Coco Vandeweghe insisted she expects to win every match she plays, after pulling off an upset by eliminating defending champion Angelique Kerber from the Australian Open on Sunday. Top seed Kerber had no answer to Vandeweghe's power and aggression as the American charged into the quarter-finals with a 6-2 6-3 success on Rod Laver Arena. While the world number 35 acknowledged her first triumph over a player at the top of the rankings was "that much sweeter" for having come at a grand slam, she revealed she had approached the match with confidence.
Bob and Mike Bryan are retiring from Davis Cup play after 14 years representing the United States. ''We've been blessed to play for two amazing captains, Patrick McEnroe and Jim Courier, and we are extremely grateful for their leadership and trust. Courier, the current head of the U.S. Davis Cup team, wrote in an email to The Associated Press: ''I had many discussions with Bob and Mike in December and I understand their desire to trim their schedule after so many years of sacrifice for the team.
Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Can Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal fare better in 2017 than they did in 2016? The men’s bracket at the 2017 Australian Open continues to be very intriguing and rather chaotic. Top seed Andy Murray was ousted