Australian Open & Kim Clijsters
The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. Kim Antonie Lode Clijsters (born 8 June 1983) is a Belgian professional tennis player./5
Australian Open Kim Clijsters Todd Woodbridge Melbourne Park Grand Slam Li Na Laura Robson Petra Kvitova Maria Sharapova Grand Finale Serena Williams French Open Victoria Azarenka Carlos Rodriguez Dominika Cibulkova
Remember when Kim Clijsters won the Australian Open and also my heart?
Kim Clijsters joins Seven’s commentary team for 2016 Australian Open | …
Li Na Wins Australian Open In 3rd Trip To Final Seven months after giving retirement serious thought, Li Na made it third time lucky in an Australian Open final with a 7-6 (3), 6-0 win over Dominika Cibulkova to become the oldest women's champion here in the Open era. Li, who turns 32 next month, lost finals to Kim Clijsters in 2011 and to Victoria Azarenka last year. In between, she won the 2011 French Open in one of the many firsts she's established for Chinese tennis. Widely popular at Melbourne Park for her funny post-match interviews and wise cracks about her husband and his snoring, Li didn't disappoint the Rod Laver Crowd in her first victory speech. She first thanked her agent, Max, ''for making me rich,'' her coach Carlos Rodriguez and then her husband, former coach and constant traveling companion, Shan Jiang. She told him he was ''even famous in China.'' ''So thanks for him give up everything just traveling with me to be my hitting partner, fix the drinks, fix the racket. So thanks a lot, you a ...
Li was the first Chinese player to reach a Grand Slam final when she lost here to Kim Clijsters in 2011. Now Li will play for the Australian Open title against Azarenka.
World Sports News Robson upsets Kvitova in Aussie Open Melbourne-born English teenager Laura Robson has sprung one of the upsets of the Australian Open, ousting 2011 Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in an absorbing three-hour second-round match at Melbourne Park. The deciding set lasted 94 minutes as Robson overcame hot conditions, a slow start and a considerably more experienced opponent to win 2-6 6-3 11-9 in the early hours of Friday morning. Robson served for the match twice, initially failing to clinch it at 6-5 before steeling herself to serve it out to love when she finally got another chance eight games later. The 18-year-old, who moved to Britain at six years of age, fell a set down after a nervous start then trailed 3-0 in the deciding set before steeling herself for her stunning comeback. It was the second time in as many Grand Slam events Robson has produced a giant-killing performance in the second round. At last year's US Open she beat Kim Clijsters in the retiring Belgian champion's final s ...
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Trying to recall the last time I saw Kim Clijsters play this year. Can't recall anything other than the Australian Open. :/
A laughing Kim Clijsters chided commentator Todd Woodbridge at the Australian Open today over a text message in which he said he thought she was pregnant bec...
Still one of my favourite post-game interviews: Kim Clijsters with Todd Woodbridge at the Australian Open:
Defending champion Kim Clijsters wins opening match at Australian Open - Join Talk at:
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