Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer earn top two seeds for Australian Open

Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer earn top two seeds for Australian Open

Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer earn top two seeds for Australian Open

Ebden drew USA 16th seed John Isner, wildcard Kubler takes on Spanish 10th seed Pablo Carreno Busta and De Minaur will tackle Wimbledon runner-up Tomas Berdych.

He may also return for another match at Kooyong.

He beat world No. 5 Dominic Thiem over two sets at the Kooyong Classic and lost to Lleyton Hewitt in a mini-match at the Tiebreak Tens event that same night.

The former world No. 1 appeared calm and poised playing Thiem, something his fans have been anticipating for quite some time.

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"I can't stop smiling on the outside and on the inside, it's such a great joy and I've missed it", Djokovic said. Obviously I'm very happy with the way it went today.

It was a welcome sight for Australian Open organisers and fans following the withdrawals of five-time runner-up Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori as well as 23-time slam victor Serena Williams on the women's side, but Djokovic insisted he is still not 100 per cent fit with the tournament set to get underway on Monday. "For now, I'm in the [Australian Open] and let's hope with God's grace that everything will be fine in the next five days".

Her forced hiatus will extend past this year's tournament after she decided last week that she was not fully match-ready, giving the chasing pack more opportunities to stamp their authority on the women's game. The Austrian rebounded to win his sole title of 2017 on clay in Rio de Janeiro, beating Pablo Carreno Busta in the final.

There is a difference, however, with Federer guiding Switzerland to their third Hopman Cup trophy - 17 years on from claiming the title alongside Martina Hingis. "It's a great start".

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Three-time Grand Slam champion Stanislas Wawrinka, seeded ninth in Melbourne, will take on unseeded Richard Berankis in the first round.

"I felt that I can compete, and I can do this, it made me believe more".

As previously mentioned, Thiem's best result at the Australian Open came a year ago, making the second week for the first time in his fourth appearance at the tournament. "Roger is the quintessential superstar ballet player that happens to play tennis - it all looks easy, but there's so much work that goes behind it to make those motor skills able to execute under pressure for long periods of time". This and a tough draw has merited him a 14th seeding only.

Maria Sharapova, however, is the one player who can match Williams' intensity and single-minded desire for success, not to mention her status as a drawcard.

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