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Australian Open 2019: Alex De Minaur grinds through unexpected schedule, fatigue with maturity to enter third round

On Wednesday, De Minaur took care of a lesser known Swiss. In the next round, he comes up against the most famous Spaniard to step on a tennis court, Rafael Nadal. Calm, unafraid, and revving for..
Firstpost - Published

Australian Open 2019: Alex de Minaur, Rafael Nadal set to face off in third round as expectations soar ahead of all-Spanish duel

The 19-year-old Australian number one De Minaur went to primary school in Spain, has a Spanish mother and an Uruguayan father. He speaks fluent Spanish.
Firstpost - Published

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Tsitsipas wins Next Gen ATP Finals [Video]Tsitsipas wins Next Gen ATP Finals  03:44

Stefanos Tsitsipas capped a breakthrough season by rallying from a set down to beat Australian Alex de Minaur in the Next Gen ATP Finals.

Sky Sports UK - Published

Di Minaur makes short work of Caruana [Video]Di Minaur makes short work of Caruana  01:10

Alex de Minaur cruises through his opening Next Gen match against Liam Caruana conceding only four games to the Italian.

Sky Sports UK - Published

Andy Murray Sobs Then Rails Against Citi Open Tournament Schedule [Video]Andy Murray Sobs Then Rails Against Citi Open Tournament Schedule  00:30

Tennis star Andy Murray sobbed after defeating Marius Copil after winning the Citi Open. After getting past the win, Murray complained about the tournament schedule, even hinting that he may withdraw...

Wochit News - Published

John Isner Opens With Win In Bid For 5th Atlanta Open Title [Video]John Isner Opens With Win In Bid For 5th Atlanta Open Title  00:28

Top-seeded John Isner won in his first match since a marathon loss at Wimbledon, beating Alex de Minaur of Australia 6-3, 6-2 on Wednesday night in the Atlanta Open. Matt Yurus reports.

CBS Dallas Digital - Published

Highlights of Wimbledon day six [Video]Highlights of Wimbledon day six  03:00

Women's number one Simona Halep bows out and Rafael Nadal continues his charge on day 6 at Wimbledon

Reuters - Sports - Published

Three Aussie Men Move Into Wimbledon's Third Round [Video]Three Aussie Men Move Into Wimbledon's Third Round  00:55

It was a good day for Australia at Wimbledon as teen star Alex de Minaur and Nick Kyrgios and Matt Ebden all advanced.

Wochit - Published

 

De Minaur never considered Spanish acquisition

Spain was interested in dual nationality Alex De Minaur, but he "bled green and gold'' and never entertained a switch.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

De Minaur never considered Spanish acquisition

Spain was interested in dual nationality Alex De Minaur, but he "bled green and gold'' and never entertained a switch.
The Age - Published

Sport24.co.za | De Minaur-Nadal clash promises 'something special'

Half-Spanish Alex de Minaur said it will be special facing "king" Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open.
News24 - Published

De Minaur a champion in the making: McEnroe

John McEnroe has paid Alex de Minaur the ultimate compliment ahead of the teenager's box-office Australian Open showdown with Rafael Nadal.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

McEnroe's gushing praise for de Minaur

Tennis great John McEnroe has nominated Alex de Minaur as a possible multiple grand slam winner ahead of the teen's Melbourne Park showdown with Rafael Nadal.
SBS - Published

De Minaur sets sights on Nadal showdown

Alex de Minaur has set up a third round Australian Open showdown with Rafael Nadal, who thrashed the youngster at Wimbledon last year.
SBS - Published

Morning Update: Thursday January 17

WestConnex causing cracks, Alex de Minaur is through to the third round of the Australian Open, and Tony Abbott slapped down over his Brexit claim.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Who is he watching?': Kyrgios in dig at Hewitt on social media

Nick Kyrgios had a shot at Lleyton Hewitt, pointing out him watching Alex de Minaur play his match while John Millman and Matt Ebden played on other courts.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australian Open 2019: Alex De Minaur through in five-set epic - but faces a tough third-round opponent

The fresh likeable face of Australian tennis Alex De Minaur has advanced to the third round of the Australian Open and onto a match against Rafael Nadal.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Roger Federer and Alex de Minaur in a tournament for the ages

Roger Federer and Alex de Minaur start on the same day at the Australian Open, but from vastly different places.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

De Minaur, Barty ready to lead home charge in Melbourne

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An ice bath, a massage and a private jet ride from Sydney to Melbourne after winning his first ATP title has refreshed Alex de Minaur enough for him to state he is ready to lead..
SBS - Published

De Minaur embraces Lleyton Hewitt links

Teenage tennis sensation Alex de Minaur is happy his playing style and achievements continue to see him compared to Lleyton Hewitt.
SBS - Published

Kid rock: De Minaur beats the odds to break Sydney title drought

Alex De Minaur became the first Australian man in six years to win the Sydney International but later complained of poor treatment by Australian Open officials.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

De Minaur kicks off big day by booking Sydney final appearance

Alex de Minaur will face Andreas Seppi in the final of the Sydney International after the Australian accounted for Frenchman Gilles Simon in straight sets.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Little brotherly love as De Minaur beats Sydney mate Thompson

Despite Alex de Minaur describing Jordan Thompson as a "brother" before the match, the contest was a tense affair.
Brisbane Times - Published

De Minaur beats good mate Thompson to advance to Sydney semi-finals

Despite Alex de Minaur describing Jordan Thompson as a "brother" before the match, the contest was a tense affair.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Alex De Minaur into Sydney tennis quarters

Teenage star Alex de Minaur has beaten American qualifier Reilly Opelka to set up an all-Australian Sydney International quarter-final with Jordan Thompson.
SBS - Published

Alex De Minaur sets up quarter-finals clash with Thompson in Sydney

De Minaur has lined up a showdown with fellow Sydneysider Jordan Thompson after defeating Reilly Opelka in the second round of the Sydney International.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Alex de Minaur dreams of last Sydney title

Australian No.1 Alex de Minaur has defeated Serbian Dusan Lajovic in straight sets in their first-round match at the Sydney International.
SBS - Published

Alex de Minaur gets Sydney International campaign off to flying start

The top-ranked Australian men's player will now meet American qualifier Reilly Opelka in the second round on Tuesday.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Running man: De Minaur ready to put in the miles to reach the top

Alex De Minaur bowed out in Brisbane, but heads south full of confidence that he can stretch even the world's best players this summer.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

De Minaur's battery charged for Aust Open

Alex de Minaur says lessons learned during an incredible year on tour will help him handle the pressure he is anticipating to feel at the Australian Open.
SBS - Published

Alex De Minaur falls to resurgent Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Brisbane quarters

The Australian can never be faulted for not emptying the tank. But his relentless chasing would prove fruitless as the French veteran produced some vintage tennis.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tsonga trumps de Minaur in Brisbane

Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has put an injury-riddled 2018 behind him with an impressive quarter-final defeat of Australia's Alex de Minaur in Brisbane.
SBS - Published

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