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Katarina Srebotnik and Daniel Nestor have won the Australian Open mixed doubles title, beating Paul Hanley and Chan Yung-jan.
The Canadian-Slovenian partnership teamed up to dash home hopes of at least one local champion on Sunday.
Srebotnik and Nestor edged Australia's Paul Hanley and Chan Yung-jan of Taiwan 6-3 3-6 (10-7) after a super tie breaker on Rod Laver Arena.
Srebotnik had won four previous grand slam mixed doubles titles - the last two with Nenad Zimonjic - but it was her first at Melbourne Park and a first with Nestor.
"She's already dumped me for the next grand slam to go back to her regular partner so this was my one chance and I'm glad I took it," joked Nestor, who won the title here in 2007 with Elena Likhovtseva.
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This is a massive week for Rafa Nadal in Barcelona - he simply has to win.
Mark Petchey marvelled at David Ferrer's Monte Carlo Masters victory over countryman Rafael Nadal but dismissed the idea that the result would have any impact on the forthcoming French Open.