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Summary

  1. Second seed Rafael Nadal beats Australia's Matthew Ebden in straight sets 6-3 6-2 6-2
  2. Second seed Angelique Kerber beats qualifier Beatriz Haddad Maia
  3. Hard to see Andy in daily pain, mum Judy Murray tells BBC Tennis
  4. Defending champion Roger Federer beats Dan Evans 7-6 7-6 6-3
  5. GB's Katie Boulter loses in straight sets to 11th seed Aryna Sabalenka

Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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  1. Up next - Nadal v Ebden

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Rafael Nadal

    Stick around - 5 live sports extra will have commentary of Rafael Nadal v Matthew Ebden, which is coming up very shortly.

    We're going to finish this live text here, but you can catch up with all the action from the Australian Open over here.

    We'll be back tomorow when Johanna Konta, Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic are all in action.

    Until then...

  2. Game, set and match - Kerber

    Kerber 6-2 6-3 Haddad Maia

    Clinical from Angie Kerber.

    Kerber hits six aces and drops just ten points on serve to reach the third round, where she'll face Australian wildcard Kimberly Birrell.

    Angelique Kerber
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    *Kerber 6-2 5-3 Haddad Maia

    Kerber coughs up a double fault for 30-15, but it's instantly followed with an ace.

    Two match points to Kerber...

  4. Kerber breaks

    *Kerber 6-2 5-3 Haddad Maia

    Cross-court goes Haddad Maia - and she misses!

    Angelique Kerber will serve for the match.

    Angelique Kerber
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    Kerber 6-2 4-3 Haddad Maia*

    Beatriz Haddad Maia unfurls a forehand winner to get her service game going, but Angelique Kerber responds with a ripper of her own down the line.

    Haddad Maia floats over a drop shot but Kerber is one of the quickest movers on the tour. She gets to the ball, flicks it past Haddad Maia, and earns herself a break point.

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    Kerber 6-2 4-3 Haddad Maia*

    Blink and you'll miss it from Angelique Kerber.

    She keeps her nose in front with another service hold.

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    *Kerber 6-2 3-3 Haddad Maia

    Haddad Maia changes direction and leaves Kerber rooted to the spot as a backhand winner goes flying into the corner of the court.

    Down the line goes Haddad Maia, and she races through a love hold.

    Beatriz Haddad Maia
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    Kerber 6-2 3-2 Haddad Maia*

    Angelique Kerber

    Ooft. A screamer down the line from Angelique Kerber takes her to 30-0. What a shot!

    A winner from Haddad Maia ensures she snaffles a rare point on the Kerber serve, and Kerber lets out a yell as she finally draws the error from her opponent's backhand.

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    *Kerber 6-2 2-2 Haddad Maia

    Much better from Haddad Maia!

    She counter punches, outhitting Kerber with a huge forehand, and holds with relative ease.

    Beatriz Haddad Maia
  10. Kerber saves break point & holds

    Kerber 6-2 2-1 Haddad Maia*

    A yell from Kerber as she outslices Haddad Maia, bringing up game point.

    Kerber drives down the line and Haddad Maia flaps her forehand into the net.

    Kerber holds.

    Angelique Kerber
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    *Kerber 6-2 1-1 Haddad Maia

    Haddad Maia can't make it count!

    A forehand error brings up deuce.

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    *Kerber 6-2 1-1 Haddad Maia

    Well then.

    A few errors from Angelique Kerber, her backhand letting her down, and Haddad Maia has a break point...

  13. Post update

    Judy Murray

    Tennis coach on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Nobody else can understand the pain or the experience you are going through with an injury like Andy's, so it has been good to talk to a fellow player and get Bob Bryan's point of view.

  14. 'This is Murray's last option'

    Bob Bryan: "Andy has been watching me like a hawk, asking me how I feel after matches and whether this procedure is an option but singles is a different monster.

    "Who knows if this joint will hold up? Will you have the explosiveness to be quick on the singles court? If you don't have that, you'll be exposed.

    "I am not 100% yet but it's only five months since the operation so I can't give you a guarantee but this is his last option. I think he'll have the surgery and think he can come back but there's no evidence and you never know.

    "He's such a good guy I am happy to support him."

  15. Post update

    Doubles legend Bob Bryan is now back playing after an operation on his hip five months ago, and has been talking with Andy Murray about the ins and outs of surgery and whether he might be able to play again.

    He's been interviewed by Radio 5 live sports extra.

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    *Kerber 6-2 1-1 Haddad Maia

    Better from Haddad Maia, forcing Kerber to move, and she holds to 30 as a Kerber backhand meets the net.

    Angelique Kerber
  17. Kerber holds to love

    Kerber 6-2 1-0 Haddad Maia*

    Angelique Kerber

    Angelique Kerber serves to start the second set, and she comes to the net to work a forehand beyond Beatriz Haddad Maia.

    An ace takes Kerber to 40-0 - and another closes out the game!

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    Kerber 6-2 Haddad Maia

    Just six unforced errors in that set from Angelique Kerber, compared to 29 from Beatriz Haddad Maia.

    Kerber should have closed it out earlier, though - she's two from 12 on break points.

  19. Game and first set - Kerber

    Kerber 6-2 Haddad Maia

    Beatriz Haddad Maia aims for the lines - and misses!

    Angelique Kerber takes the first set after 47 minutes.

    Angelique Kerber
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    Kerber 5-2 Haddad Maia*

    It's a real battle for Beatriz Haddad Maia on serve at the minute.

    She guides a backhand long to hand Angelique Kerber a 30-15 lead, and there's a wry smile on the Brazilian's face as the ball drifts over the baseline to hand Kerber set point.