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'I do whatever Rohan tells me to' - Dabrowski.

Gaurav Kalra caught up with Rohan Bopanna and Gabriela Dabrowski, who had to rely on a super tiebreaker to advance to the quarterfinals

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Australian Open: Day 9

Tennis

Venus believes she can win title.

Venus Williams has said she has the belief to become the Australian Open champion after her win over Mona Barthel to progress into the semi-finals.

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Formula 1

Bernie Ecclestone's most outrageous quotes.

As his reign at the top of the sport comes to an end, take a look back on some of the former F1 supremo's most outrageous quotes.

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PGA

Tiger Woods says he's 'sat out long enough'

Tiger Woods addresses questions about his health as he returns to the PGA tour, saying he's ready to play but will live with the impact of his injuries for the rest of his life.

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Soccer

Gullit: Mou frustrates football lovers.

Former Chelsea manager Ruud Gullit understands Jose Mourinho's approach but also sees how it can be frustrating to fans.

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Tennis

Nadal delighted with slam progress.

Rafael Nadal looked ahead to a quarterfinal clash against Milos Raonic at the Australian Open on Monday.

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Paes: Our partnership is going to be 18 till we die.

Gaurav Kalra interviews Leander Paes and Martina Hingis after they advance in the quaterfinals of mixed doubles of Australian Open.

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Soccer

Conte: Costa happy at Chelsea.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has said Diego Costa is happy at Chelsea, despite recent rumours regarding his future.

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Day of upsets at the Australian Open

Tennis

Top seeds go down at Australian Open.

ESPN's Patrick McEnroe and Chrissie Evert break down the losses of No. 1 seeds Angelique Kerber and Andy Murray at the Australian Open.

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Venus taking it one match at a time.

Venus Williams insisted that she wasn't looking further than the next match of the Australian Open.

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Australian Open, day seven

Australian Open: Day 7

Tennis

Murray: Zverev deserved victory.

Andy Murray couldn't hide his frustration and disappointment after crashing out to Mischa Zverev in four sets.

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Angelique Kerber upset in round of 16.

Top-seeded Angelique Kerber is upset by Coco Vandeweghe in straight sets in their fourth-round match at the Australian Open.

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Tennis

Highlights: Paes-Hingis advance.

Leander Paes and Martina Hingis beat Australian pair Destanee Aiava and Marc Polmans 6-4, 6-3 to advance to the Round of 16

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Tennis

Mirza: We lacked aggression.

Sania Mirza speaks about how she and Barbora Strýcová weren't at their best in their loss to Kato and Hozumi in the Australian Open Women's Doubles.

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Rooney breaks United scoring record

Soccer

Rooney: Goal record is a great honour.

Wayne Rooney reacts to his record-breaking 250th goal for Manchester United.

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