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MELBOURNE, Australia -- A rusty Novak Djokovic began his bid for a fo

MELBOURNE, Australia -- A rusty Novak Djokovic began his bid for a fourth consecutive Australian Open title on Monday with a win over Lukas Lacko while Serena Williams looked as polished as ever beating Australian teenager Ashleigh Barty. Air Jordan 19 For Sale . With his new coach and six-time Grand Slam singles champion Boris Becker watching him during an official match for the first time, Djokovic appeared tentative early against the Slovakian player, who often appeared content to keep the ball in play. But as the second-seeded Djokovics patience level began to drop, his skill level stepped up. He stayed on course for a fifth Australian title with a 6-5, 7-6 (2), 6-1 win, hoping to be the first man to achieve that feat since the Open Era began in 1968. Top-ranked Williams won her 23rd consecutive match -- including 18 at the end of last season and four last week in winning the Brisbane International -- after beating Barty 6-2, 6-1 in 57 minutes. "You have to be ready," Williams said. "She had nothing to lose." Williams continues to be in rarified territory. Her Brisbane title was the 58th of her career -- she won 11 last year, including the French Open and U.S. Open. A five-time winner of the Australian Open, shes trying to end Victoria Azarenkas two-year run as womens champion at Melbourne Park. Williams won 10 of 11 points at the net during the Barty match, but tried to dowse expectations that shell vacate her usual place at the baseline. "In my mind Ive been at the net (previously), but now Im physically going there a little more," Williams said. "No pressure. My next match I might stay at the baseline the whole time. Its nothing Im permanently working on. Im just trying to have fun and do what I want to do out there." Djokovic also had a strong finish to 2013, entering the tournament on a 24-match winning streak, which followed his loss to Rafael Nadal in last years U.S. Open final. Hes now also on a 22-match winning streak at Melbourne Park. "It is the first competitive match Ive had this season, I havent played for five or six weeks," Djokovic said. "I was a bit rusty on the court the first two sets. Afterwards it was all working well." Serenas sister, Venus Williams, started well earlier Monday but unforced errors in two key periods in her match sent the seven-time major winner out of the tournament. The elder Williams missed a break-point chance in the sixth game and then, after getting to 40-30 on serve in the ninth, inexplicably fired three consecutive double-faults to surrender a break and just about the set to No. 22-seeded Ekaterina Makarova. She took a 3-0 lead in the third before her unforced error toll climbed to 56 and Makarova won six of the next seven games for a 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 win. The 33-year-old Venus Williams, the second-oldest player in the tournament, has struggled with injuries and illness in recent seasons but reached the final of the WTA event at Auckland to start 2014 and came to Melbourne saying she was feeling better than she had in years. "The last 12 months I have had issues," she said. "But this year I definitely am looking forward to having a good run and feeling well." Three-highly-ranked players were beaten in the first round, including 2011 Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova and two Italians, No. 7 Sara Errani and No. 12 Roberta Vinci. Sixth-seeded Kvitova lost 6-2, 1-6, 6-4 to No. 88-ranked Luksika Kumkhum of Thailand, who was playing in just her second Grand Slam tournament. Womens winners included two-time Australian Open finalist Li Na, Wimbledon semifinalist Kirsten Flipkens, No. 9 Angelique Kerber, 2011 U.S. Open champion Sam Stosur, No. 14 Ana Ivanovic, No. 26 Lucie Safarova, No. 28 Flavia Pennetta, No. 30 Eugenie Bouchard and No. 31 Daniela Hantuchova. Eighth-seeded Stanislas Wawrinka, who won the recent Chennai Open, was the first man into the next round, advancing after just 15 games when Andrey Golubev retired with an injured left leg. Other winners were third-ranked David Ferrer, No. 7 Tomas Berdych, No. 9 Richard Gasquet, No. 14 Mikhail Youzhny, No. 17 Tommy Robredo, No. 19 Kevin Anderson, No. 23 Ernests Gulbis, No. 29 Jeremy Chardy, No. 32 Ivan Dodig and American Sam Querrey. On Tuesday, in the tougher top half the mens draw, top-seeded Rafael Nadal, Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and Roger Federer are all in action. Cheap Jordan From China .com) - A pair of programs shooting for their 10th win of the season get together at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, as the NC State Wolfpack tangle with 22nd-ranked West Virginia during the challenge round of the Gotham Classic. Cheap Retro Jordan . Louis Cardinals won the World Series last season, but after losing first baseman Albert Pujols to free agency and manager Tony LaRussa to retirement, they opened the 2012 season in 12th spot in the TSN. https://www.wholesalejordanshoeschina.com/ .com) - Longtime Senators star Daniel Alfredsson returned to Ottawa on Thursday to officially announce his retirement.PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Leon Draisaitl had two goals and two assists as the Prince Albert Raiders crushed the visiting Moose Jaw Warriors 9-2 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action. Josh Morrissey also had a pair of goals for the Raiders (31-30-5) while Mackenze Stewart, Calder Brooks, Reid Gardiner, Chance Braid and Carson Perreaux had the others. Brayden Point scored both goals for the Warriors (17-40-9), who are on a two-game slide. Prince Alberts Nick McBride made 19 saves for the win as Justin Paulic allowed all nine goals on 36 shots for Moose Jaw. --- HITMEN 5 WHEAT KINGS 1 BRANDON — Chris Driedger stopped 23 shots as Calgary downed the Wheat Kings for its 12th win in its last 13 outings. Ben Thomas and Brady Brassart each had a goal and an assist for the Hitmen (44-15-7) while Pavel Padakin, Greg Chase and Connor Rankin added a goal apiece. Rihards Bukarts scored the lone goal for Brandon (31-27-9), which has dropped back-to-back games. Jordan Papirny turned aside 35-of-40 shots in a losing cause. --- BRONCOS 4 OIL KINGS 3 SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. — The Broncos scored four times in the third period to come from behind and defeat Edmonton. Colby Cave, Jay Merkley, Andrew Johnson and Nathan Burns scorred for Swift Current (34-24-9), which improved to 6-0-1 in its last seven games. Fake Jordan. Henrik Samuelsson scored both goals for the Oil Kings (45-17-3), who led 2-0 early in the third. Eetu Laurikainen made 26 saves for the Broncos while Edmontons Tristan Jarry stopped 31-of-35 shots in defeat. --- REBELS 4 ICE 0 CRANBROOK, B.C. — Patrik Bartosak stopped all 30 shots his way as Red Deer blanked Kootenay. Ryhse Dieno, Brooks Maxwell, Wyatt Johnson and Aspen Sterzer supplied the goals for the Rebels (31-30-5). Mackenzie Skapski kicked out 29-of-32 shots for the Ice (37-25-4), who are on a two-game skid. Red Deer went 1 for 1 on the power play while Kootenay failed to score on two chances with the man advantage. --- SILVERTIPS 5 ROCKETS 1 EVERETT, Wash. — Joshua Winquist had two goals and an assist as the Silvertips halted Kelownas four-game win streak. Jujhar Khaira scored once and set up two more for Everett (34-24-9) and Ben Betker and Carson Stadnyk each scored once. Austin Lots made 23 saves for the Silvertips. Justin Kirkland scored for the Rockets (52-10-4) while Jackson Whistle allowed five goals on 27 shots through two periods of play. Jordon Cooke made 11 saves in relief. --- ' ' '

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