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6hGreg Garber

Not to worry, vintage Roger Federer is back

Just like old times, Roger Federer made the difficult appear easy with a dominant Down Under display.

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18hPeter 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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15hMatt Westby

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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Djokovic under pressure heading into French Open? (1:41)
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WATCH - Djokovic's shock defeat (1:36)
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Is the path now clear for Nadal with Djokovic out? (1:09)
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Istomin: 'I feel sorry for Novak, I was playing so good today' (1:39)
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Serena cruises to second round Australian Open win (0:50)
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1dPeter 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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Murray, Lendl brave the heat during serving practice (0:35)
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Serena Williams going for milestone major title (2:43)

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Pam Shriver @PHShriver

The transfer of power on tennis terms is like an angry contentious 5 setter when combatants despite not wanting to shake hands, still do USA

Darren Cahill @darren_cahill

Just for the Romanian media re reports, I'm the coach of Simona Halep & 100% committed to her. Sorry guys, but you are stuck with me 😉

Matt Wilansky ESPN.com 

It ended in a flash. The match lasted just 90 minutes and Federer moved on to the fourth round of the Aussie Open for the 15th time. He never faced a break point against Berdych.