Australian Open & Jim Courier
The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. James Spencer Jim Courier, Jr./5
Australian Open Jim Courier Bruce Mcavaney Rafael Nadal Stefan Edberg Lleyton Hewitt Andy Murray Rennae Stubbs Darren Cahill Kooyong Classic Ana Ivanovic Hisense Arena Barbara Windsor West Coast Bernard Tomic John Newcombe Pete Sampras James Duckworth
Jim Courier didn't deserve the Australian Open in 1992
Only three men have won the Australian Open and Roland Garros in the same year: Rod Laver (1969), Mats Wilander (1988)…
2015 Australia Open | Day 1 - UPDATE! Ana Ivanovic is OUT of the Australian Open on Day 1, after being eliminated by Lucie Hradecka in 3 sets. Elsewhere, James Duckworth and Marinko Matosevic are through, so to Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray... Currently, Bernard Tomic is in action on Hisense Arena, against Tobias Kamke from Germany... Tomic won the first 7-5, lost the second 7-6, but currently leads the third 4-1. Commentating the action for you are Jim Courier and Bruce Mcavaney!
WIMBLEDON 2014 - 200m SPRINT Its the race that two teams on the ATP tennis tour have been talking about since the Australian Open this year. Andy Murray's strength & fitness trainer JEZ GREEN v Grigor Dimitrov's coach Roger Rasheed ( me). The banter has been terrific and now we are down to the day before the big race, money has been put down by Andy, Grigor, Jim Courier, Darren Cahill, Dani Vallverdu plus other members of the tour and supporters of my foundation as ALL the proceeds will go to the children in Extreme disadvantaged communities. Training has been minimal on the track but i feel Team Murray have holes everywhere going into the race- i feel like some of them want me to deliver a mind blowing run so they can have the ammunition on poor Jez for the rest of the year and beyond. They will need to galvanise real soon to create any fear on the day- i am ready. We will capture all the lead up and the nervous energy from both Andy and Grigor courtesy of the ATP TV guys who will be filming the event .. ...
Funny interview of Maria Sharapova by Jim Courier from 2007 Australian Open.
Oklahoma City – Despite playing in Wimbledon, U.S., French and Australian Open finals, Jim Courier will tell you he also gets pre-match jitters before playing on the PowerShares Series tennis circuit. Admitting to some first-event nervousness in Wednesday’s PowerShares Series opening event in Kansas...
Sound bite from two-time French and Australian Open champ Jim Courier prior to the start of the 2014 PowerShares Series in Kansas City
Jim Courier has spent the last fortnight forefront in the public perception at the Australian Open, spearheading the Channel 7 television commentary team and tasked with brandishing the on-court microphone to ask the victorious protagonists to share their innermost secrets with the watching millions...
QUESTION... Are the Australian Open post-match interviews the WORST in the world? on Jim Courier and co!
Was looking forward to watching the "Australian Open" then I realised Jim Courier is back to commentate in it... I'll be tuning out. JERK!!
BEST THING IVE READ IN A WHILE Risky predictions: Australian Open 2014 The Australian Open is back for another year so it’s time to make a few predictions. 1st Round Lleyton Hewitt defies the tough Australian draw by upsetting Seppi in the opening match. There is a wave of positivity from the media and fans alike with many suggesting it will be Australia’s year. This comes before a blitzkrieg on the Australians like no other. Bernard Tomic holds his first service game against No. 1 seed Nadal leading Bruce Mcavaney to declare Tomic the red hot favourite for not only the match but the entire tournament. Nadal then proves Bruce wrong by taking the next eighteen games to send Tomic out. Facing Federer, James Duckworth devises a plan with his coach to take an early lead, hope for rain and win the game on the Duckworth-Lewis method. The plan appears to be working with Duckworth up 4-3 and showers beginning to fall in Melbourne, unfortunately the Hisense Arena roof is promptly closed and Federer moves on to ...
In the fourth round of the 1991 Australian Open, Stefan Edberg gives Jim Courier a display of how to defend the net. Here\'s the backhand volley that gives him a match point in the fifth set.
35th Season of USTA Pro Circuit Kicks Off in Florida Ryan Sweeting, the new husband of "Big Bang Theory" actress Kaley Cuoco, is returning from injury, joining names such as Ryan Harrison, Donald Young, 2014 Australian Open wildcard winner Sachia Vickery of Florida, and 15-year-old Florida phenom Tornado Alicia Black as the 35th season of the USTA Pro Circuit begins this week in Florida with claycourt events in Plantation (men) and Vero Beach (women). The USTA Pro Circuit, the largest developmental tennis circuit in the world, is scheduled to feature 87 events this year, including eight $100,000 events and a record 36 tournaments on clay, and will award nearly $3 million in total prize money. The Plantation tournament begins a string of seven claycourt men's Futures events, and the Vero Beach tournament is the first of three consecutive $25,000 women's events to be played on clay. This is the first of two claycourt seasons on the USTA Pro Circuit calendar; the other begins in the spring prior to the Frenc ...
Jim Courier tips Novak Djokovic to claim Australian Open title, says it's do ... -...
Tennis Channel is expanding Hall of Famer Jim Courier's roster of tournament assignments to include the Australian Open, starting with the 2014 edition in Melbourne.
Tennis Hall of Famer Jim Courier talks with Dave Morris about the state of tennis, Davis Cup, the Australian Open, life on the road and who will win the Champions Cup in Oklahoma City.
West Coast boy Pete Sampras often brought Hollywood-style drama to the tennis court, but never more memorably than on the night at the 1995 Australian Open when he played Jim Courier in a quarter-final. Earlier that day, Sampras's coach, Tim Gullikson, had flown home from Melbourne having suffered his third stroke within three months, a manifestation of the brain cancer that would kill him. Sampras was in a bad enough way with blistered feet that needed attention three times during the five, ultra-competitive sets. What really cracked up Sampras, though, was when in the fifth set with the time well past midnight a spectator yelled: 'Win it for your coach, Pete!' Sampras began to weep and Courier shouted across: 'You all right, Peter? We can do this tomorrow, you know.' It was tomorrow and Sampras wanted to keep going. It was 1.09am when they eventually finished walloping each other to a standstill, Sampras winning 6-7 (4-7) 6-7 (3-7) 6-3 6-4 6-3.
FINALLY! Photos of the EPIC match between Djokovic and Wawrinka at the Australian Open! With bonus Jim Courier!
Thank goodness the Australian Open is finished, so I get a break from Bruce McAveney, Jim Courier, the rest of the moronic Channel 7 commentary team, the endless promotions for dud Channel 7 programs and the endless ads for Channel 7 sponsors.
To all my friends in Victoria... (Joshua) please can you attend the Australian Open and shoot Jim Courier cos as usual he is driving me insane and spoiling the match... thank you in advance :) xx
Goran Ivanisevic looks ahead to the Australian Open semi-final showdown between Andy Murray and Roger Federer.
Channel 7. I do love watching the tennis, especially the Australian Open. I must really love it to stomach what you make us endure to do this. I will now go out of my way to NEVER watch My Kitchen Rules... ever. I am still trying to figure out what meaning the seemingly endless repeats of Agassi's egotistical mini-series has. I am even somewhat over watching (my wife assures me) small breasted women bouncing on exercise balls. BUT.. all this... ALL THIS extreme tedium pales into insignificance when compared to having to listen to the inane and continuous waffle of Bruce "special" McAvaney and his partner in inhumane torture, Jim Courier. I really do love the tennis. but only the tennis...
The 2013 Australian Open will forever be remembered for the Burley Sports Bra ads at every change of ends.
When Jim Courier asked "X" how many towels he stole, in the Australian Open,he responded: Oh, we can do the math. Four towels per match x five matches = 20 towels. At $55 each that comes to $1,100. What does "X" do with the towels? "Give them away," he said, "because my friends all want them. I might take one, if that." Who is X?
Night 6 on RLA, as the end of the first week of the Australian Open draws near! Tonight, it's the one we've all been waiting for... Federer v Tomic! The Master against Australia's Number 1! Last year, it was Round 4, this time it's Round 3, but just as keenly anticipated! Whilst Federer won in straight sets last year, we expect a tighter contest tonight, given Tomic's unbeaten run so far in 2013, and ever improving form! Let's get Courtside, and waiting for us in the bunker, are Jim Courier and Bruce Mcavaney!!!
Jim Courier is everything I hate about the Australian Open.
One of the best things about the next week? Australian Open. Which means one thing. JIM COURIER!
Tonight Dash is back with Marvellous Mark Stone and Timmy Rosen in the studio from 12. Our listener question is, what is your favourite Australian Open memory? Be it a match, controversy or anything!
I'm excited for the Australian Open just to hear Jim Courier salivate and confess his love for Rafael Nadal. The commentary is hilarious.
Seven’s summer of Tennis: guide seven has revealed its schedule for its summer tennis broadcasts. beginning with the Brisbane International and ending with the Australian Open. For the first time, the Brisbane International, APIA International and AAMI Kooyong Classic will all air live on 7TWO. The Australian Open is on Seven and 7TWO Live on almost every broadcast in every city. Four new faces join Seven’s broadcast team for the Open this year, led by new host, Sunrise sport presenter Mark Beretta, and former Olympic champion Giaan Rooney who will report on all the action from out-and-about at Melbourne Park. The team will be led once again by the incomparable Bruce Mcavaney, as well as former world number one and four-time Grand Slam winner Jim Courier and Australian tennis legends Lleyton Hewitt and John Newcombe. Others to feature include Todd Woodbridge, Henri Leconte, Hamish McLachlan, Roger Rasheed, Sam Smith, Rennae Stubbs, John Fitzgerald, Basil Zempilas, Sandy Roberts and a host of the bigge ...
Jim Courier interviews Federer after his demolition of Roddick. Funny stuff. Make sure you check out my tennis blog! tenniswise.blogspot.com and also the res...
Federer's amusing interview with Jim Courier after his 2nd round win over Victor Hanescu.
Listening to the English commentators you really realize how much Jim Courier craps on during the Australian Open
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