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Novak Djokovic poses with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup, Royal Botanical Gardens, 28 January 2019. Photo: Ben Solomon/Tennis Australia. Share this. Novak Djokovic [SRB]. Novak Djokovic. Novak Djokovic poses with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup, Royal Botanical Gardens, 28 January 2019. Photo: Ben Solomon/Tennis Australia. Share this. Novak Djokovic [SRB]. Novak Djokovic.  The full match highlights of Naomi Osaka's championship win at the Australian Open 2019 with a 7-6(2) 5-7 6-4 win over Petra Kvitova. Share this. Naomi Osaka [JPN].

Novak Djokovic won a record seventh Australian Open title and a third successive Grand Slam as he swept aside Rafael Nadal in Melbourne. The Serb, rarely troubled on his serve, won 6-3 6-2 6-3 for his biggest victory in a major final over his great rival. Spanish second seed Nadal, 32, looked rattled by the world number one's intensity and made 28 unforced errors. Djokovic, 31, won in two hours and four minutes to move clear of six-time men's winners Roy Emerson and Roger Federer. Djokovic motivated by Federer's record of 20 Grand Slam titles.

The 2012 Australian Open Men's Singles final was the championship tennis match of the Men's Singles tournament at the 2012 Australian Open between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, at the time ranked the number 1 and 2 player in the world, respectively. In the final, Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal 5–7, 6–4, 6–2, 6–7(5–7), 7–5 to win the tournament. It was the longest Grand Slam final match (by duration) in history, lasting 5 hours 53 minutes, overtaking the record previously set by the 1988 US

Australian Open 2019 men's final. Venue: Melbourne Park Date: 27 January. Coverage: BBC Radio 5 live commentary from 08:30 GMT, live text commentary on the BBC Sport website, and watch highlights on BBC TV and online at 14:20. Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will renew their long-standing rivalry in an Australian Open final where both can create new records. Djokovic is aiming for a record seventh men's Melbourne title, while Nadal can become the first man in the Open era to win all the Grand Slams at least twice. Sunday's match will be an ATP record-extending 53rd meeting betwe

The tennis Open Era's most prolific rivalry serves up its latest installment as modern day greats Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic battle it out Down Under in the Australian Open 2019 final. Follow the action from Melbourne here.  The tennis Open Era's most prolific rivalry serves up its latest installment as modern day greats Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic battle it out Down Under in the Australian Open 2019 final. Follow the action from Melbourne here. Rod Laver Arena is the amphitheater for two Gladiators of the sport, and the respective world number one and two, to write another chapter of their storied history.

Novak Djokovic beat Rafael Nadal for a record seventh Australian Open title and 15th major overall. He has now also won three consecutive grand slams Melbourne (CNN) Seven years ago at the Australian Open, Novak Djokovic battled past Rafael Nadal in a historic, marathon final. On Sunday it was the same end result but more like a 20-meter sprint thanks to Djokovic's brilliance. The Serb crushed a shell-shocked Nadal in front of a stunned Rod Laver Arena 6-3 6-2 6-3 to become the first man in Australian Open history to amass seven titles. Visit CNN.com/sport for more news and videos. Tha

Novak Djokovic landed a historic record seventh men's title at the Australian Open and third successive Grand Slam after crushing his great rival Rafael Nadal. Djokovic vs Nadal: As it happened. The Djokovic years. Latest. More. Australian Open 2019. The Djokovic years.  Novak Djokovic is the wizard of Oz after he made history by claiming a record seventh Australian Open title. Australian Open 2019. Nadal: I don't have it yet. Rafael Nadal cited the five months he spent away from the match court for his heavy defeat to Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final. Australian Open 2019. Osaka dreaming of 'Naomi Slam'.

MELBOURNE, Australia — Between the points on Monday night at the Australian Open, Novak Djokovic was frequently wincing in pain and glancing at his right elbow. During the points, it was as if he were staring into a tennis mirror, as Hyeon Chung, his 21-year-old opponent from South Korea, rebooted points from extreme body positions and transformed defense into offense in ways that were eerily similar to Djokovic at his best. “When I was young, I just tried to copy Novak because he was my idol,” Chung later explained.

Australian Open 2019 Highlights: Another match, another drubbing for Novak Djokovic. The Serb was at his utmost best as he surpassed against Spain’s Rafael Nadal to record his 15th career Grand Slam. He defeated the Spaniard 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 in straight sets to surpass Roger Federer with most Australian Open titles. This is Djokovic’s third straight Grand Slam title after winning Wimbledon 2018 and US Open 2018. While lifting the trophy, Djokovic said, “I had a surgery exactly 12 months ago. To be standing here, and lifting this title, this is truly amazing. I am speechless.” Live Blog. Australia

Australian Open 2019: How 'scary' Novak Djokovic destroyed Rafa Nadal. BBC Sport. via BBC Sport.  Australian Open 2019 men's final: Novak Djokovic wins record seventh Australian Open in sweep of Rafael Nadal. Australian Open. Australian Open 2019 men's final: Novak Djokovic wins record seventh Australian Open in sweep of Rafael Nadal. Kevin Skiver. via CBSSports.com. 'Physically I couldn't push him': Nadal on his Australian Open loss to Djokovic – video. Australian Open. 'Physically I couldn't push him': Nadal on his Australian Open loss to Djokovic – video. the Guardian. via the Guardian.

Find latest Australian Open News. Check out Australian Open results and fixtures. Watch Australian Open videos and highlights on beIN SPORTS MENA Breaking News.  Novak Djokovic on Friday continued his quest for a record seventh Australian Open crown by swatting aside French 28th seed Lucas Pouille 6-0, 6-2, 6-2 to set up a final against Rafael Nadal. Djokovic demolishes Pouille to set up Nadal final. Pouille: Djokovic was too good. Pouille: Djokovic was too good.

Australian Open 2019 - Tin nhanh, Lịch thi đấu mới nhất. Xem Video trực tiếp Chung Kết giải Tennis Úc mở rộng 2019 hôm nay.  Australian Open chi bạo gần 1 tỷ đô: Federer, Nadal, Djokovic hí hửng. (Tin tennis) Úc mở rộng sắp hoàn tất sân đấu mới trị giá hơn 900 triệu đô-la. Tin liên quan. Federer vô địch Miami: Hạ bệ Djokovic, sáng cửa “Vua Grand Slam”: Mỹ nữ nhiều chồng tin Djokovic sẽ hạ bệ Federer

Djokovic Reaches Sixth Australian Open Final. Jan282016. ATP Staff.  World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is through to his sixth Australian Open final after producing a masterful display to defeat Roger Federer 6-1, 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 on Thursday night in Melbourne. The Serb will face the winner of Friday night’s semi-final between Andy Murray and Milos Raonic as he bids to win his 11th Grand Slam championship. Djokovic has won the title at Melbourne Park in four of the past five years, with that reign only interrupted by Stan Wawrinka in 2014. Djokovic v Federer highlights courtesy AusOpen.com.

Australian Open | Melbourne Novak Djokovic produced one of the great grand slam final performances to swat aside Rafael Nadal and become the first man to win seven titles at the Australian Open. The predictions had been for something akin to their near six-hour battle in the final here seven years ago but Djokovic had other ideas, taking just two hours and four minutes to.  JOE KRISHNAN. Sunday 27 January 2019 07:16. {{#singleComment}}{{value}} comment{{/singleComment}}{{^singleComment}}{{value}} comments{{/singleComment}}. Click to follow ES Sport. In Pictures | Australian Open Tennis 2019. 135 show all. In Pictures | Australian Open Tennis 2019.

In a titanic upset—the biggest men’s tennis upset in recent memory—Uzbek wild card Denis Istomin knocked off defending champion and six-time champ Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open today, 7-6(8), 5-7, 2-6, 7-6(5), 6-4. There is now a chasm—not a hole—in the bottom half of the draw. After winning four straight majors through the spring, Djokovic has now lost at the last three. But this one is a true stunner. The King of Melbourne, Djokovic was sent off by a player who needed a wild card simply to get in the field. Incorporating as many of your questions as possible: What happened?

Novak Djokovic was knocked out of the Australian Open in straight sets by South Korea's Hyeon Chung. (Cameron Spencer/Getty Images). comments.  The season-opening major often throws up unexpected results, but the back-to-back upsets Monday resulted in a longshot of a quarterfinal: Chung, the first Korean to reach the last eight at a Grand Slam, vs. 97th-ranked Sandgren, who had never won a match at a major or beaten a top 10 player until last week. The 58th-ranked Chung relentlessly attacked Djokovic — who is playing his first tournament since Wimbledon because of an injured right elbow — in the 7-6 (4), 7-5, 7-6 (3) fourth-round win.

Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray and won the Australian Open final on Sunday. No. 1 Djokovic won 6-7 (2-7), 7-6 (7-3), 6-3, 6-2, beating No. 3 Murray in four sets. It’s Djokovic’s third-consecutive title in Melbourne and his fourth since 2008. The only other men with four titles are Andre Agassi and Roger Federer. Djokovic is also the first man to win three consecutive titles in the Open era. Murray was in control of the match until 2-2 in the second tiebreak when play was momentarily paused when a feather floated on court. It was all downhill from there. Read it at USA Today. Djokovic Wins Aus

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MELBOURNE, Australia — Back on the court where he won his only Grand Slam title, Novak Djokovic overcame an early struggle against a journeyman Swiss player before advancing to the third round of the Australian Open. The No. 3-ranked Djokovic had nine double-faults and 52 unforced errors in his 3-6, 6-1, 6-1, 6-3 win Thursday over Marco Chiudinelli, the Swiss player who was playing in his first Australian Open. "I was well aware of his quality, and he played extremely well, especially in the first set and the start of the second," Djokovic said. "I was very lucky to get two sets

The six-time Australian Open winner, and former world number one, was let down by his body and betrayed by his own game which Hyeon Chung picked up and played better than Djokovic himself. It was like Djokovic was a playing a fitter, faster version of himself. Loading. Replay.  For the first time since 2007 Djokovic failed to win a set in a match at the Australian Open and on that occasion he was 20 and playing Roger Federer. Indeed, it has been more than a decade since Djokovic has failed to win a set at a hardcourt grand slam. Djokovic was beaten by the bespectacled 21-year old South Korean, who himself dolefully admits still no one knows him at home. Advertisement.

By Martyn Herman MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Six-times champion Novak Djokovic bowed out of the Australian Open in the fourth round as relentless South Korean Chung Hyeon ground him down to claim a stunning 7-6(4) 7-5 7-6(3) victory on Monday. The 21-year-old Chung, ranked 58th in the world, proved an immovable.

The Australian Open holds a special place in Djokovic’s heart, having been the place he won his first ever Grand Slam title. The Serbian beat David Ferrer and Roger Federer in straight sets on his way to the final, where he dispatched Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Since then, five more Melbourne titles have come his way and despite a second-round exit at the hands of wildcard Denis Istomin, the Australian Open remains a crucial part of Djokovic’s calendar. But the 30-year-old is battling a long-term elbow injury which could see him pull out of the tournament at the last minute. Federer, Nadal, Djokovic

MELBOURNE, Australia — Even by Australian Open standards, back-to-back shockers have resulted in a most unexpected quarterfinal. The season-opening Grand Slam has a tendency to be unpredictable, but losing six-time champion Novak Djokovic and fifth-ranked Dominic Thiem within a few hours on Monday leaves Hyeon Chung and Tennys Sandgren playing for a spot in the semifinals.  Djokovic was playing his first competitive tennis since Wimbledon last July, and had to remodel his service swing to take some load off his injured right elbow.

Djokovic wins Australian Open. The Serbian world No. 1 came out of top of a gruelling final to win 6-7 (2/7), 7-6 (7/3), 6-3, 6-2 in 3h 40 min on Rod Laver Arena. agence france-presse.  Djokovic, 25, became the first man in the Open Era and only the third man ever to win three consecutive Australian Open titles, joining Australians Jack Crawford (1931-33) and five-time winner Roy Emerson (1963-67). Murray, the British world number three, began strongly but he battled a left hamstring injury and blistered feet as Djokovic stepped up, winning the important points and most of the lung-busting long rallies.

Novak Djokovic has used the Australian Open’s heat rule controversy to again put pressure on the ATP Tour over their treatment of players. Just days after sensationally presenting a plan to establish a players’ union outside of the ATP Tour, Djokovic has stepped up his campaign while simultaneously delivering a public relations masterclass. After surviving his second round match against Gael Monfils 4-6 6-3 6-1 6-3, Djokovic reportedly said players were simply pawns used in a game played by tennis officials around the world. The former World No. 1 also dismissed reports he officially requested

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Australian Open: Djokovic d. Istomin. by: Steve Tignor | January 17, 2014. Tags: Racquet Reaction, Reports from Melbourne , Denis Istomin, Novak Djokovic. AP Photo.  Djokovic had done the expected, controlling the points with his returns, his speed, his consistency, and his ability to move his lanky, 6’2” opponent across the baseline without taking many risks. The fact that the man from Uzbekistan was nursing an upper left leg injury was another, unplanned factor in Djokovic’s advantage. But while Istomin is ranked only 49th, and has never found a way to construct or dictate points against the best players, he’s a shot-maker.

Six-times champion Novak Djokovic bowed out of the Australian Open in the fourth round as relentless South Korean Chung Hyeon ground him down to claim a stunning 7-6(4) 7-5 7-6(3) victory on Monday. The 21-year-old Chung, ranked 58th in the world, proved an immovable object, absorbing everything the former world number one could throw at him and returning it with interest. Djokovic, grimacing occasionally and flexing his elbow, dropped the opening four games and although he clawed back the deficit Chung took the opening set on the tiebreak.

Novak Djokovic came into Australian Open languishing at No 14 in the world. Serb beat Donald Young, Gael Monfils and Albert Ramos-Vinolas in first three. Hyeon Chung proved more of a test, with the Korean racing to a two-set lead. Djokovic battled hard in third set but 21-year-old proved too much for him.  Novak Djokovic’s departure from the Australian Open was pained and alarming: six months on from Wimbledon and his elbow is still causing him problems. Unlike Roger Federer last year, there will be no triumphant return from a long break, just a scan on the problem area and a discussion with his support team about where he goes from here.

Djokovic’s 2008 Australian title is his other Grand Slam victory. Murray has lost three Grand Slam finals, also falling to Roger Federer in the 2008 U.S. Open and 2010 Australian Open. Djokovic overcame big obstacles en route to the final, including a win over Federer in the semifinals. And this came just two months after leading Serbia to its first Davis Cup title. “We have known each other for such a long time,” Djokovic said of Murray. “It was difficult tonight.” About an hour after his win, Djokovic went out on a balcony on the concourse at Rod Laver Arena and lifted his trophy as hundreds

The 2019 Australian Open women's final ended with Japan's Naomi Osaka winning her second straight Grand Slam final, as Osaka edged Petra Kvitova 7-6(2) Australian Open Final Prediction Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal. Steen Kirby (Senior Editor) - January 25, 2019. 0. The 2019 Australian Open final is upon as two legends of tennis will face off. Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal is the final, with The Surprising Changes Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal Have Been Making: Amy Lundy - January 25, 2019. 0. In the ridiculously short offseason for professional tennis, Novak Djokovic wa

Australian Open mens betting on the first tennis Grand Slam of the year. Who will triumph in Melbourne? Find the best tennis odds for all available markets.  The 2019 Australian Open will take place from 14 January to 27 January at Melbourne Park, with Roger Federer defending his title. For information visit the official Australian Open site.

CROCKED Novak Djokovic was run out of the Australian Open by Korean young gun Hyeon Chung. Six-time champion Djokovic, broken in body but not in spirit, went down fighting. EPA. 6. Novak Djokovic was beaten by Chung Hyeon in round of 16 in Australian Open. AFP or licensors. 6.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: World number one Novak Djokovic hammered a misfiring Andy Murray in straight sets to win a record-equalling sixth Australian Open title and strengthen his grip on men’s tennis on Sunday. The Serbian world number one swept to a 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (7/3) victory in two hours, 53 minutes to hand Murray his fifth defeat in the Australian Open final. Djokovic equalled the tally of Australia’s Roy Emerson, who won the tournament six times between 1961 and 1967, an achievement that has gone unmatched in the 49 years since.

The six-time Australian Open winner, and former world number one, was let down by his body and betrayed by his own game which Hyeon Chung picked up and played better than Djokovic himself. It was like Djokovic was a playing a fitter, faster version of himself. Loading. Replay.  For the first time since 2007 Djokovic failed to win a set in a match at the Australian Open and on that occasion he was 20 and playing Roger Federer. Indeed, it has been more than a decade since Djokovic has failed to win a set at a hardcourt grand slam. Djokovic was beaten by the bespectacled 21-year old South Korean, who himself dolefully admits still no one knows him at home. Advertisement.

Djokovic, 31, has six Australian Open titles, his last coming in 2016. He’s also won the French Open once, Wimbledon four times and the US Open three times, the latter two of which he won last year. Nadal, 32, has won the Australian Open just once, in 2009, while he has taken the French Open 11 times, including last year. He’s won Wimbledon twice and the US Open three times. Below is all the viewing information to follow the action on Sunday. Time, TV, and streaming info.

3:30 a.m. Sunday, Montreal time (we’ll go with Montreal time, since Open Court, in about 16 hours, will be on the way home and getting ready to adapt back to it). Vs. A few notes before we start: -Tsonga, who is in first ATP final of any kind, never mind a Grand Slam, is currently ranked No. 38 in the world. If he loses, he’ll still be in the top 20. If he wins, he’ll rocket into the top 10. -The only two players ever to win a Grand Slam title in their first attempt were Gustavo Kuerten and a very young Mats Wilander, both at the French Open. -Tsonga’s parents, Didier and Evelyne, arrived as p

Six-times Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic has distanced himself from reports that he called for a boycott of next year's tournament unless there was an increase in prize money. | TNN | Updated: Jan 16, 2018, 17:00 IST. (AP Photo). MELBOURNE: Novak Djokovic, the six-time Australian Open champion, dismissed reports of 'player boycott', a call for increased prize money and even 'unionism' on Tuesday, saying none of that was discussed at a player meeting in the weekend preceding the first Grand Slam of the year.

Australian Open 2019 Live Stream Online (14 January to 27 January). Australian Open 2018 begins on Monday, 14th January 2019 with the first round matches with both mens and women singles events. The tournament will be played through 14th January to 27th January 2019. Every days play start at around 10:00 am Australian time / midnight uk time and there will be two sessions every day, second session starting at 05:00 pm local time.  Djokovic won the match by 6-1 7-5 7-6(3) scoreline and completed his sixth title win in Australian open. Andy Murray has now lost all four finals played against Djokovic in Aussie open.

MELBOURNE, Australia - Defending champion Novak Djokovic moved into an Australian Open final against Rafael Nadal after edging Andy Murray in a five-set, almost five-hour semifinal late Friday night. Despite appearing tired and sore after the second set, Djokovic rallied to beat Murray 6-3, 3-6, 6-7 (4), 6-1, 7-5 in a rematch of the 2011 final at Melbourne Park to reach his third consecutive Grand Slam final. After wasting a chance to serve out the match at 5-3 in the fifth and letting Murray back into the contest, Djokovic cashed in his first match point when the Scottish player missed a fore

Osaka is in a first Australian Open final (Picture: AFP/Getty). Kvitova coach Jiri Vanek: ‘ I told her before that I’m not gonna prepare her something differently. Just enjoy her game, thinking about yourself.  Djokovic: ‘I’m going to get out there and obviously try to dictate the play. But it’s easier said than done against Nadal. ‘Just depends how we both start.

Biggest match of the year so far! H2H Djokovic - Federer 22-22 (8-6 in slam matches) Latest slam meetings: 42. 2015 US Open Final Djokovic 6–4, 5–7  Djokovic may overtake Fed in their H2H! Anyway, probably Djokovic in 4, 2nd set to Federer let's all hope not! Likes: Tennis_Fever and Feather. JJGUY.

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