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Heat on Azarenka to protect Open seeding
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Azarenka under pressure to retain Grand Slam seeding

Dual Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka is in danger of going unseeded at next year's first Grand Slam tournament if she takes an early loss in her comeback at the Brisbane International. Azarenka has not played since early September and managed just ... Business Standard, 7 hours ago
Azarenka faces tough task on return The Gulf Today, 3 hours ago
Heat on Azarenka to protect Open seeding Brisbane Courier-Mail, 15 hours ago

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Stars line up for women's Open

Defending champion Karrie Webb will face a strong field at the Australian Open in February. Picture: Michael Klein Source: News Limited FIVE-time champion Karrie Webb will face arguably the strongest field of the summer when she defends her ...
 The Australian3 days ago Hot field entering Aust Women's Open  Yahoo!Xtra3 days ago Top ranked 100 men, 99 women set to star in Oz Open  Business Standard1 week ago Wawrinka heads Chennai Open field  Prokerala4 weeks ago
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Economic zones ready to open its doors

●BEIJING: Australian cinema chain sold to Chinese investor ●BANGKOK: THAI tackles financial woes ●SEOUL: Daum Kakao to launch investment firm for start-ups ●DHAKA: Bangladesh Bank's approval needed to sack CEOs ●KATHMANDU: ...
 ACQ Magazine1 day ago Australian cinema chain Hoyts sold to Chinese investor Sun Xishuang  Yahoo! Finance2 days ago UPDATE 1-Australian cinema chain Hoyts sold to Chinese investor Sun Xishuang  ACQ Magazine2 days ago
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Multi-Screen Media's premier digital Sports Entertainment destination-LIV Sports bags exclusive rights for Australian Open 2015

View other Media Briefs Media Brief Mumbai, December 22, 2014 Multi Screen Media (MSM) today announced that LIV Sports, its premier Digital Sports Entertainment destination holds the Mobile and Internet Broadcast rights of ...
 Agencyfaqs!3 days ago LIV Sports bags exclusive rights for Australian Open 2015  Indian Television3 days ago
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Confident Nadal eyes Australian Open title post successful appendix surgery

47 pm Wellington, December 19 ( ANI ): World number three Rafael Nadal has revealed that his Australian Open preparations are on course following his recovery from appendix surgery . The 14-times grand slam champion said that his ...
 Ani News6 days ago Nadal eyes Australian Open title post successful appendix surgery  Albawaba6 days ago
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IPTL: New crop threatens 'Big Four' hegemony, says Novak Djokovic

When Cilic beat Nishikori in US Open final, it was the 1st time since the 2005 Australian Open that a men's grand slam final did not feature either Djokovic, Nadal or Federer. (Getty Images) Djokovic expects the upcoming season to be even more competitive ...
 IBN Live1 week ago New crop threatens 'Big Four' hegemony, says Djokovic  Jagran Post2 weeks ago
IBN Live

Spieth upstages McIlroy, Scott to win 2014 Oz Open post firing final-round 63

roy and Adam Scott to win the 2014 Australian Open. Spieth fired a final-round 63 to win his first tournament of the year, outshining the world number one and number three to claim a six-shot victory at The Australian Open. It was a course record eight-birdie ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Jordan Spieth among 3rd-round leaders at Australian Open  IBN Live3 weeks ago Spieth wins Australian Open in 1st trip Down Under  Himalayan times3 weeks ago Golf-American Spieth buries weekend woes at Australian Open  Reuters3 weeks ago

Greg Chalmers fires seven birdies to lead in Oz Open heading into round three

o-time Australian Open winner Greg Chalmers fired seven birdies to take the lead in the tournament with world number one Rory McIlroy and Australian golfer Adam Scott poised to swoop after Friday's second round in Sydney. The Australian left-hander, who won ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Australian Open: Spieth shares lead after McIlroy blows up  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Jordan Spieth takes 'one-shot lead' at Australian Open  Business Standard3 weeks ago Chalmers leads as McIlroy lurks  Himalayan times3 weeks ago

Heat policy changed at the Australian Open

Australian Open organisers have tweaked their Extreme Heat Policy for next years tournament after being accused of forcing players to perform in inhumane conditions during a heatwave in January. Despite water bottles melting, ball boys collapsing and players ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Melting bottles and collapsing ballboys force Australian Open to tweak its extreme heat policy  First Post.com3 weeks ago Australian Open tweaks heat policy for 2015  IBN Live3 weeks ago

'Big 4' of tennis still ahead of chasing pack: Sergi Bruguera (IANS Interview)

Two-time French Open champion Sergi Bruguera isn't convinced that Stanislas Wawrinka's Australian Open victory in January and Marin Cilic's US Open triumph in September resulted in a tectonic shift in the sport. He said today's tennis was still ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 'Haven't met a more loyal mate'  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago 'Big 4' of tennis still ahead of chasing pack: Sergi Bruguera  Zee News1 month ago Adam Scott has ''score to settle'' with McIlroy at Australian Open  Zee News1 month ago
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