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Fall in Rankings has Roger Federer Seeded 17th at Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — A long injury layoff and a fall in the rankings have created a tough draw for 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer at the Australian Open.

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Maria Sharapova to make her comeback from doping ban in Germany

The former world No.1 women's tennis player, Maria Sharapova, is to return to action at a tournament in Germany after having served her doping ban. She was banned after a positive test at last year's Australian Open.

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Djokovic Beats Murray For Doha Title

Novak Djokovic has taken the first battle of the 2017 ATP World Tour season against Andy Murray, beating the Scot 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 to defend his Qatar ExxonMobil Open title and exact revenge on the World No. 1.In an electrifying final, the Serbian captured his first title since July (Rogers Cup) and showed some of the fiery tennis that helped him dominate the first half of 2016. The 29 year old frequently encouraged the crowd to back him, lifting his arms and pumping his fist while staring into the stands.

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Will Raonic Challenge For No. 1 in 2017?

Milos Raonic has arrived at the Brisbane International presented by Suncorp and is ready to make a statement in his first tournament of 2017.

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Murray, Djokovic to resume rivalry

The world's top two players will begin their 2017 ATP World Tour season at the Doha event, six weeks after their thrilling season-long 2016 battle ended with Murray claiming the year-end number one spot.Murray beat Djokovic in Sunday's title match at the ATP World Tour Finals in London and, with Tomas Berdych the only other top-10-ranked player in the field, the pair will be widely expected to meet again in the Qatari capital in the first week of 2017.

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