Defending champion Stan Wawrinka and Japanese fifth seed Kei Nishikori are through to the Australian Open quarter-finals. One is amazed to be a grand slam winner, the other is unsure he's even worthy of a top-five world ranking. Either way, Stan ... Racing and Sports, 4 days ago
Nishikori tops Ferrer to reach quarterfinals - Japan Times, 4 days ago
Nishikori leaves Ferrer lost for answers - Noodls, 4 days ago
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This was no ordinary second-round match for Serena Williams at the Australian Open, even though her opponent was ranked outside the top 200. Williams faced Vera Zvonareva, whose slide in the tennis world the previous two years could largely be ...WCVB.com, 1 week ago Fan's tip helps Serena survive The Australian, 4 days ago Australian Open PHOTOS: Serena advances after early stutter 24Dunia, 1 week ago Serena puts Open rivals on notice Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 week ago
20.44 - Gulbis is goneburgers! The highest ranked player in the draw is no more as the seeded exodus continues on Day Three. The Czech qualifier stuns the No. 2 seed with a tremendously composed display in the third set to cause the upset with a ...ONE News, 2 weeks ago Lu loses in singles, succeeds in doubles Taipei Times Online, 2 weeks ago As it happened: Kiwis score magical doubles win at Heineken Open ONE News, 2 weeks ago Latest updates: Heineken Open day two New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago
Not everyone involved in the Heineken Open would have been too disappointed about the spate of pre-tournament withdrawals. The absence of David Ferrer, John Isner and Gael Monfils was a blow to fans and organisers but something of a boost to those ...New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago
The words "New Zealander" and "second round" don't normally go together at Auckland's premier men's tennis event. But that rare combination will be in sight at the Heineken Open after Michael Venus scored an exciting first round win over Colombian ...Yahoo!Xtra, 2 weeks ago Tennis: Auckland's showcase tennis tournament finals always full of surprises New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago Tennis: Auckland's showcase full of surprises New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago Auckland Open loses another big name Yahoo!Xtra, 2 weeks ago
Key points - Novak Djokovic beats Milos Raonic 7-6 6-4 6-2 - Winner faces Stan Wawrinka in semi-finals - Djokovic in last four of a Grand Slam for 25th time Join the discussion Send an SMS to 81111 REPORT 10:56: We're ...BBC, 2 days ago Djokovic, Wawrinka win Aussie openers FOXNews.com, 1 week ago
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MELBOURNE — A Fireworks show that illuminated the cityscape and commemorated Australia Day fittingly capped an explosive performance by Venus Williams and the Stars and Stripes brigade at the Australian Open on Monday. The fireworks display, ...BDlive, 3 days ago
Venus Williams of the U.S. celebrates after winning over Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland in their fourth round match at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.Photo: Lee Jin-man, APVenus Williams of the ...24Dunia, 4 days ago Williams Sisters, Djokovic Win as Keys Beats Kvitova BusinessWeek, 6 days ago
Digital Serve: Day 9 PreviewPam Shriver and Chris McKendry look ahead to Eugenie Bouchard's quarterfinal match against Maria Sharapova and Andy Murray's quarterfinal match against young Australian phenomenon Nick Kyrgios.Tags: Nick Kyrgios, Tennis, ...ESPN.com, 4 days ago
Venus Williams has joined her sister in the quarter finals, making the last eight of a Grand Slam for the first time in five years. Serena Williams has survived a test from Garbine Muguruza to move into the quarter finals of the ...Tasmania Mercury, 4 days ago
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