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  1. [Scotsman] Charged-up Chela stuns Hewitt in grudge tie
  2. [Reuters] Roddick breezes into fourth round in Melbourne
  3. [Yahoo] Santoro advances after Gaudio wilts in Melbourne heat (Reuters)
  4. [BBC News] A nation hopes
  5. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Australian Open women's singles round 3 results
  6. [Yahoo] Play suspended on outside courts as Melbourne scorches (Reuters)
  7. [BBC News] Rafter fears for Hewitt's future
  8. [Reuters] Petrova thrashes Camerin to reach fourth round
  9. [Topix] Sports Calendar for Friday, Jan. 20
  10. [Yahoo] Sharapova switches to southpaw to KO Kostanic (Reuters)
  11. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Australian Open women's singles round 3 results
  12. [Topix] THE Argentine sends local hero Hewitt crashing out as a clinical...
  13. [Reuters] Kuznetsova maintains impressive run at Melbourne
  14. [Yahoo] Roddick avoids talk of potential Federer final (Reuters)
  15. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Australian Open women's singles round 3 results
  16. [Yahoo] Davenport survives searing heat to advance at Open (Reuters)
  17. [Yahoo] Henin too strong for Razzano in Melbourne (Reuters)
  18. [Topix] Rafter Leads List Of Hall of Fame INominees
  19. [Yahoo] Sharapova, Roddick cruise Friday at Australian Open (SportsTicker)
  20. [Yahoo] Davenport survives match, heat in Melbourne (Reuters)
  21. [Topix] No one can stop Federer, says Hewitt
  22. [Yahoo] Sharapova scorches into fourth round as Open heats up (Reuters)
  23. [Reuters] Play suspended on outside courts as Melbourne scorches
  24. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Sharapova switches to southpaw to KO Kostanic
  25. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Roddick avoids talk of potential Federer final
  26. [Topix] Roddick aces qualifier
  27. [Yahoo] Fans set for major role in Roddick-Baghdatis encounter (Reuters)
  28. [Reuters] Davenport survives searing heat to advance at Open
  29. [Yahoo] Hewitt must improve to stay in touch, says Rafter (Reuters)
  30. [BBC News] Heat halts Australian Open action
  31. [BBC News] Live: Williams v Hantuchova
  32. [Topix] Sharapova Needs 68 Minutes to Advance Down Under
  33. [Yahoo] Australian Open courts branded too slow (Reuters)
  34. [Yahoo] Santoro sacrifices set to down Gaudio (Reuters)
  35. [Reuters] Fans set for major role in Roddick-Baghdatis encounter
  36. [Yahoo] Russians advance on Melbourne (Reuters)
  37. [Reuters] Hewitt must improve to stay in touch, says Rafter
  38. [Yahoo] Nalbandian grinds out third round victory in Melbourne (Reuters)
  39. [Reuters] Australian Open courts branded too slow
  40. [Topix] Hingis impresses Davenport with comeback
  41. [Yahoo] Roddick, Sharapova breeze into fourth round; Davenport labors in the heat (AP)
  42. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Santoro sacrifices set to down Gaudio
  43. [Yahoo] Nalbandian grafts his way into fourth round (Reuters)
  44. [Reuters] UPDATE 4-Australian Open men's singles round 3 results
  45. [Topix] Sharapova in a hurry
  46. [Yahoo] Order of play at the Australian Open on Saturday (Reuters)
  47. [BBC News] Hantuchova stuns champion Serena
  48. [Yahoo] Sharapova scorches through as Open heats up (Reuters)
  49. [Topix] Sharapova scorches through as Open heats up
  50. [Yahoo] Serena Williams beaten by Hantuchova at Australian Open (Reuters)
  51. [Yahoo] Hantuchova beats Serena in Melbourne (Reuters)
  52. [Yahoo] Johansson scores easy third round victory in Melbourne (Reuters)
  53. [Yahoo] Players split over Australian open heat rule (Reuters)
  54. [BBC News] Hantuchova celebrates famous win
  55. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Sharapova scorches through as Open heats up
  56. [Topix] Sharapova Looks Sharp, Davenport Needs Three to Advance in Australia
  57. [Yahoo] Williams knocked off by Hantuchova at Australian Open (SportsTicker)
  58. [Reuters] Serena Williams beaten by Hantuchova at Australian Open
  59. [Yahoo] Serena dumped from Open, Sharapova stays cool (Reuters)
  60. [Reuters] UPDATE 6-Australian Open women's singles round 3 results
  61. [Yahoo] Serena Williams ousted in third round (AP)
  62. [Reuters] UPDATE 5-Australian Open men's singles round 3 results
  63. [Yahoo] Joachim Johansson set for February comeback in San Jose (Reuters)
  64. [Reuters] Johansson scores easy third round victory in Melbourne
  65. [Yahoo] Seventh seed Ljubicic beats Lopez in Melbourne (Reuters)
  66. [BBC News] Johansson plans February return
  67. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Players split over Australian open heat rule
  68. [Topix] Roddick, Sharapova breeze into fourth round; Davenport labors in the heat
  69. [Yahoo] Hantuchova hails win over Williams as turning point (Reuters)
  70. [BBC News] Hantuchova on a high after win
  71. [Reuters] WRAPUP 1-Serena dumped from Open, Sharapova stays cool
  72. [Yahoo] Robredo beats Blake for first time to go through (Reuters)
  73. [Reuters] UPDATE 6-Australian Open men's singles round 3 results
  74. [Topix] Serena dumped from Open, Sharapova stays cool
  75. [Yahoo] Serena's reign as champion ends (Reuters)
  76. [Reuters] Joachim Johansson set for February comeback in San Jose
  77. [Yahoo] Defending champ Serena out of Australian Open (AFP)
  78. [Reuters] Seventh seed Ljubicic beats Lopez in Melbourne
  79. [Topix] Davenport impressed by Hingis
  80. [Yahoo] Davenport cool about form concerns after lukewarm Open win (AFP)
  81. [Yahoo] Hot Rod heats up at Aussie Open (AFP)
  82. [Topix] Serena Completes Williams Exit at Australian Open
  83. [BBC News] Have Your Say
  84. [Topix] Defending champion Serena Williams ousted in third round of Aussie Open
  85. [Topix] Hewitt Loses in 2nd Round in Australia
  86. [Topix] Matches put off as heat wave, then rain, hits Australian Open
  87. [Yahoo] Federer highlights Saturday action at Australian Open (SportsTicker)
  88. [Reuters] Hantuchova hails win over Williams as turning point
  89. [Topix] Later, Lleyton! Chela nixes Aussie's title hopes
  90. [Reuters] Robredo beats Blake for first time to go through
  91. [Reuters] UPDATE 7-Australian Open men's singles round 3 results
  92. [Topix] Williams out as Russians march on
  93. [Topix] Roddick, Sharapova Advance in Australia
  94. [BBC News] Ivanisevic declines Croatia role
  95. [Topix] Sports Briefs - January 20, 2006
  96. [Yahoo] Matches put off as heat wave, then rain, hits Australian Open (AP)
  97. [Yahoo] One match point too many; Serena's 16-match streak ends in third round (AP)
  98. [Topix] Too many unforced errors stymie Moodie
  99. [Topix] Roddick, Sharapova advance in Australia
  100. [Topix] Champ dazed and out (Reg Req'd)
  101. [Yahoo] ATP head to push for two-month break and move Tennis Masters Cup to October (AP)
  102. [Scotsman] Roddick quick off the mark but will take no chances
  103. [BBC News] Live: Hingis v Benesova
  104. [Scotsman] Williams loses grip on title but insists preparation was spot on
  105. [Yahoo] Hingis advances to fourth round at Australian Open (SportsTicker)
  106. [Topix] In sad fall from grace, Roscoe Tanner lands in prison
  107. [Yahoo] Hingis breezes into Australian Open fourth round (Reuters)
  108. [BBC News] Hingis continues run in Melbourne
  109. [Yahoo] Hingis reaches fourth round in Grand Slam comeback (AP)
  110. [Yahoo] Myskina mashes Swede in Australian Open (Reuters)
  111. [BBC News] Aussie Open day six photos
  112. [Yahoo] Extreme heat rule applied at Australian Open (Reuters)
  113. [Topix] Sharapova needs 68 minutes to advance Down Under
  114. [Yahoo] Mauresmo opponent retires in extreme heat (Reuters)
  115. [BBC News] Grosjean gets past injured Coria
  116. [Reuters] Hingis breezes into Australian Open fourth round
  117. [Topix] Mauresmo, Hingis Move into Fourth Round Down Under
  118. [Yahoo] Hingis through to Australian Open fourth round (Reuters)
  119. [BBC News] Heat disrupts Aussie Open again
  120. [Reuters] Australian Open women's singles round 3 results
  121. [Yahoo] Grosjean upsets Coria at Australian Open (Reuters)
  122. [Reuters] Myskina mashes Swede in Australian Open
  123. [Yahoo] Extreme heat claims Krajicek in Melbourne (Reuters)
  124. [Reuters] Extreme heat rule applied at Australian Open
  125. [Reuters] Mauresmo opponent retires in extreme heat
  126. [Topix] Davenport Rallies at the Australian Open
  127. [Reuters] Grosjean upsets Coria at Australian Open
  128. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Extreme heat claims Krajicek in Melbourne
  129. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Rejuvenated Hingis waltzes into fourth round
  130. [Yahoo] Hingis reaches fourth round in Grand Slam comeback, heat causing problems at Melbourne Park (AP)
  131. [Topix] Lindsay Davenport Rallies to Defeat Karolina Sprem in the Second Round of the Australian Open
  132. [Yahoo] Rejuvenated Hingis waltzes into fourth round (Reuters)
  133. [Yahoo] Williams sisters not washed up, say Hingis, Mauresmo (AFP)
  134. [BBC News] Haas awaits Federer in round four
  135. [Reuters] Hingis rolls on as the heat takes its toll
  136. [Topix] Hingis advances at Australian Open
  137. [Yahoo] Hingis rolls on as the heat takes its toll (Reuters)
  138. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Mauresmo in two minds after easy win
  139. [Yahoo] Mauresmo in two minds after easy win (Reuters)
  140. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Extreme heat claims Krajicek in Melbourne
  141. [BBC News] Heat takes its toll in Melbourne
  142. [Yahoo] Roddick, Davenport highlight Sunday action at Australian Open (SportsTicker)
  143. [Topix] Roddick beats heat, Benneteau, at Aussie
  144. [Yahoo] Order of play at the Australian Open on Sunday (Reuters)
  145. [Yahoo] Hingis reaches fourth round, heat causing problems at Melbourne Park (AP)
  146. [Yahoo] Clijsters beats Vinci to ease into fourth round (Reuters)
  147. [Topix] Mauresmo, Miskina, Hingis march on at Australian Open
  148. [Yahoo] Hingis rolls on as heat takes its toll (Reuters)
  149. [Topix] News Column
  150. [Topix] Hingis show rolls on
  151. [Yahoo] Williams sisters still a threat, say rivals (Reuters)
  152. [BBC News] Live: Federer v Mirnyi
  153. [Yahoo] Davydenko beats Healey to move into last 16 (Reuters)
  154. [BBC News] Heat causes problems for players
  155. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Australian Open men's singles round 3 results
  156. [BBC News] Motivated Hingis maintains form
  157. [Reuters] Order of play at the Australian Open on Sunday
  158. [Topix] Pierce bounced out by Czech
  159. [Reuters] Clijsters beats Vinci to ease into fourth round
  160. [Topix] Hingis cool in Melbourne meltdown
  161. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Hingis rolls on as heat takes its toll
  162. [Yahoo] Federer beats Mirnyi in straight sets in Melbourne (Reuters)
  163. [BBC News] Federer eases to win over Mirnyi
  164. [Yahoo] Federer, Hingis advance to fourth round at Australian Open (SportsTicker)
  165. [Topix] Serena Williams Ousted in Third Round
  166. [Topix] So far, Hingis comeback has been grand
  167. [Yahoo] Swiss roll on while rest toil in Melbourne heat (Reuters)
  168. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Clijsters beats Vinci to ease into fourth round
  169. [Yahoo] Federer in cruise control against Mirnyi (Reuters)
  170. [Reuters] Williams sisters still a threat, say rivals
  171. [Yahoo] Hingis, Federer reaches fourth round on sweltering day (AP)
  172. [Reuters] UPDATE 3-Australian Open men's singles round 3 results
  173. [Topix] Clijsters whips into Australian Open fourth round
  174. [Reuters] Davydenko beats Healey to move into last 16
  175. [Reuters] Federer beats Mirnyi in straight sets in Melbourne
  176. [Topix] Federer Tames Beast, Coria Beaten at Australian Open
  177. [Topix] Clijsters, Federer fly into fourth round
  178. [Yahoo] Aussie Open midterm grades (SI.com)
  179. [Topix] Rivals say Williams sisters still a threat
  180. [Yahoo] Federer's faults off court: Can't cook, always late (AP)
  181. [Yahoo] Davenport has new coach at Aussie Open (AP)
  182. [Topix] Hingis moves on
  183. [Yahoo] ATP chairman to push for two-month break (AP)
  184. [Yahoo] Federer faults: Can't cook, always late (AP)
  185. [Yahoo] Krajicek, fans swelter at Aussie Open (AP)
  186. [Reuters] WRAPUP 1-Swiss roll on while rest toil in Melbourne heat
  187. [Yahoo] Hingis, Federer reach fourth round (AP)
  188. [Reuters] CORRECTION 5-Australian Open men's singles round 3 results
  189. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Federer in cruise control against Mirnyi
  190. [Topix] Serena's reign as champion ends
  191. [Topix] Hingis reaches the fourth round at Australian Open
  192. [Topix] Defending champion Serena Williams out of Australian Open
  193. [Scotsman] Young Scot claims a victory at last as coach fails to last the course
  194. [Scotsman] Hingis on a roll as heat takes its toll down under
  195. [Topix] Overrated Maria Sharapova's Overrated Cameltoe
  196. [Scotsman] The burning question
  197. [Topix] Court to review SF man's murder conviction
  198. [BBC News] Petrova wins all-Russian contest
  199. [Topix] Continuing Rehab, Capriati Is Not Ready For Comeback
  200. [Scotsman] Aussie defeat is the bottom line for overweight Serena
  201. [Topix] Federer Admits to Off-Court Imperfections
  202. [Topix] Hantuchova snaps Serena's win streak in Australia
  203. [BBC News] Injured Davenport to face Henin
  204. [Scotsman] Murray's growing pains
  205. [Topix] Hingis reaches 4th round
  206. [Yahoo] Davenport, Hingis advance in Australia (AP)
  207. [Topix] Hewitt Is Upset by Chela
  208. [Topix] Davenport wins, gets Henin-Hardenne next
  209. [BBC News] Aussie Open day seven photos
  210. [Topix] Hingis, Clijsters win at Melbourne
  211. [Yahoo] Lindsay, Justine in quarters Down Under (AP)
  212. [BBC News] Federer relishes Haas challenge
  213. [Topix] Lindsay given a workout
  214. [Topix] Davydenko advances to fourth round of Australian Open
  215. [BBC News] Doubles players drop legal action
  216. [Reuters] Australian Open women's singles round 4 results
  217. [Topix] Flawless Federer barely raises sweat
  218. [Yahoo] Second-seed Roddick out at Aussie Open (AP)
  219. [BBC News] Davenport through to face Henin
  220. [Reuters] Henin races into Australian Open quarters
  221. [Topix] Myskina reaches fourth round of Australian Open
  222. [BBC News] Baghdatis shatters Roddick dream
  223. [Reuters] Davenport through to Australian quarters for ninth time
  224. [Topix] Bryan brothers to drop lawsuit over doubles changes
  225. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Australian Open women's singles round 4 results
  226. [Topix] Grosjean keeps the French flag flying high
  227. [Reuters] Injury scare for Davenport at scorching Open
  228. [Topix] Roddick in shock defeat
  229. [Topix] Homeboy Hewitt Can't Find the Spark to Relight his Fire
  230. [Topix] Clijsters, Mauresmo, Hingis Reach Fourth Round At Aussie Open
  231. [BBC News] Nalbandian hits form to progress
  232. [Reuters] Australian Open men's singles round 4 results
  233. [BBC News] Live: Sharapova v Hantuchova
  234. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Davenport survives injury scare
  235. [Topix] Krajicek, fans swelter at Open
  236. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Henin crushes Pascual to reach quarters
  237. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Cypriot Baghdatis stuns Roddick in Melbourne
  238. [Reuters] UPDATE 1-Roddick falls to Cypriot showman Baghdatis
  239. [Topix] Roddick left scratching his head
  240. [BBC News] Sharapova battles past Hantuchova
  241. [BBC News] Coach rues Murray media outburst
  242. [Topix] Hingis extends fairytale into fourth round
  243. [Topix] Baghdatis stuns Roddick in Melbourne
  244. [Reuters] Baghdatis brings tennis to the people in Cyprus
  245. [Reuters] Sharapova ends Hantuchova challenge in Melbourne
  246. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Australian Open women's singles round 4 results
  247. [Yahoo] Second-seeded Roddick out at Aussie Open (AP)
  248. [Reuters] UPDATE 2-Roddick exits after shock defeat in Melbourne
  249. [Reuters] Santoro overjoyed at reaching last eight
  250. [Topix] Baghdatis Sends Second-Seeded Roddick Out Of Oz Open