Three of the big four men cruised in relatively cool fashion during the scorching Day 4 heat.
The scorching weather finally brought play to a halt on the fourth day of the Australian Open when the temperature topped 109 degrees Fahrenheit, but not soon enough for some players who criticized officials for not stopping matches earlier.
Roger Federer could use a little help at the French Open -- mostly from the weather gods.
The explanation behind racket-rampage fits of fury is quite simple: It just feels pretty darn good.
There's no doubt a mending Juan Martin del Potro will make an impact. But is he ready for the Marcos Baghdatis test Down Under?
Who needs water to stay healthy? Nikolay Davydenko's drink of choice, the ever-popular vodka/Red Bull concoction, is working quite well.
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If ball-crushing, high-risk tennis makes you weary, keep your eyes closed when Taylor Dent meets Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Australia.
Here are 10 things we learned on Day 4
The most unrecognized player in the top 10, Gilles Simon is trying to validate his status with a deep run Down Under. But first he must get by the altitudinous Aussie, Chris Guccione.
Day 4 preview
Auburn senior Lukas Ollert is the ITA Southern Region men's tennis champion, wrapping up five days of action at the Yarbrough Tennis Center with his victory Monday.
Rafael Nadal will stay on antibiotics for appendicitis for at least five more days after seeing a Spanish tennis federation doctor on Thursday in Barcelona on his way home to Mallorca.
Paolo Lorenzi of Italy downed two-time former champion Robin Haase 6-2, 6-3 in the first round of the Kitzbuehel Cup on Tuesday.
Uruguayan qualifier Pablo Cuevas beat defending champion Tommy Robredo of Spain 6-3, 6-4 on Sunday to win the Croatia Open final after ousting top-seeded Fabio Fognini of Italy earlier the same day.
Estonian qualifier Anett Kontaveit is out of the Swedish Open, a day after beating top-seeded Alize Cornet.