Australian Open: Jamie Murray and Latisha Chan progress in mixed doubles

Britain’s Jamie Murray earns a narrow victory with partner Latisha Chan in the first round of the Australian Open mixed doubles. Source: BBC Tennis News

Australian Open: Caroline Wozniacki beats Magdalena Rybarikova to reach last eight

World number two Caroline Wozniacki reaches the quarter-finals of the Australian Open with victory over Magdalena Rybarikova. Source: BBC Tennis News

Australian Open: Angelique Kerber beats Maria Sharapova in straight sets – highlights

Watch the key moments as Angelique Kerber produces a superb performance to beat Maria Sharapova and confirm herself as a title contender at the Australian Open. Source: BBC Tennis News

Australian Open: Novak Djokovic progresses to round four despite injury scare

Novak Djokovic overcomes an injury concern to beat Albert Ramos-Vinolas and reach the Australian Open fourth round. Source: BBC Tennis News

Fourth seed Zverev falls to shock defeat to unseeded Chung

Alexander Zverev loses the fifth set 6-0 as he is knocked out of the Australian Open by unseeded Hyeon Chung. Source: BBC Tennis News

Stepping up: Bolder Edmund targets first Grand Slam quarter-final

Britain’s Kyle Edmund hopes to show a “killer instinct” when he faces Andreas Seppi in the last 16 at the Australian Open. Source: BBC Tennis News

Murray passion 'more than when world number one'

Andy Murray says he “would give back being number one in the world just to be back playing on the court again”. Source: BBC Tennis News

Impressive Kerber crushes Sharapova in straight sets

Former champion Angelique Kerber beats Maria Sharapova to confirm herself as a title contender at the Australian Open. Source: BBC Tennis News

Halep saves match points before winning epic encounter

World number one Simona Halep saves three match points in an epic victory over unseeded Lauren Davis at the Australian Open. Source: BBC Tennis News

Australian Open: Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares out of doubles in Melbourne

Former champions Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares are knocked out of the Australian Open with a narrow second-round defeat. Source: BBC Tennis News