Australian Open Tennis 2010 Winner Predictions

Clbuzz comContributor IJanuary 14, 2010

Australian Open Tennis Championships 2010 Winner Prediction

There are different predictions being made at this time when the matches are just approaching. The Australian Open 2010 is beginning from January 18 2010.The events is always full of celebrities and a cut throat competition keeps the audiences glued to the matches. There are a number of speculations floating everywhere. Let us have a look at what people predicted about the Australian Open tournament 2010:


I am expecting little more of stability and amazing quality in the game. I don’t think that any particular player will out do every one.”

“I expect that Fernando Verdaso will turn out to be a disappointing player where as Marin Cilic will be acclaimed for being the break out player.”

“I have huge expectations from Henin, Maria, Kim and Kuzzie to dominate this time.  I think that Venus Williams will slowly have a drop in the rankings. I do not have many expectations from Ana somehow she is not too impressive from a long time now. Amogst the new players Sabine and Pavs might improve and show a few good moves  in the tournaments. Elena might out shine every one.

Among the Men's Single, I think Nikolay Davydenko will make it to the TOP....

Among the Womens Single, I think Kim Clijsters will make it to the TOP....

Source: http://www.clbuzz.com/category/tennis/australian-open-2010-tennis/

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