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Guardians of the game

Roy Emerson: Adam

At the forefront of tennis’s charge into professionalism, the undervalued Roy Emerson’s statistics still impress.

In an age when Australians dominated world tennis, Emerson and Rod Laver were the names that stood out, with ‘Emmo’ winning 12 individual major titles (including six Australian Opens in seven years), along with 16 in doubles. 1,034 more words

Djokovic

PRO TENNIS EVENT SCHEDULED FOR CLUB AT BOCA POINTE FEATURING STARS OF TOMORROW FEBRUARY 26TH TO MARCH 6TH; EVENT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Djokovic, Nadal, Federer! Get ready to move over! Your replacements maybe coming…coming from the first-ever ITF pro tennis tournament to be held at the Club at Boca Pointe… 559 more words

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Who wore it best at AO 2016?

A new year means new gear, and all the world’s top tennis brands get a chance to showcase their new looks at the Australian Open in early January. 175 more words

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Five reasons Djokovic will win the Grand Slam in 2016

Is there a harder thing to do in sport?

Possibly.

Winning the Tour de France looks nothing short of self-induced pedal torture. Matching ‘the Don’s’ batting average has so far proven woefully impossible, and beating the All Blacks has been permanently placed in the ‘too hard basket’. 780 more words

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Roger Federer ruled out for a month after knee surgery

World number three Roger Federer will be out of action for a month after having arthroscopic knee surgery.

The 34-year-old 17-times Grand Slam champion had the surgery in his native Switzerland to repair a torn meniscus. 111 more words

Novak Djokovic wins his sixth Australian Open

What can we say about this guy that hasn’t been said yet? After the Roger Federer era of dominance I thought the dominance time would be over for a while but not even close! 695 more words

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Federer, Nadal and the one who defied us all

It takes two to tango, as they say, and only two.

Three’s a crowd and if you’re it, don’t expect anything except the cold shoulder and a nod to the door. 1,076 more words

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