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WATCH - Grooving out at the Aussie Open.

The dancing tennis balls break out their best moves at the 2017 Australian Open.

Federer satisfied after stern test.

Roger Federer said he had to fight some nerves as he beat Jurgen Melzer in four sets in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday.

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Federer prevails over Melzer in return.

Roger Federer returns from a six-month layoff to beat Jurgen Melzer 7-5, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the first round at the Australian Open.

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Murray cruises past Marchenko in opening round.

Andy Murray gets his first win as a top-seeded player in a Grand Slam tournament with a 7-5, 7-6 (5), 6-2 victory over Illya Marchenko.

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Kerber: Tough start a good thing.

Defending champion Angelique Kerber relished her tough first round 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 victory over Lesia Tsurenko on Monday, saying she is eager to find the necessary form to retain her Australian Open title.

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Is Kyrgios ready to challenge?

Nick Kyrgios says he's ready to win the Australian Open, despite 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer's comments to the contrary.

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Wawrinka hits Klizan where it hurts.

Martin Klizan fails to defend himself at the end of a rally and pays the price from Stan Wawrinka's final shot.

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Murray battles into second round.

World number one and top seed Andy Murray came through his first match at the Australian Open in straights sets on Monday, but he was made to work for his win by Ukraine's Illya Marchenko.

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Rogers stuns Halep.

Simona Halep suffered a shock defeat to world number 52 Shelby Rogers in the first round of the Australian Open on Monday.

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Who is Murray's round two opponent?

Andy Murray's former coach Brad Gilbert warns that Andrey Rublev won't be an easy matchup for the world No.1.

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De Minaur: Hewitt inspired my victory.

Aussie Alex De Minaur is already drawing comparisons to tennis legend Lleyton Hewitt but the dynamo says he couldn't have caused one of the upsets of the Australian Open without some inspiration from the man himself.

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Tomic aiming to be different from big hitters.

Bernard Tomic says his fitness isn't his primary concern due to his playing style after he thumped Brazilian Thomaz Bellucci in straight sets to cruise through to the second round of the Australian Open.

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Murray admits to slow start.

World No.1 Andy Murray admits to having some opening round nerves as he beat Illya Marchenko in three sets.

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How far can Konta go in the Australian Open?

Steph Brantz and Simon Cambers predict how far into the Australian Open Britain's Johanna Konta will go.

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Kyrgios fanatics back Aussie favourite.

Australian fans at Hisence Arena cheer for Nick Kyrgios as he takes on Gastavo Elias.

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Rogers upsets No. 4 Halep in straight sets.

Shelby Rogers advances to the next round of the Australian Open by defeating Simona Halep in straight sets.

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Haas excited by competitive return.

Fifteen months after his last competitive match, veteran Tommy Haas will play one more time at the Australian Open, in what he announced will be his final season as a professional player.

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Konta pleased with level going into Aussie Open.

Last year's surprise semi-finalist Johanna Konta looked ahead to the beginning of the 2017 Australian Open in Melbourne on Sunday.

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