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Rafael Nadal continued his excellent start to the 2018 Australian Open with a 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 win over Leonardo Mayer on Wednesday. While the scoreline looks straightforward, Nadal had to be at his very best to overcome an inspired opponent who pushed  - - -
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Two matches down. Five to go. That's what players are thinking as they come to Melbourne Park on Friday looking to punch their ticket into the fourth round of 2018 Australian Open 2018. Here's six mouth-watering match-ups to enjoy on Day 5. No.3 Grigor
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MELBOURNE: Rafael Nadal dispelled any injury worries to storm into the Australian Open second round on Monday (Jan 15) as Venus Williams led a slew of seeds out of the tournament in a dark day for American players. The Spanish world number one was
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This is a remarkable performance from McDonald, who's in completely unchartered territory here. Remember, he's the world No186 who's playing only his third match at a grand slam. He turned pro a year and a half ago having played college tennis in the
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The main draw is still Nadal and his Swiss counterpart, Roger Federer. The duopoly has dominated men's tennis since Federer won his first Grand Slam in 2003, winning a combined 35 Slams. In 2017, the pair swept through the majors, claiming two titles
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Britain's Kyle Edmund has knocked out US Open finalist Kevin Anderson in a five-set thriller. The 49th-ranked Edmund, who lost to 11th seeded Anderson in five sets in the third round at last year's French Open, toughed out a 6-7 (7-4) 6-3 3-6 6-3 6-4
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23-seeded Gavrilova beat Falconi 6-1, 6-1 to hand the U.S. its ninth loss in 10 matches in the women's draw. The only American woman to win on Day 1 was Nicole Gibbs, who beat lucky loser Viktoriya Tomova 6-1, 6-1 in an early evening match. The other U
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MELBOURNE, Australia -- Rafael Nadal wasted no time in reaching the third round, dropping only one service game -- while serving for the match -- and making just 10 unforced errors in a 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (4) win over Leonardo Mayer on Wednesday. Nadal, who
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Caroline Wozniacki looked down and out at the Australian Open when she trailed 5-1 and faced match points in the third set. But she recovered to beat Jana Fett.
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Williams is one of eight American women to lose in the first round on Monday. Getty Images. Talk about a rough start for the Americans down under. Venus Williams and Sloane Stephens were both upset on Day 1 of the Australian Open with American women
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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Men to watch at the Australian Open, where play begins Monday: ___. RAFAEL NADAL. Seeded: 1. Age: 31. Country: Spain. 2017 Match Record: 66-11. 2017 Singles Titles: 6. Career Singles Titles: 75. Major Titles: 16  - -
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Nadal and Federer have played 2443 matches on the ATP World Tour and performed interviews after virtually all of them. Exhausting? Nadal once fell out of his chair at the US Open. Otherwise they've managed to offer their thoughts without slinking in
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Anderson, who reached the final of the 2017 US Open against Nadal, looked impregnable in the first set. But the Englishman steadily worked his way into the match wearing down the American. Ranked No.49 in the world, Edmund is the only British man in  - -
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2017 US Open - The last, and only time, Grigor Dimitrov and Andrey Rublev have met on tour was in the second round of the US Open last year. Dimitrov was the heavy favourite against a 19-year-old world No.53 but the odds did not mean anything, as the
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Tennis - US Open - Quarterfinals - New York, U.S. - September 6, 2017 - Roger Federer of Switzerland reacts during action against Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton. A refreshed Federer was then equally majestic at Wimbledon