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Murray: Zverev deserved victory.

Andy Murray couldn't hide his frustration and disappointment after crashing out to Mischa Zverev in four sets.

2:06

Angelique Kerber upset in round of 16.

Top-seeded Angelique Kerber is upset by Coco Vandeweghe in straight sets in their fourth-round match at the Australian Open.

1:13

Highlights: Paes-Hingis advance.

Leander Paes and Martina Hingis beat Australian pair Destanee Aiava and Marc Polmans 6-4, 6-3 to advance to the Round of 16

1:35

Mirza: We lacked aggression.

Sania Mirza speaks about how she and Barbora Strýcová weren't at their best in their loss to Kato and Hozumi in the Australian Open Women's Doubles.

3:13

Rooney: Goal record is a great honour.

Wayne Rooney reacts to his record-breaking 250th goal for Manchester United.

1:39

WATCH: Chapecoense players lift trophy.

Chapecoense returned to action with a friendly against Palmeiras, their first match since November's plane crash.

1:07

Zidane: We need peace from the fans.

Zinedine Zidane admires how demanding the Madrid fans are, but wants more support from them during challenging times.

1:02

Nadal survives Zverev to reach round of 16.

Rafael Nadal advances at the Australian Open with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 6-2 win over 19-year-old Alexander Zverev.

1:13

Dimitrov dispatches Gasquet after delayed start.

Grigor Dimitrov beats Richard Gasquet 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 after their match was delayed until midnight local time.

0:45

Pliskova beats Ostapenko in marathon match.

Karolina Pliskova rallies to beat Jelena Ostapenko 4-6, 6-0, 10-8.

0:27

Player Profile: Harmanjot Khabra.

Bengaluru FC's new signing Harmanjot Khabra tells us about his journey so far as a footballer and what he expects from his move to Bengaluru FC

Moreno: Ronaldo a victim of own success.

Alejandro Moreno says the struggles of Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo create a perfect storm for criticism of Ronaldo.

1:57

Cahill rules himself out of Kyrgios coaching job.

Darren Cahill offers his insight into how Nick Kyrgios should approach his decision to take a coach.

2:38

WATCH - Federer cruises into Round of 16.

Roger Federer gets past Tomas Berdych in straight sets to advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open.

0:51

WATCH - Murray makes light work of Querrey.

Andy Murray beats Sam Querrey in straight sets in the third round of the Australian Open.

0:36

Evans: Tomic's box embarrassed him.

Dan Evans criticised the behaviour of Bernard Tomic's box after their third round match at the Australian Open.

Bopanna cries foul over "horrendous call"

Rohan Bopanna is seen arguing with the chair umpire over a controversial call in their third set game against Alex Bolt and Bradley Mousley

1:21

'Barbora and I combine well together' - Mirza.

Gaurav Kalra talks to Sania Mirza about her schedule in doubles and mixed doubles at the Australian Open.

4:51

Djokovic: Istomin deserved to beat me.

Novak Djokovic makes no excuses for his surprise defeat to Denis Istomin in the Australian Open second round.

Istomin finishes Djokovic in fifth set.

With Denis Istomin serving for match point, Novak Djokovic's return goes long, giving the 117th-ranked player in the world a five-set victory.

1:18

Nadal makes quick work of Baghdatis.

Rafael Nadal gets a three set win over Marcos Baghdatis to advance to the third round at the Australian Open.

0:47

Raonic admits recent illness.

Milos Raonic said he is struggling with illness after he beat Gilles Muller at the Australian Open on Thursday (19th January) to set up a third round clash against Gilles Simon.

Wozniacki: I'm excited to face Konta.

Caroline Wozniacki reflected on her new-found form and on the upcoming clash against British tenth seed Johanna Konta, after she beat Donna Vekic in straight sets in the second round of the Australian Open on Thursday.

Serena cruises to second round Australian Open win.

Serena Williams beats Lucie Safarova in straight sets to advance to the third round at the Australian Open.

0:50

Kalra: Disappointing day for India's doubles teams.

Leander Paes and Andre Sa crashed out of the Australian Open, as did the Sharan-Raja duo in a forgettable day for Indian tennis fans.

1:29

Is Tiger ready to compete?

Major winners Adam Scott and Ernie Els welcome the return of Tiger Woods to the game of golf after a long lay-off with a back injury.

0:55

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