Rafael Nadal gearing up for Australian Open

Share

"We did it. It was a good practice, good feelings for both of us I think".

It might be argued that 36-year-old fathers of four have no business winning grand slam titles but try telling that to Roger Federer as the evergreen Swiss bids to claim a record-equalling sixth Australian Open crown in two weeks' time.

Two-time French Open finalist Simona Halep, yet to win a major, is seeded No. 1 in the women's draw, with Caroline Wozniacki at No. 2 and Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza at No. 3.

That is giving Djokovic some hope.

"It was an obviously part of my game that I had to address because of my elbow issues", the Serbian said on Saturday, reports Xinhua news agency. If I lose a match, at the end of the day it's a tennis match.

"He won a couple more Grand Slams".

Chopper with ONGC employees on board goes missing in Mumbai
Following the incident, Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan spoke to Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman. The ONGC has alerted the Indian Coast Guard about the situation, and a search operation is now underway.

German young gun Alexander Zverev plans on correcting his CV and finally confirming his grand slam bona fides with a deep Australian Open run.

Djokovic admitted, the injury is "still not 100 percent" healed and that he still feels "some pain".

"So hopefully I can improve that".

Now it's a less dramatic, more compact swing and he was happy with how it worked in an exhibition win over Thiem at the Kooyong Classic exhibition event earlier in the week.

"I feel that I had a good week-and-a-half of practices".

Agassi had to modify his own service motion because of a wrist injury in his career and he had input into the redesign for Djokovic. "They spent a lot of hours analyzing my serve". Find us on Facebook too!

Twitter's share price jumps after Facebook's news feed shake up
Last week, Zuckerberg said his "personal challenge" for 2018 (something he's done every year since 2009), will be to fix Facebook. In general, the primary theme Zuckerberg pushed on Friday is that the news feed is going to be more "meaningful".

In recent months, meanwhile, ATP Finals victor Grigor Dimitrov and Zverev have moved up to No. 3 and No. 4 in the rankings, respectively, and are growing in confidence that they're on the cusp of Grand Slam breakthroughs.

However, 16-time Grand Slam Champion is positive ahead of the Australian Open and is rearing to go and is motivated ahead of the tournament.

"Just generally getting better, just generally getting fitter, is something which young players have to do and which I'm trying to do as well".

"I kind of want to keep it even-keeled throughout the whole year rather than being such a roller-coaster ride".

Nadal was naturally rusty after his extended break but he looked free from his notorious knee problems and is by no means alone in heading to the Australian Open after injury troubles. If he have something to tell me, he call me and tell me. "I hope to be healthy and competitive, and most important thing, I hope to enjoy tennis one more year".

"There's not much more I can do".

Charming 'Paddington 2' a treat for all ages
With the Peruvian bear officially welcomed as a permanent member of the Brown family, he now faces a new challenge: getting a job. They are busy trying to nail Buchanan for the theft but miss visiting day, convincing sad Paddington that they've forgotten him.

"Throughout the tournament, I don't know how it's going to behave". "When something is happening, you need to analyze why".

Share