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Becker feels there is more to come from Federer, Nadal
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Becker feels there is more to come from Federer, Nadal

German tennis icon Boris Becker feels that there is more to come from players like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, who defied age and injuries to reach the final of Australian Open with the former winning it. “Before the start of the Australian Open, ... Asia Net India, 1 month ago

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Becker not ruling out returning to train Djokovic

German tennis legend Boris Becker has not ruled out the possibility of returning to train World No.2 Serbian Novak Djokovic.Becker and Djokovic split at the end of last year after almost three years together, but the German stressed that they are still in ...
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Becker believes Sharapova deserves second chance

'She (Sharapova) paid her dues, she was suspended for quite a long time. I don't know about the reaction of the other players, it's up to them' IMAGE: Maria Sharapova will return to the circuit in April after serving a 15-month ban for doping. Photograph: Getty Images Boris Becker believes Maria Sharapova has paid her dues and deserves a second chance when she returns to tennis in April at the end of her 15-month doping ban. Sharapova, a five-time grand slam champion, failed a dope test for ...
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5 players who wowed us at the Australian Open

Roshneesh Kmaneck presents 5 exceptional players who surprised us at Melbourne. This Australian Open has been full of surprises. It's for the first time since Roland Garros 2004 that the top two seeds in the men's draw were ousted before the quarterfinals. Novak Djokovic, the World No 2, was stunned and so was the world when Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin, currently ranked 117, outplayed the Serb and won a wonderfully tantalising 5 set match. And three days later, Mischa Zverev did the impossible ...
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