Great Britain will be represented in the men's and women's singles semi-finals of a grand slam for the first time since 1977 after Andy Murray and Johanna Konta saw off David Ferrer and Shuai Zhang in the Australian Open last eight.
Andy Murray says veteran Spaniard David Ferrer has inspired him to believe he can play long into his thirties.
Andy Murray inflicted more pain on Australia as the British number one annihilated local favourite Sam Groth to reach the third round in Melbourne.
Andy Murray says would not be surprised if players ranked in the top 50 were fixing matches and has called for better education on the pitfalls of corruption.
Andy Murray gave German teenager Alexander Zverev a nosebleed as the British number one sailed into the Australian Open second round with a straight sets win.
Konta, who reached the fourth round of the US Open last year, enhanced her growing reputation further by thrashing the eighth-seed, dropping just six games in a 79-minute rout on Rod Laver Arena.
World number one Novak Djokovic says he felt "terrible" when he was offered money to fix a match in 2006 and has denounced the practice as a "crime in sport".
Andy Murray put his double success at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards down to the immense pride he feels in representing his country.
Andy Murray says he doesn’t want to “waste my time” talking to the LTA about the future of British tennis, despite starring in their extraordinary Davis Cup victory.
Leon Smith hailed Andy Murray's remarkable Davis Cup year as one of the best moments in British sporting history.