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AUSTRALIAN OPEN. Djokovic beats Tsonga in “brutal” conditions of exit for Spanish riders in women

It is very hot in Australia and see the tennis players at the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic and Gaël Monfils were with temperatures up to 40 degrees greater than the market in the Rod Laver Arena. The Serb pulled after four sets on the longest end, and placed themselves so for the third round.

Djokovic has already won six times in Australia but lost the first set of the French woelwater: 6-4. In the second set got Monfils, however, suffer from the heat. He felt dizzy and disappeared to the changing rooms with a doctor. Then it was the fat from the soup at the Frenchman and Djokovic steams, literally, than with grondtemperaturen to 69 degrees, to win: 6-3, 6-1, 6-3.

“It was clear that today we are so much apart,” said Djokovic afterwards. “These were really tough conditions, brutal even, especially the first one and a half hours. My elbow? That is still not 100 percent, but is better.”

Exit Muguruza

For Garbiñe Muguruza (WTA 3) is the second round of the terminus of the Australian Open. The 24-year-old Spanish lost Thursday in two sets (7-6 (7/1)) and (6-4) of Su-Wei Hsieh (WTA 82) from Taiwan. The party lasted just two hours.

Hsieh looks on in the third round Agnieszka Radwanska (WTA 28) in the eyes. The 28-year-old Polish counted in the second round with the Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko (WTA 42). After two hours and seventeen minutes gave the scoreboard 2-6, 7-5 and 6-3.

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