Australian Open: Men

  • January 15 - January 28, 2018

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Men's Preview: They may have hobbled their way to Melbourne, but in the end most of the top men’s players, including Rafael NadalNovak Djokovic, and Stan Wawrinka, made it into the Australian Open draw. Looking at its four quarters, you might say we have a three-way battle of generations on our hands: The top and bottom quarters are led by the old guard, Nadal and Roger Federer. The second quarter is headed up by middle brother Grigor Dimitrov, while the top seed in the third quarter is the leader of the NextGen, Alexander Zverev.

Men's Expert Picks: Will Roger Federer defend the title or will somebody else step up and take it from him?


News & Commentary

To offset drop in dollar, Australian Open prize money up 10 percent

Also, all courts in Melbourne Park will have Hawk-Eye and a 25-second serve clock.

Roger Federer: 20 stats for his 20th Grand Slam title

The 36-year-old winning the Australian Open was incredible for a number of reasons. 

Chung and Kerber helped make the 2018 Australian Open memorable

It also helped that Wozniacki won her first Grand Slam and Federer captured his 20th.