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Serena Williams eases pastSeven-time champion Serena Williams comfortably beats 18-year-old Ukrainian Dayana Yastremska to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open
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Osaka overcomes frustrations,US Open champion Naomi Osaka rallied after being a set and a break down to advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 win over Hsieh Su-wei
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Australian Open 2019: JamieBritain's Jamie Murray and Brazilian partner Bruno Soares come from behind to reach the third round of the men's doubles at the Australian Open.
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Roger Federer has 'no plans'Roger Federer revealed he has no plans to retire any time soon after a strong start to his Australian Open campaign. The 37-year-old defending champion beat American Taylor Fritz in straight sets to... advance to the fourth round of a grand slam for the 64th time. "I'm injury-free, enjoying myself," the Swiss said. "My wife's happy. So, for the moment, there are absolutely no complaints and no plans. I'm just happy where I am in my life, in my career right now." Retirement not on Roger Federer's mind after sweeping into Australian Open last 16
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Rafael Nadal beats Alex deSecond seed Rafael Nadal makes an impressive statement by beating home teenager Alex de Minaur at the Australian Open.
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Sharapova knocks out Wozniacki

Sky Sports - 18 Jan 2019 09:13
Sharapova knocks out WozniackiMaria Sharapova turned back the clock to knock out defending Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki in a barnstormer of a contest on Rod Laver Arena on Friday.
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Australian Open 2019: SerenaSerena Williams swats aside Eugenie Bouchard in straight sets to continue her quest for a 24th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.
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Australian Open 2019: JamieJamie Murray and Bruno Soares reach the Australian Open second round after beating Roman Jebavy and Andres Molteni.
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Pliskova, Svitolina advance toKarolina Pliskova extended her winning start to the season by reaching the third round of the Australian Open with a rain-interrupted 4-6, 6-1, 6-0 victory over Madison Brengle        
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Williams cruises into secondSerena Williams storms into the Australian Open second round with a 6-0 6-2 victory over Germany's Tatjana Maria.
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Konta battles through in nearJohanna Konta boosts British hopes at the Australian Open with a titanic three-set win over home player Ajla Tomljanovic in Melbourne.
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Tennis stars battle thePlayers are given 10-minute heat stress breaks as Melbourne swelters during record-breaking temperatures. On Tuesday coastal breezes kept the heat to the low and mid-30s, after reaching 37C on Monday
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Brisbane International: NaomiUS Open champion Naomi Osaka says she had "the worst attitude" in her loss to Lesia Tsurenko in the Brisbane International semi-finals.
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Australian Open 2019: KyleBritish number one Kyle Edmund says he will do "everything he can" to be fit for the Australian Open after picking up a knee injury.
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Australian Open championCaroline Wozniacki's preparations for her Australian Open title defence falter when she is beaten by a qualifier in Auckland.
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Serena Williams stepped up her Australian Open preparations with a straight-sets victory over Britain's Katie Boulter on Thursday to complete an unbeaten Hopman Cup campaign.
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Highlights: Roger FedererWatch highlights as Roger Federer claims his sixth Australian Open and 20th Grand Slam title with a five-set victory over Marin Cilic.
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50 Parting Thoughts from the 2018 Australian Open

Sports Illustrated - 28 Jan 2018 14:33
50 Parting Thoughts from theWrapping up the first major of the year at the Australian Open in Melbourne, where Caroline Wozniacki won her maiden Slam and Roger Federer captured his 20th major title.
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Simona Halep Admitted toSimona Halep was admitted to the hospital overnight for four hours after playing in the 2018 Australian Open final in extreme heat conditions.
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Mate Pavic and Gabriela Dabrowski saved a championship point before combining to beat Rohan Bopanna and Timea Babos 2-6, 6-4, 11-9 under a closed roof on Sunday at Rod Laver Arena.
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Roger Federer's pedigree canMarin Cilic must turn up the power in the Australian Open to avoid a repeat of last year's Wimbledon final and deny the Swiss an historic triumph As much as the men's final of the 2018 Australian Open... on Sunday is supposed to be an equal contest between the two best players left upright and healthy after six matches, Roger Federer always stands tallest in his sport, and Marin Cilic, even looking down from 6ft6in, knows it. Related: Roger Federer wins record eighth Wimbledon title against Marin Cilic Related: Roger Federer says he doesn't expect to match 2017 glory
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Tennis World CongratulatesHere's how the tennis world is reacting to Caroline Wozniacki's Australian Open victory.
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Seb Korda wins boys' singles title

Sky Sports - 27 Jan 2018 12:20
Seb Korda wins boys' singlesSebastian Korda, son of 1998 Australian Open men's champion Petr Korda, won the boys singles title, beating Chun Hsin-tseng 7-6 (7-5) 6-4 in the final on Rod Laver Arena.
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Australian Open: Dylan AlcottAlcott defeats long-time rival David Wagner of the USA in straight sets on Rod Laver Arena Dylan Alcott is hoping life will be easier for disabled children who dream of becoming sport stars after... winning a remarkable fourth-straight Australian Open quad wheelchair title on Saturday to become the only person to clinch four consecutive Australian Open titles. The home hero defeated long-time rival David Wagner of the USA in straight sets, 7-6, 6-1 on Rod Laver Arena in a match that lasted just over an hour and a half. Related: Dylan Alcott becomes first disabled athlete to win Newcombe medal
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Semi-final heartbreak for McHugh

Sky Sports - 26 Jan 2018 15:10
Semi-final heartbreak forAidan McHugh's hopes of winning his first junior Grand Slam title ended in a semi-final loss to Chun Hsin Tseng at the Australian Open.
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