Gallery: Day eight at the Australian Open
We give you a pictorial of the eighth day’s action at the 2018 Australian Open at Melbourne.
Man of the moment Kyle Edmund had some free time on Monday and of course he was going to spend it front of a bus.
Defending champion Roger Federer eased past Martin Fucsovics to book his place in the quarter-finals.
The other view from Federer.
Hair everywhere, but Naomi Osaka couldn’t match top seed and world No 1 Simona Halep during their fourth-round encounter.
Halep claimed a straight sets victory.
Here’s only gone and done it again, Tennys Sandgren is into the Australian Open quarter-finals with victory over Dominic Thiem.
Fifth seed Thiem saved a match point in the fourth set, but he was outclassed by the American.
Delight for 2016 champion Angelique Kerber as she reached the quarter-finals yet again.
Hyeong Chung pulled off a magnificent win over six-time champion Novak Djokovic.
Gutsy Andy Murray hoping for a day off before battle of the Brits
Andy Murray needs a day off before his battle of the Brits showdown with Cameron Norrie.
WTA Rankings: Simona Halep soars up to World No 6, Coco Gauff tops doubles ladder
Simona Halep is well placed to make a run on the top five, while Coco Gauff tops the doubles rankings.
Serena Williams gains lavish praise from Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal has nothing but well-wishes for Serena Williams.
ATP Rankings: What needs to happen for Rafael Nadal to snatch No 1 in Cincy
Here’s how Rafael Nadal can return to World No 1 in Cincinnati
Andy Murray vs Stan Wawrinka in Cincinnati: What time is the big match and where to watch it…
Three-time Grand Slam winners Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka meeting early in Cincy.
Rafael Nadal on having an opportunity to become world No 1 again: ‘I didn’t expect it’
Rafael Nadal could return to world No 1 next week.
Emma Raducanu teams up with Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina in Cincinnati doubles
Nicknames for team Raducanu-Rybakina? Radukina? Rybacanu? Emlena? Elemma?
Andy Murray makes Davis Cup return and hopes to ‘create even more history’ with Great Britain in Glasgow
Great Britain will face United States, Kazakhstan and the Netherlands in the group stage in Glasgow.
Coco Gauff after becoming world No 1 in doubles: ‘Being No 1 is pretty cool. Who wouldn’t want to be No 1?’
Another big milestone for youngster Coco Gauff.