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Osaka, Barty advance toward Australian Open showdown

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Nice biceps! Well done.

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i have lost all my interest about this "event"...

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Eastman - no need to post then.

Plenty of interest in this event.

Surface hasn't been scratched yet.

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i have lost all my interest about this "event"...

Thanks for telling us. Same time tomorrow?

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have lost all my interest about this "event"...

ditto for your comments

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Australias needs to treat the aborigines better and good on her!

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Australias needs to treat the aborigines better

and what do you suggest ?

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Interesting to see a sporting event hold what is essentially a private awareness holiday during their event. I’m cool with it, as long as the festivities don’t take too much away from the matches and keep a celebratory tone.

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and what do you suggest ?

An Australian Leader of their Original Country would be a Respectful start!!

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Does anyone care anymore? They turned it into a flagrant political farce. All we care about is the event being discontinued in that wickedly authoritarian state.

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For the first set, Naomi Osaka's rediscovered love of the game meant it was anything but fun for Madison Brengle in the second round of the Australian Open.

Well, I guess the better American player won.

Eastman:

i have lost all my interest about this "event"...

Bye, Felicia.

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An Australian Leader of their Original Country would be a Respectful start!!

well, if an aboriginal person was elected by voters to parliament, then elected by his party to be leader, I’m sure no one would argue with that

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