Wilson 2010 AO Tour Update
Roger Federer artfully used his Six.One Tour BLX tennis racket as he defeated Murray in straight sets to win his 4th Australian Open title and extended his record to 16 Grand Slam titles.
Using her Blade Team racket, Serena Williams battled her way through the draw to win her 5th Australian Open Women’s Singles title, matching Billie Jean King’s record of 12 career Grand Slam titles.
Utilizing her all court game, Justine Henin reached the finals of the Women’s Singles with her Tour BLX racket before being defeated by Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-2 for the title.
Taking home their 11th Grand Slam Doubles title, Serena and Venus Williams are the 2010 Australian Open Women’s Doubles Champions after defeating Black and Huber in the final.
Daniel Nestor and partner Zimonjic reached the Men’s Doubles final before being defeated by the Bryan Brothers.
Using her Tour BLX tennis racket, Ekaterina Makarova and partner Levinsky reached the finals of the Mixed Doubles. This marked Makarova’s 1st Grand Slam final appearance.
Jarkko Nieminen used his Six.One 95 BLX racket as he served and volleyed his way to his 1st Grand Slam Doubles semifinals with his partner Kohlmann.
Venus Williams grinded her way to the quarterfinals of the Women’s Singles before being defeated by Li in a heartbreaker three set match.
Using his new Pro Tour BLX racket, Juan Martin Del Potro reached the Round of 16 before falling to Cilic in a tough five setter.
Alona Bondarenko used her Tour BLX tennis racket as she defeated #8 seed Jankovic en route to reaching the Round of 16 of the Australian Open singles for the 1st time in her career.
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