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AO Gallery: From Hobart To Melbourne

Fresh off her first WTA title in Hobart, Elena Vesnina visited the Spring Street Fountain on her day off between matches. Elsewhere in Melbourne, players were battling through to the third round.

Published January 16, 2013 12:00

Angelique Kerber was one of the first Day 3 winners, diffusing the hard-hitting Lucie Hradecka.
Angelique Kerber was one of the first Day 3 winners, diffusing the hard-hitting Lucie Hradecka.
Irina-Camelia Begu held her ground but wound up falling to Agnieszka Radwanska in straight sets.
Irina-Camelia Begu held her ground but wound up falling to Agnieszka Radwanska in straight sets.
Madison Keys picked off No.30 seed Tamira Paszek to reach her first Grand Slam third round.
Madison Keys picked off No.30 seed Tamira Paszek to reach her first Grand Slam third round.
Julia Goerges outdid the crafty Romina Oprandi to move through to the third round as well.
Julia Goerges outdid the crafty Romina Oprandi to move through to the third round as well.
Fresh off making her Top 50 debut this week, Kirsten Flipkens powered past Klara Zakopalova.
Fresh off making her Top 50 debut this week, Kirsten Flipkens powered past Klara Zakopalova.
And Ekaterina Makarova, who reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal here last year, also won.
And Ekaterina Makarova, who reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal here last year, also won.
In the most dramatic match of the day, Zheng Jie battled back to beat Sam Stosur, 64 16 75.
In the most dramatic match of the day, Zheng Jie battled back to beat Sam Stosur, 64 16 75.
Elena Vesnina, fresh off her first WTA title in Hobart, went to visit the Spring Street Fountain.
Elena Vesnina, fresh off her first WTA title in Hobart, went to visit the Spring Street Fountain.
Elena Vesnina had been 0-6 in WTA finals before Hobart last week, where she defied that record.
Elena Vesnina had been 0-6 in WTA finals before Hobart last week, where she defied that record.
Elena Vesnina battled past Caroline Garcia to set up a second round clash with Varvara Lepchenko.
Elena Vesnina battled past Caroline Garcia to set up a second round clash with Varvara Lepchenko.
Heather Watson hugged her supporters after saving triple match point and winning her match.
Heather Watson hugged her supporters after saving triple match point and winning her match.
Amelie Mauresmo was in the stands for countrywoman Alize Cornet's match against Venus Williams.
Amelie Mauresmo was in the stands for countrywoman Alize Cornet's match against Venus Williams.
  • Angelique Kerber was one of the first Day 3 winners, diffusing the hard-hitting Lucie Hradecka.
  • Irina-Camelia Begu held her ground but wound up falling to Agnieszka Radwanska in straight sets.
  • Madison Keys picked off No.30 seed Tamira Paszek to reach her first Grand Slam third round.
  • Julia Goerges outdid the crafty Romina Oprandi to move through to the third round as well.
  • Fresh off making her Top 50 debut this week, Kirsten Flipkens powered past Klara Zakopalova.
  • And Ekaterina Makarova, who reached her first Grand Slam quarterfinal here last year, also won.
  • In the most dramatic match of the day, Zheng Jie battled back to beat Sam Stosur, 64 16 75.
  • Elena Vesnina, fresh off her first WTA title in Hobart, went to visit the Spring Street Fountain.
  • Elena Vesnina had been 0-6 in WTA finals before Hobart last week, where she defied that record.
  • Elena Vesnina battled past Caroline Garcia to set up a second round clash with Varvara Lepchenko.
  • Heather Watson hugged her supporters after saving triple match point and winning her match.
  • Amelie Mauresmo was in the stands for countrywoman Alize Cornet's match against Venus Williams.
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