Rubin will learn from Australian Open experience

By Danny Caro, January 21, 2016

Noah Rubin admits there is a long way to go after bowing out of the Australian Open in the second round against Pierre-Hugues Herbert.

Rubin, 19, had recorded his first grand slam win over a top 100-ranked player after stunning 17th-seeded Benoit Paire with a straight sets victory on the opening day in Melbourne.


Sela storms into round three at Australian Open

By Danny Caro, January 21, 2016

Dudi Sela roared into the third round of the Australian Open with a stunning victory over Fernando Verdasco - the man who knocked out Rafael Nadal.

The Israeli no. 1 followed up his comfortable first-round win over Benjamin Becker with an outstanding performance to strengthen his hopes of reaching this year's Olympic Games in Rio.


Sela beats Becker to set up Verdasco clash in Melbourne

By Simon Griver, January 19, 2016

Dudi Sela (87) beat Benjamin Becker (101) in the first round of the Australian Open to set up a second round tie against Fernando Verdasco.

Sela reached the second round in Melbourne for the fifth time after beating the German in four sets, 6-1 6-3 2-6 6-2.


Rubin surprises 19th seed at Australian Open

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2016

Noah Rubin recorded his first grand slam win after stunning 17th-seeded Benoit Paire with a straight sets victory on the opening day of the Australian Open in Melbourne.

A former winner of Junior Wimbledon, Rubin, who is 19 and from Long Island, won three tie-breakers to set up a second-round clash against Pierre-Hugues Herbert of France.


Sela dreaming of top 50 slot

By Simon Griver, January 15, 2016

Dudi Sela is targeting a return to the top 50 in the world rankings ahead of the Australian Open, which begins on Monday.

The Israeli completed his preparations for the first grand slam of the year with a disappointing first round defeat against Santiago Giraldo at the Canberra Challenger.


Pacifico impresses at David Lloyd Bushey finals

November 30, 2015

With Great Britain’s Davis Cup Team tasting success this weekend, the Community’s Jewish athletes served up some more celebrations as the David Lloyd Bushey Club Tennis Championship finals took place and welcomed five members of Maccabi GB’s European Maccabi Games 2015 squad.


Ryb ready for world stage

November 16, 2015

Paul Ryb believes superior fitness levels enabled him to win the British Visually Impaired Tennis Championships for the third year in a row.

Ryb, 44, overcame arch rival Chris Bailey in the final of the B3-B4 category at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton. This followed a semi-final success over Callum Lock, 18.


Sela seals Grand Slam slot, but what next for Shahar?

By Simon Griver, November 9, 2015

Dudi Sela has returned to the top 100 and qualified for the Australian Open after winning the Suzhou Open in China – the Israeli’s 19th Challenger title.

Sela of Israel beat Matija Pecotic (207) in the final after the Croatian retired injured in the second set after Sela won the opener 6-1.


Sela slumps out of US Open

By Danny Caro, September 1, 2015

Dudi Sela was eliminated in the first round of the US Open after bowing out in four sets against Pablo Cuevas.

After losing the opening set 6-2, the Israeli bounced back to level the match and take the second 6-3.

But the Uruguayan stepped up a gear to progress into round two, winning the next two sets 6-4, 6-1.


Dudi boost

August 27, 2015

Dudi Sela gave himself a massive confidence boost for the start of next week's US Open by winning theVancouver Challenger event.

Israel No1 Sela defeated Australia's John-Patrick Smith 6-4, 7-5 and lifted himself 30 places to 100 in the ATP world rankings.

This was the fourth time Sela has won the Vancouver title – 10 years after his first victory - and his 18th
Challenger title.