Australian Open 2013

Daily draw previews and results of tennis' first major tournament of the 2013 season.

Sharapova, Radwanska advance to quarterfinals

The top seeds continue to dominate on the women's bracket at the 2013 Australian Open. On Sunday, No. 2 Maria Sharapova and No. 4 Agnieszka Radwanska both won in straight sets to advance to the...

Ivanovic, Ferrer highlight Aussie play

ESPN2 has the TV coverage of the Australian Open. Here's what you'll find, and when you'll find it.

Del Potro falls, Simon moves on

Juan Martin Del Potro's time in the Australian Open is over after losing to Jeremy Chardy, while Gilles Simon won in one of the better matches of the tournament thus far.

Serena, Sharapova, Wozniacki alive in Australia


All the big names have rolled into the fourth round in the women's draw. Here is what is to come in the next slate of matches.

Federer, Serena in action Saturday


The third round of the 2013 Australian Open rolls on into Saturday, as the likes of Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Andy Murray are all in action.

Federer, Murray back on court Saturday

There are a handful of enticing matchups in the third round of men's singles action at the Australian Open today.

Sharapova romps over Venus Williams

No. 2-seeded Maria Sharapova didn't struggle with Venus Williams, taking down the seven-time Grand Slam winner 6-1, 6-3 in Melbourne Thursday morning. Kirsten Flipkens is Sharapova's fourth-round...

High women's seeds win in Australian Open Thursday


Three top-ten seeded women won to advance to the fourth round of the 2013 Australian Open on Thursday.

Chalky Aussie Open about to get interesting

Bill Connelly reviews the first four days in Melbourne, and with all the biggest names still in action, previews the likely drama that's to come.

The marquee matchups begin in Round 3


We've seen mostly chalk through four days at the Australian Open; while a lack of upsets might seem boring to some, it has set the table for some fantastic matchups heading into the weekend.

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