Day 12 at the Australian Open
Roger Federer is interviewed by Jim Courier after beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France to win the semifinal match at the Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 29, 2010.
Federer celebrates after beating Tsonga. Federer notched four aces in the victory.
Federer throws his wristband to the spectators after beating Tsonga. Federer committed only 13 unforced errors in the match.
Put it in the books
Federer and Tsonga walk off the court after Federer won their semifinal match. Federer didn't commit a single double fault in the victory.
Agony of defeat
Tsonga reacts as he plays Federer in the semifinals of the Australian Open. Tsonga notched six aces but double faulted five times.
Supporters of Tsonga smile as their favorite player competes against Federer in the Australian Open semifinals.
On the move
Federer chases the ball for a return to Tsonga of France during semifinals of the Australian Open. Federer was able to tally 33 winners in the match.
Tsonga looks up during a break as he plays Federer in the Australian Open semifnals.
Standing by her man
Mirka, wife of Roger Federer, center, reacts after her husband beats Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to advance to the finals of the Australian Open.
Federer returns a shot to Tsonga on his way to winning their Australian Open semifinals matchup.
Supporters of Federer watch his play against Tsonga during the Australian Open semifinals matchup.
Serena and Venus Williams celebrate their doubles championship at the Australian Open after beating Cara Black of Zimbabwe and Liezel Huber of the United States, 6-4, 6-3.
Strike a pose
The Williams sisters, left, hold the winner's trophy with runners-up Black, third left, and Huber, after winning their final of the Women's Doubles at the Australian Open.
Serena, left, and Venus Williams react at match point, beating Black and Huber to win the women's doubles championship at the Australian Open.
Venus Williams, right, and her sister Serena, play Black and Huber on their way to winning the women's doubles championship at the Australian Open. It was their fourth Australian Open doubles championship.
Venus Williams, left, and her sister Serena speak between points on their way to winning the women's doubles championship at the Australian Open.