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Murray/Soares Save 3 M.P. To Reach Quarter-finals In Melbourne

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares saved three consecutive match points to beat Kevin Krawietz and Nikola Mektic 6-7(3), 6-2, 7-5 at the Australian Open on Monday. Serving at 4-5 (0/40) in the third set, the 2016 champions reeled off 13 of the next 16 points, including five straight points to reach 5-5, to book their place in the quarter-finals after two hours and nine minutes. Murray and Soares saved all eight break points they faced and won 82 per cent of first-serve points (56/68) to book a quart...

Milos Masterclass: Raonic Soars Into Quarter-Finals

If this is the new and improved Milos Raonic, the rest of the ATP Tour better take notice in 2019. Raonic produced a glittering performance on Rod Laver Arena on Monday afternoon, efficiently dismissing Alexander Zverev 6-1, 6-1, 7-6(5) in a tidy one hour and 59 minutes. The Canadian booked his spot in the Australian Open quarter-finals for the fourth time in five years. He will await either Borna Coric or Lucas Pouille next. The tension was palpable in the end, Raonic said after sealing the win...

Hall of Fame Announces Kafelnikov As 2019 Inductee

Former World No. 1 and two-time Grand Slam singles titlist Yevgeny Kafelnikov will soon be able to call himself a “Hall of Famer”. The Russian, who retired in 2003, will be inducted to the International Tennis Hall of Fame this July in Newport. Kafelnikov, who was Russias first Grand Slam singles champion, said, “I’m very honoured to become a Hall of Famer and to represent Russia among tennis’ greatest champions.” The Sochi native captured his first major sing...

Day 8 Preview: Djokovic Eyes QF Berth

The day after shockwaves were sent through the tennis world with #NextGenATP Stefanos Tsitsipas’ impressive win against six-time champion Roger Federer at the Australian Open, top seed Novak Djokovic and reigning Nitto ATP Finals winner Alexander Zverev will look to avoid the upset bug on Monday as they continue on a semi-final collision course in Melbourne. Djokovic, who is tied with Federer and Roy Emerson for the most Australian Open titles (6), plays 15th seed Daniil Medvedev for a sp...

LeBron, Pickle Juice & A Dream Run In Melbourne For Tiafoe

Frances Tiafoe is not your typical tennis player. Growing up, his father, an immigrant from Sierra Leone, was a janitor at the Junior Tennis Champions Center in Maryland. Tiafoe and his brother, Franklin, spent much of their time at the facility as children, sometimes even sleeping there in a small office that their father converted into his apartment. Tiafoe vowed to become great at tennis, not just for the sake of being a fantastic player, but to make a difference for his family. In March 201...

Federer Intends To Compete On Clay In 2019

Roger Federer announced that he will play on clay in 2019 after losing to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the fourth round of the Australian Open on Sunday evening. The Swiss’ last match on the surface came at the 2016 Internazionali BNL d’Italia. Federer did not compete on clay in 2017-18 to give his body a break ahead of the grass season. According to the FedEx ATP Performance Zone, the 37-year-old ranks third among active players (behind Nadal and Djokovic) in winning percentage on clay at ...

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