Saturday, 30 January 2016

DJOKOVIC v MURRAY Australian Open 2016 Final Live Streaming HD

Men's Finals - Australian Open 2016 | Sun 31 Jan 2016 16:00 | Rod Laver Arena (DJOKOVIC v MURRAY MATCH TO BEGIN NO EARLIER THAN 7:30 PM. You can watch Australian Open 2016 Live Stream here and also check Australian Open 2016 Finals.


DJOKOVIC v MURRAY Australian Open 2016 Live Streaming HD


Serena Williams has lost in a shock upset at the Australian Open final to Angelique Kerber - who was playing in her first ever Grand Slam final. The German, 28, broke the defending champion to win the third set of the tense match 6-4 - the first time Williams has ever been defeated in the deciding set of a Grand Slam final.

Kerber rose to the occasion to become the first German to win a Grand Slam singles title this century and she immediately dropped to the floor in tears after winning the match-point.

Her win means her 'hero' Steffi Graf's record of 22 titles remains intact - and despite narrowly missing out on matching this, Williams went round to Kerber's side of the net to give her a hug.

In an emotional post-match interview, Kerber said the fact she is now world number two and a Grand Slam champion sounds 'really crazy and unbelievable'.

Novak Djokovic believes Sunday night's Australian Open final against Andy Murray has the potential to be a career-defining match for him as he finds himself on the cusp of creating history.

With five Australian Open victories under his belt, the world No.1 needs one more to equal Roy Emerson's record of six which he set almost half a century ago in 1967.Winning the year's first grand slam would also see the Serb draw level with Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver on 11 majors, fittingly on the very court that was named after Laver.
"It's a possibility for me to make history, which is of course another great imperative for me for tomorrow's match," Djokovic said.

"These are the kind of matches that you work for. These are the kind of occasions that define you as a tennis player. I'll try to do my best obviously and get my hands on that trophy again.

"Fighting for a grand slam trophy is a pinnacle of our sport. This is exactly where you want to be.
"I'm going to have to face one of the biggest rivals, but that's what it takes.

"If you want to win grand slam titles and be the best in the world, you have to win against best players in the world. (I'm) going to be ready for that."
Three of Djokovic's victorious Australian Open finals have been against Murray who is yet to taste the ultimate success at Melbourne Park.

But the 10-time major champion will lean on personal experience to avoid any chance of underestimating how hungry the Scot will be to end that run of outs.

"(I've) been in the situation before where I haven't won specific tournaments, like Roland Garros for example, against players like (Rafael) Nadal who were dominating there," Djokovic said.

"So I understand the kind of desire and will to win that is present. But, you know, of course I don't underestimate him. No question about it. I have a tremendous respect and admiration for everything he's achieved in his career. He's one week older than me so we grew up together.

"We have very similar styles of game and very similar trajectory to the professional tennis, so it's nice to see that our rivalry keeps on going and we keep playing for the biggest titles.

"It's a challenge that I'm going to face, I must accept, and hopefully I'll be able to give my best."


Thursday, 28 January 2016

Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer to reach the Australian Open 2016 Final

And Once Again, Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer in Australian Open 2016. All the peoples are expecting this and we have made a prediction about this already. Now You can watch Australian Open 2016 Final Live Stream here. If you are a fan of Novak Djokovic then watch Australian Open Live Streaming Online.

Losing the third set was irritating, but that was a terrifying;y perfect performance overall from Novak Djokovic. Roger Federer’s resistance was admirable, but even he’ll have to admit that it was a thrashing, especially in those absurd first two sets. That was as well as Djokovic has ever played and Federer actually did well to avoid total humiliation.


It’s testament to his character and quality that he made it a more even contest in the third set, but there was never a serious prospect of Djokovic losing. His extraordinarily sadistic start could hardly have been a better way to hammer home his position as the greatest player in the world, he now leads 23-22 in his head-to-head record with Federer and it is going to take a monumental effort from either Andy Murray or Milos Raonic to beat him in Sunday’s final. Murray and Raonic meet in the second men’s semi-final tomorrow. See you then! Thanks for reading and emailing.

ROGER Federer now? Think of James Bond wearing a slightly wrinkled bow tie. Still capable of accomplishing a difficult mission. Just not quite perfect.

In Federer’s straight sets quarter-final victory over Tomas Berdych it was a high forehand volley whacked wide here; a routine forehand framed over the baseline there; that were the occasional reminders of sporting mortality.

Understandable blemishes and of absolutely no consequence to the result. But still like cracks in the Sistine Chapel ceiling by the impossibly high standards Federer once set for himself.

It seems mildly insulting that the latest milestones by which the 34 year-old is measured — oldest Australian Open semi-finalist since Colin Dibley in 1979, oldest grand slam finalist since Andre Agassi at the 2005 US Open — relate to his birth certificate, not his backhand.

When Federer lost in the third round to Andreas Seppi last year the irresistible thought was the great Swiss was about to suffer the indignity of being absorbed into the peloton.

Like Tiger Woods, Federer set a standard to which others have risen. The wonder of his past few years had not been that only a small handful of opponents — Raphael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and sometimes Andy Murray — had exceeded his best. It was that he continued to hold the rest of the world at arms-length.

Berdych, 30, first played Federer at the Athens Olympics (2004, not 1896, even if it seems Federer has been around that long). The accomplished Czech might have fancied he would have Federer’s measure by now. But as Federer overcame a few service breaks and endured on most of the vital points, it was clear the gap in class has barely diminished.

Australian Open 2016 Live Broadcasting Channels

Australian Open 2016 Live Broadcasting TV channels list is here. For those of you looking for the Tennis Australian Open 2016 tournaments on TV, you will find that tennis continues to be broadcast exclusively on the BBC, this deal is due to run until at least 2017. Watch French Open 2016 Live on TV, you will find that tennis continues to be broadcast exclusively on the BBC, this deal is due to run until at least 2017. Watch French Open 2016 Live.

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Australian Open 2016 Live Broadcasting Channels


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The Australian open is one of those events you have to see live to appreciate.

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We have already posted Australian open 2016 schedule and order of play. There's so much to see and do. We went the year Guga won his first title and then again when Roger finally took home the title a few years back.

Australian open 2016 live TV broadcasting Rights in the U.K

  1. Tennis on BBC TV
  2. Tennis on Sky Sports TV
  3. Tennis on British Eurosport TV
  4. Tennis on BT Sport
  5. Tennis on ITV

Who Is Playing: Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka, Andy Murray, Marin Cilic, Tomas Berdych, Kei Nishikori, Milos Raonic


French Open 2016

Australian open Live Broadcasting Channels

International Television Broadcasters

Africa - Supersport
Brazil - SporTV
Bulgaria - TV Plus
Canada - Rogers Sportsnet
Finland - MTV
Germany - Sport 1
Hong Kong - PCCW
India - Star Sports
India - Ten Sports
Malaysia - Astro
Romania - Digisport
South Korea - KBSN
Switzerland - Teleclub
Ukraine - XSports
USA - Tennis Channel

ESPN - International

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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer Live Stream Australian Open 2016

Australian Open 2016 Semifianl first match will be Djokovic vs Federer.  You can watch Djokovic vs Federer Australian Open 2016 Live Stream HD. Also check Wimbledon 2016 Schedule.

NOVAK Djokovic cruised into a semi-final with Roger Federer after comfortably knocking out No. 7 seed Kei Nishikori 6-3 6-2 6-4 on Rod Laver Arena. Nishikori twice called for medical treatment for a thigh injury and wore strapping in the final two sets, despite appearing to move freely around the court. Check Australian Open 2016 Live Broadcasting TV Channels.


Djokovic was rarely challenged, despite being broken twice during the match and serving at just 57% on first serve.
Nishikori also had an off-night making a string of errors as both players struggled to produce their best tennis.
Djokovic will meet rival Federer for a spot in the final — the pair’s head to head record is 22 wins each.
“I’ve played Roger 44 times. It seems like half my career matches were against Federer and Nadal,” he said after the match.

Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer Live Stream Australian Open 2016


When asked by Courier why he hasn’t performed the controversial Sneak Attack By Roger (SABR) move this tournament, Federer responded: “You want to see it?”

“I’ll definitely play at least one in the next match. I’ll put it that way. I enjoy playing it. You have to be in the right frame of mind. You have to be confident up there. Not that I’m not confident, but, I don’t know, I’m just not feeling it quite yet.

“Maybe I’ll just hit the practice courts and just do that tomorrow.”

Then he accidentally delivered a brutal sledge to Courier and the player’s of the four-time slam champ’s generation.

“It’s one point. Let’s not get carried away,” he said of his decision to try out the move in the semi-finals of a grand slam.

“One point’s not usually going to decide a match any more. These days it’s a lot of forehands. A lot of backhands. A lot of serves. A lot of running. It’s not like it used to be.”

Courier replied after a pause: “I understand, thankyou for that dig”.

The peerless Swiss rode roughshod over Berdych, needing barely two hours to set up a last-four showdown on Thursday with either world No.1 and defending champion Novak Djokovic or Japanese No.7 seed Kei Nishikori.

Third-seeded Federer will be playing for a place in the title match in Melbourne for the first time since claiming a fourth trophy in 2010.

He should be bristling with confidence after breaking Berdych on five occasions and crunching 46 winners to romp into the Open semi-finals for the 12th time in 13 years.

Australian Open day 9 Results and Match Highlights

Australian Open day 9 Results : Australian Open 2016 Day 9 Completed with NOVAK Djokovic and Roger Federer Fixed Semifinal. This will be one of the biggest match of Australian Open 2016 and you can watch Djokovic vs  Federer Live Stream here.

NOVAK Djokovic and Roger Federer have set up a dream semi-final, while Serena Williams continued her incredible streak agains Maria Sharapova at Melbourne Park on day nine.
Here’s how it unfolded at Melbourne Park.


Wednesday night’s quarterfinal showcases revitalised Canadian Milos Raonic and flying Frenchman Gael Monfils. After an injury-plagued 2015, Raonic is fit and has made himself into a lean (three kilos lighter), mean, attacking-the-net machine.

Monfils’ win Monday over Andrey Kuznetsov was highlighted by the widely viewed image of him airborne diving for a ball. It resulted in gasps from those who saw it and a cut on his pinkie finger that almost required stitches.

Australian Open 2016 day 9 Results

The women’s quarterfinals on Wednesday afternoon feature Chinese qualifier Zhang Shuai against Johanna Konta, and Victoria Azarenka versus Angelique Kerber in a rematch of the Brisbane International final won 6-3 6-1 by the Belarusian.

ORDER OF PLAY

Rod Laver Arena
4-Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) bt 10-Carla Suarez Navarro (ESP) 6-1 6-3
1-Serena Williams (USA) bt 5-Maria Sharapova (RUS) 6-4 6-1
Not before 2.30pm
3-Roger Federer (SUI) bt 6-Tomas Berdych (CZE) 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 6-4
Not Before 7.15pm
1-Novak Djokovic (SRB) bt 7-Kei Nishikori (JPN) 6-3 6-2 6-4
Anastasia Rodionova/Arina Rodionova (AUS) v 15-Xu Yi-Fan/Zheng Saisai (CHN)


Tuesday's Australian Open Men's Singles Scores
Round
Winning Player
Losing Player
Score
Quarterfinals
(1) Novak Djokovic
(7) Kei Nishikori
6-3, 6-2, 6-4
Quarterfinals
(3) Roger Federer
(6) Tomas Berdych
7-6(4), 6-2, 6-4


Via: AusOpen.com

Australian Open 2016 Day 10 Schedule and Order of Play

Australian Open 2016 : Having been there four times before, Andy Murray finds himself within striking distance of an Australian Open final once again. Yet this has been a Melbourne Park campaign like no other for the world No.2. Usually wife Kim is in the stands cheering him on; instead she is at their home in England preparing for the birth of their first child.

And earlier this week, Murray experienced an unexpected emotional upheaval when his father-in-law, Nigel Sears, became ill while watching Ana Ivanovic, the player he coaches. Watch Australian Open 2016 Live Stream here and also check Live Broadcasting TV Channels.



Australian Open 2016 Day 10 Schedule


ROD LAVER ARENA
11:00 AM
 Women's Singles - Quarterfinals
Angelique Kerber (GER) [7]
vs.
Victoria Azarenka (BLR) [14]
Not Before: 12:30 PM

 Women's Singles - Quarterfinals

Johanna Konta (GBR)
vs.
Shuai Zhang (CHN)
Not Before: 2:30 PM

Men's Singles - Quarterfinals

David Ferrer (ESP) [8]
vs.
Andy Murray (GBR) [2]
ROD LAVER ARENA
7:30 PM

Men's Singles - Quarterfinals

Gael Monfils (FRA) [23]
vs.
Milos Raonic (CAN) [13]

Women's Doubles - Semifinals

Martina Hingis (SUI) [1]
Sania Mirza (IND) [1]
vs.
Julia Goerges (GER) [13]
Karolina Pliskova (CZE) [13]
SHOW COURT 2
11:00 AM

Men's Legends' Doubles

Pat Cash (AUS)
Goran Ivanisevic (CRO)
vs.
Thomas Enqvist (SWE)
Magnus Norman (SWE)
Not Before: 12:00 PM

Mixed Doubles - Quarterfinals

Coco Vandeweghe (USA)
Horia Tecau (ROU)
vs.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) [2]
Bob Bryan (USA) [2]
 Mixed Doubles - Quarterfinals
Katarina Srebotnik (SLO) [4]
Jamie Murray (GBR) [4]
vs.
Elena Vesnina (RUS) [5]
Bruno Soares (BRA) [5]

Mixed Doubles - Quarterfinals

Andreja Klepac (SLO)
Treat Huey (PHI)
vs.
Yung-Jan Chan (TPE) [3]
Rohan Bopanna (IND) [3]
Not Before: 4:00 PM

Women's Doubles - Semifinals

Yi-Fan Xu (CHN) [15]
Saisai Zheng (CHN) [15]
vs.
Andrea Hlavackova (CZE) [7]
Lucie Hradecka (CZE) [7]

Women's Legends' Doubles

Marion Bartoli (FRA)
Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (ESP)
vs.
Kim Clijsters (BEL)
Iva Majoli (CRO)
SHOW COURT 3
11:00 AM

Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3

Alex De Minaur (AUS) [6]
vs.
Youssef Hossam (EGY) [12]

Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3

Eduard Guell Bartrina (ESP)
vs.
Max Purcell (AUS)
 Junior Boys' Doubles - Quarterfinals
Alex De Minaur (AUS)
Blake Ellis (AUS)
vs.
Toru Horie (JPN)
Nicola Kuhn (GER)
Not Before: 4:30 PM

Women's Legends' Doubles

Lindsay Davenport (USA)
Martina Navratilova (USA)
vs.
Nicole Bradtke (AUS)
Barbara Schett (AUT)

Men's Legends' Doubles

Jonas Bjorkman (SWE)
Thomas Johansson (SWE)
vs.
Henri Leconte (FRA)
Mark Philippoussis (AUS)

COURT 5
11:00 AM

Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3

Anna Kalinskaya (RUS) [4]
vs.
Katherine Sebov (CAN) [15]

Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3

Tung-Lin Wu (TPE)
vs.
Yunseong Chung (KOR) [5]

Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3

Yosuke Watanuki (JPN) [13]
vs.
Miomir Kecmanovic (SRB) [2]

Junior Boys' Doubles - Quarterfinals

Elliot Benchetrit (FRA)
Evan Furness (FRA)
vs.
Rio Noguchi (JPN)
Yunosuke Tanaka (JPN)

COURT 6
11:00 AM

 Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3
Karman Thandi (IND)
vs.
Sara Tomic (AUS)
 Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3
Mate Valkusz (HUN) [1]
vs.
Oliver Anderson (AUS)
 Quad Wheelchair Singles
Dylan Alcott (AUS)
vs.
Andrew Lapthorne (GBR)
 Junior Boys' Doubles - Quarterfinals
Piotr Matuszewski (POL)
Kacper Zuk (POL)
vs.
Scott Jones (AUS)
Max Purcell (AUS)

COURT 7
11:00 AM

 Women's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Kgothatso Montjane (RSA)
vs.
Aniek Van Koot (NED)
 Men's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Gustavo Fernandez (ARG)
vs.
Adam Kellerman (AUS)
 Men's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Nicolas Peifer (FRA)
vs.
Stephane Houdet (FRA) [2]
 Women's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Jiske Griffioen (NED) [1]
vs.
Lucy Shuker (GBR)

COURT 8
11:00 AM

 Men's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Shingo Kunieda (JPN) [1]
vs.
Gordon Reid (GBR)
 Women's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Sabine Ellerbrock (GER)
vs.
Yui Kamiji (JPN) [2]
 Quad Wheelchair Singles
Lucas Sithole (RSA)
vs.
David Wagner (USA)
 Men's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Joachim Gerard (BEL)
vs.
Maikel Scheffers (NED)

COURT 10
11:00 AM

 Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3
Anastasia Zarytska (UKR) [17]
vs.
Rebeka Masarova (SUI) [9]
 Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3
Felix Auger Aliassime (CAN) [4]
vs.
Kenneth Raisma (EST) [15]
 Women's Wheelchair Singles - Quarterfinals
Jordanne Whiley (GBR)
vs.
Marjolein Buis (NED)
 Junior Boys' Doubles - Quarterfinals
Kenneth Raisma (EST)
Mattias Siimar (EST)
vs.
Lukas Klein (SVK) [8]
Patrik Rikl (CZE) [8]

COURT 19
11:00 AM

 Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3
Dayana Yastremska (UKR) [16]
vs.
Violet Apisah (AUS)
 Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3
Bianca Andreescu (CAN) [1]
vs.
Baijing Lin (AUS)
 Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3
Liam Caruana (USA)
vs.
Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) [3]
 Junior Girls' Doubles - Quarterfinals
Bianca Andreescu (CAN) [1]
Charlotte Robillard-Millette (CAN) [1]
vs.
Dayana Yastremska (UKR) [6]
Anastasia Zarytska (UKR) [6]

COURT 20
11:00 AM

 Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3
Anastasia Potapova (RUS) [8]
vs.
Pranjala Yadlapalli (IND) [10]
 Junior Boys' Singles - Round 3
Jurabeck Karimov (UZB) [7]
vs.
Chan-yeong Oh (KOR)
 Junior Girls' Doubles - Quarterfinals
Karman Thandi (IND) [5]
Pranjala Yadlapalli (IND) [5]
vs.
Jaimee Fourlis (AUS)
Maddison Inglis (AUS)

COURT 22
11:00 AM

 Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3
Chihiro Muramatsu (JPN) [12]
vs.
Vera Lapko (BLR) [5]
 Junior Girls' Singles - Round 3
Lara Salden (BEL)
vs.
Tereza Mihalikova (SVK) [2]
 Junior Girls' Doubles - Quarterfinals
I-Hsuan Cho (TPE)
Ayumi Miyamoto (JPN)
vs.
Mayuka Aikawa (JPN) [8]
Chihiro Muramatsu (JPN) [8]
 Junior Girls' Doubles - Quarterfinals
Mira Antonitsch (AUT)
Panna Udvardy (HUN)
vs.
Anna Kalinskaya (RUS) [2]
Tereza Mihalikova (SVK) [2]

Sunday, 24 January 2016

Australian Open 2016 Day 7 Results and Match Preview

Australian Open 2016 Live Stream and Broadcasting TV Channels : You can also watch Australian Open 2016 Finals live. No. 12-seed Belinda Bencic and No. 5-seed Maria Sharapova will meet for the first time in their careers on Sunday (first match, Rod Laver) in an intriguing match-up that could lead to a potential quarterfinal match against Serena Williams.

by Jamie Lisanti “An impressive player,” Sharapova said of 18-year-old Bencic after her match on Friday. “A newer generation that's already established herself in the past season, beaten a lot of top players. It's a tough fourth round. We haven't played against each other before, but I'm sure we'll be playing many times. It's great that we can start here.”


The Swiss defeated Alison Riske, Timea Babos and Kateryna Bondarenko in the first three rounds to earn a spot in the Round of 16 against Sharapova. Coached by her father and Martina Hingis’s mother, Melanie Molitor, 12th-seeded Bencic has jumped in the rankings, from a top 100 debut in April 2014, to her first top 20 season last year, where she finished at No. 14 in the world. At the Rogers Cup in Toronto last August, Bencic upset Caroline Wozniacki, Ana Ivanovic, Serena and Simona Halep to win the title.

Australian Open 2016 Day 7 Results


ROD LAVER ARENA

5-Maria Sharapova (RUS) defeated 12-Belinda Bencic (SUI) 7-5 7-5.
1-Serena Williams (USA) defeated Margarita Gasparyan (RUS) 6-2 6-1
1-Novak Djokovic (SRB) defeated 14-Gilles Simon (FRA) 6-3 6-7(1) 6-4 4-6 6-3
From 7pm
10-Carla Suarez Navarro (ESP) defeated Daria Gavrilova (AUS) 0-6 6-3 6-2
3-Roger Federer (SUI) defeated 15-David Goffin (BEL) 6-2 6-1 6-4

MARGARET COURT ARENA

Martina Hingis (SUI)/Leander Paes (IND) defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (RUS)/Dominic Inglot (GBR) 6-3 7-5.
15-Marco Cecchinato/Andreas Seppi (ITA) defeated Marc Lopez/Feliciano Lopez (ESP) 1-6 7-6(1) 7-5
9-Vasek Pospisil (CAN)/Jack Sock (USA) defeated Sam Groth/Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) 6-4 6-2
6-Tomas Berdych (CZE) 4-6 6-4 6-3 1-6 6-3 defeated 24-Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP)

HISENSE ARENA

7-Kei Nishikori (JPN) defeated 9-Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) 6-4 6-2 6-4.
16-Pablo Cuevas (URU)/Marcel Granollers (ESP) defeated 2-Ivan Dodig (CRO)/Marcelo Melo (BRA) 7-6(3) 2-6 6-3
Anastasia Rodionova/Arina Rodionova (AUS) defeated Dominika Cibulkova (SVK)/Kirsten Flipkens (BEL) 5-7 6-2 6-4
4-Agnieszka Radwanska (POL) defeated Anna-Lena Friedsam (GER) 6-7 6-1 7-5