Civil penalty proceedings are opened by ASIC against former Tennis Australia directors Harold Mitchell and Stephen Healy in relation to the 2013 decision to award Channel Seven the uncontested rights for the Australian Open.
What we will remember most about the Australian Open men's final match is not Roger Federer's routine brilliance, but his rare brush with human frailty, writes Richard Hinds.
It proved to be a case of third time lucky for Caroline Wozniacki after she claims her first major title by winning the Australian Open with victory over Simona Halep in a gripping championship decider on Rod Laver Arena.
Some were left frustrated and confused when Hyeon Chung retired from his Australian Open semi-final with Roger Federer, citing blisters on his foot. His gruesome Instagram post ended that confusion.
Roger Federer has the chance to win his 20th major singles title and sixth Australian Open after he advances to the men's final when his opponent Hyeon Chung is forced to retire hurt.
Marin Cilic has the chance to add a second major to his collection after he advances to the men's Australian Open final with a clinical defeat of Kyle Edmund.
Caroline Wozniacki is through to the women's Australian Open final after beating Elise Mertens in straight sets, as the world number two chases her first major.
Simona Halep survives match points to beat Angelique Kerber in a gripping Australian Open semi-final to book a meeting with Caroline Wozniacki in the tournament decider.
Several doctors speak out about the pressure they face keeping players on court in extreme heat at Melbourne Park.
When 21-year-old Hyeon Chung from South Korea defeated former world number one Novak Djokovic last night, millions of people were watching around Asia.