The rankings riddle
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 25:  Na Li of China holds the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup after winning the women's final match against Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia during day 13 of the 2014 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 25, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images)
20 June, 2014

Figuring out how the rankings work is no easy task, so here's our insider guide to help you get to the bottom of how ranking points are calculated.
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Nick Kyrgios: targeting new highs
Nick Kyrgios, Australian Tennis Magazine, June, 2014, cover
23 May, 2014

He might be just 19 years old, but dramatic breakthroughs are already a theme for fast-rising Australian, Nick Kyrgios.
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Jelena Dokic joins Australian Tennis Magazine
Jelena Dokic, Melbourne, 2012. GETTY IMAGES
6 May, 2014

Former world No.4 Jelena Dokic writes about how you can bring out your best on every surface in our Australian Tennis Magazine Surfaces Special, on sale now!
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Because practice makes perfect
Roger Federer practices while Stefan Edberg (left) and Severin Luthi watch from the sidelines, Australian Open, Melbourne, 2014. GETTY IMAGES
1 May, 2014

We asked some of Australia’s top coaches for advice on how to make the most from your practice sessions.
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The do’s and don’ts of team tennis
John Newcombe (left) and Tony Roche, Wimbledon. GETTY IMAGES
30 April, 2014

For all its masquerading as an individual sport, doubles play and team competitions in tennis mean that players regularly have to work together and think about more than…
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Dream Teams
9 April, 2014

Tennis may be a fiercely individual sport but many of the game’s groundbreaking feats have been team efforts. By SUZI PETKOVSKI
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Team tennis takes centre stage
Nick Kyrgios, Lleyton Hewitt and Pat Rafter.
4 April, 2014

Australian Tennis Magazine’s April issue is all about team tennis and what it can do for your game.
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Dominating the tiebreak
Jimmy Connors, Wimbledon, 1978. GETTY IMAGES
31 March, 2014

The tiebreak, the most pressure-filled moment of any match, is when you most need to hold your nerve explains DAVID COX.
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Small changes for a big difference
Storm Sanders, Australian Open, Melbourne, 2014. GETTY IMAGES
17 March, 2014

Some of Australia’s most credentialed coaches share some small tips that could make a big difference to your game.
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Raw emotion
John McEnroe, Wimbledon, 1992. GETTY IMAGES
7 March, 2014

Passion is said to be a critical element to tennis success but too much of it can also work against you. DAVID COX explores how players can 
use high emotion to their advantage.
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