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Kyrgios can win back the public, says Hewitt
Melbourne Age

Kyrgios can win back the public: Hewitt

Lleyton Hewitt and Craig Tiley aretipping Nick Kyrgios to win back the fans after seeing a vastly different side to Australian sport's most polarising personality. In the space of two years, Kyrgios has gone from centre-court favourite to, in ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
Kyrgios can win back the public, says Hewitt Melbourne Age, 1 week ago

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Serena will come hell bent to win another Australian Open: Craig Tiley

Australian Open 2017 was officially launched at the entry to Tanderrum Bridge, which will provide a seamless link from Birrarung Marr to Melbourne Park. It's the next step in an amazingly clever piece of construction work that effectively turns ...
 Tennis World USA2 months ago Australian Open closes the gap to move closer to the city  Travel and Tour World1 month ago Australian Open closes gap, moves closer to city  Tennis Australia2 months ago
Tennis World USA

Craig Tiley: Nick Kyrgios has turned a new leaf

Nick Kyrgios has had his fair bit of up and downs in the short span of his career. And even this year, the Australian No 1 has been in the lime light for both the wrong and the right reasons. From being in a row with the Australian Olympic ...
 Tennis World USA1 month ago Australia hope Kyrgios has turned corner after Japan win  Metro.us2 months ago Kyrgios has turned the corner after Japan win  Times of Malta2 months ago Kyrgios turned corner after Japan win  Global Times2 months ago
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Raonic returns to defend Brisbane title

Tennis: During the launch of the Australian Open, Melbourne's weather has wreaked havoc, forcing tournament director Craig Tiley to brave the
 Northern Territory News2 months ago Rain wreaks havoc at launch  Perth Now2 months ago
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MSN News US

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal confirmed for 2017 Australian Open

Federer and Nadal will be in action in the first Grand Slam of the year 2016 had not been a season to remember for tennis's evergreen legends Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal . Both fell victims to injuries and were forced to call off their seasons ...
 Sportskeeda.com10 hours ago Federer, Nadal confirm Australian Open participation  MSN News US1 day ago Federer, Nadal and Williams will play in 2017 Australian Open  International Business Times UK1 day ago
Manorama Online

Australian Open to feature 198 of world's top 200 players

Melbourne: All but two of the world's top 200 men and women's tennis players will compete at the 2017 Australian Open, tournament directors announced on Thursday. The all-star field of players, which is missing one of the top 100 players from ...
 Manorama Online2 days ago (Sports) 2017 Australian Open to boast 198 of world's 200 best tennis players  China.org.cn2 days ago Andy Murray, Angelique Kerber to headline 2017 Australian Open  The Sports Campus3 days ago 2017 Australian Open to boast 198 of world's top 200 players  CHINAdaily.com.cn1 day ago
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Abu Dhabi National

Aussie Open: All top stars confirmed for opening Grand Slam of 2017

The all-star field for the opening Grand Slam of 2017 at Melbourne Park will see Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber start as top seeds in a sign of the changing of the guard in world tennis. It will also be notable for six-time tournament champion ...
 Business World2 days ago All biggies confirm participation in Austalian Open 2017  Millennium Post2 days ago Andy Murray and Johanna Konta head the list of six British stars at the Australian Open  Sky Sports2 days ago Australian Open promises to be star-studded, with Federer, Serena, Murray and most top names confirmed  Abu Dhabi National2 days ago
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Australasian Leisure Management

Tennis Australia and Wilson announce new partnership

Tennis Australia and world leading sports manufacturer Wilson, today announced a significant extension and expansion of their long-term partnership to 2018. The new deal is the first to encompass both Tennis Australia and all Member Associations ...
 The Sports Campus5 days ago
Tennis World USA

Temperatures to be cooler at the 2017 Australian Open

As every December, it's time to see what the weather forecast will be for time-frame when the Australian Open will be played. The meteorologist Bob Leighton gave positive information to spectators, who are planning to attend the matches. 'We are ...
 Tennis World USA1 week ago Tennis Australia unwraps new brand identity for Australian Open  CMO2 months ago Game on: Australian Open rebrand  Marketing Magazine Australia2 months ago Landor Helps Australian Open Change The Game  B&T Online2 months ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Australian Open prizemoney could hit $50 million

Australian Open prizemoney is pushing towards the $50 million barrier, with another substantial increase imminent and only the finer details of the record sum's distribution still being negotiated by Tennis Australia and player governing bodies the ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Is $50 million the Australian Open's next magic number for 2017?  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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