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Australian Open 2013 Live Streaming:The 2013 Australian Open is a tennis tournament that will take place in Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia from January 14 to January 29, 2013. It will be the 100th edition of the Australian Open, and the first Grand Slam event of the year.

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Watch Australian Open online. Roger Federer cruised through to the second round of the Australian Open in Melbourne with a straight-sets win over the Russian, Alexander Kudryavtsev.

Watch Australian Open tennis online. The third seed admitted after the match he knew little of his opponent, having to check the internet at the weekend to ensure he was the player he thought he was.

The Scot paid for an awful start on court 11 when she fell 4-0 behind and was unable to haul it back. She at least found her range in the second set, trading blows with Foretz Gacon, who at 107 in the world is 53 places lower than Baltacha, but lost her nerve when serving at 4-4. Foretz Gacon squandered six break points but broke through on the seventh and duly served it out to advance in one hour and 30 minutes.

Federer, meanwhile, was expected to make his first meaningful statement here off the sweet centre of his racket in the first round against Alexander Kudryavtsev, under lights in front of his adoring public in Rod Laver Arena. His back injury has calmed and there are many good judges who reckon he can win his first grand slam title since he beat Andy Murray here two years ago.

Promise curdled into misery for British tennis on the first day of the 2013 Australian Open, when five of the six players to make it into the draw — the best representation in an overseas grand slam tournament in 20 years — were re-examining airline schedules before the evening news had started.

Heather Watson was the first player out of the tournament, in only 67 minutes, followed by James Ward in straight sets, Laura Robson in 69 minutes, Elena Baltacha in an hour and a half and Anne Keothavong, who had to retire, weakened by food poisoning, after losing the first set 6-0 in 21 minutes.

Robson, on crutches only a month ago, was never really in it against Jelena Jankovic, who gave up only two games in a brutally quick match on Margaret Court Arena.

On the doomed Court 11, where Ward had already perished, Baltacha, perhaps Britain's best hope of surviving, battled with her customary courage but could not get the breaks against Stéphanie Foretz Gacon of France, who won 6-2, 6-4.

One of the game's most genuine players, Baltacha broke down in tears later, frustrated by an inexplicable loss of form after a sound preparation in the off-season. She got a few bad calls but refused to complain. "That's tennis, you've got to accept it," she said. "It's a tough job."

Of the group misery, she said: "Everyone's disappointed. But it's the third week of the year. That's how I'm seeing it. I've had such a great off-season. You've just got to keep going."

Then it was Keothavong's turn for the guillotine. At least her ordeal against the German Mona Barthel was mercifully quick.

All of this was in marked contrast to the match of the day by Australia's rising teenage talent, Bernard Tomic, who held the Rod Laver Arena spellbound over four hours and 11 minutes against the No22 seed Fernando VerdascoBusiness Management Articles, to come from two sets down and win a five-setter that might be pivotal in his career.

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