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  • Murray: ‘I can cry like Roger, shame I can’t play like him’

    By Nick Harris 31 January 2010 Roger Federer extended his record as the most prolific winner of men’s Grand Slam singles titles in Melbourne today by beating Andy Murray in straight sets to win the Australian Open. Fereder’s 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (13-11) victory gave him his 16th Slam singles title and left Murray, 22, in […]

  • Murray tipped to win Australian Open by “supercoach” Cahill

    16 January 2010 Darren Cahill, the former tennis player turned coach with Lleyton Hewitt and Andre Agassi among his former clients, has tipped Britain’s Andy Murray to win the Australian Open, about to start in Melbourne. The Aussie’s view is reported here in the Sydney Morning Herald, and he also predicts a decline in the […]

  • Bychkova ban raises questions over methods and secrecy of anti-betting unit

    12 January 2010 News that the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) has fined Russia’s fined Ekaterina Bychkova $5,000 and banned her for 30 days for not reporting an approach about match-fixing has only been widely dispersed now that John McEnroe has spoken out on the issue. That was a report from Seattle yesterday, and an example […]

  • The genius of Federer explained

    22 December 2009 Roger Federer was last week voted by American sports editors as one of the top five athletes of the decade. The Swiss polled 25 votes of 142 cast to come third behind Tiger Woods (56 votes) and Lance Armstrong (33), and ahead of swimmer Michael Phelps (13), New England quarterback Tom Brady […]

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