Thursday, December 27, 2012
DAILY TENNIS NEWS - BRIEFS
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Officials Hope For Sharapova Appearance
International tournament officials have good cause to wonder if Maria
Sharapova will actually turn up for their event that begins in earnest
next Monday on December 31. After all, the world no.2 has twice
previously withdrawn from the calendar opening event and she cited a
sore neck for pulling out of Saturday’s scheduled exhibition match
against Caroline Wozniacki in Seoul.
Almagro – Not
Federer-To Replace Nadal In Abu Dhabi
for the Mubadala World Tennis Championship this coming weekend in Abu
Dhabi approached Roger Federer to replace the ill Rafael Nadal in the
exhibition but the Swiss turned down the invitation.
Spaniard Nicolas Almagro will replace Nadal.
Holding A Spot In The Field For Nadal, If He Wants To Play
AAMI Classic at Kooyong Club is holding a spot in the eight-man
exhibition field open for Rafael Nadal after the Spaniard was forced by
ill health to give up on plans to play this week in Abu Dhabi. Nadal
could conceivably be a late entry into the pre-Australian Open exho in
Melbourne at the former home of the Open until the late 1980s.
Captain Murray Sees Scottish Juniors Almost Ready For WTA Tour
Murray is turning her attentions to her main job as the figurehead of
British women’s tennis and she believes there is a crop of young
Scottish players ready to step onto the world stage.
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