Ajla Tomljanović goes down to Simona Halep in three-set loss at Australian Open

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Australia’s Ajla Tomljanović has come achingly close to claiming the biggest scalp of her career, falling just short against world number two Simona Halep in their Australian Open second-round clash.
Tomljanović served for the match at 5-3 in the third set, but the reigning Wimbledon champion steamed back to win five games in a row to secure a 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 victory on Margaret Court Arena.

In other results on Wednesday evening, Naomi Osaka posted a regulation straight-sets victory over Caroline Garcia, and Alexander Zverev enjoyed a comfortable win in his match with Maxime Cressy.

Tomljanović’s clash with Halep was a high-quality contest that lasted two hours and 34 minutes.

The 72nd-ranked Australian used her big groundstrokes to pummel the Romanian, who was a semi-finalist at Melbourne Park last year and runner-up in 2018, but fell agonisingly short.

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She has long craved a big-name win and a strong performance at her home major, where she has never made it past the second round.

Her best-ever showing at a major was a round-four appearance at the French Open back in 2014.

Tomljanović looked to have Halep, who is coached by Australian Darren Cahill, on the ropes when she broke in the third set and served for the match.
But the pressure got to the 27-year-old and she saw her lead slip away as former world number one Halep grew in belief.

“I was not that positive (at 5-2) but I think mentally I was a little bit stronger than her,” Halep said.

“I had the desire to win the match and didn’t want to give up.”

Halep said she knew the danger that Tomljanović presented despite her lack of success at the majors.

“I was expecting that she would play very hard and very strong,” Halep said.

“I expected it to be a difficult match but it was more than I thought.

“But I’m really happy that I can smile now.”
Meanwhile, Alex Bolt’s run ended at the hands of Bulgarian veteran Grigor Dimitrov.

Bolt fought tooth and nail in the first set, losing out only in a tie break.

However, the 18th seed then powered on in the remaining sets, winning 7-6 (7-1), 6-1, 6-2 on Margaret Court Arena.

Osaka through to second round
Osaka, who won the title at Melbourne Park in 2019, was in full control of her 6-2, 6-3 win over France’s Garcia.

The reigning US Open champion next faces world number 30 Ons Jabeur of Tunisia.

After taking just 61 minutes to secure the win against Garcia, the third-seeded Osaka said she was satisfied with her display.

“It felt good,” she said.

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“It’s really hard to play opponents like her because you never know what she’s going to do and how hard she’s going to hit.”

Zverev progressed to the third round of the men’s draw with a 7-5, 6-4, 6-3 defeat of American qualifier Cressy.
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Signed by groups representing people with disability, older Australians, health professionals and parts of the housing sector, the letter comes ahead of a meeting of building ministers next month where accessibility is set to be one of the issues.

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Known as the Building Better Homes Campaign, the group wants a change to the construction code so any new home built in Australia is required to meet accessibility requirements — just like homes are required to meet safety standards.

If adopted, the proposal would impact every newly built home in Australia.

“Opportunities for major long-term reforms are infrequent,” the letter from the Building Better Homes Campaign said.

“Mandatory accessibility standards will futureproof Australian housing.”

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Former disability discrimination commissioner Graeme Innes is among the notable Australians who have joined the group. It also includes entertainer Tim Ferguson, Paralympian Kurt Fearnley and social advocate Kathryn Greiner.