Australian Open 2014: 10 contenders to win in Melbourne, including Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal
The tournament in Melbourne begins on Monday - but who will be the last man standing?
Friday 10 January 2014
The Australian Open gets underway next week.
Novak Djokovic will be looking for his fourth title in a row - but that'll be easier said than done.
Roger Federer may be slipping from the echelons of the game - but there are a few new contenders in the mix.
Can Rafael Nadal continue his remarkable return from injury - and how will Andy Murray, the three-time finalist, cope following his recent back surgery?
Here, we take a look at 10 contenders to win the first grand slam of 2014.
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