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Evergreen Benneteau Knocks Out Goffin In Melbourne

Allez, Bennet! As last hurrahs go, former World No. 25 Julien Benneteau is enjoying an Indian summer. The 36-year-old caused the biggest upset so far at the Australian Open on Thursday evening, when he held his nerve in his final season as a pro to beat seventh-seeded Belgian David Goffin 1-6, 7-6(5), 6-1, 7-6(4). Having fallen to No. 696 in the ATP Rankings two years ago, primarily due to abductor surgery, the Frenchman could have easily called it quits. But the sentimental favourite, w...

Djokovic Endures Early Scare In Melbourne

A shaky start from Novak Djokovic – five double faults in the first set – had to raise Gael Monfils hopes: Is this the day The Frenchman had lost to Djokovic the first 14 times they had played in their FedEx ATP Head2Head series, including during the 2016 US Open semi-finals. Only nine other rivalries in the Open Era had been more lopsided. But after Monfils took advantage of Djokovics slow beginning, the Frenchman fatigued in the Melbourne sun, and Djokovic settled his game enough t...

Thiem Had Done This Only Once Before

Dominic Thiem didnt have a lot of memories to rely on when he fell behind two sets to love against Denis Kudla of the U.S. on Thursday at the Australian Open. The fifth-seeded Austrian had come back from the deficit only one other time in his career (2014 US Open, d. Gulbis). Make that two times. Thiem advanced to the third round in Melbourne for the third consecutive year, hitting 57 winners and persevering 6-7(6), 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3. “Im of course more than happy to be in the third roun...

Top Seeds Make Quick Work In Melbourne

Top seeds Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo advanced their hopes of winning a second Grand Slam title together on Thursday at the Australian Open. The 2017 Wimbledon champions spent only 51 minutes on court during a 6-2, 6-2 win against Italys Paolo Lorenzi and Mischa Zverev of Germany. Kubot/Melo, who won the Sydney International doubles title last week, their seventh team crown in the past 11 months, captured 82 per cent of their first-serve points and hit 20 more winners than Lorenzi/Zverev (29-9...

Watch Highlights: Dimitrov Overcomes McDonald In Late-Night Marathon Australian Open 2018

Watch highlights of Grigor Dimitrov escaping a second-round battle against Mackenzie McDonald of the U.S. Video courtesy Tennis Australia. Watch more video and live matches at Photo: Michael Dodge/Getty Images....

Dr. Ivo Becomes Oldest Player In Third Round For 40 Years

Ivo Karlovic fired down aces – as only he can – on Wednesday to become the oldest player to reach the Australian Open third round in 40 years. Karlovic, who turns 39 next month, came through the longest match of the tournament so far with 53 aces in a 7-6(3), 6-7(3), 7-5, 4-6, 12-10 victory over Japan’s Yuichi Sugita in four hours and 33 minutes. “I‘m happy, but also very tired,” said 6’11” Karlovic, who towered over 5’9” Sugita. &ldquo...

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