Stan Wawrinka & Li Na
Stanislas Wawrinka (born 28 March 1985) is a Swiss professional tennis player. He also holds German citizenship as his father is German. Li Na (born February 26, 1982) is a Chinese professional tennis player. Li has won 5 WTA and 19 ITF singles titles./5
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Kerber is out of the at the 1st Round stage!! She joins Li Na & Stan Wawrinka as Aussie Open champs to lose in 1st Round
Kristina Mladenovic stuns Li Na PARIS -- Another day on the clay at the French Open, another reigning Australian Open champion bites the red dust. Li Na lost her first Grand Slam match since winning the title in Melbourne, falling to Kristina Mladenovic of France 7-5, 3-6, 6-1 on Tuesday. The loss came a day after men's Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka was eliminated in the first round. Li, who won the French Open in 2011 and was seeded second this year, ended up with 37 unforced errors on a cool and overcast day at Roland Garros. Mladenovic had only 25 errors. "Nobody say if you No. 2 in the world you have to win all the matches. I mean, this is tennis," Li said. "I think doesn't matter who plays today against me; I always lose the match today because I don't think she ... put a lot of pressure [on] me. I think today just I gave it away." In 2011, Li became the first Chinese player to win a Grand Slam title. On Tuesday, she said she wasn't feeling quite like her usual self. "I don't think I'm doing ...
Both the men's and women's Australian Open champs Stan Wawrinka and Li Na respectively lost their first match at the French Open.
French Open - A day after Stan Wawrinka loses, Li Na suffers same latest Australian Open champ to lose
Andy Murray drops to 6th in the latest ATP world rankings, while Stan Wawrinka is up to 3rd behind Rafael Nadal & Novak Djokovic. In the WTA rankings, Serena Williams stays ahead of Victoria Azarenka & Li Na moves up to third after her Australian Open win We want your rankings. Who do you think are the top 10 players ATP & WTA players, and in what order?
A Swiss won the Australian Open; not Roger Federer but Stan Wawrinka. An Asian woman, Li Na from China won the Women! Congrats!
Rohit at Australian Open: Wawrinka a changed man in search of a miracle Sports | Updated today at 03:47 PM By Rohit Brijnath In Melbourne Persist. Sweat. Evolve. Reinvent. If four words define an Open, these might qualify. Here, in a Melbourne January, was further proof that talent cannot stand still, risk must be taken and second chances do exist. Li Na, 31, altered her grip on her serve and her thinking on court. Stan Wawrinka, 28, has laced his game with a sterner aggression and looks a refreshed player. Roger Federer, 32, has healed his body and courted the net and looks relatively sharper. Ana Ivanovic discovered a newer version of self-belief and Dominka Cibulkova has re-found her finest self five years after a French Open semi-final. Change for the athlete, who is a creature of faithful routine, requires faith and warrants courage. Often the technique they use and style they adopt has worked well enough. Yet risk lies at the heart of greatness. Li explained this perfectly when she said, after years ...
Li Na vs. Dominka Cibulkova in the Aus Open Final tonight, on now. Go to channel7 to watch. Mens final on tomorrow night. Rafael Nadal vs. Stan Wawrinka.
Li Na is like Stan Wawrinka, incredibly likeable, incredibly hardworking, and often entirely underrated. Great to see them both in a final!
Li Na, Rafael Nadal, and Stan Wawrinka are the only ones who can keep a perfect 2014 alive.First, a perfect January on the line.
All the heat will be Down Under this Weekend!!! Dominika Cibulkova vs Li Na for the women's title and Rafa Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka in the men's final!! The Australian Open 2014!!!
All the first matches on RLA, Hisense and MCA are through as Serena, Kerber and Pennetta dispatch their opponents in straight sets and get out of the heat in record time. Plus I just found out that they aren't in fact the first players into the Round of 16. That honor belongs to Switzerland's No.2, Stan Wawrinka, when his opponent the young Canadian, Vasek Pospisil, was forced to withdraw due to a back injury that plagued him in his earlier matches. Next up on RLA...Spain's David Ferrer versus the unpredictable Frenchman Jeremy Chardy. Hisense...China's Li Na goes up against Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic. MCA...Men's doubles 1st round...Chris Guccione and Thanasi Kokkinakis(he's not completely gone) of Australia versus the Croat-Brazilian pair and fourth seeds Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo. Stay tuned for more.
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