Australian Open 2011: Nadal, Murray, Soderling Set to Take On Third Round Foes
The Australian Open 2011 continues today, and three of the top five players in the world, top-ranked Rafael Nadal, fourth-ranked Robin Soderling and fifth-ranked Andy Murray will take the court in third-round matchups sure to deliver some fantastic tennis.
Nadal, who is on a quest to take home his fourth-straight Slam title, will face Australian teenager Bernard Tomic in his third round match. Tomic has been playing well, but can he slow a scalding Rafa?
Soderling, currently ranked fourth, will face Jan Hernych in the Czech Republic. Soderling has been enjoying one of the most consistent runs of good tennis in recent memory, and there's nothing to suggest that that streak will slow against a player of Hernych's caliber.
Finally, Murray, who is seeking his first-ever Grand Slam title, takes on 23rd-ranked Guillermo Garcia-Lopez of Spain in the toughest third-round match any of the three face. Garcia-Lopez has been playing well of late, but given Murray's stellar play this season, can the Spaniard hold his own against the precocious Scot?
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