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Novak Djokovic Vs Kei Nishikori Australian Open Quarter Final Preview

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TweetAustralian Open men’s quarter-final, Novak Djokovic Vs Kei Nishikori Novak Djokovic has looked anything but the 2019 men’s singles champion in waiting on his way to his quarter final meeting with Kei Nishikori. But, here he is again, in his 10th Australian Open quarter final, beating Kreuger, Tsonga, Shapovalov and Medvedev to get there. This […]

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Rafa Nadal Vs Frances Tiafoe Australian Open Quarter Final Preview

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TweetRafa Nadal had not played since the US Open entering this year’s Australian Open. The Spaniard was busy healing knee a injury, a task that has kept him occupied for long stretches of his career. Usually, though, when Nadal is not recovering from one injury or another, he’s busy competing for slams, and he’s made […]

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Australian Open Men’s preview Top Half Fourth Round

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TweetAustralian Open top half fourth round preview Novak Djokovic (1) Vs Daniil Medvedev (15) Medvedev believes he has a chance versus Djokovic, a confidence he’s taken on the back of his fellow #NextGenATP player’s victories over the world no.1 (Tsitsipas Canada; Khachanov Paris-Bercy; A.Zverev WTF) and another force, one not even Novak Djokovic can fight- the […]

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Australian Open Bottom Half 4th round Preview

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TweetAustralian Open fourth round, Bottom half, preview, Roger Federer (3) Vs Stefanos Tsitsipas (14) Tennis fans and pundits are slow to annoint Stefanos Tsitsipas as Baby Fed after the name seemingly cursed Grigor Dimitrov and Richard Gasquet. Federer has rarely been given any sleepless nights by his tennis heirs, but Tsitsipas is catching Federer at a […]

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Australian Open Mens 3r Preview Daniil Medvedev Vs David Goffin

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TweetAustralian Open 3rd round, Daniil Medvedev (15) Vs David Goffin (21), Day 6, Melbourne arena, not before 12:30 pm. In 2018, Daniil Medvedev (15) won the most matches on hard courts on the tour (won 37, lost 14), only his third season playing in ATP main draws, picking up titles in Sydney, Winston-Salom and Tokyo, […]

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Australian Open Preview 3r Rafael Nadal vs Alex di Minaur

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TweetAustralian Open 3rd round Preview- Rafa Nadal (2) Vs Alex di Minaur, Rod Laver Arena, from 7pm. Rafa Nadal will have to defeat his third Australian hope in a row to progress to the fourth round, and the draw has saved the best of the Aussies for last in the shape of Alex di Minaur. […]

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Australian Open 2nd rd Preview Borna Coric (11) Vs Marton Fucsovics

Australian Open Coric Fucsovics

TweetBorna Coric and Marton Fucsovics both play some of their best tennis on medium fast hard courts. What makes this Australian Open second round match so intriguing is that they do so from two very different approaches. Coric is the modern baseliner with great movement and a keen sense of when to attack and when […]

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Australian Open 2nd rd Preview Kevin Anderson Vs Frances Tiafoe

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TweetKevin Anderson is a quiet favorite for this year’s Men’s singles Australian Open title. Few are explicitly championing him as the favorite, but even fewer would be shocked if he won the title. Anderson crept upon the tennis big time a couple of seasons ago, going from one of the game’s biggest servers and solid […]

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Australian Open Mens 1r Preview Milos Raonic (16) Vs Nick Kyrgios

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TweetMilos Raonic was No.3 in the world when he made the semi-finals of the Australian Open in 2017, had recently reached his first slam final at Wimbledon ’16, and had made the ATP WTF semis. While hard work and talent can get you a step ahead in pro tennis, there’s nothing like an injury to […]

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Australian Open 1st Rd Preview Andy Murray vs Roberto Bautista Agut

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TweetAndy Murray’s announcement that this Australian Open could be his final tournament and his first round match being against Robert Bautista Agut mean this contest will likely end up being the tournament’s most memorable first rounder if not match. Murray coming up against Bautista Agut, seeded 22, means this Murray Melbourne match will, barring a […]

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