Two of New Zealand's top players in doubles tennis are
putting together a bold bid for Olympic qualification next
A new player has emerged in the New Zealand tennis scene and
while he may not be a household name yet, he's taken the No 1
singles ranking for a Kiwi player.
A highly motivated Southern Lakes showed its strength in
depth as it handed out an unprecedented whitewash to both
Otago and North Otago in Queenstown at the weekend.
The moment Andy Murray has pursued with such fanatical zeal
finally arrived, unforgettably, when an outrageous lob arched
over Belgium's David Goffin to seal Britain's first Davis Cup
title for 79 years.
Otago tennis teams head to Queenstown and Oamaru as underdogs
for the first round of the Southern League this weekend.
Novak Djokovic put the finishing touch to a magificent season
by beating Roger Federer 6-3 6-4 to win the ATP World Tour
Finals on Sunday for the fifth time in his career.
Taieri held top position and avenged a first-round countback
loss to St Clair at the start of the season when it beat St
Clair 5-1 in Dunedin club tennis on Saturday.
A year late maybe, but the ATP World Tour Finals will get a
fitting climax to the season after world No 1 Novak Djokovic
and Swiss maestro Roger Federer marched to consummate
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