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Center Court: State of Serena

Bonnie Ford looks at Serena Williams as she heads into the season's first Grand Slam in Melbourne, the Australian Open. What does Serena have at stake, who can push her, and does catching Evert and Navratilova in Grand Slam wins motivate Serena?

(03:25) | January 10, 2013



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Nadal: I'm not back to my best yet

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Highlights: Kein Nishikori bt Alexandr Dolgopolov (6-4, 6-4)

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