至少Yahoo Sports News上是這樣寫的
所以說 本屆寶貝的最重要任務就是 有沒有機會為自己寫下這個光榮的紀錄
Australian Open -
Djokovic breezes past Mathieu into second round
Novak Djokovic successfully negotiated the first hurdle in his quest to rewrite the Australian Open record books with an opening round 6-2 6-4 7-5 victory over France's Paul-Henri Mathieu.
The 25-year-old Serb is attempting to win his third successive Australian Open title, and fourth overall. No man in the professional era has won three successive Australian titles.
Djokovic was rarely pushed by Mathieu, a former top-20 player whose ranking dropped after knee surgery ruled him out for the entire 2011 season, aside from the second game of the second set when he had to save three break points.
The world number one will now meet Ryan Harrison of the US in the second round
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哈哈,以下這篇純為球迷個人之搞笑趣味 沒有right and wrong just for fun
Roger Federer advises Bernard Tomic to take things 'step-by-step'
Roger Federer has warned young Aussie star Bernard Tomic not to get 'too far ahead of himself' as he prepares for the first Grand Slam of the season in Melbourne.
The 20-year-old resident of Monte Carlo is on a run of eight straight wins and, on Saturday, broke his title duck by securing the Sydney International with a victory over Kevin Anderson.
The triumph lifted Tomic 21 spots up the world ranking in to 43rd spot and the six-foot, five-inch player now says his target for 2013 is to reach the top-10.
However Federer, the No 2 seed and 17-time Grand Slam champion, says Tomic will find it difficult to reach such lofty heights so quickly.
The pair could face each other in the third round at Flinders Park and the 31-year-old Swiss star said: "I think we should go step-by-step, see how it goes.
"Let's speak in a year's time. Everybody wants to jump from 60 to 10 in a year. But it's hard to do. Ten is a big ask.
"Don't forget how tough the top 10 players are right now."
Tomic opens his account on home soil on Tuesday when he faces Argentina's Leonardo Mayer but Federer said he should not assume the pair will meet in the last 32, adding: "He's got his work cut out, you know, in the first few rounds.
"He will be making a mistake about thinking about me in the third round because he has to get there."
Top 10 is ‘big task’ for Tomic - Federer
14 Jan 2013
ROGER Federer has warned rising Australian star Bernard Tomic that cracking the world’s top 10 will be no easy task after the young Australian won his first ATP Tour title.
Tomic, who claimed his eighth straight win of the year in downing the 36th-ranked Kevin Anderson 6-3, 6-7 (2/7), 6-3 at the Sydney International final on Saturday, believes he can achieve top-10 status by year’s end, but 17-time Grand Slam champion Federer is not so sure.
“I think we should go step by step, see how it goes,” said the Swiss great. “Let’s speak in a year’s time. Everybody wants to jump from, what are his ranking, 60, to 10 in a year. It’s hard to do. Ten is a big task.
Tomic heads to Melbourne for the Australian Open with his ranking down from 64 to 43 and with a chance of facing Federer in the third round. It is a big turnaround for a player who was tipped to emerge as one of the new stars of tennis in 2012, but instead battled controversy on and off the court.
Ahead of a potential third round clash with Federer, the Swiss star cautioned that Tomic should only think about his first round match, against Argentina’s Leonardo Mayer on Tuesday. Federer, the second seed at the opening Grand Slam of the season, is aiming to win his fifth Australian Open title.
Tomic: Federer not assured third round
Sydney International champion Bernard Tomic has fired back at Roger Federer ahead of a prospective Australian Open third-round clash with the world No.2.
Federer intimated the 20-year-old Australian shouldn't be looking too far ahead in the men's singles draw in Melbourne, despite many tipping the pair to face off in the round-of-32.
But fresh from winning his maiden ATP Tour title in Sydney, Tomic said the Swiss maestro should also watch his own back to make it deep into the first week.
"Well, if he (Federer) gets that far," Tomic responded when asked if he believed he could beat the 17-time major winner.
"The first round is my goal, to beat this guy (first-round opponent Leonardo Mayer). I do struggle against some guys out there. I don't know how this guy can play. If the possibility comes for me to win that first match, I'll look for my next round, which is also tough.
"I would love to get in that position to play Roger in the third round. He has to get there as well. You don't know what can happen. Tennis is a funny sport. So we'll see."
Despite being cautious at facing Argentine Mayer on Tuesday, Tomic added that taking on the world No.72 - who has failed to win a main-draw match in Melbourne in three attempts - would be a positive experience.
"I think it's good I haven't played him or hit with him," Tomic said of Mayer.
"It can be a difficult match. It's not easy playing the first round of a grand slam. Everyone is ready to go for the first slam, so you don't know what to expect.
"I've got to come out there and play the tennis I've been playing the last few weeks, then I give myself the best chance to win."
And despite getting a few local fans on side with his tournament win in the Harbour City and an unbeaten singles run at the Hopman Cup in Perth earlier in January, Tomic said Melbourne was his top priority this season.
"This is our first grand slam. This is where you want to do the best. I want to do as best as I can for this tournament, so I'm going to be ready on Tuesday. I'm going to keep going and try to win as many matches as I can," he said.
"Obviously I'm really confident. I haven't lost a match yet (in 2013).(~~~是說2013才剛開始14天喔~~~)
"It's a good opportunity to use something like that and I'm going to use it."
2013-01-13 來源: 網易體育