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Djokovic outlasts Nadal, retains Australian Open crown

After five sets and nearly six hours of grueling tennis, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic once more defeated rival Rafael Nadal 5-7, 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 7-5 in the longest Grand Slam men's final in the Open Era.

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Results: 24 Record(s) Found.

Young U.S. women soar in Melbourne

2012 Australian Open - Day 1
Christina McHale is the definition of a workhorse, so much so that she had to think about how much time she took off on Christmas Eve day, usually a day that most non-retail workers take off. But not the 19-year-old. Read More
 

Roddick will crawl before he sprints

2012 Kooyong Classic - Day 1
Andy Roddick has never been in this position before. Oh, sure, there were years when the American did not come into the Australian Open as a top-five favorite, but he was always seen as a guy who, if he could get on a roll, would have a good chance of at least reaching the semifinals. Read More
 

Harrison ready for battle versus Murray

Ryan Harrison
If there's one thing the world already knows about spunky American teenager Ryan Harrison, it is that he does not back down. After a season that saw him end in the top 80 for the first time, Harrison has the slight misfortune of drawing No. 4 Andy Murray in the first round of the Australian Open - but he's already chomping at the bit to go out and do battle. Read More
 

Serena once again to lead U.S. Australian hopefuls

2012 Brisbane International: Day 2
Serena has won the Australian Open five times in the past nine years, and no other player has won it twice during her reign. So despite the fact that the former No. 1 enters the 2012 version with a twisted ankle and is seeded a 'lowly' No. 12, she still is at the very least a top-five favorite in Melbourne.​ Read More
 
Results: 24 Record(s) Found.

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2012 Australian Open Previews

Relive all the great sights and shots from the 2012 Australian Open in Melbourne, where new champions were crowned Down Under.

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Australian Open TV Schedule

2011 Australian Open - Day 14

Check back in January 2013 for the television schedule for the 2013 Australian Open, coming your way January 14-27 from Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia.

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