New Zealand's Michael Venus and his Austrian partner Oliver Marach are through to the last 16 of the doubles at the Australian Open after knocking out fifth seeds Alexander Peya of Austria and Brazilian Bruno Soares 6-4 7-6. In a 95-minute match ... Stuff.co.nz, 3 days ago
Kiwi Venus through to second round in men's doubles - Dominion Post, 4 days ago
New Zealand's Michael Venus and Austria's Oliver Marach progress at Australian Open - Stuff.co.nz, 5 days ago
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Fourth seeds Leander Paes & Raven Klaasen beat Yen-Hsun Lu and Oliver Marach 4-6 6-3 [10-6] in an hour and 13 minutes to reach the semi-finals of Heineken Open in Auckland, New Zealand. Lu and Marach were irresistible in the first set as they ...Drinks Break, 1 week ago
, 7:18 am Only one New Zealander remains alive in the Australian Open after Artem Sitak was eliminated in the third round of the men's doubles in Melbourne. Sitak and German partner Benjamin Becker lost 6-2 6-4 to French second seeds Julien ...Yahoo!Xtra, 2 days ago Kiwi Artem Sitak knocked out in third round of men's doubles at Australian Open Stuff.co.nz, 2 days ago Tennis: Sitak out of Australian Open New Zealand Herald, 2 days ago Sitak reaches third round of doubles New Zealand Herald, 4 days ago
Top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are both in fourth round action at the Australian Open on Monday. Djokovic, a four-time winner in Melbourne, faces Luxembourg's Gilles Muller, who reached the fourth round of a major for the first time ...Sky Sports, 2 days ago Kiwi men avoid seeds in Aus Open doubles (NZ Newswire) Yahoo!Xtra, 1 week ago
The American teenager Madison Keys has shocked the fourth seeded Czech Petra Kvitova at the Australian tennis Open. The 19-year-old stunned the two-time Wimbledon champion 6-4 7-5 to reach the fourth round. New Zealander Michael Venus is ...Radio New Zealand, 3 days ago
Michael Venus is into the third round of the Australian Open men's doubles, capping off a great week for New Zealand male tennis. Venus and partner Oliver Marach took down the fifth seeded duo of Bruno Soares and Alexander Peya 6-4 7-6 (7-5) in a ...New Zealand Herald, 3 days ago Tennis: Venus into third round of the Australian Open doubles New Zealand Herald, 3 days ago
Michael Venus has yet to take the court in Melbourne, but some early results at the Australian Open have provided another small boost to his burgeoning career. The New Zealand No1, who made history last week by advancing to the second round of the ...New Zealand Herald, 6 days ago Kiwi hopes to build on his form New Zealand Herald, 6 days ago Kiwi run ends in Auckland tennis Yahoo!Xtra, 1 week ago Tennis: Kiwi has double take on career New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago
Marina Erakovic believes she can break into the top 30 players in the world. She doesn't know when or if it will happen, but feels certain it can. The New Zealand No1, who starts her sixth Australian Open campaign tomorrow, spent the latter half ...New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago Erakovic primed to break into top 30 New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago
Lu Yen-hsun's early-season winning streak in the doubles came to an end yesterday at the Heineken Open in Auckland, New Zealand. The Taiwanese No. 1, who had won his first five doubles matches of the season, including his third ATP Tour doubles ...Taipei Times Online, 1 week ago Lu loses in singles, succeeds in doubles Taipei Times Online, 1 week ago Lu survives a scare, Del Potro wins on his return Taipei Times Online, 2 weeks ago Taiwan's Lu wins third doubles title in Chennai Taipei Times Online, 2 weeks ago
It was a day to remember for France, as the lesser known players leaped into contention as the business end of the Heineken Open draws near. World No. 16 Kevin Anderson is now the heavy favourite to win his third ATP Tour title after taking care of ...ONE News, 1 week ago
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