PRAGUE: Tomas Berdych will skip the Czech Republic's Davis Cup first-round tie with Australia on March 6-8 to focus on his individual career, the Czech team's manager said on Wednesday. "Tomas will skip the first round but he will play the ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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Czech tennis player Tomas Berdych is out of the Davis Cup match against Australia. Source: AFP AUSTRALIA has received a massive boost for its opening round Davis Cup match against the Czech Republic after Tomas Berdych pulled out. Tomas will skip ...Brisbane Courier-Mail, 2 weeks ago Berdych to miss Davis Cup tie in Czech Republic Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago Tomas Berdych out of Aussie Davis Cup tie NewsHub South Africa, 2 weeks ago Advantage Australia in Davis Cup The Australian, 1 week ago
1 0 BERNARD Tomic says he will use Davis Cup as a springboard into the world's top 20. The Queenslander will rise 18 places to No 48 after reaching the Australian Open's fourth round. But the baseliner believes he is now well placed to ...My.NewsHub.org, 3 days ago Tomic commits to Davis Cup FoxSports.com.au, 3 days ago
No time to mope, Bernard Tomic set his sights on securing a Wimbledon seeding after crashing out of the Australian Open on Sunday. Classy Czech Tomas Berdych dealt Tomic a grand slam reality check, abruptly ending the 22-year-old's campaign with a ...Sydney Morning Herald, 3 days ago
Photosport GOOD COMBINATION: New Zealand No 1 Michael Venus and playing partner Oliver Marach have reached the second round of the men's doubles in Melbourne after a 6-3 7-6 win over Peter Gojowczyk and Lukas Rosol. New Zealand's ...Dominion Post, 6 days ago Tennis: Venus into next stage of doubles New Zealand Herald, 6 days ago Another Kiwi advances in Australian Open New Zealand Herald, 6 days ago New Zealand's Michael Venus and Austria's Oliver Marach progress at Australian Open Stuff.co.nz, 6 days ago
Two days on from his literally gut wrenching five-set victory over Tim Smyczek , Rafael Nadal will return to the Australian Open courts to attempt to book his place in the last 16. Nadal suffered from stomach upset and cramps before prevailing ...International Business Times, 6 days ago Nadal Qualifies for Australian Open 3rd Round after Strenuous Win Latin American Herald Tribune, 1 week ago Australian Open 2015 Day 3: Nadal & Sharapova survive Noodls, 1 week ago Federer, Murray through in straight sets Melbourne Age, 1 week ago
Michael Venus has yet to take the court in Melbourne, but some early results at the Australian Open have provided another small boost to his burgeoning career. The New Zealand No1, who made history last week by advancing to the second round of the ...New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago Kiwi hopes to build on his form New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago
:13 | Comments Novak Djokovic has won three of the last four Australian Opens By Barry McEneaney The big four's hegemony of the games Grand Slam events came to an end a year ago as Stan Wawrinka ended a decade of dominance for Novak ...RTE Online, 1 week ago UPDATE 14-Tennis-Australian Open men's singles round 2 results Reuters UK, 1 week ago UPDATE 30-Tennis-Australian Open men's singles round 1 results Reuters UK, 1 week ago UPDATE 29-Tennis-Australian Open men's singles round 1 results Reuters UK, 1 week ago
Rafael Nadal celebrates winning his second round match. Photograph: Hannah Peters/Getty Images An ailing Rafa Nadal dug deep into his vast reservoir of grit to stave off American qualifier Tim Smyczek and stagger into the third round of the Australian Open on Wednesday on a day of great escapes. - Aus Open PHOTOS: Federer, Sharapova scrape throughGushing sweat and stooping woozily between points, the sickly Spaniard dragged his cramping body into a fifth set under the lights of Rod Laver ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Sela shines down under to set up Nadal clash Jewish News UK, 1 week ago
Dudi Sela advanced to the second round of the Australian Open for the first time since 2009 on Monday, edging Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany in a fiveset thriller in Melbourne. Sela, ranked No. 106 in the world, got off to a promising start ...Jerusalem Post, 1 week ago Sela through to second round of Australian Open Jewish News UK, 1 week ago
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