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Follow live: Can Venus reach semis Down Under?

A win over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova would put Venus Williams in the Aussie Open semifinals for the first time since 2003.

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2hGreg Garber

Roddick, Clijsters to be enshrined in tennis HOF

Andy Roddick, Kim Clijsters and Monique Kalkman-van den Bosch will be enshrined in the International Tennis Hall of Fame on July 22 in Newport, Rhode Island.

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17hGreg Garber

Serena, Venus and the retro reverb at Melbourne Park

Let's just call it was it is: a back-to-the-future wave of nostalgia with Serena and Venus, and Rafa and Roger on a collision course to meet in the Australian Open finale.

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Kontinen gets hit in the head by his partner at Australian Open (0:16)
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Australian Open moves on to quarterfinals on Day 9 (2:53)
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Zverev stunned he beat Murray (1:42)
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Coco's got pop (0:56)
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Venus taking it one match at a time (1:02)
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Venus Wiliams advances to quarterfinals (0:46)
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Bahrami jokes around with McEnroe (0:48)
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No worries, it's the happy slam (0:32)
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Cahill: Future bright for Aussie men (1:14)
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4dPeter Bodo

What is slowing down Ivo Karlovic?

The 37-year-old's results and number of aces (75 in the first round) would strongly suggest that nothing is slowing Dr. Ivo down. Not even his age.

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Is the path now clear for Nadal with Djokovic out? (1:09)
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Monfils casually goes behind-the-back for set point (0:28)
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Istomin: 'I feel sorry for Novak, I was playing so good today' (1:39)
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5dPeter Bodo

Do Grand Slam wild cards reward mediocrity?

Grand Slam wild cards were introduced with the best of intentions. But the truth is that their entry into these events is taking opportunities away from more deserving players.

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Kamakshi Tandon @Kamakshi_Tandon

Federer has been bringing the backhand down the line, even saying against Nishikori his backhand "for once" might have won him the match. :)

Kamakshi Tandon @Kamakshi_Tandon

Federer has been bringing the backhand down the line, even saying against Nishikori his backhand might "for once" have won him the match. :)

Kamakshi Tandon @Kamakshi_Tandon

It's good to see Monfils having different game plans and changing it up, now if he could just pick the correct one to begin the match. :)