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Melbourne - the Australian Open

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If it’s January it has to be MELBOURNE and the Australian Open.

Grandslamtennis.online have arrived in Australia for the duration of the first Grand slam of 2019.

Our photographic team led by Roger and Anne Parker, alongside our editorial duo of Bill Scott and Peter Rowe will be bringing you daily coverage of the mens and womens events. Live scores, reports and reaction and the best images of tennis online!

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Change your ways, Mouratoglou tells Serena

Serena Williams has to change her strategy if she is to win another Grand Slam, coach Patrick Mouratoglou told the BBC today. Williams hasn’t won a Grand Slam since returning to tennis after the birth of her daughter. She has

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Kenin comes of age with AO title win

American Sofia Kenin won an unexpected Grand Slam title out of the box on Saturday, defeating Garbine Muguruza 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 to claim the the Australian Open crown.. The Florida-based 21-year-old who picked up a racquet at age three and

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Wimbledon shutdown woes may ricochet to LTA

Wimbledon has guaranteed the jobs of permanent employees during the COVID-19 crisis – but the same cannot be said for worker bees at Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association. The Daily Mail reports that some at the cash-rich federation might have to

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Woodbridge doubts Federer longevity

Was this Roger Federer’s last ever Grand Slam Trophy – Australia 2018?   Photo Roger Parker International Sports Fotos Ltd. Former doubles ace and current TV commentator Todd Woodbridge has foolishly cast doubt on the staying power of Roger Federer

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Wimbledon cancellation buys time for Murray

The COVID-19 cancellation of 2020 Wimbledon has bought some extra rehab time for injured Andy Murray. But the Scot who owns two titles at the All England Club says the unprecedented situation which has rocked the sporting world will not

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  • News In Brief

    • Wimbledon shutdown woes may ricochet to LTA
      April 3, 2020

      Wimbledon has guaranteed the jobs of permanent employees during the COVID-19 crisis - but the same cannot be said for worker bees at Britain's Lawn Tennis Association.

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    • Delicate grass made the call for Wimbledon says Becker
      April 3, 2020

      The delicate and fickle nature of the Wimbledon grass courts forced the hand of the All England Club, leading to this week's cancellation of the Grand Slam classic.

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    • Woodbridge doubts Federer longevity
      April 3, 2020

      Was this Roger Federer's last ever Grand Slam Trophy - Australia 2018?   Photo Roger Parker International Sports Fotos Ltd. Former doubles ace and current TV commentator Todd Woodbridge has foolishly cast doubt on the staying power of Roger Federer after the Swiss owed to return in 2021 for the resumption of Wimbledon. With this summer's edition painfully ruled out by the COVID-19 pandemic, all bets are off for the 38-year-old legend, who is seeking to improve upon his record-setting 20 Grand Slam singles titles. With all of tennis shut down until at least July 13 and the sport facing an unprecedented challenge. Federer has said he will return to the all England Club. His last appearance in the 2019 final ended in heartbreak, unable to convert two match points against Novak Djokovic in the final, But Australian Woodbridge has cast doubt on Federer's  future. “The question that Roger will have to ask himself is how motivated is he to come back for another year?,” Woodbridge told AAP. "Or has this actually helped him? “But the less match play that you get in this period at that age, it’s so much harder to come back and recover once you start again.

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