Both Woods and McIlroy will begin the weekend at four-under in a tie for 17th. Palmer had 11 birdies and fell suddenly to Mark Brooks' racing record set in 1990. "When I was younger I had more good days than bad, feeling-wise", Woods said. "I didn't do a very good job of that starting out, made a quick bogey early but felt like I fought back".
She will meet Ons Jabeur of Turkey in the third round. The 22-year-old Victorian wildcard fell to Lajovic 6-2 6-4 6-3. "I learned a lot from that US Open". 'You gave me more than you have to. World No.47 Millman deserved the opener and was thriving as the frontrunner, serving first in the second set, and his hustle continued by ramping up the pressure on return.
Kyrgios initially was a point from winning at 6-5 in the third-set tiebreaker, then again an hour later at 8-7 in the fourth-set tiebreaker, but he needed yet another hour to pull out the victory when Khachanov pushed a backhand wide. I have been lucky enough to play against Rafa on the practice court. "Every day is a different story". The four-time Australian Open runner-up drew collective gasps with some stunning shots as he raced out to a 2-0 lead under the Melbourne sun.
Lampard will not want to be without Abraham, who has scored 15 goals in all competitions, for an extended period. "We were anxious about a hairline fracture". We knew their full-backs are aggressive and we wanted our full-backs to take care of their full-backs but we just switched off for Hudson-Odoi's run and didn't pick up ( Cesar) Azpilicueta (who crossed for the goal).
Open finalist previous year, arrived in Melbourne in red-hot form, winning all his singles matches at the inaugural ATP Cup before a three-set defeat to seven-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic in the semi-final. But poor technique on a volley handed the Spaniard a break back for 3-4 and Martinez's confidence grew. But things suddenly went awry for him when back-to-back double faults put the set back on service before another error set up a break for the Frenchman to win the ...
Pliskova, a semifinalist here previous year, lost 7-6 (4), 7-6 (3) to 30th-seeded Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in match lasting nearly 21/2 hours on Saturday. "It's just a tournament, and I'm sure that for you guys (media) it's a little bit of shock when the top-10 players are losing, but it's life and we can not be 100 percent every day", said the Romanian.