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The story of two tales- how the favourites Nadal and Murray were outclassed by these two…

Sam Querrey was the man last year to put a halt to defending champion Novak Djokovic’s remarkable 30 match Grand Slam winning-streak but little did we expect for him to repeat the trick this year… and neither did we expect Gilles Muller to stun Nadal in a near-to five hours thriller
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Posted in Australian Open, sport, tennis

Federer prevails but Murray packs up

Roger Federer booked his place in the quarter-finals after an enthralling five-set victory over fifth seed Kei Nishikori but on the same day, Andy Murray packed his bags after being outclassed by world no.50 Mischa Zverev

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Has Djokovic really collapsed?

It’s fair to say that the past seven months have been extremely difficult for Djokovic but signs at the O2 and a Qatar Open win over Andy Murray signified that Djokovic was coming back. However, there was to be another twist in the tale as Djokovic exited the Australian Open second round at the hands of wildcard and world number 117 Denis Istomin as we explore the centre to Novak’s recent struggles…

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Posted in 2016, sport, tennis

The best of 2016 in tennis

After all those years of thirst and starvation, Britain finally had a world number one- in the name of Andy Murray. The Scot enjoyed plenty of success throughout the campaign, claiming both the year-end number one ranking and the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals title.

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