Monday, September 9, 2013
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Djokovic And Nadal Don’t Like US Open Finals On
Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, the game’s two leading players at a time when
male tennis has never had a better profile are many things. But
unquestionably the Serb and the Spaniard are traditionalists and united
in the belief they should have played the US Open yesterday rather later
today on Monday.
Azarenka Says Don’t Forget Younger (Under 30)
the "baby” of the final days of the US Open, 24-year-old Victoria
Azarenka is warning the world not to forget about her generation of WTA
tennis talent. The odd one out in a women's semi-final field in which
the other three participants were aged over 30 says that she and her
20-something contemporaries are working to step up and take over in
Ageless, On Court, Paes, Is Inspired By Good
Paes became the oldest tennis player to win a Grand Slam in the Open era
at the age of 40 when he and Radek Stepanek teamed up to win the US
Open. They stopped the Bryans pursuit of a Grand Slam and then destroyed
Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in the final.
Bartoli To Play At Wimbledon
Bartoli, the reigning Wimbledon champion who announced her retirement
from competitive tennis just 40 days after beating Sabine Lisicki to win
her first major title, will return to the grass of London SW19 to play
again this month. Each September the All England Club stages an internal
mixed doubles competition for members only to mark the closing of the
grass courts for the winter. And Bartoli, who like all champions became
an honorary member of the club the moment she won the title, has made a
surprise request to play.
Murray Decries Discrepancy Between Women’s Best
Of Three Vs. Men’s Best Of Five
Murray remains slightly doubtful of the actual work required to win many
women's matches at the US Open and any other grand slam event, with the
Scot querying the fairness of equal prize money. For Murray, a defending
champion in New York who lost in the quarter-finals to Swiss Stan
Wawrinka, the differences between the men's and women's competitions are
Nadal Disappointed On Olympic Choice for 2020
defeat as a candidate city for the 2020 Olympics came as a blow to
Rafael Nadal as the Spanish tennis ace prepared for his US Open final
with Novak Djokovic. The Spanish capital came up third time unlucky in
Olympic bids, with the thinking attributed to the IOC in awarding the
Summer Games to Tokyo was to put the event in a "safe" pair of hands.
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