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Chinese players shine at Australian Open | Updated: 2013-01-17 12:16

China is set to take another step on the long march to becoming a tennis power as Chinese players made splashes at the ongoing year-opening Grand Slam tournament of Australian Open. 

Six-seeded Li Na eyes her first Melbourne title after claiming a strong start and reaching the last 32 of her favorite Grand Slam Australian Open... [More on Li Na]

World No 40 Zheng Jie plays her rare matches, as though they may be her last, in the Rod Laver Arena as she upsets world No 9 Samantha Stosur to advance to third round... [More on Zheng Jie]

World No 31 Peng Shuai was defeated by Russia's world No 15 Maria Kirilenko in straight two sets at the Australian Open women's singles second round... [ More on Peng Shuai]


21-year-old Wu Di, Chinese mainland's first male Grand Slam singles player, was stopped by Croatian Ivan Dodig on his first try at the Australian Open... [More on Wu Di]

Chinese aces shine at Melbourne Park


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