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The semi-final matches have been determined at the 2015 Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia. The competition has come down to the final 4 for both the men and women's tournaments. Here are the 4 match ups that will determine who goes home and who moves onto the finals.
The march to the 2015 Australian Open Quarter-Finals is in full swing and some familiar names are moving into the final 8. Novak Djokovic, the world #1, got past world Gilles Muller, world #42 in a match that was not as close as the score. Djokovic won 6-4, 7-5, 7-5.
Roger Federer has won 17 illustrious Grand Slams in his career, but he failed to display that glory in the 3rd Round of the 2015 Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia. 46th ranked Andreas Seppi eliminated Federer in the best of 5 series to move onto the 4th Round of competition.
The 2nd Round of the 2015 Australian Open tennis tournament held few surprises thus far. The players one would expect to move on at this point have done so. This does not mean that the transition to the 3rd Round was easy for everyone. Let's examine some of the 2nd Round Results:
Over tennis's last decade Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nada and Andy Murray have been the ruling elite. 2014 saw the rise of several young players promising to bring a changing of the guard, but Federer says he and his companions are not yet ready to fade off into the sunset.
Michael Berrer of Germany is the 127th ranked professional tennis player in the world, but he felt like he was #1 when he ousted #2 seed Rafael Nadal of Spain out of the Qatar Open in the first round.
Even with young newcomers on the horizon like Marin Cilic and Stan Wawrinka; Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic still outlasted those who thought they had lost a step and finished the 2014 Tennis season very respectively.
Djokovic Reigns Supreme
At the end of the last professional tennis season Andy Murray had back surgery. He had no idea at the time that it would have such a dramatic affect on this season. Back in January, the Scot who once again won the Wimbledon Championship for Great Britain was ranked 4th in the world.
The San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals will face off tonight to determine who will be the 2014 Champions of Major League Baseball. These 2 teams have given baseball fans their due throughout this World Series.
QB Peyton Manning led the Denver Broncos to a crushing defeat of the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football 42-17. Manning completed 22 of 26 passes for 318 yards. He tossed 4 TDs and threw no interceptions. He entered the game 2 touchdowns shy of Brett Farve's record of 508 TD passes.
The 2014 NFL Season is in full swing today, but for professional tennis fans, all eyes are on New York and the U.S. Open. Just like anything can happen on any given day in the NFL, the same holds true for tennis.
Djokovic and Federer Out!
We are 3 games into the 2014 NFL Preseason and it is time to start previewing each division and make some early predictions. Today we will preview the AFC East. Last season the New England Patriots finished 12-4 to take the division once again.
On August 25th the 2014 ATP U.S. Open will begin at Flushing Meadows in New York. Once again some of the best professional tennis players in the world will gather in search of a U.S. Open victory.
The 2014 Major League Baseball season is over 130 games into the season and it is time to take a glance at who is hot and who is not. Let's take a glance at each division and see who rules the roost.
American League East