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Djokovic and Williams: Kings of tennis in 2015

Serbian Novak Djokovic ended the season in the top ranks for tennis players in 2015, repeating his achievements during ATP world tour of 2014. Djokovic achieved more than one championship this year, adding several new records to his already admirable profile. He won the Australian Open championship for the fifth time to become the player …

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Djokovic maintains world Tennis title

Djokovic participated in the final tournament of the season for professional tennis players in the first group with Roger Federer, the third in world ranking, Czech Tomas Berdych, the sixth in ranking, and Kei Nishikori, eighth place in the world ranking

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Federer maintains Basel title in Switzerland

Swiss tennis player and world number two, Roger Federer, won the title of the 2015 Swiss Indoor (Basel) tournament for the second year in a row. It was the 46th edition of the event. He defeated the Spanish Rafael Nadal, who ranked number six globally in the final match which brought them together, with scores …

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Surprises in Geneva and Nice tennis championships

Austrian player Dominic Thiem, ranked 42 internationally, won the championship title of 31st Open de Nice Côte d’Azur. The championship is among the ATP World Tour 250 series that has total prize money of €439,405. Thiem’s win came after he defeated the Argentinean Leonardo Mayer, ranked 24th, in the final game, with scores of 7-6, …

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The road to the Australian Open

Serbia’s V. Troicki (ranked no 54 worldwide) was able to claim the Apia men’s title this year by defeating Kazakhstan’s M. Kukushin (ranked no 51) in the final game 6-2, 6-3, to become the first titleholder for Serbia since the start of the tournament.

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The princes’ revolution

The match will take place between Federer, who took first place in the Davis Cup with his country’s team only five days ago, and Hewitt on 12 December in Sydney, Australia.

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Lamri and the unfortunate end

Lamri, who began playing tennis at 10, is well-known for his proficiency on muddy pitches. His last appearance officiating was the Spain F4 Futures championship held in Cartagena, Spain.

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