31.01.2020 - 08:49 Uhr
sport1.de
Die an Nummer zwei gesetzten Timea Babos (Ungarn) und Kristina Mladenovic (Frankreich) haben bei den Australian Open den Titel im Damen-Doppel gewonnen. Im Endspiel in der Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne besiegten sie die topgesetzten Hsieh Su-Wei/Barbora Strycova (Taiwan/Tschechien) mit 6:2, 6:1.Für Babos/Mladenovic war es der dritte gemeinsame Titel bei einem Grand Slam nach den Australian Open 2018 und den French Open 2019. Hsieh/Strycova hatten im vergangenen Jahr in Wimbledon gewonnen.DAZN gratis testen und Tennis-Highlights live & auf Abruf erleben | ANZEIGEDie Siegerinnen erhielten ein Preisgeld von 760.000 Australischen Dollar (463.000 Euro), die Verliererinnen teilen sich immerhin noch 380.000 Dollar (231.500).
  

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26.04.2020 - 21:40 Uhr
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The Mutua Madrid Open Virtual Pro begins Monday, and you can now find out when your favourite players are competing.Rafael Nadal, a five-time Madrid champion, will begin his virtual campaign against Canadian Denis Shapovalov not before 3:30pm Madrid time. That will be Nadal's only official match on the first day of action, but the Spaniard will also play YouTube star DjMariio in a charity match not before 4pm.Former World No. 1 Andy Murray, who joins Nadal in Group 1, will play Frenchman Benoit Paire following Nadal's match against DjMariio.Matches will take place from 3pm local time, when Diego Schwartzman faces former World No. 3 David Ferrer, until 930pm, when Frances Tiafoe ends the day with a charity match against footballer Borja Iglesias.This pioneering charity initiative will donate a total of €50,000 to the Madrid Food Bank to help reduce the social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the tournament will include a total purse of €300,000 in the two competitions (€150,000 ATP and €150,000 WTA), from which the winners will be able to decide how much they donate to their peers on Tour who are currently suffering economically. They will all be competing in a Manolo Santana Stadium that has been recreated in exquisite detail in the video game Tennis World Tour (Nacon Gaming), and hoping to win the spoils with their PS4 controllers. This tournament will be played from 27-30 April, with the round-robin qualifying groups taking place on 27 and 28 April. The top two players in each group will advance to a knockout quarter-final draw.Full Monday Order Of Play: Time Match 3pm Diego Schwartzman vs. David Ferrer Followed by Carla Suarez vs. Belinda Bencic NB 3:30pm Rafael Nadal vs. Denis Shapovalov Followed by Karolina Pliskova vs. Fiona Ferro NB 4pm Rafael Nadal vs. DjMariio (Charity) Followed by Benoit Paire vs. Andy Murray NB 430pm Johanna Konta vs. Sorana Cirstea Followed by Stefanos Tsitsipas vs. Fabio Fognini NB 5pm Angelique Kerber vs. Donna Vekic Followed by David Goffin vs. Lucas Pouille NB 530pm Elena Svitolina vs. Sorana Cirstea Followed by Fabio Fognini vs. Frances Tiafoe NB 6pm Kiki Bertens vs. Angelique Kerber Followed by Alexander Zverev vs. Lucas Pouille NB 630pm Donna Vekic vs. Eugenie Bouchard Followed by Stefanos Tsitsipas vs. Kei Nishikori NB 7pm Kristina Mladenovic vs. Caroline Wozniacki Followed by Alexander Zverev vs. Karen Khachanov NB 730pm Victoria Azarenka vs. Johanna Konta Followed by Dominic Thiem vs. John Isner NB 8pm Kiki Bertens vs. Eugenie Bouchard Followed by Kei Nishikori vs. Frances Tiafoe NB 830pm Bianca Andreescu vs. Caroline Wozniacki Followed by Diego Schwartzman vs. John Isner NB 9pm Bianca Andreescu vs. Madison Keys NB 930pm Borja Iglesias vs. Frances Tiafoe (Charity)

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