Serbia’s Novak Djokovic has returned to the world number one ranking following his victory at the Australian Open.
Novak Djokovic sealed a record-extending eighth Australian Open title after fighting back to beat Dominic Thiem in five sets in the men's singles final in Melbourne.
Japanese star Shingo Kunieda equalled Esther Vergeer's record for Grand Slam wheelchair titles with victory over Gordon Reid of Britain in the men's singles final at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
The United States’ Sofia Kenin claimed her maiden Grand Slam title after recovering from a set down to beat Spain’s Garbiñe Muguruza in the Australian Open women’s singles final.
Dylan Alcott won his first sixth straight Australian Open in the quad wheelchair singles with a 6-0, 6-4 victory over Britain’s Andy Lapthorne in the final in his home city of Melbourne.
Austria’s Dominic Thiem came from a set down to beat Alexander Zverev and book his place in a maiden Australian Open final.
Both number one seeds were defeated in the men's and women's wheelchair doubles finals as British and Japanese players enjoyed success in Melbourne.
Ashleigh Barty's dreams of becoming the first home singles winner at the Australian Open for 42 years are over after she was stunned in the semi-finals by American Sofia Kenin.
The Australian Open has launched a tourism campaign to attract visitors to the country in wake of the bushfire crisis.
World number one Rafael Nadal was dumped out by Dominic Thiem in a thrilling men's quarter-final at the Australian Open.