AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2013
Australian Open Diary: Federer Stands Out In Stats Wrap
by ATP Staff|
ATPWorldTour.com takes a look at the news and talking points at the Australian Open on the first Sunday.
Second seed Roger Federer is the only remaining player yet to be broken, but his waiting opponent, thirteenth seed Milos Raonic, sits atop the ace leaderboard with 71. Of other players still active in the draw, tenth seed Nicolas Almagro has fired 68 aces while Jeremy Chardy has served up 20 less.
"I'm really happy with the last two tournaments, especially this week. It's a little step further along. I've gained a little bit of experience and hopefully I'll be able to take one step further in the upcoming slams," Anderson said.
He added that he might need to miss the next four to six weeks on the ATP World Tour to have minor surgery to remove loose bone fragments from his elbow. "I'll set my sights on Indian Wells and Miami, and hopefully I'll be healthy and ready to defend Delray Beach," Anderson said.
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