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Kevin Anderson Overcomes Habit of Poor Australian Open Starts, Boulter Wins First 10-Point Tiebreaker

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Monday, 14 January 2019 ()

Kevin Anderson Overcomes Habit of Poor Australian Open Starts, Boulter Wins First 10-Point TiebreakerKevin Anderson overcame his tradition of poor first-round Australian Open performances by beating Adrian Mannarino while Katie Boulter became the first player to win with the 10-point tiebreaker under the Australian Open's new system for deciding sets. 
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