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W2W4 at Australian Open: Serena's serve, Osaka's return of serve and Swiatek's surprise

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February 11, 2021
W2W4 at Australian Open: Serena's serve, Osaka's return of serve and Swiatek's surprise
There will be no shortage of star power on Day 5 Down Under, with Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka taking the court for their third-round matches.
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DAY 5 MATCHES TO WATCH
No. 2 Simona Halep defeated Alja Tomljanovic 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 in 2 hours, 36 minutes to advance to Friday’s third-round match versus No. 32 Veronika Kudermetova.
Down 2-5 in the third set, Halep won three games to draw even, engage in an exhausting 11-point, 11
th game, where she converted the fourth break point, then served out the match with a flourish.

Serena, Swiatek surge into third round in Melbourne

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Serena, Swiatek surge into third round at Australian Open; Venus ousted
On Day 3, seven-time champion Serena Williams moved into the third round for the 19th time, while Iga Swiatek won her ninth straight Grand Slam match. Venus Williams was injured during her loss to Sara Errani.
By WTA Staff
Seven-time Australian Open champion Serena Williams added another match-win to her record-setting totals at the year’s first major event.
The No.10 seed Williams moved past Nina Stojanovic of Serbia 6-3, 6-0 on Rod Laver Arena to reach the third round spot in Melbourne for the 19th time in 20 appearances.
"It's really about finding that key balance there for me," Williams said in her post-match press conference, after improving her win-loss record in second-round Grand Slam matches to 73-2.

Australian Open: Serena, Osaka sizzle in Melbourne heat

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Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka sizzled in the scorching Melbourne heat on day three of the Australian Open. 

Williams, aiming once more for a record-equalling&nb

Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin crashes as warm-ups resume

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A teary-eyed Sofia Kenin lost a repeat of last year's Australian Open final against Garbine Muguruza as warm-up tournaments for the Grand Slam resumed Frid

Australian Open tuneup: Barty time as Serena sets up showdown with world number one

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MELBOURNE: Serena Williams withdrew from an Australian Open tuneup tournament citing a right shoulder injury on Friday within hours of setting up a semifinal match against top-ranked Ash Barty.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion usually doesn’t play in a tournament in the week before a Grand Slam event, but made an exception before last year’s US Open and for this Australian Open because of all the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 39-year-old American was playing her first tournament since withdrawing from the French Open before her second-round match because of an Achilles tendon injury in October. She, like all players traveling to Australia for the tournament, had to quarantine for 14 days and had limited practice during that time.

Barty time as Serena sets up showdown with world number one

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Williams and Barty ground out tough wins at the Yarra Valley Classic, but a teary-eyed Australian Open champion Kenin lost a repeat of last year's final against Garbine Muguruza in straight sets.

Kenin back at Melbourne Park; Andreescu out of Open warmup

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Rafael Nadal didn't make it for Spain's ATP Cup opener because of a sore back, deciding it wasn't worth the risk a week ahead of the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic did double-time for defending champion Serbia, meanwhile, winning singles and doubles matches Tuesday to ensure a 2-1 comeback win over Canada. Both spent 14 days in hotel quarantine — as did all incoming players — because of Australia's strict border regulations amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and both played in an exhibition event last Friday.

Aussie Open champ Kenin through after opponent retires

Aussie Open champ Kenin through after opponent retires

Kenin 'nervous' ahead of Australian Open defence

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Sofia Kenin admitted Tuesday she was "very nervous" ahead of her Australian Open title defence, but returning to the site of her breakout triumph had rekindled special memories.

Tennis: Nadal sidelined, team Djokovic wins to open ATP Cup defense

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Tennis: Nadal sidelined, team Djokovic wins to open ATP Cup defense
February 2, 2021 (Mainichi Japan)
Serbia's Novak Djokovic celebrates after defeating Canada's Denis Shapovalov in their ATP Cup match in Melbourne, Australia, on Feb. 2, 2021. (AP Photo/Hamish Blair)
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- Rafael Nadal didn't make it for Spain's ATP Cup opener because of a sore back, deciding it wasn't worth the risk a week ahead of the Australian Open.
Novak Djokovic did double-time for defending champion Serbia, meanwhile, winning singles and doubles matches Tuesday to ensure a 2-1 comeback win over Canada.
The top two players in men's tennis took different approaches to their fine-tuning at the start of a hectic week of preparation for the season's first major.

Impressive Naomi Osaka makes winning start in Melbourne

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Impressive Naomi Osaka makes winning start in Melbourne
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Naomi Osaka hits a return against France's Alize Cornet during their Gippsland Trophy women's singles tennis match in Melbourne on Tuesday. | AFP-JIJI
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Feb 2, 2021
Melbourne – World No. 3 Naomi Osaka made light work of France’s Alize Cornet on Tuesday in the Japanese star’s first competitive match since winning the U.S. Open for a second time.
The three-time Grand Slam champion hit 22 winners to move into the third round of the Gippsland Trophy with a 6-2, 6-2 victory in Melbourne.

Nadal sidelined, Djokovic's Serbia win to open ATP Cup defence


Nadal sidelined, Djokovic's Serbia win to open ATP Cup defence
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Nadal sidelined, Djokovic's Serbia win to open ATP Cup defence
Rafael Nadal didn't make it for Spain's ATP Cup opener because of a sore back, deciding it wasn't worth the risk a week ahead of the Australian Open.
Novak Djokovic did double-time for defending champion Serbia, meanwhile, winning singles and doubles matches on Tuesday to ensure a 2-1 comeback win over Canada.
The top two players in men's tennis took different approaches to their fine-tuning at the start of a hectic week of preparation for the season's first major.

Tennis: Sofia Kenin, Naomi Osaka make winning starts in Melbourne ahead of Australian Open

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Tennis: Sofia Kenin, Naomi Osaka make winning starts in Melbourne ahead of Australian Open
Kenin was back at the scene of her stunning breakthrough Grand Slam title last year, where she beat Garbine Muguruza in the final.
Updated Feb 02, 2021 · 11:41 am
Sofia Kenin in action on Tuesday
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World No 3 Naomi Osaka made light work of France’s Alize Cornet on Tuesday in the Japanese star’s first competitive match since winning the US Open for a second time.
The three-time Grand Slam champion hit 22 winners to move into the third round of the Gippsland Trophy with a 6-2, 6-2 victory in Melbourne.

Impressive Osaka And Barty Make Winning Start In Melbourne

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Impressive Osaka And Barty Make Winning Start In Melbourne
02/02/21 AT 5:08 AM
Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka made successful returns after long layoffs Tuesday, fine-tuning their preparations ahead of the Australian Open.
In the night match, world number one Barty showed little rust to comfortably beat Ana Bogdan 6-3, 6-3 in the Yarra Valley Classic.
"I've missed coming out here competing but I felt great tonight," she said.
The Australian played her first tournament in 11 months after opting to remain home in relatively Covid-19 free Queensland during the pandemic and even decided against defending her French Open crown.
Italy's Camila Giorgi (right) shakes hands with Sofia Kenin of the US after retiring at the end of the first set in their Yarra Valley Classic clash Photo: AFP / William WEST

Barty makes winning return in Melbourne

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Barty makes winning return in Melbourne
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) – World number one Ash Barty marked her return to competitive tennis after almost a year out with a 6-3 6-3 win over Romania’s Ana Bogdan in the second round of Yarra Valley Classic on Tuesday.
The 24-year-old Australian had not played a competitive match since last February due to the COVID-19 pandemic, opting to skip the U.S. Open and not defend her title at the rescheduled French Open in September.
Barty went down narrowly to world number two Simona Halep in last week’s exhibition event in Adelaide but was back to winning ways on Tuesday, facing a single breakpoint on her serve in the match.

Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka open seasons with straight-sets wins in Melbourne

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Barty said: “I think overall I felt pretty good. Ana did an exceptional job in making me play to a very high standard. I knew right from the first point I was going to have to be ready tonight and switched on straightaway. That was really nice to have that challenge.”
Petra Kvitova won a high-quality contest to end the day, beating 40-year-old Venus Williams 7-6 (6) 7-5, while sixth seed Garbine Muguruza thumped Alison Van Uytvanck 6-2 6-0.
Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin had just won the first set 7-5 against Camila Giorgi when the Italian retired.
Osaka was playing her first match since lifting her third slam title in New York last September and eased past Alize Cornet 6-2 6-2 at the Gippsland Trophy.

Tennis: Ash Barty makes triumphant return to court after layoff, defeats Ana Bogdan, Australian Open news

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Barty showed little sign of rust in a relatively straightforward 6-3 6-3 win against Romania's Ana Bogdan and spoke about the challenge of sitting out the majority of last year.
"I missed it a lot. I wrestled with the decision in my head for quite a while," she said.
"For me, my health had to be prioritised first and foremost, not only for me, but for my family and it just shows how tough it can be.
"I'm grateful to be here and I'm exceptionally proud to be an Aussie and to be out on this beautiful court again."

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