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Australian Open 2019: Novak Djokovic photos are awesome

[ad_1] We reckon Novak Djokovic’s local picture framing shop is about to get a bit of extra business.After the Serb dismantled Rafael Nadal in straight sets on Sunday night to win his record seventh Australian Open title — and 15th career grand slam — there were plenty of compliments thrown around about where he sits among tennis’s elite.But who needs words when you’ve got a happy snap like this?As Djokovic
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Stefanos Tsitipas posts nude photo to Twitter

[ad_1] Stefanos Tsitsipas was celebrated for his unique personality as well as his undoubtable tennis skill during a run to the semi-finals at the Australian Open.But his latest post on social media will surely be met with a firm “Da fuq” by Nick Kyrgios — and everyone else.The Greek 20-year-old embraces his weirdness online, sharing his love of filmmaking, philosophy and nature with his fans and this photograph is as
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Davis Cup 2019: full draw, Australia group, Belgium, Colombia

[ad_1] Australia have been drawn in a group with Belgium and Colombia in the new-look Davis Cup finals which take place in Madrid in November. Belgium, who beat Australia in Brussels in the semi-finals two years ago, are ranked fourth in the Davis Cup rankings, with the South Americans, who beat Sweden to qualify for the world group stage, 18th.The draw was conducted in the Spanish capital on Thursday with
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Nick Kyrgios v Rafael Nadal, 17-time Grand Slam champion delivers devastating takedown of Kyrgios after Mexico Open loss

[ad_1] So perhaps we should cut him some sort of slack for what followed.For what followed in the press conference after the match was nothing but a monumental spray by Nadal for the bad boy of Australian tennis.Experience the best of international tennis LIVE. Get it all on Foxtel.Nadal started off with some words in spanish of praise for Kyrgios we’ve all heard before, but he then delivered a devastating
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Eugenie Bouchard date movie: Tennis star to produce movie | John Goehrke

[ad_1] He was the world’s luckiest dater and he’s now about to become the inspiration for a Hollywood film — John Goehrke sure must be glad he decided to send that tweet. The American sports fan famously responded to tennis star Eugenie Bouchard’s 2017 Super Bowl tweet where she declared it a sure thing that the Atlanta Falcons were going to beat the New England Patriots after they led 27-3.Goehrke
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Indian Wells women’s final: Bianza Andreescu def Angelique Kerber to win Indian Wells

[ad_1] Bianca Andreescu’s giant-killing run at Indian Wells has continued in the final as the teenager upset world No.8 Angelique Kerber to become the first wildcard winner of the prestigious WTA tournament.The 18-year-old Canadian prevailed 6-4 3-6 6-4 in two hours and 12 minutes against the three-time major champion to become the youngest champion of a WTA Premier Mandatory event - the four biggest tournaments outside of the grand slams
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ATP Monte Carlo Masters: Nadal def. Nishikori, score, record

[ad_1] USUALLY modest about his achievements, Rafael Nadal allowed himself a moment to appreciate his record 31st Masters title on Sunday. Nadal was at his dominant best against Kei Nishikori, beating him 6-3, 6-2 in the Monte Carlo Masters final to become the first man in the Open era to win the same title 11 times. “It’s unbelievable,” Nadal said, pausing to take it in. “It’s something difficult to imagine.”
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Australian Open, Channel 9 in Tennis Australia TV rights bombshell

[ad_1] CHANNEL 9 has snatched the rights to broadcast the Australian Open from 2020. The tennis bombshell was confirmed in Melbourne on Thursday by Tennis Australia president Jayne Hrdlicka and Nine Network chief executive Hugh Marks.Channel 9 confirmed it has secured the rights to the entire summer of tennis in Australia from 2020 to 2024 in a five-year deal worth $300 million, which includes lead-up events in Sydney, Brisbane and
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Miami Open ATP: Novak Djokovic says he’s injury free

[ad_1] NOVAK Djokovic insists he is playing pain free for the first time in “years” as he pursues his comeback at the Miami Masters. The former world number one has been beset with an elbow injury that sidelined him for six months after he was forced to retire at the quarter-finals of Wimbledon last year.A return to action at the Australian Open with a modified serving action resulted in a
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Bernard Tomic finds his form ahead of French Open

[ad_1] THE resurgent Bernard Tomic has won four consecutive clay-court matches for the first time to set up an all-Australian title showdown with John Millman in France.Tomic battled from a set down and more than two-and-a-quarter hours to beat Swede Elias Ymer 2-6 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 and reach the final of the $200,000 Open du Pays d’Aix Challenger event in Provence.Top-seeded Millman needed two hours and 41 minutes to edge