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AO Gallery: Aga Meets The Fans

Agnieszka Radwanska visited the Social Shack, Simona Halep mapped out her Road To Singapore and the third round of the Australian Open kicked off - check out all the best pics from Day 5 right here!

Published January 17, 2014 12:10

Angelique Kerber was one of the early winners as the third round of the Australian Open kicked off.
Angelique Kerber was one of the early winners as the third round of the Australian Open kicked off.
The No.9-seeded German defeated American on the rise Alison Riske in straight sets, 63 64.
The No.9-seeded German defeated American on the rise Alison Riske in straight sets, 63 64.
No.28-seeded Flavia Pennetta also won early in the day, closing out Mona Barthel in straights, 61 75.
No.28-seeded Flavia Pennetta also won early in the day, closing out Mona Barthel in straights, 61 75.
No.31-seeded Daniela Hantuchova wasn't as lucky, falling to No.1 seed Serena Williams, 63 63.
No.31-seeded Daniela Hantuchova wasn't as lucky, falling to No.1 seed Serena Williams, 63 63.
Eugenie Bouchard, the No.30 seed, made her first Grand Slam second week - then made this fan's day.
Eugenie Bouchard, the No.30 seed, made her first Grand Slam second week - then made this fan's day.
Meanwhile, Agnieszka Radwanska, who had a day off on Friday, visited the Aussie Open's Social Shack.
Meanwhile, Agnieszka Radwanska, who had a day off on Friday, visited the Aussie Open's Social Shack.
Radwanska will face off with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on Saturday for a spot in the fourth round.
Radwanska will face off with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on Saturday for a spot in the fourth round.
Simona Halep also had the day off on Friday, and took some time out to visit the on-site WTA booth.
Simona Halep also had the day off on Friday, and took some time out to visit the on-site WTA booth.
Halep - the World No.11 and a contender for the WTA Championships - mapped out her Road To Singapore.
Halep - the World No.11 and a contender for the WTA Championships - mapped out her Road To Singapore.
Casey Dellacqua beat Zheng Jie to reach her first Grand Slam second week since right here in 2008.
Casey Dellacqua beat Zheng Jie to reach her first Grand Slam second week since right here in 2008.
But while Australia's No.2 moved through, Australia's No.1 is done - Sam Stosur fell to Ana Ivanovic.
But while Australia's No.2 moved through, Australia's No.1 is done - Sam Stosur fell to Ana Ivanovic.
The No.14-seeded Ivanovic rallied to beat the No.17-seeded Stosur in three. Williams awaits...
The No.14-seeded Ivanovic rallied to beat the No.17-seeded Stosur in three. Williams awaits...
  • Angelique Kerber was one of the early winners as the third round of the Australian Open kicked off.
  • The No.9-seeded German defeated American on the rise Alison Riske in straight sets, 63 64.
  • No.28-seeded Flavia Pennetta also won early in the day, closing out Mona Barthel in straights, 61 75.
  • No.31-seeded Daniela Hantuchova wasn't as lucky, falling to No.1 seed Serena Williams, 63 63.
  • Eugenie Bouchard, the No.30 seed, made her first Grand Slam second week - then made this fan's day.
  • Meanwhile, Agnieszka Radwanska, who had a day off on Friday, visited the Aussie Open's Social Shack.
  • Radwanska will face off with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on Saturday for a spot in the fourth round.
  • Simona Halep also had the day off on Friday, and took some time out to visit the on-site WTA booth.
  • Halep - the World No.11 and a contender for the WTA Championships - mapped out her Road To Singapore.
  • Casey Dellacqua beat Zheng Jie to reach her first Grand Slam second week since right here in 2008.
  • But while Australia's No.2 moved through, Australia's No.1 is done - Sam Stosur fell to Ana Ivanovic.
  • The No.14-seeded Ivanovic rallied to beat the No.17-seeded Stosur in three. Williams awaits...
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