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Why this is the most shocking loss of Djokovic's career

What is most disconcerting about Novak Djokovic's worst loss since 2008? He has no answers to restore his past aura of invincibility and his fellow players know it.

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Istomin: 'I feel sorry for Novak, I was playing so good today' (1:39)
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Djokovic under pressure heading into French Open? (1:41)
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Monfils casually goes behind-the-back for set point (0:28)
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Serena cruises to second round Australian Open win (0:50)
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Murray's route to Aussie Open title

With Novak Djokovic already out, Andy Murray is favoured to finally land the Australian Open crown. Find out whom he'll have to beat to lift the trophy.

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Can Querrey cause Murray any trouble on Day 5? (2:05)
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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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Federer makes quick work of American Noah Rubin (0:49)
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More from Day 2: Sam Stosur fails again

Samantha Stosur was unable to disguise her anguish after suffering yet another forgettable first-round Australian Open flop in Melbourne.

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Rowdy Baghdatis fans asked to leave (0:45)
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Murray, Lendl brave the heat during serving practice (0:35)
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WATCH - Grooving out at the Aussie Open (0:26)
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Konta explains her Aussie moth encounter (0:26)
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Kyrgios fanatics back Aussie favourite (0:30)
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Courier: Tennis needs 'wild horse' Kyrgios

Four-time Grand Slam champion Jim Courier is anointed himself as the number one ticket holder in the Nick Kyrgios fan club after describing the young Aussie tennis star as "good for the game".

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Serena Williams going for milestone major title (2:43)

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