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23.05.2011

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Aussie men aced at French Open MP3

The defeat of teenager Bernard Tomic overnight means that for the first time since 1925, no Australian male has made it past the first round of the French Open tennis tournament. Former player and now the development manager at Tennis Australia, Scott Draper says the next generation needs to get tougher to compete internationally. At the same time, he's told The World Today the depth of young talent is impressive. Source: abc.net.au

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