Australian Open 2012: Why the Round of 16 Matchups Are Can't Miss Tennis

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Australian Open 2012: Why the Round of 16 Matchups Are Can't Miss Tennis
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After nearly a week of shocking upsets, thrilling matches, devastating defeats, well-timed breakouts, career resurgences and the top four in action, the 2012 Australian Open closes the book on three rounds of great tennis.

Although week one action was exciting, the beginning of week two, specifically the "Sweet Sixteen", looks to feature some really captivating matches that are sure to be can't miss.

Starting with tonight's match between Rafael Nadal and fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez, to what looks to be one of the most exciting matches in the entire Open putting Australian phenom Bernard Tomic against the winningest player in the history of the sport in Roger Federer, the Round of 16 is sure to have its thrills.

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