Australian Open 2013

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

Sloane shocks Serena

For the first time in her career, Serena Williams lost to a younger American women's player as Sloane Stephens pulled off the upset to advance to the semifinals in Melbourne.

Australian Open: Azarenka wins in straight sets

After struggling early against Svetlana Kuznetsova, the No. 1 seed pulled away in the second set to advance to the semifinals.

Pupils vs. masters in women's quarterfinals


We lead off with two master-versus-pupil matches in the women's quarterfinals (in the first match, the pupil has surpassed the master; in the latter, not so much). Then we get a potential upset bid and a very familiar, often ultra-competitive battle.

Federer, Serena face quarterfinals test

The second day of quarterfinals matches in Melbourne will feature Roger Federer, Andy Murray, and Serena Williams.

Sharapova continues to dominate, advances to semis


Half of the women's semifinal is set as Maria Sharapova continued to cruise on Tuesday.

Ferrer survives in 5 sets, gets Djokovic

Novak Djokovic handled Tomas Berdych in four sets, but David Ferrer had to go the distance against Nicolas Almagro to set up a semifinals clash between the top two seeds in the top half of the bracket.

Federer, Tsonga set for quarterfinals match

Only one of the top tennis players in the world will advance when they face off in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open Tuesday.

Murray looks to continue forward momentum

Andy Murray will square off against Frenchman Jeremy Chardy in a bid to claim his first Australian Open title.

Azarenka continues championship defense

The top seed in the Australian Open takes on Svetlana Kuznetsova in the quarterfinals.

All-American quarterfinal provides intrigue

The 31-year-old Williams will have to defeat 19-year-old Stephens in order to advance in a bid to win her sixth Australian Open.

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