Australian Open & Lukas Rosol
The Australian Open is a major tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia. Lukáš Rosol (born July 24, 1985 in Brno, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech professional tennis player. Rosol competes on the ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP World Tour, both in singles and doubles. /5
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overcomes illness to beat Lukas Rosol in Australian Open
Israel Tennis Player Dudi Sela advances to the 3rd round of the Australian Open after defeating Lukas Rosol
Top seeds Spain moved to the brink of a shock Davis Cup exit on Friday when their weakened team slumped to a 2-0 deficit at the hands of Canada in a world group, first round tie played on lightning quick Vancouver hardcourts. Novak Djokovic was in no mood for upsets, however, and earlier got right back in the groove after his Australian Open triumph with a crushing defeat of Olivier Rochus as Serbia surged into a 2-0 lead in Belgium. Holders Czech Republic were locked at 1-1 after the first day against a Switzerland side minus world No 2 Roger Federer - Tomas Berdych levelling the tie after Lukas Rosol had been outplayed by Stanislas Wawrinka.
Rafael Nadal pulls out of the Australian Open 12/28/2012, Chris Maduewesi, 0 Comments Pulling out from one tournament to another,Rafael Nadal today withdrew from the forthcoming Australian Open championship in January. Nadal who is yet to play a competitive game,since his defeat to Lukas Rosol in the second round of the Wimbledon Open,said that the combination of sickness and injury means he will not be fit enough to play in Melbourne. Only last week ,Nadal was forced to wirthdraw from the Abu Dhabi championship,because of a stomach virus. Speaking to the tournament’s official website,Nadal said : “I am sorry and very sad to announce that I will not play in the Australian Open,” he told the tournament’s official website. “My knee is coming along okay, but a stomach virus has left me unable to get ready in time to tackle the rigours of a Grand Slam. “Because of the virus, I have been unable to get any match practice and simply would not be doing myself or my friends in Australia justice if I we ...
defeated Czech Lukas Rosol to reach the third round of the Australian Open.
Milos Raonic on to 3rd round at Australian Open after 7-6, 6-2, 6-3 victory over Czech, Lukas Rosol. Next: German Philipp Kohlschreiber
Australian Open, 13th seed Canada's Milos Raonic eliminated Lukas Rosol of the Czech Republic to reach the third round
Milos Raonic dominates Lukas Rosol to reach third round at Australian Open
Australian Open update: Milos Raonic beat Lukas Rosol in straight sets to move on to the 3rd round, CAN Jesse Levine plays 14th Gilles Simon
NADAL SET FOR South AmericaN RETURN Sao Paulo, Brazil by ATP Staff | 15.01.2013 © Getty Images Rafael Nadal has not played in South America since 2005. Rafael Nadal is set to compete at the Brasil Open 2013 from 11 February. The Spaniard, who has not played at an ATP World Tour tournament in South America since 2005, has accepted a wild card into Sao Paulo, an indoor clay-court tournament. The former World No. 1 has not played a tour-level event since 28 June 2012, when he lost to Lukas Rosol in the Wimbledon second round. Nadal has been suffering from tendinitis in his left knee. He was forced to miss the Qatar ExxonMobil Open and Australian Open this month due to a stomach virus. Buy Sao Paulo Tickets CLAY COURT KING – Nadal has the best career match record on clay in the Open Era with a 254-19 mark (.930) and he’s 36-4 in clay finals. Here's a year-by-year look at Nadal's clay court supremacy since 2005, compiling a 227-9 match record (.962). and 35-4 mark in clay court finals on the ATP World To ...
Rafael Nadal still has no timetable for his return from a knee injury, and the 11-time Grand Slam champion isn't sure if he'll play the Australian Open in January. "All that is in my mind is to keep working hard to come back," Nadal said in interviews with European newspapers Tuesday. "I cannot think about the future because it's not like if you break your arm and you know you will have a few weeks like this, then a few weeks like that and then you are back." The Spaniard hasn't played since losing in the second round of Wimbledon in June to little-known Lukas Rosol. Nadal is recovering from a partially torn patella tendon in his left knee. "This is a day-by-day thing," Nadal said. "I have checks every day to see how I'm improving. I can't predict what will happen." Nadal could miss the ATP World Tour Finals in London Nov. 5-12 and Spain's Davis Cup final against the Czech Republic Nov. 16-18. As for the Australian Open, he was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying: "I hope you see me in Australia. That is t ...
TENNIS:- Rafael Nadal heads into 2013 with his career in freefall and needing to summon up the no-surrender spirit that steered him to 11 Grand Slam titles, the world No 1 spot and $50 million in prize money. The 26-year-old Spaniard hasn't played since June and on Friday announced that he will skip the 2013 Australian Open because of a stomach virus. But many in the sport believe that Nadal's lengthy battle against knee injuries, which have plagued his career and kept him off tour since his shock Wimbledon second round loss to world number 100 Lukas Rosol, remains his prime concern. "He told me he's not 100 per cent right now and wants to wait a little bit," said compatriot Nicolas Almagro, who took Nadal's place at the Abu Dhabi exhibition tournament where he had been due to make his comeback this week. "He doesn't want to play in Melbourne, it's five sets, his knee's not really good, he's not ready for that.
Someone heard Lukas Rosol will be at the Australian Open so he pulled out...
Nadal found out he had to face Lukas Rosol in the 1st round of Australian Open...his stomach virus immediately intensified!
Rafael Nadal has dismissed his chances of making a winning comeback to Grand Slam tennis at the Australian Open after targeting a return to full fitness by April.
Lukas Rosol is playing Wimbledon for the VERY first time. He's the world No.100. He has just won 18 matches and lost 32 matches in his entire career. He lost 6-0, 6-0, 6-2 to Philipp Petzschner in the first round of the Australian Open in January. He didn't even qualify for Eastbourne last week. THIS IS RIDICULOUS. No doubt today's match is the biggest upset EVER!
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