World number ones Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber were named the top seeds on Thursday for next week's Australian Open.
The Scot was knighted in Britain's New Year Honours list after a magnificent 2016 and tennis chiefs have been mulling what to call him.
Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will be big favourites for the Australian Open when it begins in Melbourne on Monday.
Kyrgios, dubbed a 'human headline' by Australian media, is coming off his best year yet when he won three titles.
Newly knighted Andy Murray feels he's in the right shape to finally hoist the Australian Open trophy at Melbourne Park.
Roger Federer has saluted `extraordinary` Andy Murray for surpassing Serbia’s Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic posted a statement on Facebook on Tuesday, saying the duo "jointly decided to end our cooperation."
The Indian tennis sensation, along with Norway's Casper Ruud have been offered the last two wild cards for the tournament's 22nd edition.
Argentina football legend Diego Maradona was courtside as Juan Martin del Potro beat veteran Ivo Karlovic.
Tennis greats like Serena Williams, and current sensations like Kei Nishikori and Nick Kyrgios, will take the City of Pearls by storm when they touch down to play in the upcoming International Premier
German tennis legend Boris Becker has backed Novak Djokovic to bounce back from a disappointing end to 2016 season.
Paes has sought sole custody of the child, while Rhea claimed that the child should stay with her.
Organisers said Caroline Wozniacki and Ana Ivanovic will compete at the Auckland Classic in January.
Cilic won Chennai Open titles in 2009 and 2010 and has been a part of the draw on six occasions, the last one in 2013.
The tennis authorities yesterday hit Nick Kyrgios with another batch of penalties for his lack of effort in Shanghai last week.