Storm Sanders ‘more prepared than ever’ for Australian Open date with world No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka

Perhaps for the first time in her career, the eyes of the world are set to descend upon local wildcard Storm Sanders as she takes the court at the Australian Open for the first time since 2016 come Tuesday. Well … to be more accurate, they’ll be on her opponent, Aryna Sabalenka, as the world … More Storm Sanders ‘more prepared than ever’ for Australian Open date with world No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka

A competitive streak and a level head: Why Ash Barty is the favourite in Melbourne

Already struck by her ability to flick a switch to go from one of the affable players on the tour to one of the most competitive at a moment’s notice, Ash Barty’s long-time friend and occasional doubles partner Storm Sanders believes the world No. 1 is serving as well as she ever has in the … More A competitive streak and a level head: Why Ash Barty is the favourite in Melbourne

Wildcard Aleks Vukic bullish on Aussie men at the Australian Open

Admittedly, drawing South African world No. 32 Lloyd Harris in the opening round of the men’s singles at the Australian Open wasn’t quite what Sydney-born wildcard Aleks Vukic was hoping for as he plotted a maiden Grand Slam main draw win. Nonetheless, the right-hander believes he’s well-placed to stage an upset; in fact, the right-hander … More Wildcard Aleks Vukic bullish on Aussie men at the Australian Open