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MELBOURNE: Five talking points ahead of the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the tennis season which starts Monday: Novak's great, but is he golden? Novak Djokovic reached 15 finals in 2015 and became just the third man in the Open era – after Rod Laver and Roger Federer – to play in the last round of all four Grand Slams in a single year. Djokovic has started the year on form, thrashing archrival Rafael Nadal in straight sets to take his first title of the year at the Qatar Open.Williams turned pro before her closest two rivals in the rankings – Halep and Garbine Maguruza – were even four years old, and it could be that time is finally catching up with the American great.Now ranked 306th in the world and having not made a Grand Slam final since 2005, he looks unlikely to go deep in his last ever tournament.
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