Del Potro & Kei Nishikori

Juan Martín del Potro (born 23 September 1988) is an Argentine professional tennis player. As of 14 May 2012, he is ranked no. (born 29 December 1989 in Matsue, Shimane, Japan) is a Japanese tennis player, currently ranked World No. 2.0/5

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[Tennis]After losing back-to-back matches to Kei Nishikori and Juan Martin Del Potro at the U.…
Stan Wawrinka will face Kei Nishikori in the semi-finals after defeating Juan Martin Del Potro.
TO ALL THE TENNIS FAN LIKE ME Don't miss the final match of US OPEN 2014 Men's single. This year there not gonna be Djokovic/Nadal/Roger/Del Potro final but its gonna between the two most inspiring and promising player Martin Cilic & Kei Nishikori. I am a huge huge fan of Djokovic I wanted to see him in final & as for Federer do the same expected to be in final but I should say the two gentlemen Nishikori and Cilic was superb this tour. I am sure this could be a history that for the first time in decades the top 4 players aren't in final especially the recent time where Rafael, Roger, Novak, Andy has been dominant in Grand Slam finals. I love to see two young guns in final Kei Nishikori and Martin Cilic.. Both of the running for first Grand Slam and I go for Martin Cilic this time.
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 ...
Aus open draw: Tomic meets Nadal first round, lol. and my wife just commented that Nadal, Federer, Tsonga, Murray and Del Potro (and our personal fave Kei Nishikori) are in the top half of the draw. Djokovic will dominate the bottom half of the draw and win against whoever survived the battle royale of the top half.
Kei Nishikori the latest seed to exit the Rogers Cup. Follows Simon, Del Potro and Tsonga: via
Juan Martin Del Potro took out Kei Nishikori 6-3, 7-6(3), 6-1 and will face David Ferrer in the Round of 16 at Wimbledon. What do you think of the Juan Martin's chances of beating Ferrer?
Ninth seed Juan Martin Del Potro won his third straight match over No. 19 seed Kei Nishikori of Japan on Saturday at The Championships.
Juan Martin Del Potro defeated Kei Nishikori in straight sets at Wimbledon on Saturday, but warned the rest of the tour that the Japanese rising star...
Del Potro & Kei Nishikori prepare to play eachother in the third round. - Matthias Hangst/AELTC via
Isn't Kei Nishikori's wife really hot or something? (Seems like the only thing that's working for him today against Del Potro)
Kei Nishikori, you have to beat Del Potro and make it to the Round of 16!
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