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Cilic makes winning start in Rotterdam
Business Recorder

Croatians Cilic, Dodig win in Rotterdam

Croatians Marin Cilic and Ivan Dodig both made winning starts to the Rotterdam World Tennis Tournament on Monday. Second seed Cilic, a 2014 finalist at the Ahoy Stadium, left Denis Istomin without a win at the event for a third straight year, ... Taipei Times Online, 3 days ago
Cilic battles through in Rotterdam Business Insider, 2 days ago
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Sania loses in 'mixed'; hopes of grand double dashed

IMAGE: India's Sania Mirza, left, and Croatia's Ivan Dodig during their mixed doubles match against Elena Vesnina of Russia and Bruno Soares of Brazil. Photograph: Getty Images Sania Mirza’s hopes of a grand double at the Australian Open were dashed after she and Croatian partner Ivan Dodig were beaten in the semi-finals of the mixed doubles on Friday night. The Indian ace, who had earlier in the day won the women’s doubles partnering Switzerland’s Martina Hingis, and ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Sania's incredible run, the fans' dilemma and standing ovations  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Mirza-Dodig enter final at expense of Paes-Hingis  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Sania prevails: Mirza-Dodig outclass Paes-Hingis to reach Aus Open mixed doubles final  First Post.com2 weeks ago
WA Today

Dodig powers into Canberra Challenger semis

Croatia's Ivan Dodig upset No.2 seed Santiago Giraldo 7-6, 6-3 in the quarter-finals of the Canberra ATP Challenger at the Canberra Tennis Centre on Thursday. Photo: Jay Cronan Croatian No.5 seed Ivan Dodig continued his impressive start to the ...
 WA Today4 weeks ago Canberra ATP Challenger: Ivan Dodig powers into semi-final with impressive victory  Melbourne Age4 weeks ago Canberra ATP Challenger: Nick Kyrgios earns respect from Croatian veteran Ivan Dodig  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Kyrgios will be 'very dangerous' at Australian Open, says Dodig  WA Today1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Dodig blitzes past Munoz de la Nava to reach final

Ivan Dodig is looking to continue his red-hot form against Paolo Lorenzi in the Canberra Challenger final. The Croatian fifth seed pushed aside Daniel Munoz de la Nave 6-1 6-3, taking a little over an hour to propel himself into the final against ...
 Melbourne Age4 weeks ago Dodig to face Lorenzi in Canberra final  Canberra Times4 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Top seed cruises to Canberra triumph

Paolo Lorenzi​ has made the best possible start to his Australian Open preparation, blowing the in-form Ivan Dodig​ off the court in the $75,000 Canberra ATP Challenger final. The Italian No.1 seed dominated the fifth-seeded Croatian to take ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Canberra ATP Challenger: Paolo Lorenzi takes winning form into Australian Open  Melbourne Age3 weeks ago
United News of India

Sania-Dodig in semis of Aus Open

Melbourne, Jan 28 (UNI) Top seeds Sania Mirza and Ivan Dodig edged past Leander Paes and Martina Hingis to enter the semi-finals of the mixed doubles in the Australian Open here today. The Indo-Croatian pair started off on a bad note as they were ...
 United News of India2 weeks ago

Cilic battles through in Rotterdam

Published 02/10/2016 by Rotterdam (Netherlands) (AFP) Victory in the two-hour meeting sent the second-seeded Croatian into a last-eight battle with Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber, a winner over Ivan Dodig of Croatia 6-4, 6-2. Cilic, the ...
 Look Local2 days ago
Times of India

Sania-Dodig lose in mixed doubles semis

MELBOURNE: In a perfect climax to their stupendous run, Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis were crowned the Australian Open women's doubles champions after taming the spirited Czech duo of Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka in straight sets on Friday.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Unstoppable SanTina Force Clinch 3rd Consecutive Grand Slam  Odisha Samaya1 week ago THREE TO TANGO  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago No stopping Sania-Hingis  Deccan Herald1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Australian Open: Paes-Hingis to face Mirza-Dodig in quarters

Leander Paes and Sania Mirza made it a Republic Day for Indian tennis fans to remember, winning their respective second-round mixed doubles matches at the Australian Open on Tuesday. Top seeds Sania Mirza and Ivan Dodig shook off the challenge of ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Leander Paes, Sania Mirza advance in Australian Open on Republic Day  Mid Day2 weeks ago Paes, Sania advance on Republic Day  Gulf News2 weeks ago Paes and Mirza advance in Aus Open  Newshence.com2 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Mixed doubles: Sania-Dodig end Aisam's Australian Open campaign

Pakistan tennis ace Aisam-ul-Haq-Qureshi's Australian Open campaign came to an end on Tuesday after a second round loss to the Indo-Croatian pair of Sania Mirza and Ivan Dodig in the mixed doubles event. Aisam, paired with Kazakhstan's Yaroslava ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago Sania-Dodig end Aisam's Australian Open campaign  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Sania Mirza pair defeats Aisam's in mixed doubles  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Sania ends Aisam's Australian Open campaign  Daily Times2 weeks ago
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