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Could Kyrgios win the Australian Open?

Nick Kyrgios is going in to the Australian Open as the second or third favourite to win, according to Brad Gilbert.

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Roger rolls into second round

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Ferrell grills Federer on court.

Roger Federer faces the tough questions from Will Ferrell following his victory in the Australian Open.

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Sharapova sizzles in opener

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Sharapova advances to second round.

In her first match in Melbourne Park in two years, Maria Sharapova beats Tatjana Maria with an ace to move on to the second round of the Australian Open.

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Djokovic dominant in return

Not unexpectedly, Novak Djokovic was peppered with questions off recent reports he called for a greater pool of prize money from tournaments, among other hot-button issues. Here is some of what he said in press: “Listen, I know that you guys are trying to take this [story] forward several steps. Obviously you're talking about union, you're talking about boycott, you're talking about radical decisions to make and move so we can get financial compensations the way we deserve it. But there was no talks about that. Again, I'm saying it was subjects that we never get a chance to talk about in such a large group. That's all it was.”

Matt Wilansky, ESPN.com

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Djokovic denies calling for boycott of Australian Open.

Novak Djokovic strongly denied claims he called for a boycott of next year's Australian Open and dismissed suggestions that players should form their own union in a bid to earn increased prize money at the four Grand Slam events.

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Day 2: WTA results from Down Under

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Halep suffers injury, advances to second round.

No. 1 Simona Halep rolls her ankle during the second set, but she shows extreme athleticism in her return to defeat Australia's Destanee Aiava.

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Keys clinches spot in second round of Australian Open.

After losses from Sloane Stephens and Venus Williams in the first round, things are starting to look up for the Americans as Madison Keys defeats China's Qiang Wang in the opening round.

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Venus departs on Day 1

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Venus doesn't make it past first round.

Switzerland's Belinda Bencic defeats Venus Williams in straight sets in the first round of the Australian Open as American women fall to 0-8 on Day 1 in Melbourne.

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Bencic: Injury frustrations taught me a lot.

Switzerland's Belinda Bencic speaks after her straight sets win over fifth seed Venus Williams.

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The Sloane Stephens slump

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Stephens falls out of Australian Open in first round.

US Open champion Sloane Stephens suffers an early upset to Zhang Shuai of China in three sets.

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Down go the Americans

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Djokovic to make return

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Djokovic fit and ready for the Australian Open.

Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic admits he has battled back from his six month injury.

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Who benefits from Serena's absence?

Injuries woes piling on

Kyrgios off to hot start

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Nick Kyrgios - Player Profile.

We take a look at Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios ahead of the Australian Open.

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Serena out of the Aussie

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Serena pulls out of Australian Open.

Serena Williams has decided not to compete at this year's Australian Open.

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Williams returns

Fed set for 2018

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The iconic 'Melbourne' sign gets painted, yes painted, onto the Rod Laver Arena court ahead of the 2018 Australian Open.

Jake Michaels, ESPN Assistant Editor
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Remembering Enberg

Fowler: Enberg shaped Americans' view of Wimbledon.

Chris Fowler joins SportsCenter to reflect on Dick Enberg's legacy and working with him at the Australian Open and Wimbledon.

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2017 tennis MVPs

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A year ago Wed., Petra Kvitova was stabbed in her Czech Republic home & suffered tendon & nerve damage to the fingers of her left hand. Police first said the knife-wielding attacker — who is still at large — was a burglar, then in Jan. called him a blackmailer. They ultimately announced an end to the investigation last month due to a lack of evidence. After surgery, Kvitova's stirring comeback began at the French Open, she won a tourney in England & reached the US Open QFs.

William Weinbaum, ESPN

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