eniQ ambassador Alex de Minaur's great run at the Australian Open came to an end in the 4th round losing in straight sets to young Italian star & world #10 Jannik Sinner on Monday night.
de Minaur, Australia's top-ranked male player & the tournament #32 seed, played superbly in his first 3 rounds, including a flawless straight sets win over Spaniard Pablo Andujar in the 3rd round in the primetime Saturday night time slot on Rod Laver Arena (playing in front of the great Rod Laver himself).
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eniQ ambassador Alex de Minaur won his first ATP Tour title on grass at the Viking International Eastbourne in the United Kingdom, with an epic "come from behind'' win against Italian Lorenzo Sonego on Saturday night (Australian time).
de Minaur, Australia's top-ranked player and the tournament #2 seed, made it through to the final after 3 straight set wins.
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RugbyWA are pleased to announce eniQ as our ‘Official Hydration Partner’ for the next three years.
"RugbyWA is committed to supporting our own by developing and fostering Rugby Union in WA. With eniQ being a proud Western Australian company, there are plenty of positive synergies."
eniQ ambassador Alex de Minaur stormed into the 3rd round of the Australian Open with a clinical straight sets win in Melbourne last night.
Australia's top-ranked player set up a third-round meeting with Fabio Fognini after beating Uruguay's world No.71 Pablo Cuevas on Margaret Court Arena.
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