Tennis Today: Andy Murray gets advice from Naomi Osaka while Genie Bouchard gets new ‘babies’

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Eugenie Bouchard celebrates

From animal meetings to Andy Murray getting advice from Naomi Osaka, and Eugenie Bouchard getting new “babies”, Tennis Today has you covered.

What’s on the site
Serena Williams added yet another award to her collection as she was named The Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year.

The 2019 tennis season is upon us and our punter Derek Bilton has you covered with betting tips.

Stefanos Tsitsipas has laid down his goals for 2019 after enjoying a stunning breakthrough last season.

What’s in the news
Former world No 1 Lleyton Hewitt has once again come out of retirement as he will play doubles with Alex de Minaur at the Brisbane International, according to Fox Sports.

Robin Soderling says it is “loopy” that Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are still dominating tennis, reports Accent Podcast via Express Sport.

This was a pre-Xmas piece from Telegraph Sport on Johanna Konta admitting that “she needs to get better at ‘chilling out'”.

And going back in even further as this brilliant piece from Camelia Butuliga in Treizecizero.ro is nearly two months old, but a Darren Cahill tweet brought it to our attention.

She writes “Cahill did not just coach Simona Halep. He coached an entire country”.

What’s on social media
Andy Murray has touched down Down Under.

And here is Murray and Naomi Osaka after a hit out.

Before that Osaka played with a kangaroo.

And with a python…maybe not so much play with a python.

Eugenie Bouchard has new “babies”.

 

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Got my new babies!! Thank you @yonex_com for getting me ready for 2019!

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Karen Khachanov and Novak Djokovic training together.

A belated Merry Christmas to you as well Alexander Zverev.

 

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Lövik got angry at me for not wishing you guys a merry Christmas from his part as well. So merry Christmas again 😜🐶🎁🎅

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Jamie Murray’s take on the Leicester City management situation.

British pair Johanna Konta and Kyle Edmund.

What’s on TV
You will be able to live stream the Mubadala World Tennis Championship via bet365.com.

There are also highlights packages floating on various channels featuring the best matches/tournaments of the year.