Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Nadal Ready To Let Rip Remodelled Serve At Australian Open

Nadal Ready To Let Rip Remodelled Serve At Australian Open

I have a huge passion for Roger Federer, a great respect for Rafael Nadal and I am interested in the newcomers.

A women's final a year ago featuring two players aiming for their first Grand Slam title finished with Wozniacki holding off top-ranked Simona Halep for the championship.

Notably, in 2013 Murray became the first British man to win Wimbledon for 77 years, ending the nation's obsession with finding a champion to follow in the footsteps of Fred Perry.

Serena Williams is ready to win her first Grand Slam title as a mother, having arrived at the Australian Open in her best condition since coming back from maternity leave, according to her coach Patrick Mouratoglou.

Of course, he's got strong competition from Novak Djokovic, who has won the last two majors and is also aiming for a seventh Australian title.

"Our trajectory to the professional tennis world was pretty much similar", Djokovic said. He has made a decision to retire after he realised the pain would be too great to continue playing. He's targeting retirement at Wimbledon, if he can go that far.

Nadal, 32, gave a heartfelt tribute to his long-standing rival and recognised that with Federer now aged 37 and Djokovic 31, the era of the "big four" was drawing to a close. He said he understood his body and had a great team around him.

"He was able to do that and he won Wimbledon which was a really hard thing for a British male player to do, he overcame the weight on his shoulders, he won Olympic gold twice, he won Davis Cup nearly single-handedly for Great Britain and he got to number one in the world, season ending, the career was magnificent". "It just maybe looks that way".

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JUDY MURRAY has revealed her sadness and pride after her superstar son Andy announced his imminent retirement.

"It hits us top guys hard because we know Andy very well".

The 31-year-old's 2012 triumph at the US Open made him the first British male to claim a major title since 1936 victor Fred Perry, who was celebrated with a statue at the All England Club in 1984.

Despite marvelling at his own ability to run up the score in the record books - 99 titles and counting - at an age when many would count him out, Federer seemed to trail off after an auspicious start to last season, when he won his first 17 matches. "If you'd like to come along and watch my match on Monday or Tuesday I'll sort you a ticket", he wrote. It's tough when you have one thing, then another thing. "He can play well in fast courts, and that's what it's going to be a little bit here as well".

"I have good feelings in terms of the surgery". "I didn't think it was going to happen". "That's always a good thought".

She returned to the tour at Indian Wells in 2018 and had a roller-coaster season, forced to pull out of the French Open fourth round with a pectoral muscle injury and was later beaten by Angelique Kerber in the final at Wimbledon.

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will be walking in as the favorite for the title and is expected to meet Roger Federer, the defending Champion.

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