They were Wozniacki with six, and Clijsters with five.
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No one matches his depth of knowledge, dedication to the job or extensive preparation.
Dubbed the “mastercaster”, he has hosted and commentated almost every major sporting event in Australia including the AFL Grand Final, Brownlow Medal, Melbourne Cup, Bathurst 1000, Australian Open tennis, Australian Masters Golf, Bledisloe Cup and Tri-Nations Rugby, and every Olympic Games since 1980.
There are three tiers of favourites: firstly, Nadal and Federer, then Murray and Djokovic and then the third group, which includes Soderling, Berdych, Cilic and Del Potro and Tsonga, but the latter two depend on their ability to be fully fit after injuries.” On the women’s side of the draw Bruce feels the absence of Serena Williams will make a big difference.
“She’s won five of the last seven Australian Opens she’s contested. In 2010, there were 37 different winners on the tour but only two women won more than two tournaments.
and starts back fresh in 2011, I’d be rapt to see him win again.” Johanna’s passion for sport is only natural.
The former world-ranked backstroker was just 16 when selected for the Auckland Games, where she won bronze in the 100m backstroke.
A fitness freak, Gagan’s physique was instrumental in him getting mythological roles.
However, Gagan maintained a low profile and rarely went for parties.
It’s such a tragic news,” the IB Times quoted him as saying.
Gagan had a creative side to him -- he was fond of making Ganesh idols in his free time.
Johanna reported for shows such as Sportsworld and Sydney Weekender and hosted The AFL Half Time Show.