Day One at the Australian Open

Published 1022 GMT (1822 HKT) January 19, 2015
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Rafael Nadal made his return to grand slam action and crushed Russia's Mikhail Youzhny in straight sets. He was pumped up. Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
Nadal was happy with the way he served. The left-hander wasn't broken and faced only one break point. Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
Roger Federer hits a slice against Yen-Hsun Lu. Federer was tested in the third set but prevailed 6-4 6-2 7-5. Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
In the first big upset of the tournament, Ana Ivanovic, seen here, lost to a Czech qualifier. WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images
Having returned to the top five, Ivanovic was seen as an outside contender. But her struggles at majors continue. She has exited prior to the quarterfinals at grand slams in eight of her last nine tries. Ryan Pierse/Getty Images
Ivanovic's exit means third-seed Simona Halep might have an easier time of advancing to the semifinals. Halep progressed in straight sets Monday. WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images
Andy Murray, seen here, has a point to prove this year and the two-time grand slam champion hit 40 winners against India's Yuki Bhambri in a straight-set win. Hannah Peters/Getty Images
Murray's box included fiancee Kim Sears, bottom right, and mom Judy, top right. Patrick Scala/Getty Images
Canadian fans were out in full force rooting for Eugenie Bouchard. Bouchard and Milos Raonic are both top-10 players. Michael Dodge/Getty Images
Bouchard, here hitting a kick serve, dispatched Germany's Anna-Lena Friedsam 6-2 6-4. Hannah Peters/Getty Images