Tuesday, January 14, 2014
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Melbourne Heat Becomes A Major Concern For The Open
wasn’t the first time and it probably won’t be the last when the
excruciating Melbourne heat became a major issue at the Australian Open.
Tennis Australia and tournament supremo Craig Tiley put the entire
tournament’s medical staff on high alert but once again the organizers
of the calendar’s first Grand Slam event stand accused of forcing
players to compete in ‘inhumane conditions’.
Speed Of The Courts Becomes A Major Topic At
biggest debate of the Australian Open so far centers on the speed of the
courts laid at Melbourne Park. World no.1 Rafael Nadal insists they are
much faster and believes the change is not a good thing while defending
champion Novak Djokovic maintains the change is minimal.
Murray No Longer Fears Coach Lendl
Murray no longer fears the wrath of iron-man coach Ivan Lendl, with the
Scot having gained valuable confidence in his own game under the regime
of the former grand slam tough guy. After two years together and success
through Wimbledon and US Open titles, the pair has jelled into a smooth
Murray Wins First Round Match In Australian Heat
that Wimbledon champion Andy Murray might wither in the intense
Melbourne heat after insufficient match practice in between his
September 29 back surgery and the Australian Open proved ill-founded as
the Scot required just 87 minutes to dispense of first round opponent Go
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