AUSTRALIAN OPEN: I analyse the men's draw at the 2019 edition of the event and make predictions like it's 2014. Because what has really changed at the top?
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Alex de Minaur: “Being top 100 doesn’t change who I am or what I do”
INTERVIEW: Alex de Minaur talks belief, reaching the top 100, and adapting to tennis outside of Australia.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and the Importance of Timing
OPINION: After Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's French Open withdrawal, I contemplated what he could have achieved so far in his career - and why he hasn't done so.
Australian Open 2018 Journal Day Two: Djokovic Returns and Losing Streaks
AUSTRALIAN OPEN: My thoughts on day two - in which Djokovic returned, Bouchard won a match and Barty made a statement.
“We’re all on different journeys”: Welsh player Evan Hoyt talks the Harsh Realities of Pro Tennis
INTERVIEW: Welsh 22-year-old Evan Hoyt talks perpetual injuries, the lesser known facts of life as a tennis pro, and thinking outside the box.
If Roger Federer is the greatest, let his Australian Open win be about his greatness
AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Roger Federer's monumental triumph was about his brilliance, not Rafael Nadal's "failings".
Australian Open: 5 Things to Remember for the Men’s Quarterfinals (Part Two)
Australian Open: In the men's quarters, Grigor Dimitrov looks to continue a quiet win-streak, as Rafael Nadal seeks greater efficiency at saving break points.
Australian Open Journal and Results Day Six: The Present is awesome and the Future is bright
AUSTRALIAN OPEN JOURNAL: Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev produced a dramatic battle exploding with quality, and other stories.
Australian Open Day Four Journal and Results: Major upsets and hilarious quotes
AUSTRALIAN OPEN JOURNAL: From Novak Djokovic's shock exit to Serena Williams' press conference, it was a crazy Day Four in Melbourne.
Australian Open Day Two Journal and Results: The calm after the storm
AUSTRALIAN OPEN JOURNAL: Day One was wild. Day Two was not so crazy. But it still had plenty of big results. Catch up here!