis back on track after Raonic win    

Thanasi Kokkinakis, who beat world No.6 Milos Raonic at Queen's Club on Tuesday, has revealed he almost quit tennis earlier this year.

Aussies headline on Queen's day of shocks

Australian duo Jordan Thompson and Thanasi Kokkinakis headlined a day of shocks at Queen's Club as the top three seeds all crashed out in the opening round.

Tomic's Halle progress checked by Gasquet

Bernard Tomic has failed to back up from his fine win over Tommy Haas, crashing out of the grass tournament at Halle to Richard Gasquet.

Kokkinakis stuns Raonic at Queen's

After 22 months of pain Thanasi Kokkinakis has begun his tennis resurrection, stunning Milos Raonic with a brilliant performance at Queen's Club.

Kokkinakis putting injury woes behind him

Thanasi Kokkinakis knows he is facing a tough task at Queen's Club against Milos Raonic but the returning Aussie does have a definitive gameplan.

Limping Kyrgios vows to be at Wimbledon

Nick Kyrgios insists he'll be fit for Wimbledon despite limping out of his first-round clash with Donald Young at Queen's Club with a hip injury.

Kyrgios tells McEnroe he's dreaming

Nick Kyrgios has dismissed the possibility of working with arch critic John McEnroe on a part-time basis.

Stosur to miss Wimbledon due to injury    

Australian champion Samantha Stosur has pulled out of the Wimbledon with a hand injury, putting her US Open seeding in disarray.

Happy Kyrgios relishing a return to grass    

Nick Kyrgios says he's the fittest he's felt for seven months and ready to make a splash on the grass courts of Wimbledon next months.

Australian junior's big Davis Cup passion    

Newly crowned French Open junior champion Alexei Popyrin is eyeing world No.1, grand slam glory and Davis Cup for Australia after his breakthrough in Paris.

Injured Stosur a Wimbledon no show    

Samantha Stosur is out of Wimbledon with a hand injury, leaving the Australian in a battle to retain her seeding status at the US Open.

Stosur to pull out of Wimbledon: reports    

Australian world no.34 Samantha Stosur will reportedly pull out of next month's Wimbledon with a hand injury.

Kokkinakis bundled out in Netherlands

Thanasi Kokkinakis has lost his second-round clash in the Netherlands, falling in straight sets to Russia's Daniil Medvedev.

Ashleigh Barty into Nottingham quarters

Ashleigh Barty is into the quarter-finals of the Nottingham Open where she could next take on top seed Johanna Konta.

Tomic back on winners list in Stuttgart    

Bernard Tomic had to fight his own nerves but ultimately overcame them and French veteran Stephane Robert to advance to the second round in Stuttgart.

Kokkinakis claims first win of comeback    

Thanasi Kokkinakis has claimed the first main tour win of his comeback from shoulder and abdominal injuries, beating former top 10 player Mikhail Youzhny.

Barty starts grasscourt season with win    

Ashleigh Barty started slowly but reeled off impressive second and third sets to advance to the second round in Nottingham.

Nadal's magnificent 10 French Open titles    

Rafael Nadal has won his 10th French Open title in stunning fashion - here is how he claimed every final at Roland Garros.

Dellacqua, Barty lose French Open final    

Australians Casey Dellacqua and Ashleigh Barty have been beaten 6-2 6-1 in the French Open doubles final by top seeds Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova.

Venus wins French Open doubles crown    

Doubles specialist Michael Venus has become New Zealand's first grand slam champion in 38 years after triumphing with Ryan Harrison at the French Open.

Australian wins French Open junior crown    

Teenage tennis ace Alexei Popyrin has become Australia's first French Open junior champion in 49 years.

French Open men's final head-to-head

Facts and figures ahead of the French Open men's final between nine-time winner Rafael Nadal and 2015 champion Stan Wawrinka.

Dellacqua, Barty eye historic French title

Casey Dellacqua and Ashleigh Barty are the first all-Australian pairing to make the French Open women's doubles final in Paris in 46 years.

French Open women's final head-to-head

Facts and figures ahead of the French Open women's final between Simona Halep and Jelena Ostapenko.

French Open men's semi-finals head-to-head

Facts and figures ahead of the French Open men's semi-finals.

McEnroe open to coaching 'wacky' Kyrgios

Former world No.1 John McEnroe says he and Nick Kyrgios are both 'wacky head cases' but he could be a good coaching fit for Australia's talented young star.

French Open Day 11 snapshot

It's been a huge day for Dominic Thiem while Stan Wawrinka continues to fly under the radar at Roland Garros.

Dellacqua and Barty eyeing tennis history

Casey Dellacqua and Ashleigh Barty are one win away being the first all-Australian pair in half a century to make the women's doubles final at all four slams.

Snapshot of day 10 of the French Open

Rain wreaked havoc on day 10 of the French Open with the two scheduled men's quarter-finals pushed back.

French Open day nine snapshot

Australia's Casey Dellacqua starred on the doubles court and then had some choice words for Margaret Court... that her relationship is normal.

Dellacqua's memo to Margaret: gay's normal

Gay Australian tennis star and mother of two Casey Dellacqua has delivered a heartfelt plea to Margaret Court to accept that homosexuality is normal.

Halep on track for French Open glory

Former finalist Simona Halep is three wins away from delivering Australian Darren Cahill his first grand slam title as coach in 14 years.

Wimbledon 'a bit scary', says Gavrilova

Australia's new top-ranked women's tennis player Daria Gavrilova admits playing Wimbledon so soon after the latest London terror attacks is a 'bit scary'.

Dellacqua and Barty eye French Open crown

Australian pair Casey Dellacqua and Ashleigh Barty are through to the women's doubles quarter-finals of the French Open in Paris.

Stosur's Wimbledon worry after French fall

Samantha Stosur is in a race with the clock to be fit for Wimbledon after a hand injury cruelled her French Open title hopes in Paris.

French Open day eight snapshot

A hand injury cruelled Sam Stosur's French Open while Rafael Nadal advanced to the quarter-finals with ease.

John McEnroe makes light of Court furore

John McEnroe has made light of Margaret Court's homophobia in a satirical online video of the delicate issue dominating world tennis attention.

French Open day seven snapshot

Alize Cornet claimed her first win over Agnieszka Radwanska in over a decade then got into why her and fellow Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia don't get along.

Sam Stosur crashes out of French Open

Injury has curtailed Samantha Stosur's French Open campaign, with Australia's last hope suffering a fourth-round loss to Latvian youngster Jelena Ostapenko.

Nick Kyrgios's French Open all over

Nick Kyrgios will turn his attention to Wimbledon after his French Open campaign ended with a third-round doubles loss with Jordan Thompson.

Stosur has eyes on a French Open fairytale

After so many grand slam heartbreaks in Paris, Samantha Stosur believes she can pen the fairytale final chapter to her decade-long romance with Roland Garros.

French Open day six snapshot

The Margaret Court sideshow continues to boil over as Samantha Stosur moved into the last 16 at Roland Garros yet again.

Stosur perfectly placed for French charge

Australian tennis ace Samantha Stosur feels like she is peaking at the right time as the 2010 finalist chases a maiden French Open crown.

Court digging herself a big hole: Stosur

Samantha Stosur says Margaret Court is 'digging a very big hole for herself' with inflammatory remarks like 'tennis is full of lesbians'.

Doubles boost in nick of time for Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios and Jordan Thompson have moved into the French Open third round, while fellow Australian Sam Groth is also savouring a big doubles win in Paris.

Stosur rolls into French Open fourth round

Australian tennis ace Samantha Stosur has crushed American qualifier Bethanie Mattek-Sands in straight sets to storm into the fourth round of the French Open.

Kyrgios still a Wimbledon dreamer

Nick Kyrgios believes he remains a factor in Wimbledon reckoning despite his second-round elimination from the French Open in Paris.

French Open day five snapshot

Samantha Stosur will again fly the flag for Australia after Nick Kyrgios was eliminated, while it was Juan Martin Del Potro that got the cheers on day five.

Shattered Kyrgios out of French Open

Hip and shoulder injuries and the death of his grandfather have cruelled Nick Kyrgios's French Open hopes, with the Australian bowing out in the second round.

Rename Margaret Court Arena: Navratilova

Tennis legend Martina Navratilova believes Margaret Court Arena should be renamed after Evonne Goolagong.

Stosur drawing on happy vibes in Open tilt

Samantha Stosur says the happy vibes of a decade of excellence in Paris is driving her push for a breakthrough French Open crown at Roland Garros.

French Open day four snapshot

Ageless American Venus Williams and Tunisian trailblazer Ons Jabeur have created tennis history on a dramatic fourth day of the French Open at Roland Garros.

Kyrgios looms as Davis Cup doubles option

Singles spearhead Nick Kyrgios is emerging as a potential Davis Cup doubles option for Australia's semi-final against Belgium.

Stosur shocked by Court's 'crazy' views

Australian No.1 Samantha Stosur has been left gobsmacked by tennis legend Margaret Court's latest views on homosexuality.