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It was a sweet revenge for Maria Sharapova, who ousted Petra Kvitova in three tough, close and very nervous sets to return to Australian Open finals for the first time since winning the title here in 2008.
While millions of Maria-fans across the world were celebrating her win, and haters were saying that she has one more match to win, and that she would not have enough weapons to stop Victoria Azarenka, I remembered her press conference after the first round defeat to Maria Kirilenko at the Australian Open 2010.
Here is the video from that interview:
The sixth day of the action at the Australian Open 2012 featured several unexpected losses of the top-ranked players, a major sensation, and hot weather, while Lleyton Hewitt made us remember the good old days when he was on the top of his game.But well, let’s start from the very beginning,
Here is the new edition of my photo summary of the best mathces of the day at the first Grand Slam tournament of 2012.
My daily photo summary continues as the temps in Australia get higher and the matches in Melbourne Park become even more thrilling and close.
We’re almost reached the first weekend of the first Grand Slam of the year, can you believe it?!
Here is a look at the fifth day of the Australian Open 2012 action in pics, with the main favorites safely passing through.
As the first Grand Slam tournament of year started this week, I am trying to follow the live action as much as I can, but still can’t see all the matches. So, I decided to make photo reviews of the most interesting moments of the day for myself and all tennis lovers out there. Hope you’ll like it!
So, here is My daily photo summary from Australian Open 2012
Roger Federer won a record sixth ATP World Tour Finals title defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France 6-3, 6-7 (6/8), 6-3 and retaining the title he won 12 months ago. This is the 70th trophy in his career from 100 ATP levels finals he competed in.
TennisZoom selected the best pics from the Sunday’s final at 02 Arena, to relieve this historic moment again.