Category: Australian Open

Australian Open last sixteen review 0

Australian Open last sixteen review

TweetThe fourth round was a real treat for tennis fans. It was more of a treat in fact. It was a big box of them freely thrown around like it was the tennis God’s...

Ivanovic stuns Serena in Australian Open last sixteen 0

Ivanovic stuns Serena in Australian Open last sixteen

TweetAna Ivanovic has stunned Serena Williams and the tennis world by beating Serena Williams 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. In what is by far the biggest upset of this year’s Open, Ivanovic played the high risk...

Australian Open 3rd round review 0

Australian Open 3rd round review

TweetThe third round of the Australian Open is done, the elite last sixteen assembled. The tennis review looks at what went down down under. Making good on your promise award of the round: Dimitrov...

Australian Open day 4 review 0

Australian Open day 4 review

TweetCan it possibly be day 4 done and dusted at the Australian Open? Yes! Here are the things worth mentioning about the fourth day of the season’s first Major. Match of the day: R.Bautista...

Australian Open day 3 review 0

Australian Open day 3 review

TweetTime flies when the balls are fast and day 3 of the Australian Open is already history. Thetennisreview takes a look at the high and low points. Match of the day: D. Hantuchova beats...

Australian Open day 2 review 0

Australian Open day 2 review

TweetDay 2 of the Australian Open is done and dusted. Thetennisreview looks at some of the highlights and lowlights. Match of the day. Seppi beats Hewitt 7-6(4), 6-3, 5-7, 5-7, 7-5 Hewitt looked like...

Australian Open Day 1 review 0

Australian Open Day 1 review

TweetThe Australian Open got underway yesterday and thetennisreview looks at the best and worst of day 1. Match of the day: Jerzy Janowicz beats Jordan Thompson 1-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-1 The faster courts...

Australian open preview 0

Australian open preview

TweetThe Australian Open starts today and thetennisreview looks at the top five contenders and the dark horses for the men’s and women’s titles Men’s. 1. Novak Djokovic. The four time Champion ended 2013 looking...

Lessons from Melbourne 0

Lessons from Melbourne

TweetWith the dust well and truly settled on Novak and Vika’s trophies, the tennis review looks back on the five lessons learned from the Australian Open 2013. 1. Everyone loves a one-handed backhand. No...

Federer beats Tomic and the hype 0

Federer beats Tomic and the hype

TweetFor the briefest of moments, it seemed like like the outrageous promise might be kept. Breaking Federer’s serve at 1-1 in the tiebreak with another pace laden forehand to draw an error, the young...