Boris Becker: Novak Djokovic still a motivated ‘street fighter’

Tennis number one Novak Djokovic has been nominated again for the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award he won last year, which doesnt surprise his coach Boris Becker, who says the Serb keeps getting better. Triple Wimbledon champion Becker is Chairman of Laureus Germany, where the awards ceremony will be held in Berlin on April 18 and in a recent interview in London said that Djokovic is an incredibly motivated street fighter who keeps getting better. Mar 4, 2016

Andy Murray: Fatherhood is scary but takes precedence

Andy Murray remains committed to playing a full part in Great Britains Davis Cup defence starting on 4 March, despite becoming a dad and the prospect of a packed playing schedule hampering his chances of leading the side to a repeat triumph. Murray was instrumental in ending Britains 79-year wait for the title that came with victory over Belgium in Ghent last November and he will be back on court for a first round tie against Japan in Birmingham. Mar 3, 2016

Angelique Kerber: Australian Open ‘best two weeks of life’

Australian Open winner Angelique Kerber said that she had experienced the best two weeks of my life”, after upsetting world No 1 Serena Williams in the tournaments final on 30 January. Germanys Kerber, ranked No 6 in the world before the tournament and seventh seeded in Melbourne, posed with the tournament trophy at Melbournes Government House. She popped a bottle of champagne, before shaking it up and spraying it toward the cameras. Feb 1, 2016

Novak Djokovic’s next goal is to be the best tennis player of all time

A beaming Novak Djokovic showed off his Australian Open trophy in Melbourne on 1 February, saying the desire to become the greatest tennis player ever will be motivation in the years to come. The 28-year-old world number one vanquished Andy Murray for the fourth time in an Australian Open to win a record-equalling sixth title and serve notice to his rivals that hes just getting started. The Serbians fifth crown in six years on his favourite court not only allowed him to match Roy Emersons record Australian Open tally but also brought him level with Rod Laver and Bjorn Borg on 11 grand slam titles. Feb 1, 2016