Gallery: The story from day six at the Australian Open
We give you a pictorial of the sixth day’s action at the 2018 Australian Open at Melbourne Park.
The clock tells the story of the marathon three-set match between top seed Simona Halep and Lauren Davies.
Yep, Halep and Davies made us all fee a bit dizzy.
It’s goodbye dear tennis racquet and goodbye Alexander Zverev as the German lost his third-round match against Hyeon Chung.
Tomas Berdych was involved in a heated exchange with the umpire, but he kept his cool when he was playing actual tennis as he beat Juan Martin del Potro in straight sets.
Novak Djokovic doing Novak Djokovic things during his win over Albert Ramos Vinolas.
It’s that winning feeling for Angelique Kerber as the 2016 champion made a big statement as she brushed aside Maria Sharapova.
Obligatory pretty picture of Margaret Court Arena.
Defending champion Roger Federer won the battle of the one-handers as he beat Richard Gasquet.
‘Really unjustified’ – Boris Becker leaps to Novak Djokovic’s defence over his quarantine pleas
Boris Becker believes world No.1 Novak Djokovic has come in for unfair criticism after writing a letter to Australian Open chiefs.
Umpire suffers heart attack as another Australian Open player tests positive for Covid-19
Spanish player Paula Badosa has announced she has tested positive for coronavirus during quarantine in Australia.
Laura Robson unsure about tennis future after third hip operation
The 27-year-old said her priority now is to live a pain-free life.
Andy Murray believes he can still play at the Australian Open as he plots return to action
Former world No.1 Andy Murray is still hopeful of playing in next month’s Australian Open.
Players are urged not to feed the mice in their hotel rooms as Heather Watson turns to Tik Tok
Britain’s Heather Watson has turned to Tik…
On this day in 2014: Stan Wawrinka ends Novak Djokovic’s Australian Open run
The Swiss won a five-set epic to deny Djokovic a piece of history.
Novak Djokovic hits back at allegations of being ‘selfish, difficult and ungrateful’
Djokovic says he finds it tough to be ‘a mere onlooker’.
Australian Open boss defends ‘better deal’ for the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams
Big-name players self-isolating in Adelaide.
Rotterdam Open boss reveals delight as ‘one of his all-time favourite players’ Rafael Nadal joins field
Rafael Nadal will return to Rotterdam.
Roberto Bautista Agut says quotes comparing quarantine to ‘jail, but with WiFi’ was ‘taken out of context’
Roberto Bautista Agut issues an apology.