All posts tagged Shahar Peer

Kellerman to lead Aussies

STAR Adam Kellerman has been named in Australia’s three-man team for the upcoming BNP Paribas Wheelchair Tennis World Team Cup set to take place in the Netherlands later this month.

Israelis bow out at Aus Open

ISRAEL'S three top players have all been dispatched from the first round of the Australian Open, in a disappointing opening day of action at the year's first grand slam that saw Dudi Sela, Shahar Peer and Julia Glushko fail in their respective hitouts with tough opponents.

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.

Israelis downed at Roland Garros

ISRAELI female tennis stars Julia Glushko and Shahar Peer have been sent packing in the first round of the French Open, leaving the country’s hopes for success at Roland Garros with dynamic duo Andy Ram and Jonathan Erlich.

Second round sees Jews bow out

JEWISH tennis guns Shahar Peer, Amir Weintraub and Jesse Levine have all been sent packing in their second round matches of the Australian Open.

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.

Israelis battle through to Aus Open main draw

ISRAELI male tennis stars Dudi Sela and Amir Weintraub have won all three of their qualifying matches to progress through to the main draw of the 2013 Australian Open.

Jews struggling in Aus Open prep

THE Jewish tennis stars set to hit Melbourne Park for the upcoming Australian Open have struggled in preparation for the grand slam.

Peer through, Sela bundled out

ISRAELI top-gun Shahar Peer advanced to the second round of the 2012 Australian Open on Tuesday with a convincing 6-2, 6-0 victory over Australian wildcard Isabella Holland, while Dudi Sela went down 7-6, 6-4, 6-3 to Brazilian Tomaz Bellucci.

Israelis eye Aussie prize

IT’S been a mixed start for the Israelis in their Australian Open preparation, with Shahar Peer failing at the Brisbane International, while doubles pair Andy Ram and Yoni Erlich lost in the final of the Chennai Open.