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Ashleigh Bardy and Rafael Nadal Make History, Winning Australian Open Tennis Crowns

January 30, 2022

Both Ashleigh Bardy and Rafael Nadal made history in winning Australian Open crowns.

First Bardy (I hit the small stuff, aforementioned Brady to retire, this originally 11 to win 49, but “mucho” hedging and about a 10 dollar profit on Nadal, but now bad intangibles on a bigger, still small Nadal French Open bet) became the first Australian woman to win a major title, “Down Under,”  since Christine O’Neil (in attendance as was the great Rod Laver) did so in 1978.

Bardy won vs big underdog, Danielle Collins, who had an excellent tournament and reached her first major tournie final round.

Earlier this day in an unbelievable 5 set, 5 and one half hour match, Nadal passed Roger Federer and the non vaccinated/thus out of this one, in which he was close to an odds on “fave” (so foolish Mr. Djokovic, not to mention dangerous) great player, Novak Djokovic, by winning his 21st major tournie, at this moment the most won by any man.

He did so vs Danill Medvedev, who had eased in straight sets vs Djokovic, in the last major tournament, the 2021 U.S. Open.

Associated Press:

MELBOURNE, Australia — Rafael Nadal got to 21 first, breaking the men’s record for Grand Slam singles titles and doing it the hard way by coming back from two sets down to beat Daniil Medvedev in an almost 5½-hour Australian Open final.


Rafael Nadal wins Australian Open for record-setting 21st Grand Slam men's singles title

Rafael Nadal, for the time being has the most Men’s major tennis tournie titles. 

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