The Courier-Mail



MEN: Sam Groth v Alexandr Dol­go­polov (UKR) John Mill­man v Sergiy Stakhovsky (UKR) James Duck­worth v Hyeon Chung (KOR)

(Pre­fix de­notes seed­ing)

STARTS TO­MOR­ROW FROM 1AM head­line sto­ries of Ser­ena Wil­liams gun­ning for a cal­en­dar Grand Slam and Roger Fed­erer’s tilt to end a three­year Grand Slam ti­tle drought.

Queens­lan­der Sam Sto­sur told The Courier-Mail that WOMEN: Daria Gavrilova v 3-Maria Shara­pova (RUS), Casey Del­lac­qua v Anett Kon­taveit (EST)

LIVE ON FOX SPORTS Aus­tralian play­ers were con­stantly be­ing quizzed on Kyr­gios’ be­hav­iour.

“You wouldn’t believe how many peo­ple ask us about it. Other play­ers, coaches ... it’s in­ter­est­ing,’’ Sto­sur said. ‘‘It’s def­i­nitely a hot topic.” Kyr­gios has been seek­ing coun­sel from Lley­ton He­witt both on and off court.

He­witt is also act­ing as a men­tor for Kyr­gios’ friend Bernard Tomic.

Kyr­gios’ dou­bles part­ner and the man un­wit­tingly dragged into the on-court sledge, Thanasi Kokki­nakis, said while peo­ple in the locker room were “dis­ap­pointed” with Kyr­gios’ be­hav­iour, he had not let it af­fect his prepa­ra­tion for the Open.

“Look ob­vi­ously it’s weird what he did … I’m fine, he apol­o­gised to me. I’ve played some good ten­nis,” he said.

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