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So it would be interesting to see how that works out. Maria Sharapova: stays injury free Sharapova started 2015 well, winning her 34th career title in Brisbane and reaching the Australian Open final.
Given her huge serve, she should get there sooner than later.
However, she has already undergone an elbow surgery and that could be a concern in the coming years.
So, staying injury-free should be at the top of Sharapova’s wish list, especially given her three shoulder injuries earlier.
Novak Djokovic: triumphs at Roland Garros The Serb has reached the French Open final in three of the last four years, but has failed in his bid to join Andre Agassi, Federer and Nadal on a select list of men who have completed a career grand slam in the Open era.
Alexander Zverev (Age 18 Ranking 83) The youngest man in the ATP’s top 100, the 6ft 6ins Russian-turned-German is being hailed as a future superstar, and his deep, flat groundstrokes should cause some severe damage on the Tour in 2016.
The couple visited Sydney this month after he lost in the quarter-finals in Brisbane."The negative thing is I lost in the quarter-final in Brisbane but the good thing is I had chance to visit Sydney," Nadal said in his on-court interview with two-time former Melbourne champion Jim Courier. So after 10 years finally my girlfriend gets a wild card to come here."Asked to elaborate, Nadal said, smiling: "You know...Two of those defeats came against Nadal, but the last one was a shocker – Stan Wawrinka played some monster tennis to pummel the Serb into submission.It was a heart breaking defeat and his fans, and neutrals even, will be praying Djokovic gets that elusive trophy in 2016.better we stop here."Nadal lost in Brisbane to Milos Raonic and they will now meet again after the big-serving Canadian had earlier beaten Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6 (8/6) 3-6 6-4 6-1.The bottom half's other quarter-final will pitch Belgium's David Goffin against Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov.