Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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Watson Fires Coach
Heather Watson maintains it was probably the toughest decision of her
tennis life to sack Maria Sharapova’s former traveling coach Mauricio
Hadad after disappointing results at the French Open and Wimbledon.
believes in himself; but back sore and unsure of new racket
No. 1 Roger Federer is frustrated with his level of play, but he hit
back at those who say that his time as a major contender is over.
Federer has only won one medium sized title this year, Halle, and
recently took early round losses against Federico DelBonis In Hamburg
and Daniel Brands at the Swiss Open.
"I have no problem
with criticism, but I expect us to be honest," the 31-year-old said.
"This situation is not new for me. In 2009 and 2010 already, people
said: 'He's won everything, now it's finished.' The more people that
made that comment, the more likely that someone will be talking
Playing Smarter, But According To Her, Not Smart Enough
Cibulkova is a member of the 1989 generation, which has had a more than
fair amount of success on tour. Victoria Azarenka, Aga Radwanska and
Petra Kvitova have all cracked the top 5 and two of them have won Slams.
Another member of her generation, Sabine Lisicki, just reached the
Wimbledon final. Caroline Wozniacki is just a year younger than they are
but they competed against in her in the juniors, and she reached No. 1.
But Cibulkova has only reached one final four – at 2009 Roland Garros
and has yet to even crack the top 10.
Haase Has Done
Well In The Mountains
"mountain man" Robin Haase has gone down to defeat in a tournament final
in the Alps, a 6-3, 6-4 victim of Mikhail Youzhny.
Altitude has been a
friend for several seasons to flatlander Haase, who is this week bidding
for claim a hat-trick of trophies in the Australian Alps at the famed
ski resort of Kitzbuehel. He has won that ATP 250 clay event for the
past two editions, the only titles so far of his career.
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