No your English is good, its just the little things like the apostrophe and some prepositions that makes one feel its from google.
I think you'll find that "its" in your sentence should have been "it's". Which translator do you use?
As for the tennis, my plans to watch tennis amounted to the first set of the Del Potro match last night, and the first set of Federer's match this morning!! I'm glad JMDP pulled it back & got through. I'd like to see him do well here. No surprises to see Federer & Nadal through in straights. Pleased to see my picks of Dolgopolov, Young, Dimitrov, Wawrinka get through too. And wonder of wonders! Nalbandian actually got to the 2nd round! But the story of the first round is, for me, Tomic getting through after that 5 setter with Vardasco. Well done to him! The youngster seems to be living up to his promise nicely so far. Hope he continues to do so. Poor Davydenko just can't seem to hack it any more.
Tomorrow looks interesting too. It's a pity that Harrison has to face Murray - and make an early exit. I can't see him winning this match. Djokovic, Ferrer & Tsonga should also get through comfortably. I hope Gasquet keeps his wits about him, & that Nishikori, Raonic & Gulbis do it too. The Haase / Roddick match could be fun if they both play well. I hope I can watch more than a set of a match here & there for the second day's play!
Here is the schedule for day two:http://www.australianopen.com/en_AU/scores/schedule/index.html