Novak Djokovic Vs Carlos Berlocq 6-1,6-3. The top-seeded Serbian tackled the last moment jitters well to earn a comprehensive win in the end against tricky opponent Carlos Berlocq. After winning the first set easily, Djokovic made quick in-roads into the second-set, but lost the concentration and a few games - but brought forth his A-game at the right time to win the match in straight sets.
In what promises to be an exciting encounter, Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis squares off against Juan Monaco of Argentina for a place in the quarter-finals of the Japan Open.
Former World No.1 and Top seed Novak Djokovic was in unbelivable form at the China Open today as he destroyed Argentine Carlos Berlocq. The Serb attacked Berlocq serve and was able to break a massive six times.
US Open champion Andy Murray is all set to participate at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship after Spaniard Rafael Nadal also confirmed his return to the world tour at Abu Dhabi event.US Open champion Andy Murray is all set to participate at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship after Spaniard Rafael Nadal also confirmed his return to the world tour at Abu Dhabi event.
World No. 2 Maria Sharapova of Russia looked in her typical touch on Wednesday as she earned a straight sets 6-2 6-2 victory over World No. 29 Sorana Cirstea of Romania and secured her berth in the last sixteen at the 2012 China Open.
Novak Djokovic Vs Tomas Berdych 6-1,4-6,1-0.IN, Winner: Djokovic!!! Good serve in the middle, Djokovic delivers a backhand return, short rally, Berdych cross-court forehand fails to land inside the court.
Former Champion Maria Sharapova stayed on course for her second Australian Open title after she reached the semifinals in Melbourne, beating Ekaterina Makarova in straight sets.
World No.1 Novak Djokovic who survived a scare in his fourth round match where the defending champion was pushed to a marathon five sets by Wawrinka continues on with his passage for a record third consecutive Aussie Open title. The Serb will, however, hope that the physical exhaustion he experienced would not hamper his performances when he takes on Czech Tomas Berdych in the quarterfinal at Melb
4th seed David Ferrer kept his perfect record of beating his countryman Nicoas Almagro as he defeated him for the 13th time in a row. Ferrer though had to dig really deep to overcome the stiff challenge of the 10th seed as he stared down the barrel when Almagro cruised to a two set lead and at one point served for the match. The hustler though hustled his way back into the encounter on the back of
Gunning for his fifth Australian Open title, World No. 2 Roger Federer has all praises for the top Canadian Milos Raonic, whom he beat yesterday to reach the quarter-finals at Melbourne.
Guillaume Rufin Vs Tomas Berdych . The two are squaring off for the first time in their careers with Berdych holding the odds for this one.
Second seed and the third lady for the title Maria Sharapova will vie for a place in the third round of the Australian Open on Wednesday as she takes on Misaki Doi of Japan in a second round encounter on the Hisense Arena in a duel billed as the battle between grit and tenacity.
Asian superstar Na Li will slug it out with Olga Govortsova of Belarus in the second round of the Australian Open today. The world no.6 will look to continue in the same vein from where she had left against her opening round adversary Sesil Karatantcheva. Coming into the encounter Li will believe that she will be the one to beat as the world no. 58 does not possess the firepower to trouble her fro
10th seed Nicolas Almagro of Spain will take on his countryman Daniel Gimeno Traver in the round of 64 at the Australian Open today. The world no.11 will like to improve upon his showing in the opening round and will be searching for that all elusive consistency on his ground-strokes in this contest.
World No.6 Tomas Berdych of Czech Republic gets ready to face Frenchman Guillaume Rufin for a place in the third round of the Australian Open.
Bernard Tomic Vs Leonardo Mayer 6-3,6-2,6-3. Brilliant performance from the Australian tennis hope Bernard Tomic, who looked in complete control from the beginning of the match and never really allowed his opponent Mayer to settle down. Tomic played some awe-inspiring shots on both sides of the court and served beautifully. Tomic started off from where he left in Sydney and it seems that the yo
Crowd Favorite Bernard Tomic of Australia took his first step towards that tantalizing third round encounter against his idol Roger Federer after he showed sublime form in his straight sets defeat of the Argentine Leonardo Mayer on the Rod Laver Arena today. The 20 year old displayed his full repertoire on court as Mayer was completely bamboozled by his adversaryâ??s frequent change of pace that f
Swedish Sofia Arvidsson takes on Thai youngster Luksika Kumkhum for the first time in her career in the first round of the 2013 Australian Open at Melbourne.
Exciting talent - Bernard Tomic will start his Aussie Open campaign today when he takes on Argentine Leonardo Mayer in front of a packed Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne.
World No.2 Roger Federer might not have played a single match this year, but he sure looked in brilliant nick yet once more. The Swiss, who was up against talented Frenchman Benoit Paire made quick work off of the 23 year-old winning the match in three sets that lasted just an hour and 21 minutes.
Andreas Seppi Vs Bernard Tomic 6-7,4-6. Tomic outplays the Italian in clinical fashion. With some great point construction and fine serving, the Australian booked a place in the finals of the Apia International. He goes on to face tall lanky South African Kevin Anderson.
The draw of the first Grand Slam of the year the Aussie Open has been announced after it was held up for almost half an hour owing to a boat ride that delayed the arrival of two time mens defending champion Novak Djokovic and womens top seed Victoria Azarenka. Although the people felt agitated for the time being, it was worth the wait for the Serbian. After all he had the lady luck smiling on him
After witnessing slow play in certain matches particularly in some pre-Aussie tournaments of 2013 organizers have decided to go for a stricter implementation of the time limit rule that allows atleast 20 seconds of time between points in a Grand Slam event. The rule will allow chair umpires to impose penalties on faulting players.
Belgian Kirsten Flipkens will take on German Mona Barthel in her semifinal match at the Moorilla Hobart International Tennis Tournament.
2012 US Open champ Andy Murray has reiterated that he wants to win more Grand Slams in future. The Super-Scot believes that he has got a fine game to claim more major glories in the future.
Tommy Haas Vs Gael Monfils 6-3,5-7,3-6. Monfils stages an amazing comeback from the seventh game to beat the third seeded German. With some fierce serving along with some amazing rallies throughout, the Frenchman did not drop the momentum for a bit during the match and got rewarded.
The Australian Open is officially known as the Grand Slam of the Asia-Pacific, but the real pride of the greatest sporting event of the Southern hemisphere is being nicknamed as the 'Happy Slam' for its happy-go-lucky spirit by tennis' best including the Magician Roger Federer. Moreover, out of the four Majors the Open is also the most nontraditional Slam - after all it is the only Grand Slam whic
Frenchman Gael Monfils showed us yet again just why he is feared all over world tennis, as he fought back from a set down to upstage German Tommy Haas in grueling battle that lasted exactly two hours.
Ana Ivanovic - the diva, the beauty queen, the dream woman of an average male tennis fanatic, the darling of the cameras, the sizzling hot star of the WTA, the poster girl of the iconic fashion brands and the perfect model for Sports Illustrated's swimsuit calendar is always in the news, more for her slim and stunning looks, but can she enthrall the crowd with her play on a tennis court? Can she s
Slovakian Dominika Cibulkova scored the upset of the day at the Sydney International with three set win over second seeded Angelique Kerber of Germany on Thursday.