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The excitement within the Tennis world is building as both the ATP and WTA get a new season under way. 2016 gets properly started with the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, The Australian Open, from January 18th until the 31st. Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams will be looking to make a successful defence of their titles, but will face stiff competition. In the men’s draw it will be the Brit Andy Murray, Swiss legend Roger Federer and a resurgent Rafael Nadal trying to wrestle Djokovic from atop his perch. The women will all be gunning for Serena, with Simona Halep, Garbine Muguruza and Maria Sharapova amongst those clipping at her heels. After the action Down Under, the season will progress through a series of tournaments including the other three Grand Slams. The French Open at Roland Garros is from May 22nd until June 5th, The Wimbledon Championships from the 27th June until the 10th of July and The US Open from 29th August until 11th September. As well as these, there are several big money tournaments that build up to the end of season Finals in London (ATP) and Singapore (WTA). Also, this year will see the best players in the world of Tennis go for gold at the Olympic Games in Rio. Every one of these tournaments and more will be covered by our expert writers to keep you up to date and informed of all the winners and losers during the 2016 Tennis season.

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Can Murray finally win the Australian Open?

Andy Murray has reached the final of the Australian Open four times in his career, but has still never lifted the title. Defeat to Roger Federer in 2010 has been followed by three defeats in the championship match to Novak Djokovic in 2011, 2013 and last year. Will 2016 finally be the year that Murray can win this illusive title or will he remain forever the bridesmaid and never the bride down under? A successful 2015 saw Murray climb to number two in the ATP rankings behind Djokovic, after winning four calendar titles and he also starred for Great Britain in their first Davis Cup triumph for 79 years. Murray was also a beaten finalist in another three tournaments, losing all of them to Djokovic, whilst reaching at least the Semi Final in three of the four Grand Slam events. For all of the good form Murray showed last year, he still seems to fall short against the best players in the game. A 0-2 record against Federer and a 1-6 against Djokovic shows that he may have a psychological disadvantage against those two, which effects his chances of winning the major tournaments. This year he will hope to overcome those disadvantages though and let his off court happiness put him in a better frame of mind ahead of the big games. Marriage and impending fatherhood have obviously given Murray a boost in life that has shown on court and he will be hoping to continue his rise in 2016. His main aim is to dislodge Djokovic at the top of the rankings, starting with what he hopes will...

Rising ATP stars to watch in 2016

Rising ATP stars to watch in 2016 Coming into a new tennis season, all the talk is about the top players such as Novak Djokovic or Andy Murray. The players that are tipped to win everything and stand tall at the top of the rankings come the end of the year. There are a few rising stars on the ATP tour at the moment though, with 2016 promising to be an exciting year for them. Here are the top three rising stars to watch for the upcoming season. Elias Ymer The 19-year-old Swede became the first teenager to qualify for all four grand slam tournaments in 2015, losing in the first round of all of them but showing enough talent to be tipped as a future star. Currently ranked 132 in the ATP world rankings, he will be determined to qualify for as many tournaments as possible in 2016 and give that ranking a massive boost. Hyeon Chung The South Korean, ranked 75 in the ATP rankings, has been dominating futures and challenger tournaments and is now starting to make an impact on the pro circuit. The 19-year-old showed his potential in the US Open in 2015 against world number 4 Stan Wawrinka, with the Swiss player needing three tie break sets to win their second round encounter. Many people are tipping Chung as a future grand slam winner and most believe that 2016 will be the year he starts to show just how good he really is by rising up the rankings. Borna Coric Coric is an extremely talented 18-year-old rising star that is tipped as the future...

Can Rafael Nadal get back to his best in 2016?

Rafael Nadal will go down in history as one of the best Tennis players of all time, with many people believing he is the greatest clay-court player to ever pick up a racket. The last few years have seen the Spanish former world number 1 and fourteen-time grand slam winner slip down the rankings, suffering from injuries and struggling to find the form that took him to the top of the world. Could 2016 be the year that Nadal gets back to his best? Well, let us look at his 2015 to try and find the answer. Nadal started his 2015 season with a surprise first round singles defeat in Qatar to German qualifier Michael Berrer, before partnering Juan Monaco to the doubles title at the same event. That was just the start of a struggling singles campaign for Nadal, which saw him win only three tour titles and not get past the Quarter Final of any of the four grand slam events. His ranking even dropped to 10th in June ’15 as he found himself falling further behind the likes of Djokovic, Murray and Federer. Nadal isn’t one to just lay down and die though, with a fighting spirit instilled into him that he showed in abundance as the season drew to a close. The last five tournaments of the year saw the Spaniard reach two Finals, two Semi Finals and one Quarter Final as he climbed back up to fifth in the ATP world rankings. The ATP Tour Finals in London saw Nadal playing as good as ever, with victories over Stan Wawrinka, David Ferrer and Andy...

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