Kei Nishikori celebrates victory over Kevin Anderson Top-ranked Kei Nishikori made it to the final of the Abierto Mexicano Telcel as he got past Kevin Anderson in three sets. Winning the first set 6-2, the Japanese lost the next 6-3 to take the ... AOL UK, 4 weeks ago
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Sunday, 22 February 2015 15:29 Posted by RIO DE JANEIRO: Spaniard David Ferrer reached the final of the ATP Rio Open Saturday with a 7-5, 6-1 win over Austrian Andreas Haider-Maurer to set up a potential meeting with top-seeded compatriot Rafael ...Business Recorder, 1 month ago Ferrer through to Rio ATP final Northern Territory Government, 1 month ago
Rafael Nadal beat Carlos Berlocq 7-6(7) 6-2 to set up a final against Juan Monaco at the Argentina Open on Sunday. Should the Spaniard win, Nadal will tie Guillermo Vilas for the most clay-court titles with 46. Top-seed Nadal was on the brink of ...ESPN.co.uk, 4 weeks ago Tired Nadal loses in Rio Open semis Dunya News, 1 month ago ATP: Rafael Nadal continues Argentina advance; Bad loss for Grigor Dimitrov in Acapulco Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago Fognini stuns Nadal in Rio semi-finals Gulf News, 1 month ago
(Updates throughout) Spain's David Ferrer advanced to the semifinals of the Rio Open with a hard-fought 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 victory here Friday afternoon over Argentina's Juan Monaco. Playing in scorching conditions on center court at the Jockey Club ...Fox News Latino, 1 month ago
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, 2 months ago Nishikori tops Ferrer to reach quarterfinals Japan Times, 2 months ago Nishikori leaves Ferrer lost for answers Noodls, 2 months ago Nishikori has tough opening act The Japan News, 2 months ago
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, 2 months ago Fan's tip helps Serena survive The Australian, 2 months ago Australian Open PHOTOS: Serena advances after early stutter 24Dunia, 2 months ago Serena puts Open rivals on notice Uganda Daily Monitor, 2 months 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 months ago Lu loses in singles, succeeds in doubles Taipei Times Online, 2 months ago As it happened: Kiwis score magical doubles win at Heineken Open ONE News, 2 months ago Latest updates: Heineken Open day two New Zealand Herald, 2 months 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 months ago
David Ferrer, a mainstay of the men's tour for so long, needs just two more ATP singles titles to become the most decorated non-Grand Slam champion in the Open Era. So does that make him the greatest of those? Wimbledon.com wonders... This past ...Noodls, 3 weeks ago
WTA Doha The Qatar Ladies Open starts on Monday night with names like Venus Williams, Sam Stosur and Victoria Azarenka in action. World No 17 Williams, coming off a third-round loss to Lucie Safarova in Dubai last week, meets Australia Casey ...Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago Tennis bits: Venus Williams and Victoria Azarenka reach Doha semis; Kei Nishikori cruising in Mexico Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago
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