Sunday, January 31, 2010

Roger Federer defeats Andy Murray to win Australian Open title

Roger Federer showed he has no ambition of accommodated his adamant anchor at the top of men's tennis, acceptable his fourth Australian Open, 16th Grand Slam and accepting the top baronial for a 268th week.

"That was sweet," Roger Federer said to Wayne McEwan, tournament referee, shortly after subduing Andy Murray 6-3, 6-4, 7-6(11) in two hours and 41 minutes on Rod Laver arena last night.

His achievement ensures that the 28-year-old bliss off the fresh division durably ensconced at the top afterwards acceptable Wimbledon and the French Open aftermost year.

"I'm on an incredible trip and I'll see where it ends," said Federer.
"I'm being pushed along by the new generation and they have made me a better player."

Roger Federer and Australian Open women's best Serena Williams will advance their No. 1 rankings back fresh ATP and WTA rankings are appear on Monday.

The crowd was immense and record was broken at the Australian open. Nearly 653,860 people watched the year's first Grand Slam on Sunday. This figure had broken the previous record of nearly 50,000 people in the fortnight of tennis.
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