All posts tagged Camila Giorgi

Australian Open preview

With the Australian Open to begin at Melbourne Park on January 14, Rebecca Davis previews the Jewish players who are in the men’s and ladies’ singles draws.

French Open preview

A large Jewish contingent is set to hit the clay courts at Roland Garros this Sunday (May 27) when the 2018 French Open begins.

Schwartzman pleased with his Nadal battle

Argentine Diego Schwartzman played some inspired tennis only to fall short to number 1 seed Rafael Nadal on Rod Laver Arena in the fourth round of this year's Australian Open.

AUS Open: Diego and Denis through to round 2

There was a mixed bag of results for the Jewish players in this year's first round of the 2018 Australian Open at Melbourne Park this week.

Getting ready for the Australian Open

At least 10 Jewish tennis players, including community favourite, Israeli Dudi Sela, are expected to hit Australian courts this week in time for next week's 2018 Australian Open.

Australian Open

Ready . . . set . . . tennis!

The 2017 Australian Open kicked off in style on January 16 with several Jewish tennis players making it into the second round.

Dudi, Camila crash out of Open

THE last remaining Jewish players in the Australian Open singles draw were both victims of highly fancied opponents during the tournament’s third round, with Israeli Dudi Sela losing to Rafael

Giorgi advances, Odesnik denied

ITALIAN tennis ace Camila Giorgi is the only Jewish player to progress to the second round of the 2014 Australian Open, with American Wayne Odesnik failing in Melbourne’s scorching heat earlier this week.

Jews bundled at Wimbledon

CANADIAN Jesse Levine’s defeat to Juan Martin Del Potro in the second round of the Wimbledon Championships marked the exit of the last Jewish hope.

Three remain in the hunt at Aus Open

JEWISH tennis stars Shahar Peer, Amir Weintraub and Jesse Levine have all won through to the second round of the Australian Open, while Dudi Sela and Camila Giorgi were sent packing in the first round at Melbourne Park.