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Kermode Wants Clear Picture Of Severe Heat Policy
a week ago the ATP World Tour’s new executive chairman Chris Kermode
made his first speech to the players, directors and other leading
officials of men’s tennis. Now he is demanding the Australian Open
provide clearer guidance about when severe heat will stop play at
Cahill: Next Aussie Generation May Pass Up Tomic
Cahill has long been regarded as the measured Australian voice of
tennis. His commentary work with ESPN and his stellar coaching of both
Lleyton Hewitt and Andre Agassi to the world no.1 ranking earned him
great respect. Now Cahill has serious words of warning for Bernard
Tomic that the emergence of Aussie teenagers Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi
Kokkinakis could have a serious effect on his earning power.
McEnroe Encourages Tomic To Improve His Attitude
television commentator Patrick McEnroe has told Australian underachiever
Bernard Tomic to pull his socks up if he wants to lift his lagging
tennis to world-class standards. The younger brother of John hinted in
an ESPN telecast said that the 21-year-old is running out of excuses
while the Australian public is running out of patience with the
designated heir apparent to Lleyton Hewitt.
Says Don’t Move Australian Open On The Calendar
champion Andy Murray was insistent that moving the Australian Open to a
date later in the calendar would not be beneficial, either to avoid the
high temperatures or give the players more time to prepare.
Last week Rafael Nadal
was insistent he would like to the see the year’s first Grand Slam
delayed by at least a couple of weeks.
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