David Ferrer, a mainstay of the men's tour for so long, needs just two more ATP singles titles to become the most decorated non-Grand Slam champion in the Open Era. So does that make him the greatest of those? Wimbledon.com wonders... This past ... Noodls, 3 weeks ago
Andy Murray is looking forward to making another bid for a title that has stubbornly remained just out of reach when he returns to take part in the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships next month. The talented Scot, who recently completed an ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago Murray returns for another tilt at elusive Dubai title Emirates247, 1 month ago Murray bids again for elusive Dubai title Arabian Gazette, 1 month ago Andy Murray is setting his sights on elusive Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships title Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago
Andy Murray is set for a perfect comeback against Novak Djokovic just 80 days after Roger Federer thrashed him at the 02 Arena
Andy Murray plays Novak Djokovic on Sunday morning Murray has praised the influence of his coach Amelie Mauresmo Djokovic could become the first man in the Open era to win five Australian Open titles By Mike Dickson In Melbourne 2 View ...Capital Bay, 1 month ago
Nick Kyrgios may have lost his Australian Open quarter-final against Andy Murray, but he's still managed something that the likes of Rafael Nadal and Pete Sampras haven't. That is, appear in two grand slam quarter-finals before turning 20. Kyrgios ...Sydney Morning Herald, 2 months ago The thing Nick Kyrgios did that Rafael Nadal and Pete Sampras couldn't Melbourne Age, 2 months ago Six teenage tennis stars Kyrgios is on par with Melbourne Age, 2 months ago
It is the semi-finals of the Australian Open and on Thursday I play Tomas Berdych for that place in the final. But you can't be thinking ahead, about what is waiting for you if you win - my match with Tomas is all I am concentrating on. I think I ...WA Today, 2 months ago Kyrgios has 'huge potential', says Murray as he prepares for Berdych Canberra Times, 2 months ago
MELBOURNE, Australia — Christina McHale has survived her fair share of endurance-testing matches at the Grand Slams. Few have been as dramatic, though, as her first-round win at the Australian Open on Monday when she vomited on court at 4-all in ...New York Post, 2 months ago
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