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.
Positive Covid cases on flights to Australia put 47 players in 14-day quarantine
Three people across two chartered flights carrying the Open hopefuls tested positive for coronavirus upon their arrival in Melbourne.
Bernard Tomic still has drive to compete, saying ‘I don’t need to play tennis again, I’ve got enough money’
“I’m risking my life, and I’m playing and competing.”
Dominic Thiem: ‘My wish for 2021 is to win a second Grand Slam title’
Dominic Thiem eyes a second Grand Slam trophy.
VIDEO and PICS: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams among tennis stars to arrive in Australia
This way for a video and pics of arrivals in Australia.
Official insists no special Australian Open treatment for Andy Murray after positive COVID-19 result
Andy Murray warned he won’t get preferential treatment.
Madison Keys latest player to miss Australian Open charter flight after testing positive for coronavirus
Madison Keys unlikely to play at Australian Open.
Andy Murray in race against time to play at Australian Open after testing positive for COVID-19
Andy Murray tests positive for coronavirus – report.
Andy Murray Australian Open appearance in doubt after positive test for Covid
Murray is hoping to be able to arrive in Australia at a later date.
Dominic Thiem’s coach tests positive for COVID-19, but hopes to link up with Austrian ‘soon’
Nicolas Massu hopes to fly Down Under in a few weeks.
‘It feels great,’ says Hubert Hurkacz after starting 2021 with Delray Beach Open trophy
Hubert Hurkacz captures second ATP Tour title.