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Aus Open: Sunday's order of play
Home favourite Bernard Tomic faces third seed Roger Federer on day seven of the Australian Open.
Last Modified: 21 Jan 2012 16:03
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Order of play for the last 16 singles matches on Sunday 22 January at the Australian Open in Melbourne. A full schedule of play can be found here.

Rod Laver Arena 11:00 am (0000 GMT)

  • Victoria Azarenka (BLR No 3) v  Iveta Benesova (CZE) 

Followed by

  • Feliciano Lopez (ESP No 18 ) v  Rafael Nadal (ESP No 2)
  • Kim Clijsters (BEL No 11) v  Na Li (CHN No 5)

7:00 pm

  • Bernard Tomic (AUS) v  Roger Federer (SUI No 3) 

Followed by

  • Caroline Wozniacki (DEN No 1) v  Jelena Jankovic (SRB No 13)  

Hisense Arena - not before 12.30 pm 

  • Julia Goerges (GER No 22) v  Agnieszka Radwanska (POL No 8)

Followed by

  • Tomas Berdych (CZE No 7) v  Nicolas Almagro (ESP No 10) 

Margaret Court Arena - not before 4:00 pm

  • Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER) v  Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG No 11) 
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AFP
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