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Melbourne, Australia: This week saw one of the most epic matches in tennis history.   Novac Djokovic- World number 1 Tennis player from Serbia met Rafael Nadal from Spain- in the 2012 Australian Open tournament. History as they say, repeats itself. Nadal had fought another tennis giant- Roger Federer (also called the “Federer Express” due to his lightening speedy serve) in 2008 at Wimbeldon- in one of the greatest matches […]

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3 Responses to “Tennis has a new Superman- Novac Djokovic”

  1. [...] were Four hot favorites this year: Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novac Djokovic [...]

  2. [...] After losing the first set, a newly focused Murray, displaying a seemingly endless supply of self-belief dispatched the sixth seeded Czech in four sets, setting up a final with 2nd seed, and current US Open champion, Novak Djokovic. [...]

  3. [...] Image Source: BBC Sport / bbc.co.uk – © [2012] BBC”http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/tennis/default.stmThe first Grand Slam of the year is the Australian Open, in January, and this year saw Novak Djokovic reclaiming the title with a thrilling five-set victory over Rafael Nadal. We covered this event with a great story here. [...]

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