Reigning junior US Open champion Omar Jasika leads a teenage rampage on the first day of qualifying, as top seed Damir Dzumhur is pushed hard. A windy, rain-interrupted opening day on Wednesday at Melbourne Park saw men's qualifying for Australian ... Noodls, 2 weeks ago
Agencies Kooyong Classic Japan's Kei Nishikori and Spanish veteran Fernando Verdasco scored a pair of opening victories amid a little typhoon to begin final Australian Open preparations at the Kooyong Classic on Wednesday. US Open finalist ...Abu Dhabi National, 2 weeks ago
Dzumhur Some high profile names line up in the men's qualifying round of the 2015 Australian Open starting today. 22-year-old Damir Dzumhur has been installed as the top seed to qualify The Bosnian managed his career best result at the 2014 ...This Day Online, 2 weeks ago Familiar faces look to qualify for Open Noodls, 2 weeks ago Familiar faces look to qualify Noodls, 2 weeks ago
Following the high of the weekend's dream ASB Classic tennis final between the tournament's two biggest names, there is a flat feel about this week's Heineken Open. After Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki dazzled fans on and off the court last ...New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago Dana Johannsen: Open loses zip without big names New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago
John Isner walked in to Burger King. "Give me two big Whoppers," he said. "All right," said the lad at the counter, "You're really well liked in Auckland now and your brand of tennis is really exciting." Americans have different ways of saying ...New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago
Defending champion John Isner might have had his last invite to the Heineken Open with the Auckland tournament's boss admitting to feeling frustrated with the American's last-gasp excuse for backing out. But tennis fans will not be refunded tickets ...Stuff.co.nz, 2 weeks ago John Isner's excuse tough to accept for Heineken Open boss Stuff.co.nz, 2 weeks ago
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