[The Independent] - The hairband raised eyebrows as the game took place in an arena named after the Australian tennis sensation Margaret Court, who caused controversy the previous week by expressing her opposition to gay marriages. Robson denied that she was making a
[The Guardian] - Play starts at midnight GMT (11am local) on all courts except the Margaret Court Arena, where play starts at 1.30am GMT. M Kirilenko (Rus, 27) v P Kvitova (Cze, 2), A Kerber (Ger, 30) v M Sharapova (Rus, 4), N Djokovic (Ser, 1) v N Mahut (Fra)
[The Sun] - His 30-second display of fury following his second round loss on Margaret Court Arena earned him an £850 fine but the footage has become a hit on YouTube. Baghdatis outburst of incandescent rage actually helped him temporarily turn around his
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Margaret Court Arena: Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini, Italy, v Leander Paes, India, and Radek Stepanek, Czech Republic, Galina Voskoboeva, Kazakhstan, v Agnieszka Radwanska (8), Poland, Tomas Berdych (7), Czech Republic, v Kevin Anderson (30)
[Sport.co.uk] - State minister for major projects Denis Napthine and minister for sport Hugh Delahunty unveiled changes, which include a redeveloped Margaret Court Arena with an open-and-shut roof and increased capacity by to "This fantastic new design is
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - World number 49 Benneteau's first match at Melbourne Park, against Slovakia's world number Karol Beck, is not scheduled until Tuesday but Nieminen has been drawn to play on Margaret Court Arena in the night session on Monday.
[The Sport Review] - But gradually, eyes and ears turned to the Margaret Court arena where a match worthy of everyone's attention was unfolding. There can be few occasions when the injury-blighted, often less-than-prime condition of David Nalbandian could endure a
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - World number one Caroline Wozniacki will break her grand slam drought this year and win a major title, former Australian great Margaret Court predicted on Wednesday. Court, 69, who won a record 24 majors, said the Dane had beaten all the grand slam
[Left Foot Forward] - British tennis player Laura Robson, who stood up for equal rights at the Australian Open this week, wearing a rainbow-coloured hairband during her first round match on the Margaret Court arena, named after the former Aussie tennis great and anti-gay
[The Sport Review] - The most successful Australian woman, Margaret Court, won her eighth singles title and went on to take the women's doubles and mixed doubles, too. Laver, meanwhile, also won the men's doubles with Roy Emerson—yet another Australian.
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - A non-plussed Nalbandian remonstrated with Nouni for some minutes as boos and jeering rang out in the stands at Margaret Court Arena, before he grudgingly returned to the baseline with the score at deuce. Isner held serve to lead 9-8 and subsequently
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - The Belarusian will face a second round clash against Australian wildcard Casey Dellacqua, who beat Serbia's Bojana Jovanovski on Margaret Court Arena just minutes after Azarenka sealed her win. Dellacqua, who made a surprising run to the
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - The sports-mad country that has produced the likes of Rod Laver, Lew Hoad and Margaret Court has proved an unhappy hunting ground for a parade of local grand slam champions in recent years. Hewitt, twice US Open champion Pat Rafter and Wimbledon winner
Andrew Mitchell MP has met with Patricia Court, the Chairperson of the Sutton Coldfield Group of the National Osteoporosis Society, at his offices in Sutton to discuss their ongoing campaign for the instalment of a dedicated Fraction Liaison Nurse at Good Hope Hospital.