Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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French Open Pressure Immediately
a few hours after winning his fourth Australian Open trophy, Novak
Djokovic was already feeling the presence of the French Open, more than
just a mirage in the tennis spring. But the No. 1 was working at
enjoying his 6-7 (2-7), 7-6, (7-3), 6-3, 6-2 win over Andy Murray which
made the Serb the first man in the post-1968 Open era to win three
titles in a row in Melbourne.
Vergeer Celebrates 10 Years Undefeated
wheelchair tennis star Esther Vergeer is celebrating ten years without a
defeat on the international wheelchair tennis circuit today. Vergeer, 31
years old from Woerden, has won 470 consecutive matches since she was
defeated by Australian Daniele di Toro in Sydney on January 30, 2003.
Misses Davis Cup Tie
Stepanek was an heroic figure when Czech Republic won their first Davis
Cup title as an independent nation in Prague last November but he will
be forced to step out the first step of the team’s defense and his
return to tennis is indefinite.
Tomic Loses His
more than a week after Bernard Tomic announced he had realized the error
of his ways and maintained he would concentrate of adopting the right
lifestyle to help his tennis, the 20 year-old Australian has again been
in trouble with the Queensland police. Tomic, dropped from the
Australian Davis Cup team that faces Chinese Taipei on disciplinary
grounds, was reportedly caught speeding in his yellow Ferrari on Tuesday
evening/ He was driving at 78km/h (48 mph) in a 60km/h (37 mph) zone.
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