Friday, January 10, 2014
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Australian Open First Round Highlight Match:
Nadal Vs. Tomic
since the introduction of 32 seeds in Grand Slam events 13 years has the
draw thrown up a confrontation with as much spice as Rafael Nadal’s
Australian Open first round clash with home favorite Bernard Tomic.
Lendl Comments On Celebrity Coaches
since Ivan Lendl wandered back into the major tennis arena two years ago
after more than a decade out of the spotlight he has cast a solitary
image. Now with contemporaries like Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg and
Michael Chang adopting the new roles of ‘celebrity coaches,’ there would
apparently be a sense of familiarity for the 53 year-old who won two
Australian Open titles.
Sampras Sees A Shift Of Interest In American Men’s Tennis Players
Sampras is at a loss to explain the massive drop in popularity and top
players experienced by US men's tennis. But the former No. 1 has made a
stab at an explanation in an American radio interview.
British Shrub Is Named The
every other award that a grateful Scotland can dream up for native
Wimbledon winner Andy Murray, now is more out of character than naming a
delicate strain of plant after the gruff, all-business tennis player.
But that's what has happened
anyway, with a new shrub now named the Andy Murray to go on display at
the world-famed Chelsea flower show in London in the spring. The
greenery will also be planted at Murray's new Cromlix house hotel, to
open in the spring near his boyhood village of Dunblane.
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