Posts Tagged "australian tennis"

From Memphis, Buenos Aires and Rotterdam the ATP World Tour again shifts in multiple directions as tournaments in Rio, Marseille and Delray Beach attract the attention of tennis lovers.

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We all know the next wave is coming and that Lleyton Hewitt is going – but when is the big question in Australian tennis.

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Australia still remains one match away from qualification to the World Group after Poland kept alive the tie with a doubles win last win. Join The Roar from 8.00pm AEST as we live blog the final day of the tie between Australia and Poland.

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After a fantastic start to the tie last night, Australia will be looking to wrap it up with a doubles win tonight against Poland. Join The Roar as we bring you live scores and a blog in this must win clash for Australia to get back into the world group.

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Australia will attempt to return to the Davis Cup World Group for the first time since 2007 with a win over Poland this weekend in Warsaw. Join The Roar as we live blog Australia’s important tie against Poland in the Davis Cup from midnight.

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Australia are fed up with being stuck in the Davis Cup wilderness and captain Pat Rafter says his team could not be better prepared to end a six-year exile from the World Group.

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Australia’s Matthew Ebden won his first ATP Challenger title with a 7-5 4-6 7-5 victory over defending champion Benjamin Becker in Sunday’s Aegon Trophy final in Nottingham.

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Bernard Tomic completed an impressive Davis Cup return as Australia clinched victory over Uzbekistan on Sunday to advance to September’s World Group playoffs.

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What’s going on with Bernard Tomic? According to John McEnroe, he tanked at the US Open. And nearly everyone else believed it.

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Just before the Wimbledon Championships this year, I said on Twitter two statements that many would have found perplexing at the time.

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Lessons learned from Australia’s 5-0 Davis Cup sweep of South Korea in Brisbane look set to help their spearhead Bernard Tomic pass his looming crash course on clay.

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Sam Stosur stepped rather than stormed her way into her first WTA final of the year in Qatar last weekend.

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It was another busy week for Aussies Abroad in both the WTA and ATP with plenty going on both here and abroad.

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Rising tennis star Bernard Tomic is disappointed to have been caught up in another controversy involving his high-powered sports car. The 19-year-old is due in court on February 14 to answer two driving charges laid on Australia Day.

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Now is a golden time for Australia in men’s tennis. Well, not really in the way you would expect. For the first time since 2007, two men reached the fourth round of the Australian Open.

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Welcome to a new weekly segment updating the Aussies Abroad in the WTA and ATP tours. Every week, this article will look at the week that has just gone by and will also look at who is competing at the following week’s events.

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The brain of Bernard Tomic overcame the brawn of America’s Sam Querrey as Australia’s teenage tennis genius booked an Australian Open third round berth for the second straight year.

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Day one of the Australian Open showed us the mental fortitude of one Aussie under enormous pressure, resulting in a famous victory. Day two, unfortunately, has left us questioning the mental fortitude of another great Aussie player.

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She’s in her 15th year on tour, has six career singles titles and had most of the country in her corner during her fairytale quarter-final run at the 2009 Australian Open.

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Fitter than ever, Sam Stosur’s not the only thing in good shape on the Australian tennis circuit this summer.

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