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HIGHLIGHTS-Tennis-Day six at the Australian Open

HIGHLIGHTS-Tennis-Day six at the Australian Open
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Highlights of the sixth day at the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, on Saturday (times AEDT; GMT+11): 1100 PLISKOVA ON COURT LOOKING TO AVOID UPSET

Second seed Karolina Pliskova gets play underway on Rod Laver Arena hoping she does not follow Serena Williams and last year's champion Naomi Osaka out of the tournament after they were both upset in their third round matches on Friday. The Czech faces 30th-seeded Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the first match on the main show court while three-times Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber opens play on Margaret Court Arena against Italy's Camila Giorgi.

There should be no disruptions to play with no chance of rain and only a moderate high of 26 Celsius (78.8 Fahrenheit) expected. READ MORE

Federer survives huge scare to reach last 16 Djokovic puts on serving masterclass

Serena's record bid foiled by Chinese Wang Teenager Gauff ends Osaka's title defence

Crushed Serena says Slam record bid will go on Osaka still searching for "champion mentality"

Raonic knocks out Tsitsipas in straight sets Wang wished late coach McNamara was courtside

Wozniacki heads into retirement after defeat Wozniacki bows out with dreams fulfilled

Barty on a roll, moves into fourth round Kyrgios braced for 'aggressive' Khachanov

Australian Open order of play on Saturday

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