Australian Open

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Australian Open 2014: Serena Williams eases into second round with straight sets win over Ashleigh Barty

13 January 2014 | 1:00 pm Serena Williams beats Ashleigh Barty for the loss of only three games, but sister Venus crashes out to Ekaterina Makarova http://telegraph.feedsportal.com/c/32726/f/568303/s/35d5aca3/sc/13/l/0L0Stelegraph0O0Csport0Ctennis0Caustralianopen0C10A5683510CAustralian0EOpen0E20A140ESerena0EWilliams0Eeases0Einto0Esecond0Eround0Ewith0Estraight0Esets0Ewin0Eover0EAshleigh0EBarty0Bhtml/story01.htm

Australian Open Day 1 recap

13 January 2014 | 12:41 pm MELBOURNE While you were sleeping, heres what you missed on Day 1 of the Australian Open. What Happened? http://tennis.si.com/2014/01/13/australian-open-day-1-recap/?section=si_latest

2014 Australian Open women's projections: When is Serena going to slow down?

13 January 2014 | 12:31 pm The Australian Open began on Monday in Melbourne. What do SB Nation's Advanced Baseline rankings say about the women's draw? Serena Williams is bending the aging curve of tennis players by herself, on pace to continue her dominant 2013. Grand Slam previews are a good reminder to the casual viewer that tennis is played year-round and plenty of stuff happens between the four big televised events … http://www.sbnation.com/tennis/2014/1/13/5302030/2014-australian-open-women-projections-serena-williams

Ernests Gulbis smashes his racket 16 games into the Australian Open

13 January 2014 | 4:54 am MELBOURNE It didn't take long for things to heat up for Ernests Gulbis at the Australian Open. After losing the first set 6-1 to No. 46 Juan Monaco, Gulbis found himself locked in a tight second set. At 4-4, deuce in the  http://tennis.si.com/2014/01/12/ernests-gulbis-australian-open-racket-smash/

Photos: Australian Open player party | Beyond The Baseline

13 January 2014 | 12:36 am The players party was held at the Crown Casino in Melbourne on the eve of the Australian Open. (Graham Denholm/Getty Images). MELBOURNE Forget all the pre-tournament press conferences, practice schedules and  http://tennis.si.com/2014/01/12/australian-open-player-party-rafael-nadal-maria-sharapova/

Australian Open 2014 live streaming: How to watch Week 1 online …

12 January 2014 | 11:00 pm Novak Djokovic and Victoria Azarenka will begin defending their titles in Melbourne this week. http://www.sbnation.com/tennis/2014/1/12/5296572/2014-australian-open-stream-watch-online

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5 Responses to Australian Open

  • Jacob says:

    Why Dont Optus Live Stream The Australian Open To Smartphones Anymore? We pay good money so why dont they give us free streaming of the tennis like they used to?

  • Vladan says:

    When Are Australian Open Schedules Released? I was wondering if anyone knows when the Australian Open schedule of play will be released, like the time the matches will be played? As I want to buy tickets but need the right information!

    • Curator says:

      Yeah, I love it! I’m Australian, and not into much sport. I play soccer and watch the Olympics when they’re on, but nothing else. I hate AFL and cricket bores me to death, but I always watch the final of the Australian Open and often more matches.

      To me, it seems part of Summer, the fan on, ice cream, late nights watching the tennis as the games go on and on, while it’s still boiling outside, and only a week or so before I have to go back to school. Nice memories! And tennis is a really fun spectator sport, and by the final it’s always really exciting.

      I can’t decide on Andy Murray, because of his cute Scottish accent, or Roger Federer, because of his handsome face! I don’t much care for Lleyton Hewitt – I’m not patriotic!

  • Is This Ridiculous Or Does It Make Sense? I’m watching this Australian Open women’s qualifiers, and one of the women in the match is complaining about spectators moving around during points. She is not just complaining about people getting up and moving around, but also people moving around in their seats. In my honest opinion this is ridiculous. In the pro matches that I went to, I was allowed to get up and move around whenever I wanted.

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