Australian Open 2013 Live Stream Online Tennis Grand Slam.Hello all my dear Tennis Fans! All of you are most welcome to watch your favorite Australian Open 2013 Live Stream Tennis Online on HQHD TV. You will get a perfect link for your PC/ Laptop/ MAC by which you will be able to watch all your favorite tennis matches on HD.
Tennis Grand Slam
Australian Open Tennis 2013
Date: Jan 14 - Jan 27
Venue: Melbourne, Australia
The 2013 Australian Open begins Monday, Jan. 14 in Melbourne. That's Sunday, Jan. 13 for us in the United States. On the men's side everyone's been chirping about world's No. 4 Rafael Nadal's latest setback. The question isn't any more when will Nadal come back, it's whether Rafa will ever return while on the women's draw the presumption is (3) Serena Williams will take the WTA by storm by taking home the first Grand Slam of the year.
Scot (3) Andy Murray, Serb (8) Janko Tipsarevic and (19) Frenchman Richard Gasquet won the first three gentlemen's tune-up events for the first Major. Tipsarevic and Gasquet survived tough three setters while Murray shot past upstart Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria 7-6(0) 6-4 despite trailing by a break during each set.
Don't feel bad for Dimitrov who lost a few days later during the first round at the APIA International Sydney to Italian Fabio Fognini. Word on the tennis circuit is Grigor is dating Russian (2) Maria Sharapova. You know Sasha Vujacic's old flame.
Andy continued his remarkable 2012 of winning the Olympics held at Wimbledon and the United States Open Title for the first Slam of his career to begin 2013 with a bang. The Scot though does not just want to be a one-hit wonder like former men's player American Andy Roddick.
Tyrone's Hazardous Men's Australian Open Draw of Gory and Bizarre: Murray's path in Melbourne starts with Dutchman Robin Haase during the first round. Andy is 1-1 versus Haase including a 2011 U.S. Open win from two sets down. The Scot sank Robin 6-7(5), 2-6, 6-2, 6-0, 6-4. Another epic isn't expected, but if the Dutchman is able to pull out a tiebreak or one of the first couple frames Murray could be in for another long afternoon.
Then during the third round Andy could see German (25) Florian Mayer. The Scot leads 2-0 with a walk/over win in Shanghai after a strange 1-6, 6-1, 6-1 scoreline on clay.
Difficult players to go up against Frenchman (14) Gilles Simon and Ukrainian (18) Alexandr Dolgopolov as well as veterans Frenchman Gael Monfils and Spaniard Tommy Robredo sit in Murray's quarterfinal before a potential blockbuster matchup with Argentine (6) Juan Martin del Potro.
Del Potro opens play with a qualifier and may not be tested until the third round if Spaniard (30) Marcel Granollers is able to get through his first two matches. Croat (12) Marin Cilic and Italian (21) Andreas Seppi are a combined 3-10 in head-to-head tilts with the sixth seed.
For those of who are wondering Andy is 5-1 versus Juan Martin with the last battle coming in London during 2009. The Argentine did however win the only comprehensive match 7-6(4), 6-3 on dirt. The Scot though is 3-2 in tiebreakers against the heavy-hitting del Potro.
2013 began just like 2012 ended with (3) Serena Williams of the United States hoising up a championship trophy. Williams like the four other ladies' winners of Australian Open tune-up events would gladly trade in their winners' trophies for a shinier one at the first Grand Slam of the year.
(4) Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland won Auckland and Sydney, and (6) Na Li of China won Shenzen. German (32) Mona Barthel or Russian Elena Vesnina will claim the Moorilla championship Saturday.
Meanwhile Serena dominated Brisbane dropping 14 games during four matches. Granted the American didn't have to play (1) Victoria Azarenka of Belarus during the semifinals. Azaranka withdrew with an infected toe on her right foot 30 minutes before the semis.
Skeptics and I think that perhaps Victoria being 1-11 against Williams also played a part in her not wanting to see Serena so soon this season. The Belarusian would love a rematch with the American at the AO which would mean during the semifinals. If Williams wins Melbourne she'll regain the No. 1 ranking.
Comments are closed for this blog post