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ESPN : declared in Relax! 2017 Australian Open proves American tennis is in a great place again

as mentioned in Timeline of Serena Williams’ 23 majors With a win over Venus Williams at the 2017 Australian Open, Serena Williams extended her incredible run of greatness.
Martina Hingis, with three major women’s doubles titles and four in mixed doubles, leads all players with seven.
Mattek-Sands, Safarova win women’s doubles Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova have won their second women’s title at Melbourne Park.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands, currently the pride of Phoenix, Arizona, who won the women’s doubles with Lucie Safarova, has four women’s doubles titles and one mixed, with Mike Bryan.
He was the last American man to win a Grand Slam, back at the 2003 U.S Open.

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Australian Open final tennis RESULTS: Nadal vs Federer

Roger Federer claimed a record-stretching 18th Grand Slam title with a five-set win over Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open.
Victory in Melbourne represents Federer’s first Major title since 2012, and keeps Nadal tied with Pete Sampras on 14 Slams.
The Swiss came from 3-1 down in the decider to reel off five straight games and emerge the victor 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3.
Relive all the action with Sportsmail’s JAMES DUTTON, with updates from Down Under courtesy of MIKE DICKSON…
Bruce McAvaney missed Australian Open and may quit tennis

according to Sports broadcasting legend Bruce McAvaney missed the Australian Open this year – and is considering getting out of tennis commentating altogether.
Scroll down for videoSports broadcasting legend Bruce McAvaney missed the Australian Open this year – and is considering getting out of calling tennis altogether.
He said he watched it at home in Adelaide with his wife, Annie – only the second Australian Open he’s missed since 1990.
McAvaney decided to take a break from calling the Australian Open this year after a busy 2016, which included the Rio Olympics.
But he didn’t anticipate the final would be between classic rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal – and he regretted not being present.

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