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Cilic out of australian open
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Cilic out of australian open

By Press Association US Open champion Marin Cilic will miss the Australian Open with a shoulder injury. The Croatian has withdrawn from the tournament, which gets under way in Melbourne on January 19, because of a problem with his right ... Capital Bay, 2 weeks ago
Australian Open Diary: Thoughts on the … Yahoo! India, 19 hours ago
Robson to miss Australian Open MSN UK, 2 weeks ago
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Murray ready for physical challenge

By Press Association Andy Murray is braced for the biggest physical test of his Australian Open campaign so far against Portugal's Joao Sousa. Murray may have expected to face 32nd seed Martin Klizan in the third round, but the 25-year-old ...
 Capital Bay3 days ago Australian Open: Murray frustrated despite win  MSN UK5 days ago Watson hails murray as a role model  Capital Bay1 week ago Murray raring to go  Capital Bay1 week ago
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Smith powers australia to victory

By Press Association Steve Smith masterminded a thrilling chase as Australia kept their foot on England's throat with a tense three-wicket victory in Hobart. England's 303 for eight was their highest total in 20 one-day international innings, ...
 Capital Bay2 days ago Smith carries Australia ahead  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago

Violin Customer, the Australasian Performing Rights Association, Wins Storage Visions Conference Visionary Award

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 Scottrade3 days ago Press Release: Violin Customer, the Australasian Performing Rights Association, Wins Storage Visions Conference Visionary Award  iMarketReports3 days ago
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Watson claims hobart title

By Press Association Britain's Heather Watson won the second WTA Tour title of her career on Saturday, beating American qualifier Madison Brengle in the Hobart International. Watson recovered from 3-1 down in the first set to win 6-3 6-4 and ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago Watson into hobart quarter-finals  Capital Bay1 week ago Watson reaches hobart final  Capital Bay1 week ago
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Anderson cool on card system

By Press Association England and Australia may not always see eye to eye on cricket matters, but ahead of their Tri-Series meeting on Friday James Anderson and Brad Haddin both argued against drastic measures to curb sledging. Both players are ...
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Djokovic moves past bedene

By Press Association Top seed Novak Djokovic and defending champion Stan Wawrinka wasted no time in booking their place in the second round of the Australian Open on Tuesday. While a record-equalling 11 seeds crashed out of the women's singles ...
 Capital Bay5 days ago Novak Djokovic: Fitness issues are behind me, I'm ready for the Australian Open  Capital Bay1 week ago
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Ivanovic seeks answers after exit

By Press Association Fifth seed Ana Ivanovic admitted she was in need of a new approach after crashing out of the Australian Open on the opening day in Melbourne. Ivanovic looked to be in charge of her match with Czech qualifier Lucie Hradecka ...
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Three brits in main men's draw

By Press Association Britain will have three men in the Australian Open for the first time since 2002 after Kyle Edmund pro duced a superb battling performance on Saturday to secure his debut in the main draw. Edmund came from a set down ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago Edmund through to main draw  Capital Bay1 week ago Australian Open draw set to include three British players for first time since 2002  Capital Bay1 week ago
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Agnew hits out at 'sledging'

By Press Association Jonathan Agnew believes Australia have failed to act on their best intentions, to abandon aggressive 'sledging', since the death of Phillip Hughes. BBC cricket correspondent Agnew has voiced his disappointment at what he ...
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