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Are Berdych and Makarova flat-track bullies?

Taking the next step. Four simple words probably on the minds of Tomas Berdych and Ekaterina Makarova tonight.
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Australian Open: Berdych, Makarova facing moment of truth

Can Tomas Berdych and Ekaterina Makarova graduate from first-week firepowers to grand slam champions?
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Nadal, Berdych set up quarter-final date

Rafael Nadal and Tomas Berdych wrapped up respective three-set victories, to set up an Australian Open quarter-final clash.
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Nadal soaks up pressure, dismisses Anderson

Rafael Nadal was under immense pressure early, but it did not stop him from beating Kevin Anderson in three sets.
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Bouchard, Sharapova set for like-minded battle

Maria Sharapova said the up-and-coming Eugenie Bouchard and her share similarities.
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High standards leaves Bouchard disappointed

Eugenie Bouchard came off the court a winner. However, she was quick to lament the things she has to work on.
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Sharapova untroubled by erroneous Peng

Maria Sharapova's two matches against seeds have been her shortest at the Australian Open.
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Makarova, Sharapova and Bouchard into quarter-finals

Russians Ekaterina Makarova and Maria Sharapova coasted into the Australian Open quarter-finals, while Eugenie Bouchard battled on Sunday.
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Bouchard battles past Begu

In the first and third sets, Eugenie Bouchard looked a title contender. In the second, she was less convincing at the Australian Open.
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Kvitova laments poor serving against Keys

Petra Kvitova felt her serve let her down as she crashed out of the Australia Open on Saturday.
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Djokovic: Tie-break the turning point in beating Verdasco

Surviving a tense first-set tie-break proved decisive for Novak Djokovic on Saturday as he progressed at the Australian Open.
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Williams sisters into last 16, Kvitova eliminated

Both faced tests, but the Williams sisters joined Agnieszka Radwanska in the last 16 on Saturday, while Petra Kvitova was eliminated.
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Djokovic too good for wasteful Verdasco

Three and easy for Novak Djokovic, who continued his run towards another Australian Open final.
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Keys sends Kvitova packing in Melbourne

It was a career-best night for Madison Keys as she stunned fourth-seeded Czech Petra Kvitova at the Australian Open.
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Nishikori feeling the pressure

Kei Nishikori feels he is still coming to terms with life as world number five.
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Djokovic, Wawrinka and Nishikori advance

Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic eased through in Melbourne, while Kei Nishikori overcame a slow start.
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Azarenka: I had my doubts

Victoria Azarenka conceded she had her doubts following an injury-ravaged 2014 season.
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Djokovic too good for wasteful Verdasco

Three and easy for Novak Djokovic, who continued his run towards another Australian Open final.
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The ultimate Australian Open quiz

Consider yourself an Australian Open expert? Sportal brings you the ulitmate aussie open quiz.
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Nishikori powers past Johnson

Another win, another fourth-round berth for Kei Nishikori at the Australian Open.
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