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Who's got the funk...
1.
Novak DJOKOVIC
So you're No. 1 Andy? Well take that.
2.
Karolina PLISKOVA
Brisbane title shows the US Open finalist only getting better, probably adding more tats after that win.
3.
Grigor DIMITROV
Went from "Baby Fed" to "Maybe Fed" to "No, not going to be anything like Fed" over the last couple years, but breaks out for 1st title in 2-1/2 years.
4.
Australian Open
Players getting pumped, but tournament having trouble with junior champ match-fixing and Tennis Australia fixing TV rights deals behind closed doors. Oy!
5.
DAVIS, BAUTISTA Agut, SINIAKOVA
The little scampering American wins her first career title at Auckland while the Spaniard wins his 5th at Chennai, and Siniakova wins Shenzhen.
...Who's in the trunk
5.
Andy MURRAY
0-1 in finals in 2017.
4.
Serena WILLIAMS
Takes in easy during the off-season, and looks like crap during her 1st tournament of the year.
3.
Madison KEYS
Wrist issue keeps the Top 10er off tour in January.
2.
Angie KERBER, Simona HALEP
Lose early in 2017 debuts.
1.
Rafael NADAL
Also loses early. Low rank will see him facing earlier tests this year. Will the body and mind hold up? Coin toss.

LATEST TENNIS NEWS

January 21, 2017
Rafa Rises Up Down Under; Federer v Nishikori Tonight At The Australian Open, Who's The Pick?

We are just about to tip-off the men's final 16 at the Australian Open. Everyone's there. Roger Federer. Rafael Nadal. Andy Murray. JW Tsonga. Stan Wawrinka. Kei Nishikori. Milos Raonic. Hell, even Gael Monfils and Grigor Dimitrov decided to join the party. But not Novak Djokovic.

Djokovic's loss was the story of the first week in Melbourne. And very nearly the second story was going to be the decline of Rafael Nadal.

Yesterday, Nadal very nearly joined Djokovic on a flight out of Oz but he fended off the powerful teen Alexander Zverev. If not for those fifth set cramps, Zverev would have won that match.

What I saw from Rafa was a guy who had [...]

NOVAK DJOKOVIC

  • Andy Murray, Roger Federer React To Novak Djokovic's Shock Loss
    What did Roger Federer and Andy Murray think of the upset of Novak Djokovic?
    January 20, 2017
    Djokovic Stunned; Raonic Sick; Sick Friday Line-Up at Aussie Open
    "There was intensity, of course," Djokovic said. "We played four-and-a-half hours."
    January 19, 2017
    Denis Istomin: It's Unreal To Beat Novak Djokovic In 5 Sets
    Denis Istomin won the match of his life.
    January 19, 2017
  • ROGER FEDERER

  • Rafa Rises Up Down Under; Federer v Nishikori Tonight At The Australian Open, Who's The Pick?
    Sean Randall previews the start of the fourth round at the Australian Open.
    January 21, 2017
    Roger Federer Karaoke? [Video]
    Roger Federer joined Tommy Haas and Grigor Dimitrov for some karaoke.
    January 20, 2017
    Andy Murray, Roger Federer React To Novak Djokovic's Shock Loss
    What did Roger Federer and Andy Murray think of the upset of Novak Djokovic?
    January 20, 2017
  • RAFAEL NADAL

  • Rafa Rises Up Down Under; Federer v Nishikori Tonight At The Australian Open, Who's The Pick?
    Sean Randall previews the start of the fourth round at the Australian Open.
    January 21, 2017
    Nadal Stares Down Teen Zverev in 5 Sets; Gasquet-Dimitrov Late at Aussie Open
    Any questions regarding Nadal's fitness were answered Saturday, while the teenager ended up cramping in the fifth set.
    January 21, 2017
    Rafael Nadal: Alexander Zverev Has A Big Chance To Be No. 1 In The World
    Rafael Nadal assesses his next opponent at the Australian Open, Alexander Zverev.
    January 20, 2017
  • SERENA WILLIAMS

  • Upstarts Gavrilova, Brady Join Serena in Winner's Circle Saturday at Australian Open
    "What can I say?" an exhilarated Gavrilova said in a brief on-court interview after the match. "I'm just exhausted and very happy."
    January 21, 2017
    Thursday Aussie Open: Pliskova Says Opponents Stink; Serena Says Being Serena the Key
    "I think the opponents were not -- I don't want to say 'that good,' but obviously I was better, so...," she said
    January 19, 2017
    Kerber Struggles Through, Barty Surprises Wednesday at Australian Open
    "I'm fit," Kerber said. "I am prepared for playing, like, two, three hours, so that's not a problem. Tomorrow I have a day off, so it's not a big deal. I think I will be fine."
    January 18, 2017