Dan Evans is through to the third round but has only played one match so far Dan Evans has made it to the Australian Open third round but has only played one match after his second round opponent Arthur Rinderknech withdrew with a wrist injury. He breezed his first match against David Goffin in straight sets and British fans will be wishing him well as he is their best chance of a win in the men’s singles.
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Australian Open - the first of the 2022 Grand Slam events - is upon us. The run up to the tennis tournament has been dominated by whether world number one Novak Djokovic will participate in the event after Australia cancelled his visa for a second time in the days leading up to the tournament.
Australian Open 2022 – Cameron Norrie urged to ‘forget his ranking’ after first-round defeat to Sebastian Korda
Cameron Norrie has been urged to “forget his ranking” by Eurosport expert Mats Wilander after the 12th seed exited the Australian Open in the first round. The Briton rose up the rankings thanks to an incredible 2021 season, where he won the Los Cabos Open in July before winning his first Masters 1000 event three months later at Indian Wells.
Naomi Osaka, Rafael Nadal and Ashleigh Barty eased into round two. Amid the politics, a tennis tournament broke out at Melbourne Park on Monday. With Novak Djokovic arriving back in Serbia following his deportation, focus turned, at least partly, to the players who will challenge for the Australian Open titles.
By Press Association 2021 Amid the politics, a tennis tournament broke out at Melbourne Park on Monday. With Novak Djokovic arriving back in Serbia following his deportation, focus turned, at least partly, to the players who will challenge for the Australian Open titles. There was disappointment for British number one Cameron Norrie, who was well beaten by Sebastian Korda, but Naomi Osaka, Rafael Nadal and Ashleigh Barty all posted comfortable wins.
ANDY MURRAY is competing at the Australian Open for the first time since he prematurely announced his retirement in Melbourne three years ago. Cameron Norrie is expecting his compatriot Andy Murray to have a "deep run" at the Australian Open in his long-awaited return to the season-opening Grand Slam.
The first Grand Slam of the year is here. The Australian Open 2022 is now under way, but the first Grand Slam tennis tournament of the year has already been front and centre of headlines around the world as a result of Novak Djokovic's visa saga. Djokovic's attempt to appeal against the decision to cancel his visa was dismissed on Sunday (January 16), and he has since left Australia.
British No1 Cameron Norrie admitted his disappointment after crashing out of the Australian Open in the first round against American Sebastian Korda. Norrie, who was seeded 12th in Melbourne after a breakthrough 2021 campaign, was comprehensively beaten 6-3, 6-0, 6-4. Korda, 21, is the son of Czech former Australian Open champion Petr Korda and brother of women’s Olympic champion golfer Nelly Korda.
12th seed’s first-round exit is fourth defeat out of four in 2022 Cameron Norrie certainly never stopped trying. Even as game after game fell away and the match rushed to an increasingly unavoidable outcome, his footwork remained pristine, he continued to land as many returns as he could and he searched diligently for solutions.
British number one Cameron Norrie has been knocked out of the Australian Open on the tournament’s first day after a straight sets defeat to Sebastian Korda. The 26-year-old was seeded 12th for the first major of the year but offered nothing like the form which saw him win the Indian Wells title and rocket up the rankings in 2021.
Australian Open 2022 Dates: 17-30 January Venue: Melbourne Park Coverage: Daily radio commentaries on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, BBC Sport website and app, with selected live text commentaries online; TV highlights from middle Saturday. British number one Cameron Norrie says he does not know why he "didn't perform and didn't execute" as the nation's bid in the Australian Open singles made an inauspicious start.
Cameron Norrie suffered a disappointing defeat to Sebastian Korda, while Rafael Nadal launched his bid for a record 21st Grand Slam title with a trouncing of American Marcos Giron to reach the second round of the Australian Open Rafael Nadal began his bid for a 21st Grand Slam title with a comfortable victory over Marcos Giron
Cameron Norrie was left searching for answers after a dispiriting loss to Sebastian Korda in the first round of the Australian Open. The young American is one of the game’s up-and-coming stars and this was a very tricky draw for the British number one, but a 6-3 6-0 6-4 scoreline left no room for finding the positives.
British No. 1 Cameron Norrie suffered a disappointing start to his 2022 campaign. TPN/Getty Images British No. 1 Cameron Norrie suffered a disappointing start to his 2022 campaign as he was knocked out of the Australian Open in the first round by American Sebastian Korda. The 12th seed was outclassed 6-3 6-0 6-4, losing nine games in a row.
British No. 1 Cameron Norrie suffered a disappointing start to his 2022 campaign as he was knocked out of the Australian Open in the first round by American Sebastian Korda. The 12th seed was outclassed 6-3 6-0 6-4, losing nine games in a row. Norrie, 26, who turned professional in 2017, had a successful run of form in 2021 winning his first ATP tour title at Los Cabos in Mexico, and rose through the world rankings.
Australian Open 2022 results: Latest news as Cameron Norrie and Coco Gauff crash out but Nadal cruises through
The opening day was most notable for Novak Djokovic’s absence, but there were some surprising results on the court too Cameron Norrie saw his poor start to 2022 continue as he was dumped out of the Australian Open in straight sets by Sebastian Korda. Norrie had lost all three of his singles matches at the ATP Cup, his warm-up tournament for the first grand slam event of the year, but was nevertheless the favourite against world No 43 Korda.