Gallery: Day nine at the Australian Open
We give you a pictorial of the ninth day’s action at the 2018 Australian Open at Melbourne.
Can you believe it? Kyle Edmund was certainly stunned after he pulled off an amazing win over Grigor Dimitrov in the quarter-final.
Just taking a breather, eh Grigor?
Edmund be doing plenty of that now that he has reached his first Grand Slam semi-final.
Elise Mertens was jumping for joy after she also claimed an upset win over Elina Svitolina.
The view from above.
The Bryan brothers are always good for a photo op.
Rafael Nadal needed a medical timeout during his match against Marin Cilic.
And he threw in the towel as he retired in the fifth set.
It means Cilic will face Edmund for a place in the final.
Second seed Caroline Wozniacki survived a comeback from Carla Suarez Navarro to reach the semi-finals.
‘Tremendous player’ Kim Clijsters to resume her comeback as she accepts Miami and Charleston wildcards
Kim Clijsters set to feature in Miami and Charleston.
‘Motivated’ Garbine Muguruza shows fighting spirit as she beats defending Doha champion Aryna Sabalenka
Muguruza ends Sabalenka’s Doha title defence.
Andy Murray set to compete in Dubai and Miami events as he hints at playing full-clay court season
Andy Murray on his next few events.
Andy Murray shows real signs of promise despite defeat to Andrey Rublev
There were certainly encouraging signs for Andy Murray.
Angry Andy Murray loses to world number eight Andrey Rublev in Rotterdam
The three-time grand slam winner was beaten 7-5, 6-2.
ATP announces ‘Covid Protection Ranking’ amid ongoing restrictions
ATP announces new system and some tweaks to other systems.
WATCH: Turning his back on play, brilliant winners, racket smashing from Daniil Medvedev as he loses
Daniil Medvedev entertains, even when he loses.
‘I just don’t feel well here’ – Alexander Zverev’s Rotterdam woes continue as he bemoans early exit
Early exit for Alexander Zverev in Rotterdam.
As football’s VAR struggles continue, tennis celebrates 15 years of Hawk-Eye’s electronic line calling system
Hawk-Eye in tennis, some like it, some don’t.
Rafael Nadal vows he will continue to play tennis as long as he is ‘healthy and able to compete’
Rafael Nadal on retirement.