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01-28-2013 10:20 PM
Sombrerero loco
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Quote:
Originally Posted by petar_pan View Post
You are saying this guy isn't better?




You gota kidding me
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01-28-2013 10:18 PM
Dund
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Quote:
Originally Posted by petar_pan View Post
You are saying this guy isn't better?




You gota kidding me
Sure he's great at that. Maybe he can join the circus.
01-28-2013 09:02 AM
petar_pan
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dund View Post
What? Federer is slowly being phased out, and I think Nadal may do also. Fed has struggled to handle the extra power from taller guys like Djokovic and Murray. Sorry but the trend is and will always go up. 185cm being requisite 5 or 6 years ago will be 190cm in a few years. In the 80's you could dominate at like 5'10 or 5'11. It goes up, that's just a fact of life.

I don't know anything about Coric, and maybe he will grow a few inches and be a top player. I'm just saying if you don't have height you must have exceptional talent to compete with the best for GS in the coming years. 6 foot players won't cut it unless you have all world talent like a Federer.
You are saying this guy isn't better?




You gota kidding me
01-27-2013 12:55 PM
Sombrerero loco
Re: Australian Open Junior | Australia | GA | 19 Jan | Winner: Nick KYRGIOS (AUS)

kokkinakis
01-27-2013 07:28 AM
petar_pan
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dund View Post
What? Federer is slowly being phased out, and I think Nadal may do also. Fed has struggled to handle the extra power from taller guys like Djokovic and Murray. Sorry but the trend is and will always go up. 185cm being requisite 5 or 6 years ago will be 190cm in a few years. In the 80's you could dominate at like 5'10 or 5'11. It goes up, that's just a fact of life.

I don't know anything about Coric, and maybe he will grow a few inches and be a top player. I'm just saying if you don't have height you must have exceptional talent to compete with the best for GS in the coming years. 6 foot players won't cut it unless you have all world talent like a Federer.
Actually I made mistake. He is almost tall like Ivanišević (who is 1993). He has good serve, trains in London and has his own coach from there.


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01-26-2013 02:53 PM
Dund
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Quote:
Originally Posted by petar_pan View Post
You didn't get me right. This guy (Kokkinakis) is taller and, than off-course, stronger. But Coric isn't small and weak, he is younger and should develope well.
Beside that, the best players are 185 (Sampras, Federer, Nadal). If you are too tall you can't be conistent from the back line which is the most important thing in today's tennis. Tsonga like players (like Kokkinakis is) can't rule the tennis nowdays.
What? Federer is slowly being phased out, and I think Nadal may do also. Fed has struggled to handle the extra power from taller guys like Djokovic and Murray. Sorry but the trend is and will always go up. 185cm being requisite 5 or 6 years ago will be 190cm in a few years. In the 80's you could dominate at like 5'10 or 5'11. It goes up, that's just a fact of life.

I don't know anything about Coric, and maybe he will grow a few inches and be a top player. I'm just saying if you don't have height you must have exceptional talent to compete with the best for GS in the coming years. 6 foot players won't cut it unless you have all world talent like a Federer.
01-26-2013 01:40 PM
Marita_Matthäus
Re: Australian Open Junior | Australia | GA | 19 Jan | Winner: Nick KYRGIOS (AUS)

Kokkinakis Congrats to Kyrgios!
01-26-2013 01:23 PM
SapELee
Re: Australian Open Junior | Australia | GA | 19 Jan | Winner: Nick KYRGIOS (AUS)

For those with access to ESPN3, there is a replay: http://espn.go.com/watchespn/player/...ize/condensed/
01-26-2013 01:20 PM
SapELee
Doubles, Winner: Jay ANDRIJIC (AUS) / Bradley MOUSLEY (AUS)

Code:
1st Round

    Borna CORIC (CRO) /  Laslo DJERE (SRB) [1]          6-4 0-6 [10-7]     Luka ILIC (SRB) /  Cem ILKEL (TUR)
    Karen KHACHANOV (RUS) /  Franko MIOCIC (CRO)        7-5 5-7 [10-7]     Christian GARIN (CHI) /  Nicolas JARRY (CHI)
    Hyeon CHUNG (KOR) /  Dukyoung KIM (KOR)             6-2 6-3            Marc POLMANS (AUS) /  Akira SANTILLAN (AUS)
    Gustav HANSSON (SWE) /  Takashi SAITO (JPN)         6-4 4-6 [10-4]     Naoki NAKAGAWA (JPN) /  Yoshihito NISHIOKA (JPN) [8]
    Maximilian MARTERER (GER) /  Lucas MIEDLER (AUT)    Walkover           Quentin HALYS (FRA) /  Nikola MILOJEVIC (SRB) [4]
    Omar JASIKA (AUS) /  Blake MOTT (AUS)               7-6(6) 7-5         Petros CHRYSOCHOS (CYP) /  Sergis KYRATZIS (CYP)
    Jurence Zosimo MENDOZA (PHI) /  Pak Long YEUNG (HKG)6-4 4-6 [10-8]     Siyu LIU (CHN) /  Weiqiang ZHENG (CHN)
    Mackenzie MCDONALD (USA) /  Mazen OSAMA (EGY) [7]   2-6 6-1 [10-6]     Adrian OBERT (GER) /  Paul WOERNER (GER)
    Jacob GRILLS (AUS) /  Daniel GUCCIONE (AUS)         7-5 6-3            Wayne MONTGOMERY (RSA) /  Martin REDLICKI (USA) [6]
    Enzo COUACAUD (FRA) /  Stefano NAPOLITANO (ITA)     6-3 6-2            Harry BOURCHIER (AUS) /  Cameron NORRIE (NZL)
    Thanasi KOKKINAKIS (AUS) /  Nick KYRGIOS (AUS)      6-1 6-1            Fedor ANDRIENKO (RUS) /  Anton DESYATNIK (RUS)
    Filippo BALDI (ITA) /  Robin STANEK (CZE) [3]       6-3 6-1            Ku Keon KANG (KOR) /  Duck Hee LEE (KOR)
    Hugo DI FEO (CAN) /  Brayden SCHNUR (CAN) [5]       6-3 7-6(4)         Aleksandr Ivanovich SPIRIN (RUS) /  Alexander ZVEREV (GER)
    Jay ANDRIJIC (AUS) /  Bradley MOUSLEY (AUS)         7-5 6-3            Hannes WAGNER (GER) /  Dominic WEIDINGER (AUT)
    Seong Chan HONG (KOR) /  Young Seok KIM (KOR)       6-2 6-3            Maxime HAMOU (FRA) /  Johan Sebastien TATLOT (FRA)
    Thai-Son KWIATKOWSKI (USA) /  Elias YMER (SWE) [2]  6-4 6-3            Matej MARUSCAK (SVK) /  Jakub ORAVEC (SVK)


2nd Round

    Karen KHACHANOV (RUS) /  Franko MIOCIC (CRO)         2-6 6-3 [10-7]     Borna CORIC (CRO) /  Laslo DJERE (SRB) [1]
    Hyeon CHUNG (KOR) /  Dukyoung KIM (KOR)              7-6(4) 6-3         Gustav HANSSON (SWE) /  Takashi SAITO (JPN)
    Maximilian MARTERER (GER) /  Lucas MIEDLER (AUT)     6-4 6-4            Omar JASIKA (AUS) /  Blake MOTT (AUS)
    Jurence Zosimo MENDOZA (PHI) /  Pak Long YEUNG (HKG) 7-6(4) 1-6 [10-6]  Mackenzie MCDONALD (USA) /  Mazen OSAMA (EGY) [7]
    Enzo COUACAUD (FRA) /  Stefano NAPOLITANO (ITA)      6-3 6-4            Jacob GRILLS (AUS) /  Daniel GUCCIONE (AUS)
    Thanasi KOKKINAKIS (AUS) /  Nick KYRGIOS (AUS)       6-3 6-1            Filippo BALDI (ITA) /  Robin STANEK (CZE) [3]
    Jay ANDRIJIC (AUS) /  Bradley MOUSLEY (AUS)          6-3 7-5            Hugo DI FEO (CAN) /  Brayden SCHNUR (CAN) [5]
    Seong Chan HONG (KOR) /  Young Seok KIM (KOR)        3-6 7-5 [10-5]     Thai-Son KWIATKOWSKI (USA) /  Elias YMER (SWE) [2]


Quarterfinal

    Hyeon CHUNG (KOR) /  Dukyoung KIM (KOR)              7-6(3) 7-5     Karen KHACHANOV (RUS) /  Franko MIOCIC (CRO)
    Maximilian MARTERER (GER) /  Lucas MIEDLER (AUT)     7-6(3) 6-2     Jurence Zosimo MENDOZA (PHI) /  Pak Long YEUNG (HKG)
    Enzo COUACAUD (FRA) /  Stefano NAPOLITANO (ITA)      6-2 6-4        Thanasi KOKKINAKIS (AUS) /  Nick KYRGIOS (AUS)
    Jay ANDRIJIC (AUS) /  Bradley MOUSLEY (AUS)          7-6(4) 6-4     Seong Chan HONG (KOR) /  Young Seok KIM (KOR)


Semifinal

    Maximilian MARTERER (GER) /  Lucas MIEDLER (AUT)     6-3 6-2            Hyeon CHUNG (KOR) /  Dukyoung KIM (KOR)
    Jay ANDRIJIC (AUS) /  Bradley MOUSLEY (AUS)          4-6 6-4 [10-4]     Enzo COUACAUD (FRA) /  Stefano NAPOLITANO (ITA)


Final

    Jay ANDRIJIC (AUS) /  Bradley MOUSLEY (AUS)     6-3 7-6(3)     Maximilian MARTERER (GER) /  Lucas MIEDLER (AUT)
01-26-2013 01:13 PM
SapELee
Final

Nick KYRGIOS (AUS) [3] d. Thanasi KOKKINAKIS (AUS) (WC) 7-6(4) 6-3


Congrats to Nick on the title.
01-26-2013 09:18 AM
ciprianned
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Well done KYRGIOS !
01-26-2013 01:04 AM
SapELee
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

There was a stream, but you can't really see the court (camera angle showing like the whole stadium). Maybe they will turn the camera back on for the boys final.
01-25-2013 09:19 PM
Mario000
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Does anyone know if there is going to be stream for girls' and boys' final?
01-25-2013 05:30 PM
SapELee
Re: Australian Open Junior Championships | Australia | GA | 19 January - 26 January 2

Quote:
Originally Posted by Beta2k View Post
same question different day: will the juniors boys' singles final be streamed? it's right before women's finals
probably, it is an all-Aussie final
01-25-2013 05:28 PM
SapELee
Semifinals

Nick KYRGIOS (AUS) [3] d. Filippo BALDI (ITA) [8] 6-2 6-1
Thanasi KOKKINAKIS (AUS) (WC) d. Borna CORIC (CRO) [11] 6-3 6-2
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