Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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Soderling targets Nadal scalp

Posted April 26, 2011 06:06:00

Two-time French Open finalist Robin Soderling insists he has the confidence to defeat Rafael Nadal once again on the Spanish superstar's favourite claycourt surface.

"He's a great player, especially on clay," the world number five Swede said overnight as he prepared for a second-round start in his debut at the Estoril claycourt tournament.

"But you have to go to the court thinking that you have a chance. Otherwise, what's the point? Nadal is the best on clay ever but he can be beaten. You just have to play your best tennis and have some luck."

Soderling famously beat Nadal in the fourth round of the French Open in 2009, paving the way for a final appearance against Roger Federer which the Swiss won.

Since that breakthrough, Soderling has become a regular member of the world's top five and reached the French Open final again last year where he lost to Nadal.

Soderling will be playing this week after missing the Monte Carlo event to let Achilles tendon and knee injuries clear.

His claycourt season debut last week in Barcelona ended in failure when he lost in the second round to eventual semi-finalist Ivan Dodig of Croatia.

But the Swede does not feel he is in a race against time with the Madrid and Rome Masters looming before the May 22 start of the French Open.

"I wanted to play in Monte Carlo but I wasn't ready. The clay season is long and now I'm injury-free," he said.

"I feel ready to play well. This will be a tough tournament with a lot of guys who can win.

"But I'm feeling good with my game and I've had two and a half weeks of practice on the clay. I have to be counted among the favourites," said the Swede.

The 26-year-old backed world number three Federer to do well on clay this season.

"He is always among the guys who can win events," he said.

But he also warned of the danger posed by number two Novak Djokovic, who is on a 24-0 winning record this season and is stepping onto clay for the first time this season at home in Belgrade this week.

"It's very even at the top of the game. Djokovic has beaten Rafa twice this year (hardcourt) but clay is totally different. Nadal is good on everything, but on clay he's even better."

The joint ATP-WTA event got underway on Monday with the women's section taking centre stage.

Russian top seed Alisa Kleybanova earned a 6-2, 6-2 win over Olga Govortsova of Belarus to reach the second round while two more seeds were eliminated.

Romanian Monica Niculescu beat number five Bethanie Mattek-Sands 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 as the American tested a recent hip injury while 2006 winner Zheng Jie of China crashed 6-4, 6-2 to Italy's Romina Oprandi.

Australian Casey Dellacqua played her first match since Wimbledon after a long injury period, beating Zhang Shuai of China 6-2, 6-1.

On the men's side, South African seventh seed Kevin Anderson recovered to defeat Dutchman Thiemo de Bakker 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 while Romania's Victor Hanescu beat Portugal's Rui Machado 6-3, 6-3.

Jeremy Chardy won an all-French battle over Adrian Mannarino 6-4, 6-3.

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Sunday, April 24, 2011

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Stosur positive despite loss

Updated April 24, 2011 09:23:00

Australia's Samantha Stosur said she has taken plenty of positives from her performances in Stuttgart, despite losing Saturday's semi-final to Germany's Julia Goerges.

Goerges became the first German for 15 years to reach the final of Stuttgart's WTA tournament when she inflicted a 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 win over fifth-seed Stosur.

Goerges will meet Caroline Wozniacki in the final after the world number one disposed of Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska 7-5, 6-3.

Stosur, who went onto reach the French Open final last year after losing to Justine Henin in the 2010 Stuttgart final, said she was disappointed, but also happy to have again reached the last four this year.

"I am obviously disappointed to have lost the match, but it is encouraging to have come here and played well," said the 27-year-old.

"I probably haven't played with this much confidence all year, I have come through and played four good matches.

"It is disappointing to lose, but it is definitely something I can build on."

Stosur will now play the Madrid Open, which starts on April 30, and the Rome tournament, May 9-15, before she focuses on the French Open, which starts in Paris on May 22.

Wins in Stuttgart over Spain's Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez and Daniela Hantuchova on clay put Stosur into the last eight before she picked up a valuable win over second seed and world number three Vera Zvonareva in the quarter-finals.

"It's an important time of year coming up for me now," said Stosur.

"I think I have taken a step in the right direction towards playing where I was going into the French Open last year."

With top stars Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters both struggling with injuries, Stosur is amongst the favourites at Roland Garros this year, but the Australian played down her tag.

"It's nice that people have confidence in me, but the French is nearly a month away and there are still things I need to improve before then," she said.

"Even with Kim and Serena two out of the draw, you still have the number one and three players in the world, plus everyone else going into the rest of the draw.

"I have had good results there last year, but you have to start from scratch again.

"Winning your first round match is the most important thing and I hope I can do so well there again."


First posted April 24, 2011 08:43:00

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Nadal makes Barcelona final

Posted April 24, 2011 10:22:00

World number one Rafa Nadal notched up his 500th career win overnight and clinched a place in the Barcelona Open final by beating unseeded Croatian Ivan Dodig 6-3, 6-2.

The 24-year-old Nadal, who won his first ATP match in 2002, became the second-youngest player to reach the mark, behind former world number one Bjorn Borg, who was 23 years and seven months.

Nadal will play David Ferrer in Sunday's final after the fourth seed won the all-Spanish semi-final against Nicolas Almagro 6-3, 6-4.

Spain's two leading players met in last Sunday's Monte Carlo Masters final when Nadal was victorious and he can stretch his unbeaten run on clay to 34 matches if he collects his sixth Barcelona title in seven years.

"(Five hundred wins) sounds a lot," Nadal told Spanish television.

"My career to date has been much better than I could ever have dreamed of.

"I'm very grateful to all the people who have helped me to have the life I have, I'm very fortunate. I want to continue enjoying it because you never know when it might end."

Earlier in the tournament, Dodig, the world number 56, had knocked out Robin Soderling, the last player to beat Nadal on clay back in 2009.

"6-3 6-2 in the semi-finals of a tournament as difficult as this is a little unreal," Nadal said.

"Ivan has played a very good tournament, he's had a spectacular start to the season.

"In reaching the semi-finals here he's beaten players of the highest level, so for me I'm particularly happy to be in the final.

"Ferrer is a friend and one of the most in-form players around at the moment."

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Stosur goes down in Stuttgart

 Published:Sunday, April 24, 2011 10:40 AEST

Samantha Stosur reacts during her semi-final against Julia Goerges at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix on April 23, 2011 in Stuttgart.

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Safina recovery continues in Fes

Posted April 23, 2011 10:23:00

Former world number one Dinara Safina's resurgence continued at the Fes claycourt tournament on Friday with a gruelling 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 quarter-final win over fellow Russian Anastasia Pivovarova.

Safina, who is through to her first WTA semi-final since her runner-up finish at Cincinnati in 2009, has won nine of her last 12 matches, stretching back to the start of Indian Wells.

Romanian seventh seeded Simona Halep, the runner-up 12 months ago, reached the last four with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Hungarian fourth seed Greta Arn.

The 19-year-old next faces Belgium's Kirsten Flipkens who never let Moroccan wildcard Nadia Lalami find any rhythm in her first career quarter-final. Flipkens won the first 11 games on her way to a 6-0, 6-1 win.

Italian veteran Alberta Brianti defeated America's Melanie Oudin 7-5, 5-7, 6-0 in a two hours, 45-minute marathon and will face Safina for a place in the final.


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Nadal untroubled in routing Monfils

Posted April 22, 2011 23:07:00

Rafael Nadal brushed aside French seventh seed Gael Monfils in a quick 6-2, 6-2 quarter-final victory on Friday which put the five-time champion into his accustomed weekend place at the Barcelona Open.

The top seed could be the first of four countrymen in a possible all-Spanish semi-final line-up at the Real Club de Tenis.

Locals have dominated for the past decade, with only a 2002 title from Argentine Gaston Gaudio interrupting Iberian success dating to Juan Carlos Ferrero in 2001.

The 31-year-old Ferrero remains in contention at this edition, facing off later against eighth-seeded compatriot Nicolas Almagro.

Nadal took just 75 minutes to post his 32nd consecutive victory on clay; he last lost on the surface against Robin Soderling at the 2009 French Open fourth round.

The Spanish world number one will face a semi-final against either Croatian Ivan Dodig or Spain's Feliciano Lopez.

Nadal has stormed through the field so far this year, losing just ten games in three matches.

He owns eight wins from nine meetings with Monfils, the seventh seed who was playing in only his second event since a wrist injury forced him out in February.

Nadal improved to 28-1 in Barcelona as he was untroubled by Monfils on a grey cloudy day after morning rain which produced the heavy clay conditions so favoured by Nadal.

The Spaniard never faced a break point in the one-way contest while breaking Monfils four times.


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Friday, April 22, 2011

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Nadal stretches clay streak to 31

Posted April 22, 2011 08:17:00

Top seed Rafael Nadal extended his current clay court win streak to 31 matches as the Spaniard overcame an early run of breaks to post a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Santiago Giraldo at the ATP Barcelona Open.

Nadal is bidding for a sixth title at his "home" event in seven editions after missing 2010 due to treatment on a knee injury.

He moved into the quarter-finals in less than 90 minutes, surviving a first set with five breaks of serve against a South American opponent.

But Nadal did not hang about after securing the opening set. He took a 3-0 lead in the second and quickly closed it out.

The number one was last beaten on clay at Roland Garros in 2009 by Robin Soderling in the fourth round.

Nadal now stands an ATP-leading 26 wins and four losses this season. He is 27-1 in Barcelona.

He will on Friday face Gael Monfils, who beat French compatriot Richard Gasquet 6-4, 7-6 (9-7) in their third-round encounter.

"It's never easy against Giraldo because he has a good backhand and plays well from the baseline," said Nadal.

"When he's playing well he can be difficult to stop. But I played well and didn't make many mistakes.

"Monfils will be a fantastic opponent. He's difficult to play so I will have to be aggressive.

"It will be a tough match," added Nadal, who has a 7-1 record against the Frenchman.

"Monfils can attack as well as defend, You never know how he is going to come out and play. He'll probably play very aggressive and I'll have to try and defend."

Seventh seed Monfils, a laid-back character in almost all circumstances, was deliberately refusing to consider the task ahead.

"I won't think about the match now," said a reluctant Monfils, playing in only his second event since a wrist injury forced him out in February. "I will prepare it just like any other match."

Monfils improved to 4-3 over his friend and compatriot Gasquet, not at his best after a pair of previous matches each lasting in excess of two hours.

"I got off to the better start, Richard started slow," said Monfils, who has played just ten matches this season.

"He did not come to the court in his best form today. I played aggressive from the start, that's what won the match for me."

Fourth-seeded Monte Carlo finalist David Ferrer got a Spanish win as he defeated Romanian Victor Hanescu 6-3, 6-2.

Austrian Juergen Melzer beat Spaniard Albert Montanes 6-7 (2-7), 6-3, 6-2 to earn a re-match of last weekend's Monte Carlo semi-final which he lost to Ferrer.

Ferrer has a strong Barcelona history, playing the semi-finals or better for the last four years and losing a pair of finals to Nadal.

Juan Carlos Ferrero, champion a decade ago, continued his injury comeback after eight months out with a defeat of Italian Simone Vagnozzi 7-6 (7-3), 4-6, 6-4.

He plays compatriot and eighth seed Nicolas Almagro, whose 7-6 (7-2), 6-3 win over Nikolay Davydenko earned a career-first top 10 place.


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Stosur reaches Stuttgart semis

Updated April 22, 2011 08:30:00

Samantha Stosur described her quarter-final win over second-seed Vera Zvonareva as the best of the year so far as she reached the last four at Stuttgart's WTA tournament.

The 27-year-old Australian fifth-seed battled back from losing the first set for a 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) victory over the Russian, who is ranked third in the world, in just over two-and-a-half hours.

Having made an early exit from January's Australian Open, Stosur is hoping to use Stuttgart to recapture the form which helped her reach the French Open final at Roland Garros last year.

"That's probably the best match I have played all year," beamed Stosur after reaching the last four of a tournament for the first time in 2011.

"It is very encouraging to beat a player as good as her in a tough, tight match."

Zvonareva repeatedly broke her racquet strings and even played parts of the match with her coach's racquet.

After the Russian had dominated the first set, the match turned in the second when the 26-year-old needed lengthy treatment for a problem with her right shoulder with the score at 2-1 to the Russian.

Stosur capitalised with a series of strong serves to take a 5-3 lead when she then broke the Russian to take the third set.

There was drama in the third with the scores locked at 5-5 as both players broke the other to set up the tie-break.

Stosur raced into a 5-0 lead before Zvonareva rallied briefly, but the Australian hung on to go into the semi-finals, where she will play Germany's Julia Goerges.

Gorerges, ranked 32nd in the world, beat the Australian's doubles partner Sabine Lisicki 6-4, 6-4.

"I am not surprised the Germans are doing so well here," said Stosur.

"They have good players and a lot of support here after their Fed Cup win.

"I have been playing with Sabine this week, so I know what a good player she is."

Meanwhile world number one Caroline Wozniacki avenged her shock Miami defeat to Andrea Petkovic by battling back to beat the German crowd favourite 6-4, 6-1.

Despite finding herself 4-1 down after just 21 minutes of the first set, the 20-year-old Danish top seed roared back to break Petkovic, ranked 19th in the world, three times to take the opener.

Petkovic then ran out of steam and the 23-year-old had few answers as Wozniacki blazed into a 5-0 lead in the second set.

"It was tough for me to come back in the first set," admitted Wozniacki, who has won her last seven matches after also winning the Charleston tournament.

"I am sorry I beat the home favourite, but I hope the crowd will support me now.

"I feel very good at the moment, my volleys were working really well, which they haven't always done, and I played some good shots."

Wozniacki will now play Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska in Saturday's semi-final after the 22-year-old needed two hours to beat German wild-card Kristina Barrois 7-5, 6-3.


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Stosur downs Zvonareva

 Published:Friday, April 22, 2011 1:02 AEST

Samantha Stosur celebrates after winning her quarter-final against Vera Zvonareva on April 21, 2011 in Stuttgart, Germany.

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Nadal returns against Giraldo

 Published:Friday, April 22, 2011 1:05 AEST

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Posted April 21, 2011 08:32:00

World number one Rafa Nadal began his quest for a sixth Barcelona Open title in seven years by trouncing fellow Spaniard Daniel Gimeno-Traver 6-1, 6-1 in their second round match.

The top seed, coming off a seventh straight Monte Carlo Masters crown on his favoured clay surface, took his phenomenal winning record on the red dust since 2005 to 182-6 to set up a last-16 clash against Colombian Santiago Giraldo.

The Wimbledon, French Open and US Open champion sealed victory on his second match point with a trademark forehand winner down the line that his 60th-ranked opponent was unable to get a racket on.

"I played quite a good match," Nadal said in an interview with Spanish television.

"At times he made more mistakes than probably he usually would and I was able to make the most of that," added the 24-year-old, who missed last year's edition due to injury.

"I am very pleased to be back here in Barcelona after not being able to make it last time."

Third seed Robin Soderling had a day to forget when he was upset 6-2, 6-4 by unseeded Croat Ivan Dodig.

The Swede, runner-up at the French Open for the last two years, had his serve broken five times by the 56th-ranked Dodig and misses out on a possible meeting with Nadal in Saturday's semi-finals.

Fourth-seeded Spaniard David Ferrer, beaten by Nadal in the final in Monte Carlo, eased through with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Carlos Berlocq of Argentina.

Unseeded Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero beat Germany's Mischa Zverev, who replaced injured second seed Andy Murray, 6-4, 7-5.


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Zvonareva labours into third round

Posted April 20, 2011 22:23:00

Russian second-seed Vera Zvonareva struggled to beat Fed Cup team-mate Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova to book her place in the last eight at Stuttgart's WTA tournament on Wednesday.

The 26-year-old Zvonareva, ranked third in the world, recovered from losing the first set to seal a 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 win over Pavlyuchenkova, 19, who was also part of the Russian team which white-washed champions Italy 5-0 in Moscow last weekend.

Zvonareva admitted it was no surprise to lose the opening set as she struggled to cope with her first appearance of the year on clay.

She increased her confidence as the two hour-long match wore on before blasting down three aces in the third set.

Zvonareva now faces Australia's Samantha Stosur or Daniela Hantuchova in Thursday's quarter-finals.

"She's good, we'll be seeing more of her in the future," said Zvonareva of her teenage opponent, who is on the verge of breaking into the world's top 20.

"It was my first game on clay this season, so I just hung in there.

"Last week I was practising with her a lot, but it is totally different in a match situation.

"It was hard to go out and play her, but it's part of the job."

The Russian said she is looking forward to getting in some clay-court practise here ahead of next month's French Open.

"I have been injured for the last couple of clay-court seasons, I know I can play well on the surface, I just need to get some practise in," she said.

There was a shock here as French eighth-seed Marion Bartoli was beaten in straight sets 6-4, 6-2 by German wild-card Kristina Barrios in just 85 minutes.

The German brushed off her ranking of 79th in the world to blast four aces down at her French opponent, who hit four double faults.

Barrios faces either third-seed Italian Francesca Schiavone or Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska, who meet later, in the quarter-finals.


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Prize money boost for Wimbledon

Posted April 20, 2011 15:21:00

Wimbledon's singles champions will benefit from a prize money rise taking their earnings to 1.1 million pounds ($1.7 million) at the 2011 Championships, organisers announced on Tuesday.

If men's champion Rafael Nadal and women's winner Serena Williams successfully defend the titles they won last year they will bank a cheque that represents a 10 per cent rise of 100,000 pounds on the 1 million pound prize awarded 12 months ago.

Although the rest of the world continues to endure tough times as the global financial recession continues, there is no sign of the All England Club tightening its belt.

The singles runners-up will earn 550,000 pounds, the beaten semi-finalists will get 275,000 and even a first-round loser pockets 11,500 for their efforts.

The total prize money for the 125th Championships, which run from June 20 to July 3, is now 14.6 million, a 6.4 per cent increase on last year's amount.

Phillip Brook, the new chairman of the All England Club, defended the announcement of the rises on Tuesday and said: "Leading international sports events such as Wimbledon are all about the quality of the players on show.

"In the competitive world of top-level sport, it is important that we offer prize money which suitably rewards the players both for the box office appeal they bring to the event and their supreme performances on court."

Although Wimbledon remains one of the sport's biggest cash cows, the tournament's bosses are concerned that other tennis events in the United Kingdon could be hit by withdrawals from star players concerned by high taxation.

Athletes who compete in individual sports like tennis and golf are currently taxed a percentage of their endorsements for each day they spend in the UK, whereas team sports like football are exempt from those rules.

Wimbledon's ability to offer such high sums is helped by the worldwide popularity of the tournament, which guarantees another year of capacity crowds during the two-week event and huge commercial revenue.

The overall ground capacity will be up to 38,500 this year as the new 2,000-capacity Court 3 is now ready for use.

It will be the fourth court at Wimbledon to have the Hawkeye system that allows players to challenge calls, while there is also a new Court 4 that takes the number of courts in use back up to 19 from 17 last year.


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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Wimbledon 2009 Mens Final - Federer vs Roddick

Wimbledon 2009 Mens Final - Federer vs RoddickRoger Federer became tennis' greatest men's champion, watched by a legion of champions, as he beat Andy Roddick 5-7 7-6 (8-6) 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 16-14 in four hours and 16 minutes to claim his sixth Wimbledon crown. It was also a record 15th Grand Slam title for the Swiss master, overhauling the total of Pete Sampras who was in the Royal Box along with fellow legends Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver.

It was a truly momentous climax to the 2009 Championships as the 27-year-old Swiss became the most successful man in the sport. Sampras, previous holder of that title, had been an unannounced surprise visitor to Wimbledon where he has not been seen since 2002.

In terms of match time, it was not quite as long as last year s battle between Federer and Rafael Nadal, but it soon took on similarly epic proportions. And for much of the match, it seemed that Roddick would emulate Nadal's feat as he hammered away at his opponent. Federer wavered a few times, but never toppled and in the end won on merit. He returns to number one in the world, too, by way of yet another win bonus.

That this was going to be a contest between two big blasters was evident from the opening game, when Roddick slammed down two aces and in the next Federer replied with a couple of his own. That Federer had won 18 of their previous 20 matches was not a consideration on this day. For a start, Roddick, white cap pulled low over his eyes, was clearly a fitter and slimmer version of the man who had already lost to Federer in two Wimbledon finals, and he matched Federer stride for stride, shot for shot, ace for ace as they hurtled through the opening set, completing 10 games in just 25 minutes.

So to the deciding set, with Federer threatening to strike early as he reached break point for the sixth time in the match, only to be frustrated again as the American pumped down his 20th ace at 138mph. With no tiebreak in the fifth set, this one had to be played out. And so it was, amid mounting excitement and with Federer beginning to show the first signs of uncertainty.

This reached a climax as Federer faced two break points at 8-8, only to serve his way out of trouble and as the games ascended into double figures for each man the set became the longest fifth set in Wimbledon's history.

Federer's ace count passed the 50 mark and then, finally, it was Roddick who cracked in the 30th game of the set. Three mishits off the frame indicated he was fatigued and when Federer was offered the first Championship point he grabbed it eagerly, leaping into the air with joy as another Roddick mis-hit sailed long.

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Injury rules Murray out of Barcelona

Posted April 20, 2011 12:46:00

Third seed Andy Murray has withdrawn from the Barcelona Open to let his right elbow injury from last week properly heal in the run-up to Roland Garros.

"Under doctor's advice I have had to withdraw from the Godo tournament due to my elbow injury. I'm going to take four or five days of rest," said Murray, who had tested his problem without much success on a side court at the Real Club de Tenis.

Witnesses said the player's fitness looked questionable as he tried to serve, 72 hours after he had to take a pain-killing cortisone injection in order to play a Monte Carlo Masters semi-final against Rafael Nadal.

Murray will hope to be fit for the Madrid and Rome Masters events, which precede the May 22 start of the French Open.

On the court, French ninth seed Richard Gasquet booked into the second round with a 2-6, 7-6 (7-2), 6-4 defeat of Juan Ignacio Chela.

Gasquet, a third-round victim last week in Monte Carlo against Nadal, fought for more than two and a half hours to put out his Argentine opponent, overcoming six potentially costly double-faults against Chela.

World number 17 Gasquet faced 11 break points, saving six, while breaking clay court specialist Chela four times.

He will next play Slovenian Blaze Kavcic.

Former US Open winner Juan Carlos Ferrero, 2001 champion in Barcelona, made a winning return in his first match since last year after undergoing surgery on his wrist and knee in October.

The veteran Spaniard reached the second round by beating Belgian Xavier Malisse 6-4, 6-2.

He now has a 26-9 win-loss record in Barcelona, where he has played finals in 2000 (lost to Marat Safin) and 2005 (lost to Nadal).

"I had some discomfort at first, but after I warmed up I felt better," said Ferrero.

"It did hurt everywhere at the end and it was hard to close out the win. But I'm happy, everything went well."

Japan's Kei Nishikori advanced when Spain's Per Riba retired injured at 6-2 down after the first set.

The same fate befell this month's Casablanca champion Potito Starace of Italy, who could not go on against Spaniard Daniel Gimeno-Traver with the score 4-6, 6-1, 2-0 in Gimeno-Traver's favour.

Gimeno-Traver will next face five-time champion Nadal, fresh from a seventh consecutive title at Monte Carlo, where he defeated Barcelona fourth seed David Ferrer.

In other results, Croatian Ivan Dodig defeated Frenchman Vincent Millot 6-2, 6-3, while the last remaining German, Simon Greul, eliminated the only American in the singles field with a 6-4, 6-4 defeat of Robert Kendrick.


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Wimbledon Classic Match: Federer vs Sampras

Wimbledon Classic Match: Federer vs SamprasIn many ways Federer is much like the man he succeeded at the All England Club in 2001.

Federer showed his former idol the door with a sensational performance. The fourth-round thriller ended Sampras' remarkable reign - at least for the moment.

Sampras held a set point in the opening tiebreaker, but Federer erased it with a service winner. Sampras then lost the set four points later when he dumped an easy backhand into the net, and the battle was on.

Wearing a bandana and ponytail, Federer looks nothing like Sampras but plays with the same stylish ease and seems comfortable at the net. Much of the time the modest and unassuming Swiss star had the better serve, and he confidently closed out the third set with three consecutive service winners and an ace that kicked up chalk.

Sampras played his best tennis in the final two sets, smashing serves at up to 136 mph and looking like the champion of old at the net. Serving in the final game, he misplayed two volleys and fell behind 15-40. Federer then played a superb return winner - something he had done repeatedly over the previous 3 1/2 hours - and fell to his knees with glee before keeling over onto the turf.

The usually composed player could no longer hide his emotions and broke down with tears of joy.

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Dokic struck down by illness

Posted April 20, 2011 12:06:00

Jelena Dokic has been forced to pull out of the WTA event in Morocco with a viral illness.

The Australian missed last week's Fed Cup defeat to Ukraine in Melbourne citing exhaustion.

Top seed Aravane Rezai of France won her first round match 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 over Arantxa Rus of Netherlands.

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Stosur through to second round in Stuttgart

Updated April 19, 2011 22:10:00

Australia's Samantha Stosur booked her place in the second round of Stuttgart's WTA tournament with a straight sets win over Spain's Maria-Jose Martinez Sanchez on Tuesday.

The 26-year-old fifth seed, who reach last year's final here, needed just 80 minutes to see off the Spaniard for a 7-5, 6-1 win and the Australian now faces Slovakia's Daniela Hantuchova in the second round.

The Slovakian also had few problems at the indoor-clay tournament - a warm-up for next month's Roland Garros - as she also enjoyed a 7-5, 6-3 win over Romania's Alexandra Dulgheru, who is above her in the world rankings.


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I must keep improving: Nadal

Posted April 19, 2011 16:14:00

Rafa Nadal says he must try to keep improving his game after securing a seventh straight Monte Carlo Masters title at the weekend.

The world number one beat fellow Spaniard David Ferrer 6-4, 7-5 in the final but explained he was still a little rusty on clay, his favourite surface.

"I'm pleased with how the first week (on clay) has gone," Nadal said.

"I need to use the confidence from the first week to keep improving. I have to be more aggressive, to serve better and to finish off points more emphatically and with more authority."

After Barcelona, Nadal will compete in Madrid, Rome and then at the French Open in Paris, giving him three possible chances of a clash with in-form Serbian Novak Djokovic.

The world number two has won 24 successive matches in 2011, including final victories over Nadal at Indian Wells and Miami, and a claycourt showdown between the two is eagerly anticipated.

It was put to Nadal that Djokovic rather than Roger Federer was now his main rival for the number one spot.

"He (Djokovic) has started very well and I congratulate him," said the five-times French Open champion.

"Roger and I have played many important matches, with great moments for each of us. The year is very long and he (Djokovic) is in a privileged position but unfortunately I have to worry about many others as well.

"I'm not invincible on clay. I have lost before and unfortunately I have plenty more games I will lose in the future. It has gone well for me in recent years but no one is perfect."

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Stosur continues slide down rankings

Posted April 19, 2011 06:56:00

Samantha Stosur has dropped down to number seven in the latest WTA rankings.

The out-of-form Stosur has been replaced at number six by China's Australian Open finalist Li Na.

Jarmila Groth is the next best Australian at number 30, with Jelena Dokic up to number 61.

Injured two-time major winner Lleyton Hewitt remains Australia's top ranked men's player also at number 61.

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Nadal triumphs in Monte Carlo

Published:Monday, April 18, 2011 9:58 AESTExpires:Sunday, July 17, 2011 9:58 AEST

World number one tennis player Rafael Nadal has defeated Spanish compatriot David Ferrer to win the Masters event in Monaco.

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Nadal wins yet again in Monte Carlo

Published: 18/04/2011 06:18:51

Rafael Nadal bites the trophy as he celebrates defeating David Ferrer of Spain in the Monte Carlo Masters final on April 17, 2011 in Monaco.

Nadal wins yet again in Monte Carlo

Rafael Nadal bites the trophy as he celebrates defeating David Ferrer of Spain in the Monte Carlo Masters final on April 17, 2011 in Monaco.

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Monte Carlo now seventh heaven for Nadal

Posted April 18, 2011 05:55:00

Rafael Nadal pronounced himself 'a lucky guy' after sweeping to a seventh straight title at the Monte Carlo Masters as he dispatched fellow Spaniard David Ferrer 6-4, 7-5 on Sunday.

"It would have been impossible to imagine a few years ago winning seven titles here," Nadal said after a victory in 2 hours 16 minutes, his 12th of 16 against his good friend.

"I'm a lucky guy to have done this by age 24.

"Thanks so much to the life, I'm really enjoying everything."

Nadal faced a few minor challenges on court in postcard-perfect conditions with a sleek, discreet mega-yacht tethered just offshore at the Mediterranean playground.

But it is the clay of the Country club that is officially declared the backyard of Nadal, the only man in tennis history to win any event six times - let alone seven.

"This was a very important win for me," said the somewhat disbelieving champion, who has once again embarked on the road to Roland Garros next month in the best possible way.

"I don't think about defending points from previous years, only about playing well. I just keep trying to improve every day, train humbly and improve. Winning this week was so important."

Nadal was 24 hours removed from his three-hour struggle with an injured Andy Murray, who played their three-set epic on a right elbow injected with pain-killing cortisone.

Murray and his team drove the 600 kilometres to Barcelona on Sunday where he will have a medical visit and decide over the next few days if he can play in the ATP event as second seed behind Nadal.

Nadal has ruled at Monte Carlo since losing his only match in the principality in his 2003 debut year as a 16-year-old. He has now won 37 straight Monte Carlo matches with a 39-1 record at the tournament.

Sunday's win marked the 44th career trophy for Spain's top player, who now owns a record 19 titles at the Masters 1000 level and has beaten compatriots in the nine of the all-Spanish finals he has played.

Nadal won a 30th clay court trophy, tying him for third place in the post-1968 Open era with Bjorn Borg and Spain's Manuel Orantes.

The victory was revenge for Ferrer's straight-sets win over Nadal in an Australian Open quarter-final three months ago.

Nadal and Ferrer duelled as familiar opponents in a 74-minute opening set, with a run of three straight breaks putting Nadal in 3-2 command.

The world number one used his edge to take the opener and break for 2-1 early in the second.

But a few errors crept in as Nadal double-faulted and fired an errant backhand to hand the break back for 4-4. That amounted to little as the king of clay broke again for 6-5 and closed it out on his second match point a game later from a Ferrer volley gone wrong.

Nadal struck 22 winners on the afternoon with 30 unforced errors, breaking on four of 11 chances.


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Published:Sunday, April 17, 2011 7:14 AESTExpires:Saturday, July 16, 2011 7:14 AEST

Ukraine's Lesia Tsurenko chatted with ABC Sport's Steve Pearce after her country won its Fed Cup tie 3-2 against Australia at Glen Iris in Melbourne on Sunday.

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Australian captain David Taylor spoke to ABC Sport's Steve Pearce after his team lost its tie with Ukraine 3-2 on Sunday at Glen Iris in Melbourne.

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Posted April 17, 2011 11:21:00

Australia has taken a 2-1 lead in the Fed Cup tie against Ukraine in Melbourne.

World number 30 Jarmila Groth continued her impressive form with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Lesia Tsurenko to give Australia the edge on the final day.

It was Groth's second effortless victory in the tie - on Saturday she gave Australia a bright start when she quickly disposed of Olga Savchuk.

And it was much of the same on Sunday, her straight sets win putting Australia ahead after the tie was levelled on the opening day when team-mate Anastasia Rodionova lost in an upset by Tsurenko.

Groth was in devastating form on clay at the Glen Iris tennis club, breaking Tsurenko's serve early in both sets to seal the win in under an hour.

Anastasia Rodionova will try to wrap up the tie when she meets Olga Savchuk in the second reverse singles.

The winner of the play-off tie remains in the elite eight-nation World Group.


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Nadal survives Murray battle to reach final

Updated April 17, 2011 06:34:00

Rafael Nadal needed to produce one of his most stunning performances on clay on Saturday to edge an injured Andy Murray 6-4, 2-6, 6-1 and book a place in the final of the Monte Carlo Masters.

For the 15th time in the last two decades, a Spaniard will figure in the title match at the Country club, with six-time winner Nadal bidding for a seventh straight title here against compatriot David Ferrer.

The Spanish fourth seed earlier ended the surprise run of Jurgen Melzer 6-3, 6-2, a day after the Austrian had put out Roger Federer.

Nadal needed just shy of three hours to go past Murray, who was reportedly nursing an injured right elbow and who received treatment in the third set after putting up a titanic struggle in the first two sets.

The Spanish world number one did lose his first set in Monte Carlo since the 2009 final against Novak Djokovic, however, as Murray turned in a fighting effort.

Nadal has now won 36 straight matches in the principality heading into his clash with Ferrer, who he has beaten 11 times in 15 encounters.

Murray fought a 65-minute opening set, going down in the end but rallying well in the second with an attacking game that left Nadal puzzled as to the best response.

Murray won a marathon 19-minute game, saving five break points for a 3-1 lead and finally levelling the match after a huge effort.

But as what was reported as a pre-match pain-killing injection began to wear off, Murray's level dropped, with Nadal able to close out a hard-fought win with little resistance in the deciding set.

Ferrer doused cold water on Melzer's dream run after the Austrian had stunned Federer in the quarter-finals.

"Maybe the key was in my serve," said Ferrer.

"I played very consistent and didn't make mistakes. I was very regular and very focused all the match. I'm very pleased to be in the finals of a Masters 1000."

Ferrer was playing a Monte Carlo semi-final for the second straight year.

Melzer, seventh on the ATP, was the first Austrian to reach the semis here since Thomas Muster won the title 15 years ago.

"I think out of the first five games, I should have won all five of them," said Melzer.

"You could see in the beginning he didn't feel comfortable at all.

"The longer the match went on, the more comfortable he felt and the discomfort I felt," said the Austrian, who said the neck pain that forced him off court for treatment against Federer was not a problem on Saturday.

"If you're in the semi-finals, you want to win no matter who you beat the day before."

The Austrian began strongly with a break but lost his way as Ferrer's steady game paid dividends to frustrate his opponent.

Melzer lost the first set in 38 minutes and went down two breaks in the second.

He saved a match point before Ferrer advanced on his second chance from a Melzer unforced error.


First posted April 17, 2011 06:10:00

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Ferrer thrashes Melzer to reach final

Posted April 16, 2011 23:24:00

Fourth seed David Ferrer roared back from a shaky start to cruise into the Monte Carlo Masters final with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Juergen Melzer.

Austria's Melzer was inspired when beating Roger Federer to prevent the top four seeds all reaching the semi-finals at the beachside Monte Carlo Country Club, but he was only half as potent against the dogged Spaniard.

Melzer broke early for 2-1 as Ferrer struggled with his first serve but the Austrian inexplicably let his opponent back in by losing his serve twice, with a double fault effectively sealing his fate in the first set.

Bandana-wearing Ferrer, bidding for a 12th career title and third this year, extended his record over Melzer to four wins in six meetings after the seventh seed was broken to love in the fifth game of the second set before losing his serve again.

The world number six produced a succession of powerful winners to delight the crowd and the latecomers, who clambered up the galleries looking for rare empty seats as the previous day's windy conditions were quickly forgotten thanks to bright sunshine.

Top seed and world number one Rafa Nadal, aiming to extend his record and win the same tournament for a seventh straight time, meets British third seed Andy Murray in the second semi-final.

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Ferrer defeats Melzer

 Published:Saturday, April 16, 2011 11:20 AEST

David Ferrer celebrates defeating Jurgen Melzer during day seven of the ATP Masters Series Tennis at the Monte Carlo Country Club on April 16, 2011.

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Published:Saturday, April 16, 2011 6:10 AESTExpires:Friday, July 15, 2011 6:10 AEST

Fed Cup captain David Taylor spoke to ABC Sport's Steve Pearce after the first day's play of Australia's tie with Ukraine at Glen Iris in Melbourne saw scores tied at 1-1.

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Wimbledon - The 2008 Finals: Nadal vs. Federer / WidescreenOn July 6 2008, one dream ended, and a new one began on the Centre Court in Wimbledon. In the latest, magnificent chapter of their storied rivalry, Rafael Nadal dethroned five-time champion Roger Federer by winning the longest-ever Wimbledon men's final.

The consistently heart stopping 6-4, 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 6-7 (8-10), 9-7 classic began at 2.35 pm and, thanks to a couple of breaks for rain it ended at 9.15 pm with the 22-year-old from Mallorca dropping to the ground with his arms outstretched in celebration. With the win, Nadal matched Bjorn Borg's fantastic feat of winning the Grand Slams at the French Open and Wimbledon back-to-back and also prevented Federer from surpassing the five titles in a row Borg collected between 1976 and 1980.

Conditions for the latest duel between tennis's two finest players could not have been more demanding. The rain, which delayed the start for 27 minutes, eventually cleared but the chill, gusting wind which accompanied it persisted throughout the match, blowing winning shots off course and making life even more difficult for the two competitors. That they coped so well spoke volumes for their skill and adaptability.

The match is being proclaimed as the greatest Grand Slam finals of all time.

The Spaniard, who had squandered two match points in a nerve-shredding fourth set tie-break, added a first All England Club title to his four French Opens, shattering Federer's dreams of an historic sixth successive Wimbledon trophy.

'It's impossible to explain what I felt when I won. I'm just very happy to win this title. I never thought I could win but to do so is a dream'; said Nadal who had lost the last two finals to Federer.

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Posted April 16, 2011 12:27:00

Australia took a 1-0 lead over Ukraine in its Fed Cup World Group play-off on Saturday.

Jarmila Groth gave Australia a flying start when she crushed Ukraine's Olga Savchuk 6-1, 6-1 in Melbourne.

The world number 30 took just 48 minutes to beat Savchuk and was never challenged from the moment she broke serve in the opening game.

The second rubber pits Australian number two Anastasia Rodionova against Ukraine's Lesia Tsurenko.

The winner of the tie will remain in the elite eight-nation World Group.

The opening two singles matches are played on Saturday with both the reverse singles and the doubles scheduled for Sunday.


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Federer falls as Nadal's run continues

Updated April 16, 2011 00:09:00

Top seed Rafael Nadal won his 35th consecutive match at the Monte Carlo Masters by crushing Ivan Ljubicic 6-1, 6-3 to reach the semi-finals on Friday.

The Spaniard, who is bidding for a seventh successive title at the event, will next face the winner of the tie between Scottish third seed Andy Murray and Portuguese outsider Frederico Gil.

Nadal improved to a phenomenal 37-1 record at the venue, with his only loss coming to Guillermo Coria on his debut in 2003.

Former world number three Ljubicic had lost four straight matches prior to this week, but bounced back by beating 12th seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and number five seed Tomas Berdych.

But second seed Roger Federer, a three-time losing finalist to Nadal between 2006 and 2008, was upset 6-4, 6-4 by Jurgen Melzer, having never previously lost a set in three meetings with the Austrian.

Federer was well off his best form after two superlative matches this week in the principality as he began his season on clay.

The Swiss great was quick to admit that he had been outplayed on the day as he missed too many chances.

"I don't think I played terrible. It's still the first week of clay, so I don't expect myself to play my very best," he said.

"He played well when he had to and I missed too many chances. Every time I had this slight opening, things didn't go my way. Either he shanks them and they stay in play, or he hits the line.

"I try to do something, I miss by a little bit. All those things accumulate to something quite frustrating. That's what made it hard.

"But he did well, played aggressive and played the right way he was supposed to."

Melzer played in some pain after leaving the court with just one game completed to have treatment on a neck problem.

But he came out a changed man, who took control against the 16-time Grand Slam-winner.

"I felt it when I played a backhand, it kind of blocked my spine," said Melzer.

"But the physio did a great job unblocking it. I was a little worried. But then the pain went away quickly, it didn't bother me at all."

The Austrian also said he was pleased to have finally defeated Federer.

"I beat Rafa last year (in Shanghai). I have beaten Nole (Djokovic, in the French Open quarter-finals). So this was the one missing. I'm very happy I actually did it today.

"It was a tough match for me. He beat me three times last year and I didn't even win a set. But many things went well for me, my shots worked well. When he had break points I was calm and served well.

"I did well on the big points and played my game."

Spain's fourth seed David Ferrer will face Melzer in the semis after defeating Serb Viktor Troicki 6-3, 6-3.


First posted April 15, 2011 23:14:00

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