Tennis
 Popyrin expresses his US Open fears
Rising Australian tennis star Alexei Popyrin is concerned about losing precious rankings points if he opts against playing this year's US Open in New York.
 Melbourne to keep Australian Open: Tiley
The alarming spike of coronavirus infections in Melbourne hasn't impacted plans for the 2021 Australian Open, according to tournament boss Craig Tiley.
 Kyrgios brands Boris Becker a 'doughnut'
Nick Kyrgios's public condemning of Alexander Zverev's partying while pledging to self-isolate has not gone down well with German tennis great Boris Becker.
 Angry Kyrgios calls out partying Zverev
Nick Kyrgios has lashed fellow tennis star Alexander Zverev after videos emerged of the German partying in Monaco after being caught up in a COVID-19 scare.
 O'Connell headlines new pro tennis series
Tennis Australia's new domestic pro series gets under way in Sydney on Saturday with strict biosecurity measures in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 Tennis Australia announces pro series
Tennis Australia's new domestic pro series gets under way in Sydney on Saturday with strict biosecurity measures in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 Coronavirus' tight grip on world sport
Sports across the world which have rushed back into action are now grappling with positive coronavirus tests.
 US Open a big ask for Aussies: Woodbridge
Doubles great Todd Woodbridge says the release of a playing schedule will help Australian tennis stars make a decision on whether or not to contest the US Open.
 AO likely to feature wheelchair tennis
Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley is optimistic that wheelchair tennis will still feature at next year's season-opening grand slam in Melbourne.
 Undecided Barty wants more US Open answers
Aussie world No.1 Ashleigh Barty remains undecided over whether or not she'll contest this year's US Open in New York, the one-time US epicentre of COVID-19.
 Alcott slams US Open over omission
Australian star Dylan Alcott has slammed US Open organisers for omitting wheelchair tennis from this year's pared-down grand slam tournament.
 Tennis coaches a waste of money: Kyrgios
Mercurial tennis star Nick Kyrgios doubts he'll ever win a grand slam but insists he has no regrets as long as he does it his way.
 De Minaur's event decider washed out
Heavy rain in Spain has halted unbeaten Alex de Minaur's hopes of securing victory in the final of a four-man round-robin exhibition event.
 De Minaur remains perfect in tennis return
Australian ace Alex de Minaur has made it two wins from as many matches in the four-man exhibition Region of Valencia Tennis Challenge in Spain.
 French Open champ plans zoom Barty party
World No.1 Ashleigh Barty has found a novel way to mark the first anniversary of her memorable French Open triumph.
 Tomljanovic buoyed by tennis return
Ajla Tomljanovic's return to competitive tennis got off to a fantastic start before rain washed away her chance of winning the four-player UTR Pro Match Series.
 Career snapshot of Ashley Cooper
Career snapshot of Australian tennis great Ashley Cooper, who has died after a long illness.
 Australian tennis great Ashley Cooper dies
Australian tennis great Ashley Cooper, who twice won the Australian Open as well as Wimbledon and the US Open, has died aged 83.
 Millman reveals fears over tennis return
Australia's John Millman fears tennis players will be forced to return to the court despite coronavirus concerns because "money talks".
 Millman defends Thiem on funding battlers
Australia's John Millman has defended Dominic Thiem after his refusal to help fund tennis players battling during the coronavirus shutdown.