Australian Open & Leander Paes
The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. Leander Adrian Paes (born 17 June 1973) is an Indian professional tennis player who currently features in the doubles events in the ATP tour and the Davis Cup tournament. /5
Australian Open Leander Paes Radek Stepanek Grand Slam Sania Mirza Martina Hingis Mahesh Bhupathi Yuki Bhambri Horia Tecau Rohan Bopanna Rod Laver Arena Mike Bryan Michael Venus Elena Vesnina Ivan Dodig Melbourne Park French Open Rod Laver Czech Republic
Leander Paes won the Australian Open men's doubles
Leander Paes continues to make us proud! I congratulate him on the Mixed Doubles win with Martina Hingis at the Australia…
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Rajeev and doubles partner Scott Lipsky came up just a bit short today in their Australian Open doubles encounter today against No. 10–seeded Leander Paes and Raven Klaasen. The score was close — 6-4, 7-6 (6) — in a tough draw against Paes, an eight-time Grand Slam men's doubles champion.
Dream weekend for Indian tennis It has been a brilliant weekend for Indian tennis! Yesterday, Sania Mirza started the gold rush by winning the Sydney women's doubles title. Today, Leander Paes captured the Auckland men's doubles title, Yuki Bhambri qualified for his maiden singles main draw appearance at the Australian Open and Rohan Bopanna won the Sydney men's doubles title!
Leander Paes to play with Hingis in Australian Open: Ace Indian player Leander Paes announced Martina Hingis as his…
It's official!. Leander Paes and Martina Hingis will be mixed doubles partners at the Australian Open.
Morning : The : • Nation celebrates 65th Republic Day today;Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is chief guest. • Addressing the nation on eve of Republic Day President Pranab Mukherjee describes corruption as cancer which weakens democracy. • Noted Scientist Dr.Mashelkar and Yoga Guru Iyengar to get Padma Vibhushan; Actor Kamal Hassan ,Tennis player Leander Paes among 24 people to get Padma Bhushan ; Cricketer Yuvraj singh and Cine star Vidya Balan among 101 people to get Padamshree. • Fog and cold wave affect normal life in North India. • In Egypt 29 people killed during demonstrations on third anniversary of uprising. • Churchill Brothers bag Federation Cup football title for the first time. • Rafael Nadal to clash with Stanislas Wawrinka in Men's Singles final of Australian Open today.
Australian Open: Indian hopes on Sania Mirza after Leander Paes crashes out: Sania Mirza and Horia Tecau storm...
Leander Paes out in the Mixed Doubles QF. So Sania Mirza remains the last Indian active at Australian Open. Mixed Doubles SF tomorrow.
India enjoyed a good day at the Australian Open on Saturday as Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna won both their respective doubles and mixed doubles matches to enter the third round of the showpiece event here. However, Mahesh Bhupathi's men's doubles campaign came to an end after a tight defeat. (Click here for latest on Australian Open) Sania first took the court for the women's doubles event and along with Zimbabwean partner Cara Black cruised to a 7-5 6-1 win in the second round against Monica Niculescu from Roumania and Klara Zakopalova of Czech Republic. (Federer eases into pre-quarters | Sharapova makes last 16) Later, playing with first-time Romanian partner Horia Tecau, she won her mixed doubles first round against Hao-Ching Chan of Chinese Taipei and Robert Lindstedt from Sweden. The sixth seeded Indo-Romanian pair erased a one-set deficit to win 4-6 7-6(3) 10-8. Veteran Indian star Leander Paes and his Czech partner Radek Stepanek, seeded fifth, recorded a comfortable 6-1 6-4 win over Italian Danie ...
BRYANS, PAES/STEPANEK, BOPANNA/QURESHI ADVANCE Top seeds and defending champions Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan reached the third round of the Australian Open with a 6-3, 6-2 victory over Robin Haase and Christopher Kas. The Americans are looking to win their seventh title at Melbourne Park. Reflecting on their success Down Under, Bob Bryan said, “It's definitely a combination of sometimes the new teams are trying to get their footing. The fact that we're feeling very fresh with that month, month and a half off. Upstairs when you're fresh, you can deal with adversity a lot better. We've gotten through a ton of three setters here. Not all the matches have been easy and not always have we played our best tennis here. It's just I think the freshness in the head has helped.” Fifth seeds and 2012 champions Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek moved through to the third round, defeating Daniele Bracciali and Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-1, 6-4. Paes and Stepanek produced 37 winners to just seven unforced errors en route to l ...
Leander Paes and Czech partner Radek Stepanek set-up a mouth-watering clash against fellow Indian Yuki Bhambri and his Kiwi companion Michael Venus in the third round of Australian Open.
Its unfortunate that two Indians will face each other in the Australian Open men's doubles 3rd round.Yuki Bhambri(with NewZeland partner) has a very little chance against veteran Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek in the elimination round.
Keeping up the ‘Paes’ Leander Paes turned 40 this June. Less than three months later on Sunday, he won his 14th Grand Slam title, combining with Radek Stepanek to clinch the US Open men’s doubles. The fourth seeded Indo-Czech players dominated their victory over Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in New York in straight sets making it 6-1 and 6-3 in under one hour and 13 minutes. This was Paes’ and Stepanek’s second major title together after their Australian Open win last year. At 40, Paes has eight men’s doubles Grand Slam titles under his racket and 14 overall. He also set a record of sorts, becoming the oldest man to win a Grand Slam title in the Open era. The feat is testimony to the willpower and character of one of India’s greatest sportsmen. And inimitably, Paes said it better than anyone could: "We both come from humble backgrounds and from countries where tennis wasn`t necessarily the number one sport. We both fought against adversity to get to where we are. So age is just a number fo ...
Happy Birthday Sania Mirza Sania Mirza (born 15 November 1986, in Mumbai India) is a professional tennis player, well known for her powerful forehand ground strokes. She holds the record for being the highest ranked Indian player for over a decade in between 2003–2013. In her career, Mirza has notable wins over Svetlana Kuznetsova, Vera Zvonareva, Marion Bartoli; and former World No. 1s Martina Hingis, Dinara Safina, and Victoria Azarenka. She is the highest ranked female tennis player ever from India, with a career high ranking of 27 in singles and 7 in doubles. She is the first Indian female player to surpass US$1m in career earnings; first Indian to win a WTA Tour title of any kind; and, by winning the 2009 Australian Open – Mixed Doubles Event, became the third Indian, male or female, to win a Grand Slam title (the first two being Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes). Mirza has also won the 2012 French Open – Mixed Doubles Event (her second Grand Slam title).
Order of play is out! Jarmila plays her second round Australian Open mixed doubles match against the number two seeds Elena Vesnina and Leander Paes. The match is scheduled on Rod Laver Arena, second match on after 7:30pm
Indians in action on Day 9 of the Australian Open - Leander Paes/ Elena Vesnina vs. Jarmila Gajdosova/ Matthew Ebden in second round of mixed doubles - second match of night session on Rod Laver Arena 5th seeds Mahesh Bhupathi/ Nadia Petrova vs. Katarina Srebotnik/ Nenad Zimonjic - fourth match on Show Court 2
Be sure to catch Kevin in his first round Australian Open doubles match with partner Jonathan Erlich. The duo play today (January 17th) against number 2 seeds Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek! The match will take place on court 22, third on after 11:00am!
Indians in action on Thursday at the Australian Open - Second seeds Leander Paes/ Radek Stepanek vs. Kevin Anderson/ Jonathan Erlich in the first round of the men's doubles on Court no. 22 third match. Stepanek won his first round singles match so he seems to be fit after his injury scare last week
By Haresh Ramchandani:- 2012 has been a mixed year for Indian tennis, though there have been some bright spots. Leander Paes won another Grand Slam title – at the Australian Open with new partner Radek Stepanek and climbed all the way back to No.3 in the world rankings (his highest in 13 years). Mah...
Paes-Vesnina end runners-up at Wimbledon: Leander Paes and Elena Vesnina will have to wait for their first Grand Slam title together as they lost the closely fought Wimbledon mixed doubles summit clash to Mike Bryan and Lisa Raymond. The fourth seeded Indo-Russian pair suffered a 3-6 7-5 4-6 defeat at the hands of second seed Americans after battling for two hours and four minutes. This is the second time in this season that Paes and Vesnina have ended runners-up at a tennis Major as they had lost the final of the Australian Open in January to BethanieMattek-Sands and Horia Tecau.
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