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Australian Open 2017: Spectators caught in 'dangerous crowd crush' after Federer match

An Australian Open spectator says there was a 'dangerous crowd crush' at Melbourne Park on Monday night as thousands of people left Rod Laver Arena following Roger Federer's late night match.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Federer’s 17 majors stack up nicely against everyone else

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The 64 players contesting second-round matches at the Australian Open on Wednesday have won a total of 36 Grand Slam singles titles. One guy, however, has nearly half of..
Seattle Times

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News video: Andy Murray's First Slam As Number One Starts Well

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London (CNN)Andy Murray won his first match as the world's best male tennis player, overcoming Illya Marchenko in three close sets in the first round of the Australian Open. Britain's Murray, seeking..
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News video: Federer: I'm Ranked 17, But I'm Confident

Federer: I'm Ranked 17, But I'm Confident 00:37

Federer: six-month layoff was right decision 02:30 (CNN)Roger Federer has made a comfortable home for himself at the top of men's tennis for well over a decade but now finds himself in an unfamiliar..
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News video: Novak Djokovic Ends Andy Murray's Streak

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Tennis - Qatar Open - Men's singles final - Andy Murray of Britain v Novak Djokovic of Serbia - Doha, Qatar - 7/1/2017 - Djokovic reacts. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon Novak Djokovic made an immense statement..
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News video: German Teen Upsets Roger Federer in Hopman Cup

German Teen Upsets Roger Federer in Hopman Cup 00:43

Only a few pro tennis players can brag about a winning head-to-head record against legend Roger Federer and teenager Alexander Zverev is now one of them. In Wednesday's Hopman Cup match, the..
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News video: Will Serena Williams Be Smiling In 2017?

Will Serena Williams Be Smiling In 2017? 00:37

So here's what will happen in the world of tennis in 2017 in a season that will feature a comeback for veteran stars Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal. Federer has some..
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Federer and Serena are approaching their career swansongs

federer and serena are approaching their career swansongs
Roger Federer and Serena Williams turn 36 this year, and though their advancing years have only served to illustrate their greatness, questions around their longevity have begun to creep in.
MailOnline

Australian Open 2017: Rafael Nadal beats Florian Mayer in straight-sets; to face Marcos Baghdatis in second round

Nadal is bidding to win his second Australian Open after beating Roger Federer for the 2009 crown.
Zee News

Australian Open Day 1: Returning Federer passes opening test

[Australia], Jan. 17 (ANI): Seventeen-time grand slam champion Roger Federer began his Australian Open campaign with a comfortable win over Austria's Jurgen Melzer on Monday.
Sify Also reported by •ANI News

Australian Open: Roger Federer makes winning return, beats Jurgen Melzer to enter 2nd round

The crowd cheered every one to the rafters and, while that pleased Federer, he was clearly just delighted to be back doing what he does best.
Zee News

Australian Open: Roger Federer admits to feeling nervous in 1st round

Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer admitted that he felt nervous during Monday's victory over Austrian Jurgen Melzer in the first round of the Australian Open.
Oneindia

Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Venus Williams advance to second round

andy murray,  roger federer and venus williams advance to second round
In Tennis, the first Grand Slam of the season, the Australian Open kicked off in Melbourne today as players struggled in hot conditions with temperatures topping 32 degree Celsius or 90 degree..
All India Radio

Australian Open: Federer makes winning return at Melbourne Park, Wawrinka survives a scare

Roger Federer thrilled a packed Rod Laver Arena as he beat qualifier Juergen Melzer 7-5, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.
DNA

PHOTOS: Federer makes winning return at Australian Open

Roger Federer made a winning return to competitive tennis after six months out of the game on Monday, thrilling a packed Rod Laver Arena as he beat qualifier Juergen Melzer 7-5, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 to reach..
Rediff.com

Halep felled; Federer through

*Simona Halep fell at the Australian Opens first hurdle for a second straight year on Monday while defending champion Angelique Kerber survived a mighty scare from Lesia Tsurenko.* Halep, hampered..
Deccan Herald

Australian Open 2017 Day 1: Roger Federer Registers First Round Win as Down Under Grand Slam Kicks Off

Australian Open 2017 Day 1: The first Grand Slam Tournament of the year is underway now as the Australian Open 2017 started earlier today and as the first day of the tournament is coming to an end, it..
Fab Newz

Federer makes winning return at Melbourne Park

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Roger Federer made a winning return to competitive tennis after six months out of the game on Monday, thrilling a packed Rod Laver Arena as he beat qualifier Juergen Melzer 7-5..
Reuters India

Australia Open: Roger Federer, Angelique Kerber in the spotlight on day one in Melbourne

Seeded 17th after six months away from the sport nursing a knee injury, Federer`s first round match against Austrian qualifier Melzer.
Zee News Also reported by •Reuters India

Murray, Serena the cynosure

* Having snatched Novak Djokovics world number one ranking in a thrilling late-season raid, Andy Murray will bid to storm the Serbs Melbourne Park fortress and capture an elusive Australian Open title..
Deccan Herald


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