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Draw for the Australian Open, starting in Melbourne on Monday: MEN'S SINGLES 1-Roger Federer (Sui) v Bjorn Phau (Ger) Jonas Bjorkman (Swe) v Olivier Patience (Fra) Simon Greul (Ger) v Lu Yen-hsun (Tpe) Jan Hernych (Cze) v 25-Mikhail Youzhny (Rus) 24-Juan Carlos Ferrero (Spa) v Jan Hajek (Cze) Danai Udomchoke (Tha) v Martin Vassallo Arguello (Arg) Feliciano Lopez (Spa) v Qualifier Nicolas Massu (Chi) v 14-Novak Djokovic (Ser) 11-Marcos Baghdatis (Cyp) v Rainer Schuettler (Ger) Gael Monfils (Fra) v Daniele Bracciali (Ita) Gilles Simon (Fra) v Amer Delic (USA) Filippo Volandri (Ita) v 18-Richard Gasquet (Fra) 27-Jose Acasuso (Arg) v wc-Sam Querrey (USA) Florent Serra (Fra) v Nicolas Devilder (Fra) Ivo Karlovic (Cro) v Jurgen Melzer (Aut) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo (Spa) v 7-Tommy Robredo (Spa) 4-Ivan Ljubicic (Cro) v Mardy Fish (USA) Nicolas Mahut (Fra) v Juan Monaco (Arg) Stefan Koubek (Aut) v wc-Wayne Arthurs (Aus) Qualifier v 30-Agustin Calleri (Arg) 20-Radek Stepanek (Cze) v Michael Llodra (Fra) Lukas Dlouhy (Cze) v Qualifier Thomas Johansson (Swe) v Qualifier Kristian Pless (Den) v 16-David Ferrer (Spa) 9-Mario Ancic (Cro) v wc-Go Soeda (Jpn) Joachim Johansson (Swe) v Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (Spa) Vince Spadea (USA) v Igor Andreev (Rus) Jiri Vanek (Cze) v 22-Dominik Hrbaty (Svk) 26-Marat Safin (Rus) v Benjamin Becker (Ger) Qualifier v Paradorn Srichaphan (Tha) Marc Gicquel (Fra) v wc-Alun Jones (Aus) wc-Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Fra) v 6-Andy Roddick (USA) 8-David Nalbandian (Arg) v Janko Tipsarevic (Ser) Qualifier v Nicolas Lapentti (Ecu) wc-Chris Guccione (Aus) v Olivier Rochus (Bel) Christophe Rochus (Bel) v 28-Sebastien Grosjean (Fra) 23-Robin Soderling (Swe) v Florian Mayer (Ger) Andreas Seppi (Ita) v Qualifier Qualifier v Qualifier Albert Montanes (Spa) v 12-Tommy Haas (Ger) 13-Tomas Berdych (Cze) v Lee Hyung-taik (Kor) Qualifier v wc-Robert Smeets (Aus) Max Mirnyi (Blr) v Luis Horna (Per) Qualifier v 21-Dmitry Tursunov (Rus) 29-Xavier Malisse (Bel) v Arnaud Clement (Fra) Fabrice Santoro (Fra) v Igor Kunitsyn (Rus) Gilles Muller (Lux) v Gaston Gaudio (Arg) Sergio Roitman (Arg) v 3-Nikolay Davydenko (Rus) 5-James Blake (USA) v Carlos Moya (Spa) wc-Peter Luczak (Aus) v Qualifier Qualifier v Qualifier Robby Ginepri (USA) v 32-Nicolas Almagro (Spa) 19-Lleyton Hewitt (Aus) v Qualifier Frank Dancevic (Can) v Victor Hanescu (Rom) Juan Martin del Potro (Arg) v Alessio di Mauro (Ita) Evgeny Korolev (Rus) v 10-Fernando Gonzalez (Chi) 15-Andy Murray (Gbr) v Alberto Martin (Spa) Fernando Verdasco (Spa) v Paul-Henri Mathieu (Fra) Juan Ignacio Chela (Arg) v Potito Starace (Ita) Paul Goldstein (USA) v 17-Jarkko Nieminen (Fin) 31-Stanislas Wawrinka (Sui) v Kevin Kim (USA) Julien Benneteau (Fra) v Qualifier Kristof Vliegen (Bel) v Philipp Kohlschreiber (Ger) Robert Kendrick (usa) v 2-Rafael Nadal (Spa).

“I’m quite pleased with the result, [after] a tough match against [Janko] Tipsarevic, who played a fantastic match,” Federer said.

“Tomas has been playing well and he’s always a dangerous guy on any surface and it’s unfortunate for him, but I’m very happy and hope to keep going.” The Swiss top seed now plays American 12th seed Blake, who had an equally convincing win over unseeded Croatian Marin Cilic, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. Janko [Tipsarevic] took him to 10-8 in the fifth and no matter who you are, he has showed you can take Roger to the limit, and I plan to cause him some trouble,” said an upbeat Blake.

The 2010 runner-up eased past Simona Halep 6-0 6-2 at Roland Garros to move into the last 32.

Stosur’s attacking game was again in evidence as she used her famous kick-serve to good effect, often coming to the net to nail down points.

“Apart from eating and breathing sand, it was great.” Sharapova will take on American qualifier Bethanie Mattek for a place in the last 32.

Her closest rival for the title, second seed Serb Ana Ivanovic, cruised into the third round with a 6-1, 6-2 win over the Czech Republic’s Lucie Safarova.

“I’ve got a little something going on but it’s not going to hurt anybody,” said the seventh seed, adding that her failure to win the title in Melbourne was a key motivator.

“I’ve come close here before but my little sister Serena has taken it away from me,” she said. But I have a lot of respect for Ana and won’t be taking her lightly.” She next plays fourth seed Ana Ivanovic, who lost concentration against unheralded Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark, admitting she was sleepwalking for periods of her match against the 17-year-old Dane.

“The first set was luck and afterwards I relaxed and tried to be aggressive and take control of the match, which I did,” said Djokovic.

“He made a couple of unforced errors and he was very tired and exhausted from the Baghdatis match a few nights ago, so I used my opportunity.” In the other fourth-round match, fifth seed David Ferrer won the all-Spanish battle with 22nd seed Juan Carlos Ferrero 7-5, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 and will now play Djokovic.

But it was curtains for Australia’s last hope Lleyton Hewitt, who was crushed by Serbian third seed Novak Djokovic 7-5, 6-3, 6-3.

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