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Murray Coming Back 'Soon'

Former World No. 1 Andy Murray says he’ll be back “Soon.. Very soon” and that rehab on his hip is going “Really well.. Much better than I expected so far”. The five-time Australian Open finalist was recently suffering from jet lag after his aborted trip Down Under and … Read …

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Djokovic: "Chung Has Game To Be Top 10"

Six-time former champion Novak Djokovic believes that Hyeon Chung has the potential to break into the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings following the South Korean’s 7-6(4), 7-5, 7-6(3) victory in the Australian Open fourth round. “He definitely has the game to be a Top 10 player, without … Read …

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#NextGenATP Champion Chung Makes History

Hyeon Chung became the first South Korean player in history to reach a Grand Slam quarter-final after beating six-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic 7-6(4), 7-5, 7-6(3) at the Australian Open on Monday. Chung let slip 4-0, 4-1 and 3-1 leads in the first, second and third sets respectively before …

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'Mr. Consistent' Strikes Again In Melbourne

“Mr. Consistent” has lived up to his name yet again at the Australian Open. Tomas Berdych, who has finished in the Top 20 for 12 consecutive seasons, reached his seventh quarter-final in Melbourne on Monday. The 19th-seeded Czech avoided a dogfight with Italian Fabio Fognini, defeating the 25th seed 6-1, …

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Dimitrov: "I Love Competing Against Him"

Although one player must always come out second best in tennis, respect never fails to come first. Sunday night saw three hours, 26 minutes of bullet service winners and slices as sharp as a razor’s edge, but it was Grigor Dimitrov who carved out victory over Nick Kyrgios, shooting his …

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Kyrgios: "I'm Trying To Get Better"

Nick Kyrgios came up short against Grigor Dimitrov after four thrilling sets in their fourth round encounter at the Australian Open on Sunday. But the Aussie already has his sights set on challenging the ATP World Tour’s best for the rest of the season. Kyrgios, who was looking to follow …

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