Damir Dzumhur, world No 188, has reached the third round

Australian Open 2014: Bosnian rank outsider Damir Dzumhur captures Melbourne hearts

When the Grand Slam tournaments upped their prize-money for players knocked out in the early rounds, they were thinking of people like Damir Dzumhur. Listen to the 21-year-old Bosnian's story and you appreciate that there is much more to this sport than the jet-setting world of multimillionaires such as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Australian Open 2014: Ross Hutchins full of thanks for Andy Murray's help after winning on Grand Slam return from cancer

Londoner and Scotsman beat Australia's Marinko Matosevic and Poland's Michal Przysiezny

Stanislas Wawrinka, who has no connection to the betting investigation, walks out onto court at the Australian Open

Australian Open 2014: British man arrested in connection with alleged illegal betting syndicate suspected of 'courtsiding'

Police are seeking a 'series of individuals' after they confirm an investigation into the alleged betting scam, which involves placing bets with the advantage of beating the time delay of televised sporting events

Ross Hutchins (R) and Colin Fleming (L) progressed to the second round of the Australian Open on the former's return to Grand Slam action after his battle with cancer

Australian Open 2014: Ross Hutchins makes successful return to Grand Slam action 12 months on from the start of his cancer battle

Hutchins and his doubles partner Colin Fleming defeated Marinko Matosevic and Michael Przysiezny 4-6 6-4 6-0 to reach the second round

Vincent Millot is hoping to cause a major upset when he takes on Andy Murray in the second round of the Australian Open

Australia Open 2014: Andy Murray opponent Vincent Millot hoping back pain won't hinder his attempts at an upset

The pair both encounter back problems last year but Millot is hopeful that he can pull off a surprise win despite the large gap between the two in the ATP rankings

Serena Williams progressed to the third round of the Australian Open via a 6-1 6-2 victory over Vesna Dolonc

Australia Open 2014: Top seed Serena Williams wastes little time in reaching third round as she brushes aside Vesna Dolonc

Williams recorded a simple 6-1 6-2 victory to get off the baking court in just 63 minutes

Novak Djokovic celebrates his second round victory over Leonardo Mayer at the Australian Open

Australian Open 2014: Novak Djokovic eases into third round with a routine victory over Leonardo Mayer

Serbian needed just three sets to seal the win 6-0 6-4 6-4

Rory McIlroy takes part in a PR stunt ahead of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship

Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship: Rory McIlroy claims to be 'smarter' having learned from previous distractions

The Northern Irishman says Caroline Wozniacki 'is the right girl for me' following their recent engagement

Stéphane Robert

Australian Open 2014 - Comment: Competitors need compensation if injury means they miss start of a Grand Slam

A trend of players pulling out of first round matches is emerging

Vincent Millot

Australian Open 2014: Next up for Andy Murray is Vincent Millot - the 'Olivier Giroud' of tennis

Second round opponent fancies a football duel

A ballboy faints in the heat, as Melbourne heads towards 43 degrees celsius during day two of the 2014 Australian Open at Melbourne Park

Australian Open 2014: Andy Murray among those to criticise 'inhumane' organisers as temperatures top 42C

A player and a ball boy collapsed on the courts in Melbourne

Spain's Rafael Nadal (L) comforts Australia's Bernard Tomic after his retirement from their men's singles match on day two

Australian Open 2014: Bernard Tomic jeered by home crowd after retiring in match against Rafael Nadal

The Australian youngster was a set down at the time

Defending Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka came through in straight-sets against Johanna Larsson to move into the second round

Australian Open: Defending champion Victoria Azarenka joins Caroline Wozniacki in reaching the second round

Azarenka defeated Johanna Larsson 7-6 (7-2) 6-2 while Wozniacji breezed past Lourdes Dominguez Lino 6-0 6-2

Roger Federer eased into the second round of the Australian Open via a 6-4 6-4 6-2 victory over Australian wildcard James Duckworth

Australia Open: Roger Federer off to a winning start as searing heat begins to take its toll

Canadian Frank Dancevic collapsed due to the 40C heat while a ball boy also fainted during one of the matches

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