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Total commemorates QTF

Total commemorated Qatar Tennis Federation (QTF) with a masterpiece, which has become the company's signature for Qatar Total Open 2015. Total reached out to Thamer Mubarak Al Dossari, a Qatar University student, who created and presented the ... Qatar Peninsula, 4 weeks ago

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Abu Dhabi National

Karolina Pliskova weathers the storm to reach Dubai Tennis Championships final

Amid swirling sands and a capricious crosswind, Karolina Pliskova won an error-strewn semi-final at the Dubai Tennis Championships to edge Garbine Muguruza 6-4, 5-7, 7-5. The 22-year-old Czech's consistent if unadventurous performance from the ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 month ago Seeds out in Dubai  Farming1 month ago Tickets to see spectacular field available  Gulf News1 month ago Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships: Tickets to see spectacular field available  Gulf News1 month ago

Tennis: Rio hopeful Sharapova ready for rare Fed Cup showdown

1 0 KRAKÓW, Poland (AFP) - Maria Sharapova claims to be up for the challenge as she returns to the Fed Cup for the first time since 2012 on Saturday in her quest for Olympic gold next year. "I'm certainly ready to go out and play this ...
 My.NewsHub.org1 month ago
New Zealand Herald

Venus Williams ready for quarter-finals (Newstalk ZB)

Venus Williams has wound back the clock to reach her first Grand Slam quarter final since 2010. Auckland's ASB Classic champion has stunned sixth seed Agnieska Radwanska in three sets, 6-3, 2-6, 6-1 to move to within one win of a potential ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 month ago Tennis: ASB Classic latest updates  New Zealand Herald2 months ago Latest updates: ASB Classic day three  New Zealand Herald2 months ago Tennis: ASB Classic day two preview  New Zealand Herald2 months ago
Melbourne Age

From the court of Sir Flipper

Our Sir Prince Flipper, that Australian nonpareil, wasn't at Melbourne Park on Monday, nor Her Majesty, His Missus. That was a bit of a surprise, because there can be no more Australian place on Australia Day than the Australian Open (see, three in ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago On knighthood: Why Sir Nick, Sir Tim and Sir Shane are more deserving than Sir Philip  Melbourne Age1 month ago

Australian Open: Ex-stars add finishing touch

DOWN the corridors of Melbourne Park you find them, this army of Yodas in shorts, walking behind players like a band of tennis whisperers. Later they sit unmoving in the players' box, their life expectancy unknown, unable to play a match yet hoping ...
 Asiaone2 months ago
ONE News

Verdasco says pressure on Novak Djokovic ahead of their clash at Aussie Open

Veteran Spaniard Fernando Verdasco says all the pressure is on world No.1 Novak Djokovic in their Australian Open third round battle. The 31-year-old 31st seed and Djokovic will go head to head on Rod Laver Arena tonight for a quarter-final berth. ...
 ONE News2 months ago Verdasco says pressure on No.1 Djokovic  Yahoo!Xtra2 months ago

2015 Australian Open live stream: TV coverage and schedule for Saturday's matches

Day 6 of the 2015 Australian Open is highlighted by several matchups between seeded players as we complete the third round and progress into the weekend. Men's No. 18 Gilles Simon, who beat Ferrer in four sets in the Round of 32 at the 2014 U.S. On ...
 Austin American Statesman2 months ago

Federer Handed Earliest Exit Since 2001 by Seppi as Nadal Wins

(Bloomberg) -- Roger Federer didn't have a good feeling about his third-round tennis match at the Australian Open. Turns out he was right. Andreas Seppi, an Italian whod lost all of their previous 10 matches, caused the biggest shock of the ...
 La Repubblica2 months ago

Soeda battles into 2nd round at Aussie Open

The Japan News Go Soeda joined compatriot Kei Nishikori in the second round of the Australian Open on Tuesday, while the Japanese presence in the women's singles draw quickly ended with losses by Kurumi Nara and veteran Kimiko Date-Krumm. Soeda ...
 The Japan News2 months ago
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