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Australian Open 2015: men’s final

January 31, 2015
Murray2

In the modern, digital era where the outside is scary and life happens on a screen, hopeful parents will tell kids that real life is not like computer games in order to discourage violence, destruction and the collecting of gold coins from the corpses of dead, ambulatory mushrooms. However, the old school habit of game designers adding in a final boss is still alive and kicking in the real world […]

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Australian Open 2015: women’s final

January 31, 2015
Sharapova

For a long time the world of women’s tennis was about one name, Williams, and regardless of the choice of suffix that was the one you’d find being stencilled onto most of the Grand Slam trophies around the world each season as Venus and Serena dominated the game almost totally, only held back by their own motivation, or that’s how it seemed. Time and some unfortunate health concerns have removed […]

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Women’s Australian Open: final 4

January 28, 2015
Serena

Although we may have seen another early exit for the man who defined tennis in the early to mid-2000s this week, the ladies game has given us a real blast from the past with the older, slightly more likeable Williams sister back in the big time and back at the sharp end of an major championship, or at least she was. As it is, Venus Williams was finally put out […]

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Men’s Australian Open: week 2

January 25, 2015
AMurray

Every year, the tennis world gets together and compares six-packs at the end of the winter break in Melbourne, and as they swap stories of coaches sacked, supercars bought or maybe just sponsorships got if it wasn’t a great year last time out, and along the way a bit of tennis happens too. The first major of the year can tell you a lot about the condition of the players […]

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Australian Open: women’s draw odds

January 23, 2015
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Before anyone employed by Australian TV or the Australian Open corrects us, we know that women aren’t supposed to be taken seriously as tennis players and that they’re better off just showing us the pretty outfits they picked out for a giggle around Melbourne Park, but just for a laugh let’s pretend Ian Cohen is a backward, sexist moron rather than a professional sports presenter or someone who should be […]

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2015: Year of Murray?

January 7, 2015
AMurray

Like the rest of the working world, tennis likes to take a little break toward the end of the year in terms of competition, but don’t let that fool you into thinking they’re sat around eating turkey and enjoying the sort of relaxation we all are. The off-season has become an intensive time for training and research these days, with the only way to keep pace with the top player […]

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