An anticlimax to an incredible tournament. The undisputed King of Melbourne is Novak Djokovic. The fact that he did it in 3 sets against a younger competitor such as Daniil is disappointing to me. The Russian showed more bite in the first set than the other 2. Novak got the better end of the longContinue reading “AUSTRALIAN OPEN:DJOKOVIC VS MEDVEDEV”


Things could not have looked any rosier for Russian tennis at the moment. Three grand slam quarter finalists has greatly enhanced the chances of a first Grand slam champion from that part of the globe since Marat Safin shocked Sampras at Flushing Meadows in 2000. Medvedev bested his compatriot here in straight competitive sets 7-5Continue reading “AUSTRALIAN OPEN:RUBLEV VS MEDVEDEV”