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                      Friday Jan 30 01:21 AEDT
                      Andy Murray. (Getty)
                      Andy Murray has the chance to avenge three Australian Open final losses after defeating Tomas Berdych in a tense and dramatic semi-final.
                      Matt Shirvington. (AAP)
                      Matt Shirvington had a "Dave Smith" moment with many swearing he mistook Josh Morris for Josh Hoffman at an otherwise polished ceremony.
                      Lleyton Hewitt. (AAP)
                      Former World No.1 Lleyton Hewitt has announced next year's Australian Open will likely be his final tournament before retirement.
                      Mat Ryan. (Getty)
                      Australia goalkeeper Mathew Ryan on insisted that reports linking him to English giants Liverpool will not distract him from the Asian Cup final.
                      Josh Hazlewood. (AAP)
                      Paceman Josh Hazlewood says he knows he is in a fight for a spot in Australia's bowling line-up for the upcoming World Cup.
                      Kyrie Irving. (Getty)
                      The Cleveland Cavaliers have beaten Portland to extend their winning streak to eight games behind an electric performance from Kyrie Irving.
                      Sonny Bill Williams and Michael Jordan. (Getty)
                      Sonny Bill Williams is a better athlete than Michael Jordan, according to his next opponent in the boxing ring.
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