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Sports - Tennis

Ebden marches into semis at Newport tennis    

Matthew Ebden is into the semi-finals of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships after fighting back from a set down to beat Germany's Tobias Kamke.

Ebden reaches Newport quarters, Groth out    

Matthew Ebden was the only Australian to reach the quarter-finals of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships after he cruised past Lukas Lacko.

Sam Groth gets back on track in Newport

All three Australian men in the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships have advanced to the second round in Newport.

Triumphant Federer taking time to reflect

Roger Federer admits he had too many drinks after partying all night following his historic eighth Wimbledon triumph.

Snapshot of Wimbledon champ Roger Federer    

A career snapshot of newly crowned eight-times men's Wimbledon champion Roger Federer following his final triumph over Marin Cilic.

Family man Federer considered retirement    

Roger Federer admits he contemplated walking away from tennis while blissfully hiking the Swiss alps after his injured-marred exit from Wimbledon last year.

Snapshot of day 13 at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day 13 at Wimbledon.

I cried out of anguish, not injury    

Crestfallen Croat Marin Cilic admits he cried because he couldn't deliver against Roger Federer, not because he was hurt in the Wimbledon final.

Men's all-time grand slam title leaders

The men's all-time grand slam title leaderboard and most prolific winners of Wimbledon.

Federer eyes No.1 after Wimbledon win

Swiss marvel Roger Federer is closing in on the world No.1 ranking once again after becoming the oldest Wimbledon men's singles champion since 1930.

Australia's last Wimbledon hope loses

Australia's last Wimbledon title hope, junior Blake Ellis, has lost his doubles semi-final with Frenchman Matteo Martineau.

Snapshot of day 12 at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day 12 at Wimbledon.

Williams to continue chasing grand slams    

Venus Williams has fallen short in her bid to become Wimbledon's oldest women's singles champion in more than a century, but she is vowing to fight on.

Federer has no plans to stop any time soon    

He's 36 next month, but Roger Federer has no immediate plans to pull up stumps as he tries to add to his record grand slam tally in an 11th Wimbledon final.

Wimbledon women's winner Garbine Muguruza

A career snapshot of newly crowned Wimbledon women's champion Garbine Muguruza.

Muguruza claims Wimbledon women's crown    

Garbine Muguruza is starting to live up to expectations after adding a Wimbledon crown to her 2016 French Open title with a final triumph over Venus Williams.

Federer on cusp of more Wimbledon history    

Roger Federer is pinching himself as he closes in on an extraordinary eighth Wimbledon title and 19th grand slam singles crown a month shy of his 36th birthday.

Wimbledon men's final match-up

The stats that matter ahead of Sunday night's Wimbledon final between Roger Federer and Marin Cilic

Aussie into Wimbledon junior doubles semi    

Australian junior Blake Ellis is through to the Wimbledon boys' doubles semi-finals with Frenchman Matteo Martineau.

Snapshot of day 11 at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day 11 at Wimbledon.

Wary Federer places champagne on ice    

Roger Federer is wary of the threat Marin Cilic poses in Sunday's Wimbledon final as he bids to become the first eight-time men's champion in history.

Federer surges into 11th Wimbledon final    

Seven-times champion Roger Federer has outclassed Tomas Berdych to storm into a record-extending 11th Wimbledon men's singles final.

Muguruza eyeing Wimbledon history too    

Garbine Muguruza hopes to become the first player to beat Serena and Venus Williams in grand slam finals when she plays Venus in Saturday's Wimbledon final.

Cilic soars into his first Wimbledon final

Former US Open champion Marin Cilic is a win away from becoming the first non-Big Five player since Lleyton Hewitt 15 years ago to win two grand slam titles.

Konta bows out of Wimbledon and the title

Venus Williams and Johanna Konta after their Semifinal match at Wimbledon July 13, 2017

Johanna Konta has bowed out after the Wimbledon semi-finals extending the long wait of Britain for a women’s singles champion.

Berdych out to stop Federer at Wimbledon

Grand slam under-achiever Tomas Berdych is happy to play the villain role and spoil Roger Federer's party as the Swiss eyes a record eighth Wimbledon crown.

Konta all class after Wimbledon exit

Britain's long wait for another Wimbledon women's singles champion continues after Johanna Konta's gallant run came to an end in the semi-finals.

Snapshot of day 10 at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day 10 at Wimbledon.

Women's Wimbledon final match-up

How the women's Wimbledon finalists match up ahead of Saturday's championship decider at The All England Club.

Aussie Peers loses Wimbledon doubles semi

Australian Davis Cup player John Peers and Finn Henri Kontinen have lost an epic Wimbledon men's doubles semi-final at The All England Club.

Venus Williams into ninth Wimbledon final

Five-time champion Venus Williams will play 2015 runner-up Garbine Muguruza for a place in history in the women's Wimbledon final on Saturday.

Muguruza ready for second Wimbledon final    

Two years after losing to Serena Williams in the Wimbledon final, Spaniard Garbine Muguruza will play the American's sister Venus for tennis's greatest prize.

Konta in a tough semifinal showdown with Williams

Johanna Konta of Great Britain in action during a ladies’ singles quarterfinal match against Simona Halep of Romania at Wimbledon

Johanna Konta is depending on her own concentration abilities to deal with the hype around her semifinal match with Venus Williams on Thursday in her bid to become Britain’s first women's finalist at Wimbledon in a long 40 years.

Snapshot of day nine at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day nine at Wimbledon.

Wimbledon women's semi-final match-ups

We take a look at the history between players ahead of Wimbledon's women's semi-finals.

Mind over matter for Konta at Wimbledon    

Sydney-born Brit Johanna Konta is backing her renowned tunnel vision to block out the growing hype ahead of her Wimbledon semi-final with Venus Williams.

Wimbledon men's semi-final match-ups

We take a look at the history between players ahead of Wimbledon's men's semi-finals.

Federer homes in on eighth Wimbledon crown    

Seven-times champion Roger Federer has roared into a record 12th Wimbledon semi-final with a straight-sets victory over big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic.

Injury wrecks Djokovic's Wimbledon hopes

Triple champion Novak Djokovic has retired from his Wimbledon quarter-final against Tomas Berdych with an arm injury.

Aussie Peers into Wimbledon doubles semi    

As John Peers and Finnish partner Henri Kontinen moved into the men's doubles semis, women's combo Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua were knocked out.

Aussie Peers into Wimbledon doubles semis

Australian Davis Cup player John Peers and his Finnish partner Henri Kontinen have advanced to the Wimbledon men's doubles semi-finals.

Querrey stuns wilting Murray at Wimbledon    

Wimbledon's 24th seed Sam Querrey has stunned Andy Murray to make the semi-finals at the All England Club for the first time.

Snapshot of day eight at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day eight at The Championships.

British hope into Wimbledon semi-finals    

Sydney-born Johanna Konta has upset world No.2 Simona Halep in three pulsating sets to become Britain's first women's semi-finalist at Wimbledon in 39 years.

Rain halts Aussies at Wimbledon    

Wet weather at Wimbledon has left Australia's last title hopes on tenterhooks, with doubles ace John Peers and junior Blake Ellis asked to return on Wednesday.

Djokovic slams holes at Wimbledon

Serbian superstar Novak Djokovic has taken Wimbledon to task over scheduling, lack of fifth-set tiebreakers and the shoddy state of tennis's most famous courts.

Venus fights to keep trophy in the family

Venus Williams says she can feel the spirit of sister Serena as she fights to keep the Wimbledon trophy in the family.

Djokovic into Wimbledon quarter-finals    

Three-time champion Novak Djokovic has beaten unseeded Frenchman Adrian Mannarino in straight sets to reach his ninth Wimbledon quarter-final.

Wimbledon doubles joy for Aussie trio

Australia has three players alive in the Wimbledon doubles after wins for John Peers in the men's and mixed and Ash Barty and Casey Dellacqua in the women's.

Snapshot of day seven at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day seven at The Championships.

Rafael Nadal crashes out of Wimbledon

Tennis journeyman Gilles Muller has shattered Rafael Nadal's hopes of a third Wimbledon crown with an epic five-set fourth-round win over the world No.2.

Murray and Konta raise home hopes

Andy Murray and Johanna Konta have given Britain representation in the men's and women's singles quarter-finals at Wimbledon for the first time in 44 years.

Ageless Williams in the zone at Wimbledon

A 37, Venus Williams is three wins away from becoming Wimbledon's oldest women's champion in 49 years of professional tennis history.

Halep closes in on world No.1 ranking

Australian coach Darren Cahill's Romanian charge Simona Halep will claim the world No.1 tennis ranking if she wins her Wimbledon quarter-final on Tuesday.

Federer, Murray into Wimbledon quarters

Record-setting Roger Federer and top-seeded titleholder Andy Murray have again safely progressed to the Wimbledon quarter-finals but Rafael Nadal is out.

Frenchman fined as much as Bernard Tomic

Fiery Frenchman Adrian Mannarino has racked up fines totalling $US15,000 - the same as Bernard Tomic was docked - during his run to the Wimbledon fourth round.

World No.1 Kerber crashes out of Wimbledon

The Pat Cash-coached Coco Vandeweghe and top seed slayer Garbine Muguruza have emerged as the biggest Wimbledon threats to Venus Williams and Simona Halep.

Heavyweights could collide at Wimbledon    

Tennis's Big Four of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are again set to continue their decade-and-a-half dominance of Wimbledon.

Doubles is Australia's last Wimbledon hope

Doubles stars Casey Dellacqua, Ashleigh Barty and John Peers are Australia's best hopes of restoring national pride with some Wimbledon success.

Snapshot of day six at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day six at The Championships.

Cash protege into Wimbledon round of 16    

Australia's 1987 Wimbledon champion Pat Cash has coached rising American star Coco Vandeweghe into the second week of the championships.

Tomic's dad 'ashamed' of his son's antics    

Controversial tennis father John Tomic admits even he's ashamed of the way his son Bernard behaved at Wimbledon.

Hewitt staying out of Tomic firestorm    

Australia's Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt has distanced himself from Bernard Tomic's sorry plight as the fallout continues from his Wimbledon controversies.

Snapshot of day five at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day five at The Championships.

Former world No.1 backs Tomic's honesty    

Having himself burnt out at 24, former world No.1 Mats Wilander says he admires Bernard Tomic for the honesty that cost him a $US15,000 Wimbledon fine.

Philippoussis tips Australian resurgence    

Dual grand slam finalist and former Wimbledon runner-up Mark Philippoussis believes Thanasi Kokkinakis can emerge as a shining light for Australian tennis.

Snapshot of day four at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day four at The Championships.

Men's big guns all through at Wimbledon    

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic led the way as the big guns in the men's draw at Wimbledon advanced comfortably to the third round.

Federer cruises to second-round win    

Roger Federer is through to the third round at Wimbledon after brushing aside Dusan Lajovic in straight sets.

Djokovic empathises with Tomic's plight    

Triple Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic has sympathy for Bernard Tomic but understands why the troubled Australian has lost his racquet sponsor.

Beaten Mladenovic blasts 'slippery' court

France's Kristina Mladenovic has blasted Wimbledon organisers after crashing out in three sets on a dramatic day for the women's draw.

Australia loses its last Wimbledon hope

Arina Rodionova has suffered a hard-fought second-round loss to Zarina Diyas to leave Australia without a player in the third singles round at Wimbledon.

Tomic cops fine, loses racquet sponsor

Bernard Tomic has been fined almost $20,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct, the second-largest single fine in Wimbledon history, and also lost his racquet sponsor.

Djokovic plays down McEnroe's Tiger claims

Novak Djokovic has brushed off claims from John McEnroe that his recent struggles are Tiger Woods-like after storming into Wimbledon's third round.

Tomic's massive fine for feigning injury

Bernard Tomic has been fined almost $20,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct, the second-largest single fine in Wimbledon history, and also lost his racquet sponsor.

Snapshot of day three at Wimbledon

A look at the highs and lows of day three at The Championships.

Vickery drama no worry for Wimbledon hope

Arina Rodionova says the arrest and release of her AFL-playing husband Ty Vickery isn't distracting her Wimbledon focus as she looks to make the third round.

Bernard Tomic's turbulent year    

Bernard Tomic's Wimbledon antics are the latest in a series of bizarre and controversial acts on court and off over the past year.

John Newcombe's serious fears for Tomic

Tennis icon John Newcombe fears Bernard Tomic is throwing away his career and may need to hit rock bottom before realising what he's lost.

Nick Kyrgios's hip needs urgent attention

Nick Kyrgios's failing body has cost the exciting youngster one of the most enviable records in tennis.

Tennis greats line up to lash Tomic    

Bernard Tomic's insipid first-round loss at Wimbledon and expression of disinterest has sparked a wave of criticism.

Close but again no cigar for Kokkinakis

Thanasi Kokkinakis hopes to rebuild his ranking so he doesn't keep running into seeds at the grand slams after falling to Juan Martin del Potro at Wimbledon.

Thompson left frustrated by Wimbledon exit

Australia's Jordan Thompson is out of Wimbledon after losing to 25th-seeded Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas in straight sets.

Snapshot from day two at Wimbledon

Another bad day for Australians at Wimbledon, but big names in the men's and women's draw both booked comfortable paths to the second round.

Aussie men's worst Wimbledon since 1938

Australia won't have a representative in the men's singles second round at Wimbledon for only the second time in 79 years after another three losses on day two.

I'm a grand slam flop, says Gavrilova

Australian No.1 Daria Gavrilova has confessed to not coping with the grand slam pressure after crashing out in the first round at Wimbledon.

Australian men over and out at Wimbledon    

Australia's Jordan Thompson is out of Wimbledon after losing to seeded Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas in straight sets.

No sanctioning as yet for "bored" Tomic

Bernard Tomic has so far escaped sanctioning after admitting he no longer cares how he performs at grand slams after crashing out of Wimbledon.

Brave Rodionova Australia's lone crusader

Arina Rodionova is the only Australian to progress to the second round at Wimbledon after beating world No.17 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 3-6 7-6 (7-5) 9-7.

Kokkinakis sent packing by del Potro    

Thanasi Kokkinakis is out of Wimbledon after losing to Juan Martin del Potro 6-3 3-6 7-6 (7-2) 6-4.

Arina Rodionova advances at Wimbledon    

Arina Rodionova has become the first Australian to advance to the second round at Wimbledon, beating world No.17 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 3-6 7-6 (7-5) 9-7.

Injured Tomic crashes out of Wimbledon    

Bernard Tomic has followed Nick Kyrgios out the Wimbledon exit gates with a straight-sets first-round loss to German Mischa Zverev.

Snapshot from day one at Wimbledon

It's been a shocking first day for Australians at Wimbledon, but most of the heavyweights rolled into the second round.

Aussie battler vows to keep improving    

Australian qualifier Andrew Whittington is looking ahead after being knocked out of Wimbledon by Brazilian world No.100 Thiago Monteiro.

Nadal abused me out there: Millman    

World No.2 Rafael Nadal has routed Australian John Millman in less than two hours to showcase his credentials for a third Wimbledon crown.

Murray wins at Wimbledon, Wawrinka beaten    

Andy Murray overcame a hip problem in his Wimbledon first round match but the shock of the day came when Stan Wawrinka was sent packing.

Distraught Venus in tears over car smash

Venus Williams has been led out of media conference at Wimbledon in floods of tears following questions about the recent fatal car crash she was involved in.

Barty's Wimbledon campaign over    

Ashleigh Barty will turn her attention to the doubles with Casey Dellacqua after falling to world No.5 Elina Svitolina in a tough singles opener at Wimbledon.

Murray breezes through Wimbledon opener    

Andy Murray has shown no ill effects from a hip injury and advanced to the second round of Wimbledon with a straight sets victory.

Aussie qualifier's Wimbledon journey over    

Australian qualifier Andrew Whittington has been knocked out of Wimbledon by Brazilian world No.100 Thiago Monteiro.

Tomic positive of Wimbledon progress despite tough Zverev match

Bernard Tomic of Australia Serves in a quarterfinal match of the Aegon international at Eastbourne June 2017

Bernard Tomic will have to beat tough first-round opponent Mischa Zverev if he is to make Wimbledon entry this year even though he considers himself one of the top 10 contenders in the tournament with grass court talent to back up.

Tomic on high alert at Wimbledon

Bernard Tomic senses another opportunity to make a Wimbledon run but is alert to the dangers of tough first-round opponent Mischa Zverev.

Philippoussis joins Team Kokkinakis    

Thanasi Kokkinakis has enlisted the help of former finalist Mark Philippoussis to help drive his Wimbledon campaign.

Davis Cup hopes hinge on Kyrgios scans

Australia's hopes of reaching the Davis Cup final for the first time since 2003 may hinge on the outcome of Nick Kyrgios's planned MRI scans in London.

McEnroe doubts Kyrgios is mentally ready    

Seven-times grand slam champion John McEnroe doubts that mercurial Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios is mentally ready to break through for his maiden major.

Gavrilova cautious going into Wimbledon    

She's Australia's new No.1 but Daria Gavrilova isn't making any bold Wimbledon statements after enduring too many grand slam heartaches in the past.

Barty plots first big Wimbledon upset    

Australian Ashleigh Barty believes she's a genuine chance of pulling off the first upset of Wimbledon 2017 against world No.5 Elina Svitolina.

Kokkinakis in fine spirits for Wimbledon    

Thanasi Kokkinakis has declared himself ready for Wimbledon after winding up his preparations with an exhibition win over Damir Dzumhur at The Boodles.

Aussie battler gatecrashes Wimbledon    

Victorian qualifier Andrew Whittington plans on savouring every moment of his Wimbledon main-draw debut on Monday.

Kyrgios '65 per cent' fit for Wimbledon

Australia's top title hope Nick Kyrgios has revealed he is not even three-quarters fit for Wimbledon after aggravating a longstanding hip injury at Queen's.

Kyrgios craves for another Wimbledon run    

Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios is all set for Wimbledon after an undefeated stint at The Boodles exhibition event in Buckinghamshire.

Millman eyes Wimbledon stoush with Nadal    

Australian John Millman says a Wimbledon showcourt showdown with tennis great Rafael Nadal is what dreams are made of.

Rodionova qualifies for Wimbledon debut    

Australia will have three women in the Wimbledon main draw after Arina Rodionova successfully qualified for tennis's biggest show for the first time.

Kyrgios set for Wimbledon with Troicki win    

Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios is all set for Wimbledon after an undefeated stint at The Boodles exhibition event.