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Tuesday, November 27, 2012


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Tauziat Refuses To Resign From French Federation

Nathalie Tauziat has refused to bow the French Federation de Tennis’s demands that she should resign from the national body’s management committee following her supportive evidence for former coach Regis de Camaret.




Junior Star Dimitrov Leaves French Academy For Swedish Academy

For most of the last five years, former junior world no.1 Grigor Dimitrov has been the star pupil at the Patrick Mouratoglou Academy just outside of Paris. However the 21 year-old Bulgarian has decided the time is right for a change and has joined the Good to Great Tennis Academy in Sweden, run by ex-touring pros Magnus Norman, Nicklas Kulti, and Mikael Tillstrom.


Monaco Says Euro Dominance Will Continue

Argentine Juan Monaco does not see the United States returning to dominance any time soon in men’s tennis.

“It’s going to be tough for any of them to become the world No. 1; it’s still going to be Europe for many years,” the 12th ranked Monaco said. “Novak and Murray are both 25, while Rafael Nadal is just 26. Even when Roger (31) retires, the trio is still young enough to dominate. Then there are younger players such as Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov and Australia’s Bernard Tomic, who have it in them to be the leaders in the future.”


Djokovic To Avoid ATP Events Until Australian Open

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will stay clear of ATP competition prior to defending his Australian Open title from January 14, with the Serb concentrating his efforts on two unofficial events to prep for the 2013 season.



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