Wednesday, June 12, 2013
DAILY TENNIS NEWS - BRIEFS
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Federer Is Gaining Confidence As He Moves To Grass Competition
Federer is optimistic that his best tennis is arriving as the ATP moves
onto grass for the month. The 17-time grand slam winner is starting his
campaign on the lawns as he chases a sixth title in Germany at the Halle
31-year-old believes that the "best stage this year is yet to come" for
his tennis as the defense of his Wimbledon title approaches from June
24. Despite not winning a trophy since last August on the ATP, the world
number three remains confident in his game.
Tomic Is Spotted At Queen’s After Buying A Ticket
Tomic, the controversial father of Australian no.1 Bernard Tomic,
supposedly banned worldwide from attending all Grand Slam and ATP World
Tour tournaments after allegedly assaulting his son’s doubles partner in
Madrid last month, defied his suspension to gain entry to the Aegon
Championships at London’s Queen’s Club and sit just two rows back from
the playing surface.
Hewitt Is Delighted To Back On Grass
Hewitt is so happy to be back on grass that the 32-year-old Australian
doesn't need anyone spoiling his current good mood as he builds at
Queen's club for his 15th straight Wimbledon appearance.
Queen’s Club Notes
start time for play at The Queen's Club today has been brought forward
from 12.30pm to 11am to catch up on the matches that were postponed on
Chris Kermode, Tournament Director of the Aegon Championships, said: “It
was a frustrating day with the weather on Tuesday, particularly for the
spectators, but from a scheduling perspective we were at least able to
complete a couple of singles matches on Centre Court, and 13 in total.
On Wednesday, we are expecting a dry start, so we have moved the start
time forward to 11am to enable us to play as many matches as possible.”
An Ace Day For A Young Andy Murray Fan. . .
12 year old Elijah Ortiz-Herrera tennis isn’t just a hobby; it’s helped
him to take his mind off hospital appointments and chemotherapy since
being diagnosed with cancer. So, when Make-A-Wish Foundation UK, the
charity that grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting
life-threatening conditions, told him his wish to meet his tennis idol
Andy Murray was being granted, he was thrilled.
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