Friday, 20 January 2017

tennis: Evans has the best result of a Grand Slam tournament, Tomic of blows

The last from the Australian Open on Friday (local all cases):

Daniel Evans has reached the fourth round on the Australian Open for the first time and has achieved him the best result of a Grand Slam tournament with 7-5, 7-6 (2), with the score 7-6 (3), a victory over Bernard Tomik, beating out the last Australian man from single games pulls.

The match has been suspended in the 10th game of the third set on Evans's giving when the pouring rain has begun to fall, having forced organizers to close a roof on Hisense Arena.

Evans has taken the lead with the score 5-3 in the extra time which is adjusted a match point with the reflected winner of volley then has imprisoned him when Tomic netted blow on the right.

It was hard for Evans who has lost Sydney International final last week to Gilles Müller in previous years on the Australian Open. He had the right for the main draw, but has lost in the first round last year and has lost in the second round of qualification and in his two other attempts to prepare in 2010 and in 2014.

26-year-old Evans will play the finalist of the Australian Open of 2008 Joe-Wilfrid Tsonga in the fourth round.

The first look Duan Ininga on Venus Williams on the tennis court was short: Williams has beaten the Chinese player 6-1, 6-0 in 59 minutes to open the night program on Margaret Court's Arena.

Duan has told after her victory of the second circle that she never saw an old American game and that she will rely on the trainer to analyse videos of some last matches of Williams.

Any preliminary investigation, appear, hasn't helped.

Williams will then play the winner of a match of night of Friday between Mona Bartel and Ash Barty.

The former finalist of the Australian Open Joe-Wilfrid Tsonga has returned in a round 16 after defeating to Jack Sock 7-6 (4), 7-5, 6-7 (8), 6-3.

The sock and the compatriot Sam Querrey were the last American men left in a draw, and both have lost during the moments the friend after the friend on Friday. Querrey has been won No. 1 Andy Murray.

Tsonga, the 12th seed kept his impressive strip against the American opponents on Grand Slam tournaments — he has won 11 competitions in a row as Andy Roddick has beaten him on the Australian Open of 2007.

Tsonga has lost to Novak Djokovic in the final of 2008 in the Melbourn Park.

The last two victories of Tsonga have arrived against the Sock — he has also beaten out the Sock from the USA Discovered last year in a round 16.

The American winner in the open championship Stan Wawrinka has promoted to the fourth round of the Australian Open, having overcome the slow beginning to beat Victor Troicki 3-6, 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 (7) on the Rod Laver Arena.

Wawrinka, the champion of 2014 in the Melbourn Park, has reached a round 16 fifth year in a row. It was his eighth victory in a row over Troicki.

The fourth artificial Wawrinka served for a match in 5-4 and again in 6-5, but Troicki has been broken.

Wawrinka will then play Andreas Seppi who has beaten Steve Darkis on Friday earlier.

The five-time finalist Andy Murray through to the fourth round of the Australian Open within the ninth year in a row, beating Sam Querrey 6-4, 6-2, 6-4.

Murray, appear, hasn't shown side effects from wound of the right anklebone which he has got during the last match.

In 4-4 in the first set, Murray has broken Querrey's giving, final arrival of a shot when the Scot has removed a candle on the head of 1.98 meters (6 feet 6) Querrey. The sphere has gone down well in the basis and Murray withheld by giving in a next game to conclude the first set.

Murray who will then play Mischa Zverev has lost each final which he has challenged in the Melbourn Park, four of them to Novak Djokovic. Djokovic has lost in the second round on Thursday, having left the opposite side of anybody's Murray widely open.

It was the third time, successful for Svetlanta Kuznetsova on the Australian Open — she served for a match three times before to beat Jelena Jankovic 6-4, 5-7, 9-7 to promote to the fourth round.

Kuznetsova who has won 2004 Open USA and French Open of 2009 given for a match in 5-4 in the second set and again in the third, but has been broken both times by the former No. 1 of Jankovic.

She has broken Jankovic's giving in 8-7 in the third, then the carried-out service on four consecutive points to conclude a match in 3 hours, 36 minutes.

Kuznetsova will then play other Russian, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova who has beaten Elina Svitolina 7-5, 4-6, 6-3.

The defending champion Angelique Kerber has won the first eight games and has continued to beat Kristyna Pliskova 6-0, 6-4 to promote to the fourth round.

Kerber who has beaten Pliskova's twin sister, Carolina, in the Open final of the USA last year then plays the American CoCo Vandeweghe who has beaten the former semifinalist Eugenie Bouchard on Friday earlier.

The American CoCo Vandeweghe - the first woman through to the fourth round in the Melbourn Park, winning against the former semifinalist Eugenie Bouchard 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.

Vandeweghe has quickened from a gap down in the third set and has beaten off four more points of a gap in 4 - all before closing of a match in 2 hours, 22 minutes. She has reached the fourth round on the Australian Open for the first time.

The American is estimated above, than Bouchard, but the Canadian played well and sought to come back to the fourth round in the major for the first time since 2015.

Vandeweghe then plays the winner between perfect Angelique Kerber and Kristyna Pliskova who play later on Friday.

Rainy morning has conceded mainly to cloudy heaven on Friday when the defending champion Angelique Kerber and perfect Andy Murray prepare for their three-rounds to matches on the Australian Open.

Kerber, as planned, will play Kristyna Pliskova in a match of the Rod Laver Arena while Murray who has injured his anklebone in his match of the second round was going to play Sam Querrey in Hisense Arena.

The four-time champion Roger Federer, coming back since six months aside with the left injury of a knee, was going to play Tomas Berdych in a night match on Rod Laver. It will be the most strict test which the 17-fold large champion has faced since return to a tournament game.

Matches of single games have begun in the main exhibition courts in time.

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