Watch: The best court coverage from Andy Murray

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World No.1, Andy Murray beat Sam Querrey in straight sets to reach the last 16 of the Australian Open 2017. And the match saw Murray putting on a show for his fans.

The 6-4 6-2 6-4 win for Murray saw him dominate Querrey and there were also times when he displayed some marvellous skills on court. He will now face Mischa Zverev in the next round.

The above video shows how Murray covered the court while running from one end to the other to win a point.

Considering this form and Novak Djokovic's shock early exit, could this be the year Murray finally wins in Melbourne?
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Tweets of the week: Australian Open fever takes over

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The Australian Open 2017 fever is on. And the battle to get to the next round has intensified.

We bring you the latest tweets from fans and players from this week…

Jamie Murray may be the lesser known Murray in the family but according to his uber driver, he is better looking than his recently-knighted brother, Andy; while Dan Evans made it to the Aus Open third round than called out Kevin Pietersen for snubbing him.

Roger Federer was in a generous mood, posing for photos with some of his fans, who also happen to be professional tennis players.

An interesting revelation about Andrey Rublev, who lost to Andy Murray in the Aus Open second round, prompted quite the response from the player the Russian defeated in the opening round.

The world tuned into the epic five-setter between Nick Kyrgios and Andreas Seppi that took place on Hisense Arena on Wednesday. Fair to say Australian media were not happy about Kyrgios’ defeat…

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How Istomin upset Djokovic

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"First of all I feel sorry for Novak, I was playing so good today."

Those were Denis Istomin's words during his post-match interview after he ousted Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open 2017.

A stunning 7-6(8) 5-7 2-6 7-6(5) 6-4 victory gave Istomin a ticket to the third round of the Australian Open in a fantastic game of Tennis.

The above video uploaded to the tournament's YouTube channel shows how he got the Match Point and what he spoke in the post-match interview after beating the Serbian and making a name for himself.
Did you see that coming?


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