OK. Yes, it was premature. Absurdly optimistic, if you like. When Sam Stosur led 2-0 against Heather Watson on Margaret Court Arena on Tuesday, it seemed like a good idea to calculate how many days since her last win. For the record: 139, and now, ... Melbourne Age, 1 day ago
18th seed Sam Stosur beaten in the first round by Heather Watson - Stuff.co.nz, 1 day ago
Stosur's losing streak goes on in Open fadeout - NewsMail, 1 day ago
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Heartbreak for Naomi Broady in night match against Daria Gavrilova Kyle Edmund has made it into round two in Melbourne for the first time Kyle Edmund and Heather Watson both won to make it five British players in the second round of the ...Sky Sports, 1 day ago Edmund, Watson through in Oz Sky Sports, 1 day ago Australian Open 2017: Konta, Watson and Edmund win VON.gov.ng, 13 hours ago Konta, Watson and Edmund all through BBC, 1 day ago
Murray will be the top seed at a Grand Slam for the first time Andy Murray and Johanna Konta will lead a contingent of six British players with direct entry into the singles main draw at the Australian Open next month. Kyle Edmund, Dan Evans, ...BBC, 1 month ago Six Britons in Australian Open line-up BBC, 1 month ago Murray, Konta among six Britons in Australian Open Daily Trust Nigera, 1 month ago
Britain's Dan Evans knocked out seventh seed Marin Cilic at the Australian Open as compatriot Andy Murray progressed to the third round on Wednesday. World number one Murray was a convincing 6-3 6-0 6-2 winner against 19-year-old Russian Andrey ...Daily Trust Nigera, 2 hours ago Evans stuns Cilic at Australian Open BBC, 6 hours ago Evans stuns Cilic, while Murray through BBC, 8 hours ago
Johanna Konta last year became the first British woman to reach an Australian Open semi-final since Sue Barker in 1977. Johanna Konta, Heather Watson and Kyle Edmund all won to make it five British players in the Australian Open second round for ...Antigua Observer, 11 hours ago AUSTRALIAN OPEN WOMEN'S SINGLES: Wozniacki and Radwanska reach the second round Tennis World USA, 1 day ago Edmund wins Open second round BBC, 1 day ago
Naomi Broady knocked out of Australian Open during first round clash with local favourite Daria Gavrilova
Naomi Broady pushed local favourite Daria Gavrilova all the way but fell just short of inflicting another British upset in the Australian Open first round. Heather Watson had earlier knocked out Australian No.1 Samantha Stosur in three nervy sets ...Irish Mirror, 1 day ago Naomi Broady edged out of Australian Open by Daria Gavrilova Tennis.co.uk, 1 day ago
Serena Williams opened with a win in straight sets, Karolina Pliskova breezed through her first match, and Johanna Konta also advanced with a win in women's play at the Australian Open. Williams, the 2015 champion and runner-up last year, downed ...UPI, 1 day ago
The 22-year-old beat his Colombian opponent with ease, securing a 6-3 7-5 6-3 win. Serena William's best bikini moments Thursday, 10th November 2016 Serena Williams is considered as one of the best female tennis players in the game, and she is ...Brief Report.co.uk, 1 day ago
Andy Murray said it feels no different to enter the Australian Open as the world number one. A few players do now address him as 'Sir' — but that, he said, is with tongue firmly in cheek. The challenge, though, remains as tough as ever. Murray ...Iran Daily, 3 days ago Murray & Konta lead GB Aussie Open hopes BBC, 3 days ago Murray gets Marchenko in Australia Sky Sports, 5 days ago
By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE (Reuters) - With firebrand Nick Kyrgios Australia's top hope at the year's first grand slam, local fans may be set for a thrilling, if occasionally bumpy roller-coaster ride at Melbourne Park. Kyrgios, a 21-year-old ...Metro.us, 4 days ago Tennis: Australia braced for Kyrgios roller-c... Dotemirates.com, 4 days ago Tennis-Australia braced for Kyrgios roller-coaster ride Economic Times, 4 days ago
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