The round of 32 is now in full swing, with a number of upsets and close calls making for an exciting tournament so far.
Fifth seed and world number 42 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia lost a close match with 63rd ranked Vera Lapko of Belarus in three sets.
Second seed Mihaela Buzarnescu of Romania started strong against Swiss Belinda Bencic, however Bencic battled back to win sets two and three in an upset.
Ukrainian hotshot Dayana Yastremska wasted no time in her title run- the 18-year-old dispatched German Laura Siegemund in two quick sets. A close match was not to be had between former British number one Heather Watson and Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu, with Begu pulling away early to take the match in two sets.
Chinese third seed Zhang Shuai was bested in an upset by world number 96 Anna Blinkova.
The Russian out-duelled Shuai in a back-and-forth match, winning the first and third sets outright.
Australians have not had much luck in the singles so far, with both Ellen Perez and Allison Bai losing to their respective opponents.
Australian Zoe Hives will look to keep her titles hopes alive against Sweden’s Johanna Larsson.
The doubles matches saw another loss for Australia, after Hives and Perez were outlasted by the US/Slovakian duo of Desirae Krawczyk and Darija Jurak.
Spaniards Sara Sorribes Tormo and Lara Arruabarrena lost a fierce bout against the German/Swedish pairing of Kirsten Flipkens and Larsson, falling in two close sets.
In men’s tennis Tasmanian Harry Bourchier outplayed number one seed and world no. 73 Roberto Carbelles Baena to progress to the third round of the Canberra Challenger.
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