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The first Grand Slam of the season will be underway from Tuesday, with the qualifying tournament in Melbourne. 

 

The Australian Open 2019 will take place from the 14th to the 27th of January, while the qualifying tournament will be played in the week before (three rounds, from Tuesday to Friday). Juan Martin Del Potro, Richard Gasquet, Jozef Kovalik and Vasek Pospisil have pulled out from the event due to injury.

James Duckworth and Zhe Li were the winners respectively of the Australian Open Play-off and the Asia-Pacific Play-off, as they earned a Wild-Card into the main draw.

 

Australian Open (Melbourne, AUS, Hard Outdoor), entry list:
1 Djokovic, Novak SRB 1
2 Nadal, Rafael ESP 2
3 Murray, Andy GBR 2PR
4 Federer, Roger SUI 3
5 Zverev, Alexander GER 4
OUT Del Potro, Juan Martin ARG 5
7 Anderson, Kevin RSA 6
8 Cilic, Marin CRO 7
9 Thiem, Dominic AUT 8
10 Nishikori, Kei JPN 9
11 Isner, John USA 10
12 Khachanov, Karen RUS 11
13 Coric, Borna CRO 12
14 Fognini, Fabio ITA 13
15 Edmund, Kyle GBR 14
16 Tsitsipas, Stefanos GRE 15
17 Medvedev, Daniil RUS 16
18 Schwartzman, Diego ARG 17
19 Raonic, Milos CAN 18
20 Dimitrov, Grigor BUL 19
21 Cecchinato, Marco ITA 20
22 Basilashvili, Nikoloz GEO 21
23 Goffin, David BEL 22
24 Carreno Busta, Pablo ESP 23
25 Bautista Agut, Roberto ESP 24
26 Chung, Hyeon KOR 25
OUT Gasquet, Richard FRA 26
28 Shapovalov, Denis CAN 27
29 Verdasco, Fernando ESP 28
30 Monfils, Gael FRA 29
31 Simon, Gilles FRA 30
32 De Minaur, Alex AUS 31
33 Pouille, Lucas FRA 32
34 Johnson, Steve USA 33
35 Kohlschreiber, Philipp GER 34
36 Kyrgios, Nick AUS 35
37 Fucsovics, Marton HUN 36
38 Seppi, Andreas ITA 37
39 Millman, John AUS 38
40 Tiafoe, Frances USA 39
41 Chardy, Jeremy FRA 40
42 Klizan, Martin SVK 41
43 Mannarino, Adrian FRA 42
44 Jarry, Nicolas CHI 43
45 Sousa, Joao POR 44
46 Jaziri, Malek TUN 45
47 Ebden, Matthew AUS 46
48 Dzumhur, Damir BIH 47
49 Lajovic, Dusan SRB 48
50 Fritz, Taylor USA 49
51 Haase, Robin NED 50
52 Querrey, Sam USA 51
53 Paire, Benoit FRA 52
54 Kukushkin, Mikhail KAZ 53
55 Berrettini, Matteo ITA 54
56 Herbert, Pierre-Hugues FRA 55
57 Mayer, Leonardo ARG 56
58 Struff, Jan-Lennard GER 57
59 Pella, Guido ARG 58
60 Gojowczyk, Peter GER 59
61 Copil, Marius ROU 60
62 Sandgren, Tennys USA 61
63 Harrison, Ryan USA 62
64 Kudla, Denis USA 63
65 Lopez, Feliciano ESP 64
66 Ramos-Vinolas, Albert ESP 65
67 Wawrinka, Stan SUI 66
68 Bedene, Aljaz SLO 67
69 Rublev, Andrey RUS 68
70 Zverev, Mischa GER 69
OUT Pospisil, Vasek CAN 70
72 Berdych, Tomas CZE 71
73 Thompson, Jordan AUS 72
74 Carballes Baena, Roberto ESP 73
75 Marterer, Maximilian GER 74
76 Nishioka, Yoshihito JPN 75
77 Klahn, Bradley USA 76
78 Daniel, Taro JPN 77
79 McDonald, Mackenzie USA 78
80 Andreozzi, Guido ARG 79
81 Delbonis, Federico ARG 80
82 Munar, Jaume ESP 81
83 Andujar, Pablo ESP 82
84 Tomic, Bernard AUS 83
85 Garin, Christian CHI 84
OUT Kovalik, Jozef SVK 85
87 Hurkacz, Hubert POL 86
88 Basic, Mirza BIH 87
89 Cuevas, Pablo URU 88
90 Tipsarevic, Janko SRB 88PR
91 Vesely, Jiri CZE 89
92 Norrie, Cameron GBR 90
93 Darcis, Steve BEL 90PR
94 Ivashka, Ilya BLR 91
95 Istomin, Denis UZB 92
96 Djere, Laslo SRB 93
97 Krajinovic, Filip SRB 94
98 Gulbis, Ernests LAT 95
99 Granollers, Marcel ESP 96
100 Donskoy, Evgeny RUS 97
101 Albot, Radu MDA 98
102 Opelka, Reilly USA 99
103 Karlovic, Ivo CRO 100
104 Fabbiano, Thomas ITA 101
105 WC Duckworth, James AUS 243
106 WC Li, Zhe CHN 253
107 WC Bolt, Alex AUS 154
108 WC Popyrin, Alexei AUS 147
109 WC Kubler, Jason AUS 113
110 WC Sock, Jack USA 106
111 [WC]
112 [WC]
113 [Q]
114 [Q]
115 [Q]
116 [Q]
117 [Q]
118 [Q]
119 [Q]
120 [Q]
121 [Q]
122 [Q]
123 [Q]
124 [Q]
125 [Q]
126 [Q]
127 [Q]
128 [Q]
Alternates:
IN Humbert, Ugo FRA 102
IN Mmoh, Michael USA 103
IN Sousa, Pedro POR 104
IN Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ESP 105
1. Sock, Jack USA 106
2. Sonego, Lorenzo ITA 107
3. Auger-Aliassime, Felix CAN 108
4. Lorenzi, Paolo ITA 109
5. Gunneswaran, Prajnesh IND 110
6. Donaldson, Jared USA 111

 

 

 

Australian Open (Melbourne, AUS, Hard Outdoor), qualifying:
OUT Humbert, Ugo FRA 102
OUT Mmoh, Michael USA 103
OUT Sousa, Pedro POR 104
OUT Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ESP 105
OUT Sock, Jack USA 106
6 Sonego, Lorenzo ITA 107
7 Auger-Aliassime, Felix CAN 108
8 Lorenzi, Paolo ITA 109
9 Gunneswaran, Prajnesh IND 110
10 Ruud, Casper NOR 112
OUT Kubler, Jason AUS 113
12 Lacko, Lukas SVK 114
OUT Ymer, Elias SWE 115
14 Berankis, Ricardas LTU 116
15 Bemelmans, Ruben BEL 117
16 Londero, Juan Ignacio ARG 118
17 Polansky, Peter CAN 119
18 Monteiro, Thiago BRA 120
19 Jung, Jason TPE 121
20 Trungelliti, Marco ARG 123
21 Baghdatis, Marcos CYP 124
22 Maden, Yannick GER 126
23 Harris, Lloyd RSA 127
24 Halys, Quentin FRA 128
25 Menendez-Maceiras, Adrian ESP 129
26 Bachinger, Matthias GER 130
27 Kecmanovic, Miomir SRB 131
28 Ramanathan, Ramkumar IND 132
29 Travaglia, Stefano ITA 133
30 Stakhovsky, Sergiy UKR 134
31 Rubin, Noah USA 135
32 Fratangelo, Bjorn USA 136
OUT Bhambri, Yuki IND 137
34 Berlocq, Carlos ARG 139
35 Novak, Dennis AUT 141
36 Bolelli, Simone ITA 142
37 Rosol, Lukas CZE 143
38 Moutet, Corentin FRA 145
39 Sugita, Yuichi JPN 146
40 Kokkinakis, Thanasi AUS 147
OUT Popyrin, Alexei AUS 148
42 Ito, Tatsuma JPN 149
43 Hoang, Antoine FRA 150
44 Moraing, Mats GER 151
45 Lestienne, Constant FRA 152
46 Bagnis, Facundo ARG 154
OUT Bolt, Alex AUS 155
48 Quinzi, Gianluigi ITA 156
49 Martinez, Pedro ESP 157
50 Gerasimov, Egor BLR 158
51 Caruso, Salvatore ITA 159
52 Dutra Silva, Rogerio BRA 160
53 Giannessi, Alessandro ITA 161
54 Koepfer, Dominik GER 162
55 Bublik, Alexander KAZ 163
56 Barrere, Gregoire FRA 164
57 Smyczek, Tim USA 165
58 Baldi, Filippo ITA 166
59 Otte, Oscar GER 168
60 Vanni, Luca ITA 169
61 Laaksonen, Henri SUI 170
62 Eubanks, Christopher USA 171
63 Krstin, Pedja SRB 172
64 Schnur, Brayden CAN 173
65 Milojevic, Nikola SRB 175
66 Vatutin, Alexey RUS 176
67 Arnaboldi, Andrea ITA 177
68 Majchrzak, Kamil POL 178
69 Ofner, Sebastian AUT 180
70 Nedovyesov, Aleksandr KAZ 181
71 Brands, Daniel GER 183
72 Martin, Andrej SVK 184
73 Safwat, Mohamed EGY 185
74 Uchiyama, Yasutaka JPN 186
75 Ward, James GBR 187
76 Escobedo, Ernesto USA 188
77 Rola, Blaz SLO 189
78 Gimeno-Traver, Daniel ESP 190
79 Mahut, Nicolas FRA 191
80 Moriya, Hiroki JPN 192
81 Evans, Daniel GBR 193
82 Smith, John-Patrick AUS 194
83 Watanuki, Yosuke JPN 195
84 Robert, Stephane FRA 196
85 Janvier, Maxime FRA 197
86 De Schepper, Kenny FRA 198
87 King, Darian BAR 199
88 Napolitano, Stefano ITA 200
89 Pavlasek, Adam CZE 201
90 Robredo, Tommy ESP 202
91 Paul, Tommy USA 203
92 Donati, Matteo ITA 204
93 De Greef, Arthur BEL 205
94 Troicki, Viktor SRB 206
OUT Kavcic, Blaz SLO 207
96 Molleker, Rudolf GER 208
97 Zhang, Ze CHN 209
98 Kolar, Zdenek CZE 210
99 Gaio, Federico ITA 211
100 Gutierrez-Ferrol, Sergio ESP 212
101 Coppejans, Kimmer BEL 213
102 Kamke, Tobias GER 214
103 Soeda, Go JPN 215
104 Horansky, Filip SVK 216
105 Hemery, Calvin FRA 217
106 Rodionov, Jurij AUT 218
107 Lee, Duckhee KOR 219
108 Lopez Perez, Enrique ESP 220
109 Arevalo, Marcelo ESA 221
110 Galan, Daniel Elahi COL 222
111 Giustino, Lorenzo ITA 223
112 Galovic, Viktor CRO 224
113 Domingues, Joao POR 225
114 Bellucci, Thomaz BRA 226
115 Moroni, Gian Marco ITA 227
116 Arguello, Facundo ARG 228
117 Krueger, Mitchell USA 229
118 Krawietz, Kevin GER 230
119 Brown, Dustin GER 231
120 [WC]
121 [WC]
122 [WC]
123 [WC]
124 [WC]
125 [WC]
126 [WC]
127 [WC]
128 [WC]
Alternates:
IN Griekspoor, Tallon NED 232
IN Clezar, Guilherme BRA 233
IN Clarke, Jay GBR 234
IN Kwon, Soonwoo KOR 236
IN Davidovich Fokina, Alejandro ESP 238
IN Sakharov, Gleb FRA 239
IN Harrison, Christian USA 242
IN Kuhn, Nicola ESP 246
OUT Karlovskiy, Evgeny RUS 247
IN Young, Donald USA 249
OUT Weintraub, Amir ISR 249PR
IN Ilkel, Cem TUR 250
IN Cid Subervi, Roberto DOM 252
1. Aragone, JC USA 255
2. Ymer, Mikael SWE 256
3. Novikov, Dennis USA 258
4. Masur, Daniel GER 259
5. Myneni, Saketh IND 260

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‘He Needs To Bulk Up’ – Tennis Great Cast Doubt On Alex De Minaur’s French Open Chances

John Newcombe believes it will be a few more years before the world No.27 reaches his peak.

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One of Australia’s most decorated Grand Slam champions of all time believes compatriot Alex de Minaur still has a way to go before he poses a threat at the French Open.

 

Former world No.1 John Newcombe believes the 21-year-old needs to improve on his physicality before reaching his peak on the surface. De Minaur comes into the Grand Slam high in confidence after reaching the quarter-finals of the US Open in what was his best performance at a major so far in his career. He was knocked out of the tournament by eventual winner Dominic Thiem.

Although De Minaur’s preparations for the clay took a blow last week after he lost the first round of the Italian Open to German qualifier Dominik Koepfer. The world No.27 had a set and 3-0 lead over Koepfer before losing. He is not playing in any tournament this week leading up to Roland Garros.

“I’d have to see the draw, how it comes out, but it will be hard work for him,” Newcombe told the Australian Associated Press about de Minaur’s chances in Paris.
“He’s going to have to do a hell of a lot of work. If he got to the quarters, it would be a terrific effort.
“He’s not going to be physically where he needs to be, just bulking up a bit, until he’s 25, 26.
“But he’s got a good all-court game and he understands the game well, so there’s no reason he can’t be a pretty good late maturer (on clay).”

This year’s clay-court major will be the fourth time the Australian has played in the main draw. In his three previous appearances, de Minaur has only won one match which was against Bradley Klahn last year.

During a recent interview with atptour.com, the Next Gen star gave little away about his expectations for the clay this year given the revised schedule. The French Open is taking place just two weeks after New York due to the COVID-19 pandemic which brought the sport to a five-month standstill earlier this year.

“Realistically, you never know until you step out and play matches. It’s a very quick turnaround, something that has never happened to play such an important event after a slam. I’m taking it all in, doing as best as I can and we will have to see,” he said.

De Minaur has won three ATP titles and has scored four wins over top 10 players so far in his career. He is currently the only player from his country ranked in the world’s top 40 on the ATP Tour.

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Novak Djokovic claims his 36th Masters 1000 title in Rome

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Novak Djokovic came back from 0-3 down in the first set to beat Diego Schwartzman 7-5 6-3 after 1 hour and 53 minutes in the final of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia at the Foro Italico in Rome. Djokovic claimed his fifth title in the Eternal City and his 36th Masters 1000 trophy and his 81st career title. Djokovic has become the oldest Rome champion. 

 

The World number 1 player extended his record in 2020 to an impressive record of 31 wins in 32 matches, including four titles at the Australian Open, Dubai, the Western and Southern Open in New York and Rome. 

Djokovic dropped his serve three times and earned five breaks of serve. 

Djokovic wasted a game point and dropped his serve, when he netted his backhand. Schwartzman hit four service winners in the second game to consolidate the break for 2-0. 

Djokovic made a backhand error to face a break point in the third game. Schwartzman earned his second break to open up a 3-0 after 18 minutes, as Djokovic netted another backhand.  Djokovic earned a break point chance and conveted it after a double fault from Schwartzman. 

Djokovic held serve at 15 with an ace in the fifth game to claw his way back to 2-3. The Serbian star forced an error from Schwarzman to earn a breka point in the sixth game and got the break, when the Argentine netted a forehand. Djokovic held serve at 15 to take a 4-3 in the seventh game. Schwartzman hit a forehand down the line winner at 30-15 in the eighth game and held serve with a service winner to draw level to 4-4. 

Djokovic saved a break point in the ninth game with a volley winner and held serve to take a 5-4 lead. Schwartzman saved a set point with a forehand winner and drew level to 5-5 after two deuces with a backhand the line winner. 

Djokovic held serve after a deuce to take a 6-5 lead forcing Schwartzman to serve to stay in the set for the second time. Djokovic converted his third set point to win the opening set 7-5 after 70 minutes. 

Schwartzman earned an early break at the start of the second set. Djokovic got the break back to draw level to 1-1 when Schwartzman sent a forehand wide. 

Djokovic hit a winner at the net to hold serve in the third game. Schwartzman hit four winners in the fourth game to draw level to 2-2.

Djokovic saved two break points in the fifth game and held serve with a service winner to take a 3-2 lead. Schwartman held serve with a drop shot. Djokovic won his service game at love to take a 4-3 lead and broke serve at love in the eighth game with a backhand down the line winner. Djokovic held serve at love to close out the final. 

“”It was a great week. A very challenging week. I don’t think I played my best tennis throughout the entire week, but I think I found my best tennis when I needed it the most in the decisive moments today, yesterday and in every match. That definitely makes me very satisfied and proud that I managed to find that fifth gear when it was most needed. Turning to Paris, I could not ask for a better tournament here in Rome. Another big title and i super pleased with it”, said Djokovic. 

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Stan Wawrinka Parts Way With Long-Time Coach Norman

Stan the man is on the look out for a new coach for the first time in almost a decade.

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It is the end of an era for three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka after he announced his split from coach Magnus Norman.

 

The former world No.3 confirmed on Monday that the two have decided to end their collaboration with ‘mutual consent’ following eight years working together on the Tour. Norman was last with Wawrinka at the Italian Open last week where the Swiss player lost his opening match to rising star Lorenzo Musetti. It is unclear as to exactly when the decision was made.

“After 8 great years together Magnus Norman and I have decided to part ways by mutual consent. We have had an amazingly strong, enjoyable and hugely successful partnership. We reached the height of this sport together and I want to thank him for helping me win everything that I could ever dream of winning,” Wawrinka said in a statement posted on Instagram.

44-year-old Norman is a former world No.2 player himself who reached the final of the French Open back in 2000. During his coaching career, he guided Wawrinka to various milestones in his career that includes 13 ATP titles with three of those being at Grand Slam level. The Swede has also been recognized by the ATP for his work with Wawrinka after winning the inaugural Coach of the Year award back in 2016.

“He’s been a great coach, friend and mentor and will always be a dear friend,” Wawrinka said in a tribute.
“I want to publicly thank him for all his hard work, dedication and commitment in making me a better player over the years. Winning three grand slams have been a life changing experience for me and I could not have done that without him. I wish him all the best in his next chapter in his life.”

The announcement from the world No.17 comes a week before the French Open starts. Wawrinka has been training on the clay for the past few weeks after deciding against travelling to North America to play in the US Open. Instead, he played in a couple Challenger events and won a trophy in Prague last month. Overall, he has achieved a win-loss record of 15-3 so far in 2020.

It is unclear as to who will be replacing Norman in Wawrinka’s team.

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