Australia's athletes continued their strong run of success, finding the podium at several events over the weekend and pushing for more this week.
Ash Barty has recorded the hottest start to a tennis season by an Australian in 16 years, surging into the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open with an 11th straight victory.
Australia claimed bragging rights across several sports over the weekend, with the men's hockey team taking out the top spot in the FIH Pro League, Ash Barty continuing her winning streak in Madrid, our 3x3 basketballers qualifying for the FIBA 3x3 World Cup and Aussie sailors taking out their respective competitions.
Ashleigh Barty’s quest to secure an all-important top-eight French Open seeding has opened with an impressive straight sets win over Fed Cup teammate Daria Gavrilova at the Madrid Open on the weekend.
Ash Barty, Ajla Tomljanovic, Daria Gavrilova, Sam Stosur and Astra Sharma are rocketing up the WTA rankings, each cracking the top 100 in Australia's biggest representation in over 26 years.
The red-hot Ash Barty and Sam Stosur teamed up to defeat Belarus in the deciding doubles match of the Fed Cup semifinal to send Australia to the final for the first time since 1993.
At the Miami Open on Wednesday, Ash Barty ensured her place in the world’s top 10 by beating Petra Kvitova in the quarterfinals, her first win over the world number two in five attempts.
Nick Kyrgios has crowned a glorious week in Acapulco with the fifth ATP title of his career, claiming victory over world No.3 Alexander Zverev in a straight-sets final, 6-3,.
Ash Barty and debutant Priscilla Hon combined to seal a thrilling victory for Australia over the United States in the Fed Cup World Group.