No one gave an inch for more than two hours until Novak Djokovic took advantage of Andy Murray's vulnerability and snagged another Australian Open title.
Their genetically based synchronicity makes it almost unfair. With their Aussie Open title, Bob and Mike Bryan snared the final major record to their glorious resumes.
Victoria Azarenka took a thrashing from both the media and fans. But in the end, she blocked out all the negativity to win the Australian Open.
Victoria Azarenka took a thrashing from the media and from fans. But in the end, she blocked out all the negativity to win the Australian Open.
Andy Murray was never able to punch through the wall known as Roger Federer at a Slam -- until now.
Andre Agassi, speaking at the Australian Open on Friday, said he felt "anger" about Lance Armstrong's confession to using performance-enhancing drugs.
You'd be forgiven if you thought this was an early-round mismatch. Novak Djokovic blitzed his way past David Ferrer and back to the Aussie final.
We're still not quite sure why Victoria Azarenka left the court for so long in a controversial win over Sloane Stephens. We just know, it smells like gamesmanship.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga can be impossible to contain at times. That's what makes Roger Federer's five-set win so impressive.
Nothing cures a marathon hangover like an ice bath and rest. Just ask Novak Djokovic.
Sloane Stevens, two months shy of her 20th birthday, appeared as stunned as anyone in the moments after upsetting third-seeded Serena Williams, who hadn't lost a match since late August.
In the all-Spanish quarterfinal, it appeared early that David Ferrer's hold on Nicolas Almagro might come to an end. But a hobbling Almagro faltered, leaving the door open for Ferrer.
To be young and rife with potential. That's a great combo -- unless you're playing Roger Federer.
After getting off to a fast start, it took American Sloane Stephens three sets to finally put away Serbia's Bojana Jovanovski 6-1, 3-6, 7-5.
Stanislas Wawrinka played brilliant tennis for five hours in front of a full house. If only his opponent wasn't Novak Djokovic.
Don't hand over the winner's trophy to Serena Williams or Maria Sharapova just yet. Not the way Agnieszka Radwanska is thumping her foes.