Five dark horses you'd better watch
Juan Martin del Potro leads a pack of players trying to break through in Oz
There was a time in the dark, distant past when predicting the Australian Open was truly open to suggestion.
In the 1998 final, No. 6-seeded Petr Korda beat No. 9 Marcelo Rios for the only Grand Slam singles title of his career. A year later, No. 10 seed Yevgeny Kafelnikov and unseeded Thomas Enqvist met in a final that went to Kafelnikov, one of the two majors on his résumé.
One-hit wonder Thomas Johansson (2002), 32-year-old Andre Agassi (2003) and the mercurial Marat ...
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