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Petra Kvitova wins Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships

Last weekend the Czech Republic Tennis star took her first title for six months by winning the Dubai Womens Single Tournament against Sara Errani, the Italian ranked 8th in the World, taking three straight sets to win the tournament.

Petra Kvitova showed some of the same class and style which won her the Wimbledon championship two years ago in 2011 and shows the play capable of this young tennis champion. Petra is currently ranked 7th in the World, down from her highest place of 2nd in 2011. If she continues play through 2013, as she has shown in Dubai, she could reclaim her previous ranking.

All eyes will be on her for Wimbledon 2013 to see if she can take a second win at the UK Tennis Championship.

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Victoria Azarenka Australian Open Victory and sights on Wimbledon?

It was Victoria Azarenka's 2nd win at the Australian Open, she beat Li Na with a 4-6 6-4 6-3 win. 23 year old Azarenka, ranked No1 in the world, has already had many years of Grand Slam tournaments behind her. Winning the Wimbledon Doubles Final twice in 2004 and 2005. Last year she won her first singles Grand Slam tournament in Australia and this year she has managed to retain that title.

She is still to win the Wimbledon Tennis Championship on her own and after holding on to last years form so well at the start of 2013, could this be her year to take the Wimbledon Title as well. As we have already seen from the competition on the ladies courts, this will not be an easy task.

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Novak Djokovic Wins Australian Open Grand Slam 2013

It was a close start to the match between Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, the first two sets could not see either player breaking the others serve. Then Murray faltered, called for a double-fault. After this he did not get close for the rest of the tiebreaker and was the first to drop the serve.

In the fourth set Novak Djokovic broke Murrays serve twice which surged him towards victory.

This is the third consecutive win in the Australian Open for Djokovic and his fourth overall. Djokovic has only won Wimbledon once in 2011. Could we see these two players head to head again for the Wimbledon Title? Murray will have his work cut out if they do.

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Andy Murray reaches the Quarter Finals of the Australian Open


Andy Murray celebrated his 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 win over Gilles Simon in Melbourne Park. Murray has shown consistent strength in this first Grand Slam tournament of the year, as he is yet to concede a set. His next challenge with be world No.36 Jeremy Chardy, who Murray has beaten four times out of their five matches.

But Andy Murray is not being complacent saying his next opponent has been playing "..he's playing good tennis. I mean, he's had some big wins this week. He serves well."

All eyes are on the top seeds in this tournament. Their performance here will start to dictate the line up at this years Wimbledon Tennis Championship.


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Sky Live: Federer v Del Potro
Defending champion Roger Federer will be aiming to successfully land his sixth BNP Paribas Open title in Indian Wells when he takes on Juan Martin del Potro - live on Sky Sports Arena from 8pm.

Del Potro sets up Federer showdown
Juan Martin del Potro kept his hopes of a first-ever Masters 1000 crown alive by setting up a date with defending champion Roger Federer in Indian Wells.

Federer reaches Indian Wells final
Roger Federer made his best-ever start to a season after a gutsy three-set win over unseeded Borna Coric to keep his bid for a record sixth Indian Wells title alive.

Rising stars reach Indian Wells final
Naomi Osaka and Daria Kasatkina will go head to head for the BNP Paribas Open title after stunning Simona Halep and Venus Williams respectively in the semi-finals at Indian Wells on Friday.


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