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Melbourne:Novak Djokovic praised American Tim Smyczek`s act of sportsmanship in his second round marathon against Rafa Nadal as "greater than sport itself" at the Australian Open on Thursday.Qualifier Smyczek lost the five-setter against a sickly ...24Dunia, 1 week ago Nadal pulls off a great escape Deccan Herald, 1 week ago Australian Open: Great day of escapes at Melbourne Park Times of Oman, 1 week ago
Day of great escapes as ailing Nadal, Federer and Sharapova withstand scares to advance to the third round. Rafael Nadal dropped to his knees, clasping his hands tightly and appearing to be on the verge of tears as he celebrated a win at the ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 week ago
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Rafael Nadal dropped to his knees, clasping his hands tightly and appearing to be on the verge of tears as he celebrated a win at the Australian Open. Nadal has played some epic matches on Rod Laver Arena, including an almost six-hour final. This ...AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 week ago
tennis ace Maria Sharapova Wednesday said she was dwelling too much on her mistakes instead of playing positively which led to her being stretched against Russian Alexandra Panova in the second round of the Australian Open.... ...24Dunia, 1 week ago
Kevin Anderson wasted no time in his second-round clash on Wednesday,coasting to a straight sets victory at the Australian Open inMelbourne. Anderson, the only SA player remaining in the men's or women's mainsingles draw, defeated Lithuania's ...Citizen.co.za, 1 week ago
Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia Total Prize Money: $2,600,000 WEDNESDAY'S FIRST ROUND MATCHES B.Bryan/M.Bryan (1) vs. J.Millman/B.Mitchell M.Granollers/M.Lopez (3) leads A.Krajicek/D.Young, 4-2 I.Dodig/M.Melo (4) vs. A.Begemann/R.Haase ...Sports Network, 1 week ago
Serena & Djoko storm into Rd 2 in pursuit of 6th and 5th Aus titles respectively. World number ones Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams showed no mercy in powering through to the Australian Open second round yesterday as unseeded dark horse Victoria ...Pune Mirror, 1 week ago Aussie Open: Djokovic, Federer vie for five crowns The Freepress Journal, 1 week ago Federer, Djokovic to vie for oz Open Bangalore Mirror, 1 week ago Djokovic, Federer eye their fifth The Statesman, 1 week ago
Melbourne: Rohan Bopanna and his Canadian partner Daniel Nestor were on Sunday seeded seventh in the men's doubles event of the Australian Open, where they will begin their campaign against Marcos Baghdatis and Marinko Matosevic. In ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 week ago Australian Open: Rohan Bopanna-Daniel Nestor Seeded 7th, Leander Paes-Raven Klaasen 10th NDTV, 1 week ago Bopanna-Nestor seeded 7th, Paes-Klaasen 10th at OZ Open Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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