Australian Open & Del Potro

The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. Juan Martín del Potro (born 23 September 1988) is an Argentine professional tennis player. As of 14 May 2012, he is ranked no. 5.0/5

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Australian Open Tennis | Juan Martin Del Potro has been forced to withdraw from the Australian Open.
Just 2 players will use their Protected Ranking at the Australian Open, Del Potro and Tipsarevic...and Robert who is 2 out of the main draw.
Juan Martin Del Potro has accepted a wildcard into Sydney, which is an Australian Open tuneup. His wrist must be doing ok.
Cilic previous best Grand Slam result SF at 2010 Australian Open,ousting Tomic/5 sets, Wawrinka in 4. del Potro in 5 and Roddick in 5 .
Juan Martin Del Potro is still feeling pain in the wrist injury that hampered him at last month’s Australian Open and subsequently sent him for consultations and treatment at the famed Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
If Nadal wins the Australian Open on Sunday, he will have 15,130 points, a nearly 5,000-point lead over No. 2 Djokovic. He'd have almost 10,000 more points than would-be No. 3 Juan Martin Del Potro. That's such a big gap that it's laughable.
NADAL vs FEDERER It will be another epic game today at the Rod Laver arena when two most exciting tennis players collide in the Men's Division second semifinal match. Federer is back to his winning form as he toppled his opponents one by one on his way to the semis, losing only one set to Murray in their quarterfinal match. Nadal, as expected, is a formidable force that will crush anybody who blocks his way enroute to the finals. The former has won 4 Australian Open titles, the latter only 1. If records have to be based, it would be a no-brainer to say Federer should win again. But Lo and Behold, here comes a man who is younger than he is, much hungrier than he is, far stronger than he is. Let's admit it. Federer is so fluid and graceful on court that for him, it's just a walk in the park to finish a match in 3 sets. It's not about his lack of stamina that makes him want a short match, it's just how good he is. Tennis is synonymous to Federer! Fanatics say nothing is like him...no one's as good as h ...
Juan Martin Del Potro became the first major casualty in the Australian Open men's draw when he was beaten by Roberto Bautista.
del Potro lookin' like he's about to pass out. Australian Open has got to be second to Roland Garros in most upsets, just b/c of that heat.
Tennis: Del Potro trounces Tomic: Argentine warms up for Australian Open in style with a crushing win over Bernard Tomic in the final...
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro served notice of his strong form ahead of the Australian Open when he crushed defending champion Bernard Tomic 6-3 6-1 in the final of the Sydney International on Saturday. The 2009 U.S. Open champion simply overpowered the talented but inconsistent Australian on Ken Rosewall Arena, bringing the one-sided contest to a close with a booming service winner after 53 minutes to claim his 18th career title. Playing near faultless tennis, Del Potro served with venom and unleashed powerful forehands and backhands that forced a string of errors from the overwhelmed Tomic. "Finals never are easy, but I was surprise by my level tonight. I think I played great," said Del Potro. "My forehand worked perfectly, I made a lot of winners, many aces, played good slices. Every long rally we played I won all of them." Seeded fifth at Melbourne Park, the 25-year-old looks to be approaching the sort of form that secured him his greatest triumph at Flushing Meadows before a wris ...
For Bernard Tomic the APIA Final VS Del Potro could be his only chance of a Trophy. His 1st round opponent (Australian Open) is Rafael Nadal
Australian Open 2014 Draw : Nadal with Roger , Murray , Del Potro and Tsonga in 1st half Novak with Ferrer , Berdych and Wawrinka in 2nd half
Djokovic wins longest ever Wimbledon semi-final Marathon man Novak Djokovic outlasted Juan Del Potro 7—5, 4—6, 7—6 (7—2), 6—7 (6—8), 6—3 on Friday to win the longest semi—final ever played at Wimbledon and reach his second final at the Championships. The world number one Serb, who won the 2011 title, will play the winner from second seed Andy Murray and Polish outsider Jerzy Janowicz. The second match was expected to stretch into the night and would come up against a potential 11 pm deadline for the end of play under the lights on Centre Court. Djokovic’s match lasted four hours, 43 minutes, shattering the previous mark for a men’s semi of four hours, one minute set in 1989 by Ivan Lendl and Boris Becker. It was the longest time Del Potro, who came to the contest with a damaged left knee but showed no signs of discomfort, had ever spent on a court in the heat of battle. Djokovic was a veteran of a record five—hour, 53—minute struggle in the 2012 Australian Open final, in which he b ...
16:00 Janowicz - Murray Tip: Over 35.5 1.72 Today it is played by two semi-finals match at the men's Wimbledon, and the first semi-final meet Djokovic - Del Potro, while in the second semi-final home hope Murray will try to justify the role of favorites and that there is a new Grand Slam finals. My tip is that the duel between Murray and Janowicz be more than 35 gems. Polish tennis player Janowicz is certainly the most pleasant surprise of this year's Wimbledon despite finals Parisa this is his greatest performance ever. Janowicz is normally 22 player in the world and the fans of tennis in BIH was the center of attention since the recent completion of the ATP tournament in Halle in lost bh players Mirza Basic. This year's Grand Slam tournaments came to the third round, so at the Australian Open defeated Almagro 0-3, and Roland Garossu was defeated Wawrinka. Until now played two mutually challenge Murray and Janowicz and a win with both tennis players. Murray was better 2009th The match at the Davis Cup wi ...
In the quarter-final, Del Potro will meet Finn Jarkko Nieminen who needed three sets to overcome German qualifier Matthias Bachinger 6-3 5-7 6-3. Fourth seed Richard Gasquet suffered a 6-4 6-4 defeat against Marcos Baghdatis from Cyprus. Gasquet had a perfect start to the year with titles in Doha and Montpellier, reaching the fourth round at the Australian Open inbetween, but an early break in each set was too much for the Frenchman. Baghdatis next meets Grigor Dimitrov.
Murray will be pretty confident of going far in he Australian Open - has reached the final there twice, losing miserably to Federer and Djokovic - in January now that he has the weight of expectation off his shoulders now after winning his first Slam. Murray will be on a high now after his U.S. Open victory and will definitely fancy his chances of going very far in every Major he plays now although he will obviously not win all of the time as Djokovic, Federer and Nadal are fantastic players in addition tro trhere being other great players in Del Potro (has already won a Slam in the U.S. Open) and Ferrer. I still think Federer, Djokovic and Nadal the three to beat and are just a little bit ahead of Murray but time will tell in the coming months and years. Of course Federer, Djokovic and Nadal have won more Slams so should be regarded as beer players in the grand scheme of trhings but Murray could be the best at he moment just like Djokovic was the best last year and Nadal and Federer were the bestr in the ...
Murray lost his 1st 4 Major Finals similar to his coach Ivan Lendl who won the 1st of his 8 Majors in his 5th Final. So far this year, the then World No. 1 Djokovic won the Australian Open, the then World No. 2 Nadal won the French Open & the then World No. 3 Federer won Wimbledon. So now World No. 4 Murray, in his 5th Final has won the US Open. Also Andy being a part of the Fab 4, in the Era considered by many as the greatest in Tennis History was destined to win his 1st Major here as Federer won his 1st Major @ Wimbledon in 2003, Nadal @ French Open in 2005 -- 2yrs aft Roger's 1st, Djokovic @ Australian Open in 2008 -- 3yrs aft Rafa's 1st. So Murray had to win US Open in 2012 -- 4yrs aft Novak's 1st. To do that he needed to win the 1st Set as the player winning the 1st Set has won 18 of the last 19 Finals here; 16 in a row from 1993-2008. In 2009, Del Potro beat Federer from a set down
Interesting year for tennis .. The year's first Grand Slam Australian Open won by then World no 1 Djoko, followed by French Open lapped up by then World no. 2 Rafa.. & then Fedex who started as World No. 3 got the Wimbledon and now World no. 4 Andy gets the 4th Slam of the year... Seems top 4 is now more competitive after 5 years duel of Rafa and Federer's dominance.. However, the game seems more of power now and seems that likes of ageing Roger and injury prone Nadal would have more competition to keep up in top bracket..Maybe the Berdych, Del Potro, Ferrer, Tsonga et al would also add to the power game (and may be surprise) and make it another competitive year of tennis in 2013. PS: Just hoping i get to see Federer adding to his tally which...
Roger Federer Most Amazing Shots and Rallies at the first Grand Slam of 2012 : Australian Open in high quality - Fed moments against Kudryavtsev, Karlovic, Tomic, Del Potro and Nadal !!! Congrats to him on winning Rotterdam and Dubai 500. Good luc...
I haven't seen Del Potro since he beat Federer that one time and won the Australian Open. Ahhh that was a great match :3
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