Australian Open Live Streams - Live Action Down Under
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Defending champion and strong favourite to win his third Australian Open title, Novak Djokovic seems to be fit for the challenge as he showed some incredible form during the pre-season warm-up exhibition tournament in Abu Dhabi earlier this month.
Despite struggling with a niggling back problem, Roger Federer is keen to show that he is still in the same great form as he was at the end of 2011. The Swiss star will no doubt play through the pain as he has his sights set on winning a sixth Australian Open title and a 17th Grand Slam title.
With a win under his belt at the 2012 Brisbane International, Andy Murray still has to prove that he can step up his game when it matters. He was runner-up in the 2010 and 2011 Australian Open, but on both occasions failed to take hold of the prestigious Grand Slam title.
In the women's draw, Petra Kvitova is being hailed as the 'next big thing' but she is yet to prove that she can win a major event on these slower outdoor hard courts. Kvitova faces strong competition from defending champion Kim Clijsters and China's Li Na who always performs well in Australia. Serena Williams might have had an injury scare last week, but the US tennis star will be fully recovered by next Monday and ready to take charge of the woman's tournament.
Tournament director Craig Tilley is looking forward to another memorable showdown. "It's incredible to once again have every available top player in both the men's and women's fields heading to play the Australian Open," he said.
"These superstars of world sport love coming to Melbourne. They love the Australian Open and the fans, the city, the facilities at Melbourne Park and the way we look after them while they are here. They in turn will provide an unbelievable couple of weeks of drama, excitement and entertainment for all of us lucky enough to attend the event or follow it on TV or online. We are in for some incredible tennis in January. I can't wait!"
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