For some reason, Andy Murray loves playing Aussie players, and that was apparent Wednesday in Melbourne.
Considering the offseason Roger Federer had, the Australian Open looks like it might be the start of his vacation.
Roger Federer withdrew from the ATP World Tour Finals, but the question must be asked: How much of this is Davis Cup related?
Roger Federer needed a miracle against Stan Wawrinka, and that's exactly what he received to reach the World Tour Finals championship match.
Safe to say, not even Novak Djokovic could have imagined he would dominate Stan Wawrinka the way he did at the World Tour Finals.
While Roger Federer rolled to an opening-day win at the ATP World Tour Finals, Andy Murray was equally unimpressive.
There are new faces at the year-end ATP championship, but Novak Djokovic comes to London on a roll and is looking to hold on to the world No. 1 ranking.
Not only did Milos Raonic beat Roger Federer in Paris, but he also qualified for the year-end championships. All in a day's work.
Don't look now, but here comes Andy Murray, who has officially qualified for the year-end championships in London.
Drama is on tap at the Paris Masters, which features a six-man fight for the four remaining spots in the year-end ATP championships.
Remember back in the day when we thought Roger Federer was washed up? Silly us. Suddenly, he's the player to beat on tour ... again.
Say what you want about Andy Murray, but Monday he silenced his critics in a big way.
Andy Murray looked anything but the player who won the US Open two years ago, Greg Garber writes.
Novak Djokovic played like the No. 1 player in the world at Wimbledon, and fittingly, he will be the top dog again, writes Greg Garber.
It was set up to be a perfect day for Andy Murray and his fans, but Grigor Dimitrov and his sublime skill spoiled the party for the defending Wimbledon champ, writes Greg Garber.
Compared to the other Big Four behemoths, Rafael Nadal is not having a seamless Wimbledon journey, writes Greg Garber.