Jo Wilfred Tsonga hits a forehand. Source: News Limited FRENCHMAN Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is officially out of the Australian Open. The world No 12 will also withdraw from the Kooyong Classic next week, confirming fears a troublesome right forearm injury ... Brisbane Courier-Mail, 1 month ago
Tsonga pulls out of Australian Open (Yahoo7 Sport) - Yahoo! News Australia, 1 month ago
Injured Tsonga pulls out of Australian Open - Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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A forearm strain has ruled Jo-Wilfried Tsonga out of the Australian Open The French tennis ace confirmed his absence on his personal website on Wednesday. "It is with great disappointment that I have to postpone today the start of my season, ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Tennis ace Jo-Wilfred Tsonga fancies being an avid fashionista as well Zee News, 2 months ago Jo-Wilfred Tsonga poses for a top French magazine Mid Day, 2 months ago
John Isner is not consistent at the highest level Tennis world dominated by Non-Americans at the moment Once a potent force in men's tennis, USA seems to have lost out on their supremacy in the sport at the Global stage for some time now. With ...Yahoo! India, 6 days ago
Have a question or comment for Jon? Email him at email@example.com or tweet him @jon_wertheim . Happy 2015 everyone. May we all age as gracefully as pro tennis player. A quick swig of espresso and here's a Mailbag before we gear up for ...SI.com, 1 month ago
Video Image Sam Groth smokes defending champion Lleyton Hewitt 1:27 Play video Aussie Sam Groth thrashed compatriot and defending champion Lleyton Hewitt in straight sets at the Brisbane International. Fox Sports 07 Jan 2015 Sport/Tennis Some of ...Herald Sun, 1 month ago
The Australian Open is still 11 days away yet the top seeds are dropping like flies. Early defeats and injury setbacks have blown the opening grand slam of the season wide open. What's going on at the top? OK, let's start with the ever-growing list ...FoxSports.com.au, 1 month ago
t duration, high visibility sporting events have become a new trend in Indian sports and are reasonably popular amongst the aspirational middle classes City-based leagues in which teams are owned by franchises is the latest fashion in Indian ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 months ago
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