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As temperatures rise in Melbourne, players find it 'risky'
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As temperatures rise in Melbourne, players find it 'risky'

Monfils told chair umpire he was 'about to collapse' at one point  'It’s a bit risky. I‘m telling you, I was dying on the court for 40 minutes' IMAGE:  Gael Monfils cools down between games in his second round match against Novak Djokovic on Thursday. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images Gael Monfils said playing Novak Djokovic in temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius on Thursday was a ‘risk’ to health and that the 25-second rule between points should have ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
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Will Rod Laver slot freeze Kyrgios?

Wilander fears Rod Laver slot may inhibit Kyrgios against Tsonga IMAGE: Nick Kyrgios has thrived in the chaotic atmosphere of the smaller Hisense Arena. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Nick Kyrgios must not let playing on Rod Laver Arena douse his natural fire when he plays Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the standout match of the Australian Open third round on Friday, according to former champion Mats Wilander.   The 22-year-old Australian has thrived in the chaotic atmosphere of the ...
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Pressure will determine whether Djokovic is back: Wilander

'When it’s easy it’s going to be no problem. When it gets tough that’s when you know what’s going to hold up and what’s not'   IMAGE: Novak Djokovic celebrates after victory over Donald Young on Tuesday. Photograph: Issei Kato/Reuters Novak Djokovic exceeded expectations on his return to grand slam action at the Australian Open on Tuesday but the Serb should brace for doubts to re-surface during tougher matches, according to former world number one Mats ...
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Why lukewarm reception would not faze Sharapova

'You can put her on any court and all she wants to do is win' "I really think she doesn't care what the crowd will do or say. I don't think she's ever cared about what people think' IMAGE: Maria Sharapova has a drink break during a practice session ahead of the 2018 Australian Open. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images. Former champion Maria Sharapova will not care less what reception she receives when she plays her first Australian Open match since completing a doping ban on Tuesday, ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Lukewarm reception would not faze Sharapova: Wilander  Deccan Herald5 days ago

Kyrgios can become global superstar: Becker

Australian maverick Nick Kyrgios is ready to win over his doubters and can become an international sporting superstar according to former world number one Boris Becker. No home player has won the Australian mens title since Mark Edmondson in 1976 but hopes ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
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Kyrgios finally beginning to look like the real deal

IMAGE: 'There has never been a question mark over his talent but there was a question mark about his discipline.' Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Australian maverick Nick Kyrgios is ready to win over his doubters and can become an 'international sporting superstar' according to former world number one Boris Becker. No home player has won the Australian men's title since Mark Edmondson in 1976 but hopes are soaring that Kyrgios could end that long wait after his spectacular start to the ...
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Murray undergoes hip surgery, hopes for Wimbledon return

IMAGE: Andy Murray is all smiles as he recuperates in hospital post his right hip surgery on Monday. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Andy Murray/Facebook Former World No 1 and three-time grand slam champion, Andy Murray was successfully operated upon for a hip injury on Monday. The Briton took to his Facebook page update his fans on the state of his health and said he hopes to return in the summer.   “Today I underwent successful right hip surgery at the St Vincent Hospital in ...
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Walking wounded make opening Slam hard to predict

All eyes will be on the medical bulletins as much as the on-court duels at the Australian Open. Rarely have so many top players begun the season either carrying injuries or taking the early steps back from lengthy absences. IMAGE: Switzerland’s Roger Federer with the Australian Open trophy after defeating Rafael Nadal of Spain in the 2017 men’s singles final. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images For good reason a two-week Grand Slam can be described as a 'last man standing' ...
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Tennis round-up: Kyrgios gets Brisbane title boost ahead of Australian Open

IMAGE: Australia's Nick Kyrgios holds up the trophy after winning defeating USA's Ryan Harrison to win the Brisbane International final at the Pat Rafter Arena in Brisbane on Sunday. Photograph: Patrick Hamilton/Reuters Nick Kyrgios clinched his maiden tour title on home soil in a big confidence boost ahead of the Australian Open, beating Ryan Harrison 6-4, 6-2 in the Brisbane International final.   Carrying a niggling knee injury, Kyrgios made a rusty start and was forced to save five ...
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WATCH: Former Wimbledon champ Marion Bartoli announces return after four-year hiatus

Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli announced on Tuesday that she would return to professional tennis in 2018 after more than four years in retirement. The Frenchwoman shocked the tennis world when she quit the sport in 2013, a little over a month after ...
 DNA1 month ago
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