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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Australian Open 2017: Victor Estrella Burgos Into 2nd Rd for the First Time

Victor Estrella Burgos (#103) of the Dominican Republic finally cracks the Australian Open and reaches the second round of this grand slam for the first time in his 15 year career as a professional player.  He is the first player from his country to do so.

He has already reached the second round of the French Open (2016), Wimbledon (2015) and the third round of the US Open (2014).

He won over the British player Aljaz Bedene (#108) 76(7) 75 06 63.

He will meet the Australian player Bernard Tomic (#27) in the second round.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Australian Open 2017: Roger Federer A Sentimental Favorite

Interestingly, even if he's ranked #17 in the world right now, and is in a draw that is full of today's heavyweights, legendary player Roger Federer was still able to come up as the favorite in his side of the draw after using the head-to-heads.  We have modified also the rules a bit by including only the data from up to three years ago.

On paper, the fourth round of this side of the draw should be between Murray and Isner and Roger and Kei Nishikori. Murray and Roger are the ones touted to be in the QFs.  

Well, Roger struggled a bit against Jurgen Melzer of Austria in his first round match today but still came out on top.  Let's see how his play progresses as the rounds move on.

A tough 3rd round opponent looms in Tomas Berdych, who is currently ranked #10.  If he gets past through him, he should meet Kei Nishikori in the 4th then Murray in the QFs, and possibly Tsonga in the SFs.  A lot of talented players to vanquish just to reach the finals!

Australian Open 2017: Journeyman Lukas Lacko Into Fifth Second Round Appearance Here

Slovakian Lukas Lacko, currently ranked #122, gets into the second round of this grand slam for the fifth time. It's also his 9th time overall into this round in all the grand slams.

He upset Spanish player Albert Ramos-Vinolas (#26) 46 75 16 64 63.  He will next meet Dudi Sela of Israel (#86).

He has reached the third round here in 2012.

Australian Open 2017: Noah Rubin Ushers In the Future of American Men's Tennis

Twenty-one year old American Noah Rubin (#200) gets into the second round of a grand slam as he upset fellow American Bjorn Fratangelo (#155) 67(4) 75 36 62 62.

He will most likely meet his idol, Roger Federer in the next round.

Australian Open 2017: Alexander Bublik Another Youngster into Second Round

Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan, currently ranked #207, gets into his very first second round appearance in a grand slam. by upsetting Lucas Pouille (#16) of France 60 36 63 64. He's only 19 years old.

He will next meet Malek Jaziri (#56) of Tunisia