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Draws out for Australian Open 2015

2015 Australian open draws out today. We have Novak, Delpo, Wawrinka, Raonic and Nishikori in the first half. And Federer, Nadal, Murray, Berdych and Dimitrov stayed in the second half.

Top seed Novak Djokovic will begin his campaign against a qualifier. Australian Open is very special to him and he is more successful here than other Grand slam events.

Wawrinka, the defending champion of Aus Open will face Ilhan in the first round. He is looking confident this season.Nishikori, the emerging player last year would like to continue the same this year too.

He would have been a better player than he is now if the injuries are away from him. His forehand is fearsome. He can easily tip the game away from top players. He is Juan Martine Del Potro. The Argentine is ready to begin the slam against Jerzy Janowicz . Perhaps this is the best first round match.

The other big match in the first round is between third seed Rafael Nadal takes on Michael Youzhny. Rafa, didn't play much tennis in the last couple of months. But we all knew how he make a comeback just like in 2013. Rafa has the chances to meet his old rival Lukas Rosol in the third round.

Roger Federer had a good last year compared to 2013. But things can go anyway as tennis becoming more physical game, Federer should close the games as quickly as possible. Roger will begin the quest against Y.Lu.

The sixth seed Andy Murray starting the season in this open only. And few interesting matches are between Dimitrov and Brown, Andrew Seppi and Denis Istomin.

Potential quarter finals will be, Novak vs. Raonic, Wawrinka vs. Nishikori, Rafa vs. Berdych and Roger vs. Murray. Local guys Lleyton Hewitt and Bernard Tomic will face Zhang and T Kamke respectively.

What do you think of draw? who got the easy draw, let us know your views in comments. And subscribe to get AO updates.

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