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Australian Open 2018, Round 1: Yuki Bhambri vs Marcos Baghdatis, Live Match Updates

Baghdatis 7-6 6-4 6-3 Bhambri.
Updated: 15 January 2018 14:07 IST - Published: 15 January 2018 08:18 IST
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That's all from Bhambri's match. Do join us for the live blog on Nadal's match which is going on at the Rod Laver Arena.
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And the Cypriot wins the match and moves on to the second round. Bhambri gave a good fight but in the end, Baghdatis' vast experience helps him see out the India tennis star. The Indian challenge in the men's singles draw ends with  Bhambri's exit. 
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Baghdatis has two match points.
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If Baghdatis breaks Bhambri again, then he will win the match and move onto the next round.
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But the Cypriot fights back to hold his serve. 5-3. 
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Bhambri takes two points to go 30-15 up.
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Baghdatis breaks Bhambri's serve to take a 4-3 lead and just at the right time for him.
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Bhambri saves a break point to draw level 40-40.
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Bhambri is serving now but Baghdatis looks intent on breaking the Indian.
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And the Cypriot takes the game. 3-3!
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Baghdatis goes up 30-15 as he forces Bhambri to make two unforced errors.
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Bhambri preserves to take home the game. 3-2, now.
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Bhambri is still trying to make something out of this match but Baghdatis is just too good. 30-40.
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The Cypriot draws level as he holds his serve. 2-2.
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Baghdatis' serves have been on point today. 30-0.
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A brilliant forehand winner sees Bhambri take the game. 2-1.
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Bhambri's is still fighting on, keeping the match alive. 30-15.
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Baghdatis draws level with a strong serving game. 1-1.
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And Bhambri holds on to his serve to take the first game. 1-0.
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Terrific drop shot from Bhambri gives him the advantage.
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Baghdatis has really gotten into his groove now. The score reads 30-30.
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Bhambri will have to pull up some tricks if he wants to stay in the match. He will get the first game underway.
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The third set is about to start in a while. 
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And, Baghdatis takes the second set! 6-4.
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Baghdatis has surged to a 30-15 lead. Can Bhambri make a comeback from here?