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Brisbane keeping a seat warm for missing Kyrgios

The unpredictable future of Nick Kyrgios has been keeping Brisbane officials jumping, with the ATP-WTA event keeping a wild card spot open for the “missing” Aussie.

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Nadal plans may indicate he’s ready for Australian return

He hasn’t said it out loud, but injured Rafael Nadal looks to be preparing for a return to tennis, with tune-up events apparently in the plans

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Tide turns for Tiley as Kyrgios now an AO doubt

AO boss Craig Tiley has had to walk back his previous boast about Nick Kyrgios fronting up for the Grand Slam, with the administrator admitting

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Injured Nadal won’t commit to a return date

Rafael Nadal refuses to be pinned down on a return date after last competing in January at the Australian Open. The 22-time Grand Slam winner


Nadal camp quick to knock back big-talkingTiley claim

Craig Tiley’s brash brag over the alleged return of injured Rafael Nadal to January’s Australian Open has been knocked back quickly by the Spaniard’s camp. The big-talking

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Tiley insists: Kyrgios is on the mend for Melbourne

TD Craig Tliey may finally hit the mark with a prediction after controversially insisting that Rafael Nadal will be back from a year of injury

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AO to become a 15-day endurance test

The Australian Open on Tuesday joined Roland Garros in extending its running time by a day, turning the January major into a 15-day slough. The

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Selling out to the Saudis?

TENNIS is about to sell its soul to the Saudis – and Nick Kyrgios is loving it. Kyrgios shared his excitement that tennis stars will

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AO boss Tiley bursts Djokovic injury secrecy bubble

AO boss Craig Tiley has pulled back the curtain on Novak Djokovic’s injury crisis, revealing that the Serb won his 10th trophy In Melbourne essentially

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No change to AO schedule after 4am finish: Tiley

Australian Open chief Craig Tiley has said the tournament schedule won’t be changed to avoid late finishes after Andy Murray criticised the 4am finish of