Paul Henry

  • Del Potro through to quarter-finals at ABN Amro February 13, 2014

    Rotterdam: Top-seeded Juan Martin del Potro has beaten France's Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-2, 7-6 (2) to book his berth in the quarter-finals of the ABN Amro tournament in Rotterdam. The Argentine, who is recovering from a wrist injury, breezed through the first set before the pace slowed considerably in the second. Del...
  • Richard Gasquet beats Mathieu to reach Open Sud quarters February 7, 2014

    France: Top-seeded Richard Gasquet of France easily advanced to the Open Sud de France quarter-finals after beating countryman Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-1, 6-3 on Thursday. Gasquet, the defending champion, saved all seven break-point chances he faced and broke Mathieu's serve twice in each set. He next faces another countryman, qualifier Albano Olivetti. Third-seeded...
  • Mathieu reaches 2nd round of Open Sud de France February 3, 2014

    Montpellier: French wild-card entry Paul-Henri Mathieu reached the second round of the Open Sud de France when compatriot Nicolas Mahut retired while trailing 6-1, 3-0 on Monday. Ranked 140th in the world, Mathieu earned his first victory in the main draw of a tournament this year to set up a meeting...
  • Del Potro beats Mathieu in Swiss Indoors semis October 26, 2013

    Basel: Top-seeded Juan Martin Del Potro of Argentina used his dominating serve to beat Paul-Henri Mathieu of France 6-4, 6-4 in the Swiss Indoors quarter-finals on Friday. Del Potro had 11 aces and never faced a break point against the 101st-ranked Mathieu. In Saturday's semi-finals, del Potro will play doubles specialist Edouard...
  • Monfils beats Mathieu to reach Round 2 in Stuttgart July 10, 2013

    Stuttgart: Gael Monfils of France defeated compatriot Paul-Henri Mathieu 7-6 (0), 6-4 on Tuesday to advance to the second round of the Mercedes Cup. Monfils had 16 aces to set up a meeting with sixth-seeded Florian Mayer, who defeated another German, Andreas Beck, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1. Victor Hanescu rallied to beat...
  • Two more bite the dust at Wimbledon June 28, 2013

    London: Frenchman Michael Llorda quit his singles match on Thursday, then went back out on the court to play doubles - yet another odd twist in what has been an unusually injury prone week at Wimbledon. Llorda cited hamstring problems for forcing him to stop after losing the first set of...
  • World No 1 Djokovic begins historic quest with straight-sets win January 14, 2013

    Melbourne: Novak Djokovic got his Australian Open title defense off to worry-free start, breaking Paul-Henri Mathieu's serve in the opening game and going on to beat the veteran Frenchman 6-2, 6-4, 7-5 on Monday at Rod Laver Arena. Djokovic, who broke Mathieu's serve at 5-5 in the deciding set, is attempting...
  • Djokovic faces tough first round as history beckons January 13, 2013

    Melbourne: Novak Djokovic takes his first steps towards entering the history books on Monday and the two-time defending Australian Open champion is taking nothing for granted in his first round clash. The world number one, bidding to become the first man in the professional era to win three successive Australian...
  • Mathieu outlasts Isner in marathon five sets June 1, 2012

    Paris: Just over a year ago, Paul-Henri Mathieu was in a plaster cast and could only manage 15 minutes of tennis. Sitting on a bench, that is. On Thursday, he stayed out for five hours and 41 minutes to beat American John Isner 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 18-16 in the second...
  • NZ channel fined for racist remark on Delhi CM June 14, 2011

    Melbourne: A controversial New Zealand Broadcaster has been slapped with a fine of $ 2444 for airing a racist joke on Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit last October during a TV show. The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) also criticised former Breakfast host Paul Henry who while hosting a TV show...
  • Kiwi TV top bosses apologise to Anand Satyanand October 14, 2010

    Melbourne: Top bosses of New Zealand's state-owned TV channel, whose former host Paul Henry had made racial remarks against Indian-origin Governor General Anand Satyanand, have apologised to the leader in person. TVNZ's Chairman John Anderson and CEO Rick Ellis called on Satyanand at the Government House in Auckland and apologised over...
  • Another Kiwi anchor sparks fresh racist row October 11, 2010

    Wellington: After Paul Henry's offensive 'Dikshit' joke triggered off a diplomatic row between Wellington and New Delhi, a New Zealand radio presenter has stirred fresh controversy by calling Indian-origin Governor General Anand Satyanand as a "large, fat man", and commenting that his physique was "slightly incongruous" for an Indian. Even as...
  • Controversial NZTV host Paul Henry resigns October 10, 2010

    New Delhi: New Zealand's controversial television anchor Paul Henry resigned on Sunday amid an uproar over racial comments. He had mocked Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit's name and made racial slurs against Indians. Earlier, New Zealand apologised to India’s External Affairs ministry over comments made by Paul Henry about the Chief...
  • Kiwi TV host yet to apologise to Delhi CM October 8, 2010

    New Delhi: New Zealand has apologised to India’s External Affairs ministry over comments made by Television New Zealand presenter Paul Henry about the chief minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit. However, the anchor Paul Henry appears to be unfazed by India’s outrage and his own government's apology. The man himself has still...