Felix Auger-Aliassime lost in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open yesterday. He should not be ashamed at all by his effort.
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The Effectiveness of Barty’s Slice in Australia
Barty’s devastating slice backhand has been carving up opponents Down Under.
Iga Świątek’s grit tells us a lot about how far she can go in the game.
How Rafael Nadal Could Knock Out Denis Shapovalov Today
A serious look into how Rafael Nadal can outwit his dangerous opponent, Denis Shapovalov, in today’s quarterfinal—despite his well-known locomotive issues.
Danielle Collins: Feisty, Fierce, and Up For the Fight
Danielle Collins, ever the fierce competitor, advances to the Australian Open quarterfinals.
Reviving a Lost Art
How Maxime Cressy is making serve-and-volley work again.
Keys Flying Under the Radar
Madison Keys has always had the tools for big wins, and she’s starting to string them together at the Australian Open.
Plight of the Underdog
Adrian Mannarino was a doomed hero in the story of this Australian Open.
Jannik Sinner: Lengthening the Battle to Shorten the War
Jannik Sinner is winning more economically by playing longer points. Here’s how.
Auger-Aliassime Advances to the Round of 16
Brenda Parry’s match recap of the Auger-Aliassime/Evans third-rounder.