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Lizette Cabrera: Valuing every opportunity


The countdown to Australian Open 2021 continues and Aussie Lizette Cabrera is determined to make the most of…
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The Break: News from Locked Down Under

In case you've missed the full story, here's how things are going for players in preparation for the Australian Open.

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A lot has happened in the first part of the Australian Open quarantine.

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Hantuchova explains why Australian Open is "Happy Slam"

“The food is amazing; if you’re trying to eat healthier, Melbourne is the place to be."

Good food is just one of the many reasons Daniela Hantuchová gives when explaining why the Australian Open is a "Happy Slam"—but it's really the only reason we need.?️?


The player-turned-commentator enjoyed her best career results in Melbourne.

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Vika chats FaceTime with Leo, Adelaide and AO expectations

The world No. 13 has recently kept busy by announcing the debut of her podcast series & checking in with her son while in hard quarantine.

Despite the circumstances, there is no dip in Victoria Azarenka's excitement for the first major of the year.

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“Expectation is the mother of all disappointment,” Azarenka told Blair Henley.

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Kathy Rinaldi and her seamless transition from tennis player to coach

“If I can’t be a tennis player/I think I’ll just be me.”

Kathy Rinaldi wrote these words at 7 years old, yet they beautifully summarize her life's accomplishments in the tennis world today.


While she won’t be in Australia this year, rest assured Rinaldi will be up at all hours.

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Five things to know: Aussie Open qualifier Fran Jones

20-year-old Fran Jones will compete in her first Grand Slam main draw, despite a more difficult path due to her ectrodactyly ectodermal dysplasia.

She's beaten some established names on her way, as well as won her fair share of ITF singles titles. ?


Born with ectrodactyly ectodermal dysplasia, the Brit's approach to tennis is unique.

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Pleming pledges wellbeing support


Former Australian pro Louise Pleming's RALLY4EVER foundation continues to grow and offer more services to help the wellbeing…
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On The Line in 2021: New year, new WTA year-end No. 1?

Simona Halep, Naomi Osaka 大坂なおみ, Sofia Kenin, Bianca Vanessa Andreescu...

Ash Barty should be prepared for any number of women to challenge her for that year-end No. 1 spot in 2021. ?


After finishing 2019 and 2020 at No. 1, can Ashleigh Barty do it again in 2021?

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Victoria Azarenka announces "Think About It" podcast

That's right. There's a new host in town.

Victoria Azarenka is releasing a talk show and podcast series on Tennis Channel on January 27 featuring intimate and honest conversations with inspiring guests.


The former No.1 teased a six-episode first season set to premiere on January 27.

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Rafael Nadal received the CEU Ángel Herrera Awards in the "Ethics and Values" category

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Team Spain to face Greece and Australia in the round-robin stage of 2021 ATP Cup

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Team Spain to face Greece and Australia in the round-robin stage of 2021 ATP Cup

 

Second seed Spain, which finished runner-up in 2020, will aim to move through Group B, which includes Greece and Australia. World No. 2 Rafael Nadal leads the way for his country for the second consecutive year.

This year’s five-day event will be played at Melbourne Park. Following the group stage, the four group winners will advance to the knock-out semi-finals to continue battling for the prestigious title.



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Nick Kyrgios: From grassroots to Grand Slams


Australia’s Nick Kyrgios has learnt many lessons already in his career, which started when he first picked up…
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Cuevas goes crazy in Aussie Open quarantine

We can thank the Australian Open quarantine for some of the most creative entertainment ever seen from many players.

Pablo Cuevas is a perfect example. ?


Someone please give this guy a quarantine Emmy.

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Cuevas goes crazy in Aussie Open quarantine

We can thank the Australian Open quarantine for some of the most creative entertainment ever seen from many players.

Pablo Cuevas is a perfect example. ?


Someone please give this guy a quarantine Emmy.

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The 2021 Australian Open: Did Craig Tiley overplay his hand?

Everybody wants to see Grand Slam tennis again, and Craig Tiley and the Australian Open are providing that.

But is it too ambitious? Is it controversial? Is it fair?

Time will tell as we watch it unfold.


The burgeoning issue is whether or not the tournament can be staged fairly.

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Australia to face Spain and Greece at ATP Cup


The groups for the ATP Cup have been drawn for 2021 - and Team Australia has been pitted…
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INTERVIEW: María Francisca Perelló: "Behind each child there is a story..."

 

The Rafa Nadal Foundation was founded by the Mallorcan tennis ace, Rafa Nadal and his mother Ana María Parera in 2008.

Their aim from the very beginning was to empower kids and help them to become the best that they can be through sports and education. 

Rafa’s wife, María Francisca Perelló joined the Foundation as a Project Manager in 2012 and she loves her job, but admits it took a while to find the right fit.

“When Rafa began to stand out as a tennis player, he received a lot of offers and proposals to participate in charity events and there came a time when he was asked to create a Foundation through which we could make a difference with our own projects,” María explains.

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From the clubhouse: Everyone is welcome at Elsternwick


While facilitating participation opportunities for thousands of players each year, the Elsternwick Park Tennis Centre is also helping…
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World No.1 Ash Barty joins A Day at the Drive field


Ash Barty will make her competitive return in Adelaide next week, joining the field for an exhibition event…
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Social round-up: On-court smiles and summer fun


What have Australia's top-ranked players been up to? We've collated tweets and posts from this week to keep…
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