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What You're Missing at the 2013 Australian Open

What You're Missing at the 2013 Australian Open

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If tennis is your thing, you're probably well aware of the goings-on at the Australian Open tennis tournament. If not, you don't know what you're missing.

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It's only been a few days since the year’s first Grand Slam event officially kicked off, but there's already been a lot of cheering, dancing, and cuddling with some of Australia's favorite animals. Oh, and tennis. Lots of tennis.

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Here's a look at some of the more interesting moments of the Australian Open so far.

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Baby Crocodile

Australia's Samantha Stosur holds a baby crocodile in the players lounge following her practice session at Melbourne Park.

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Happy Fan

An Australia supporter celebrates a point during the first round match between Madison Keys of the United States and Australia's Casey Dellacqua.

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Gangnam Style

Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams of the U.S. perform the "Gangnam Style" dance during the Kids Tennis Day event before the Australian Open.

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Wallaby

Venus Williams of the U.S. holds a baby wallaby named "Lulu" in the players lounge following her practice session at Melbourne Park.

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Murray Fans

Supporters of Britain's Andy Murray cheer him on during his first round match against Robin Haase of the Netherlands.

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Maria Sharapova

Russia's Maria Sharapova is seen in action during a first round match against Russia's Olga Puchkova on the first day of the 2013 Australian Open.

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Enthusiastic Fan

A spectator wears a hat with the colors of the Australian flag as she watches the first round matches at the Australian Open tennis championship.

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Koala

Japan's Kei Nishikori is pictured with a koala prior to his practice session at Melbourne Park.

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Kim Sears

Andy Murray's girlfriend watches him win a match on the second day of the Australian Open.

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Victoria Azarenka

Defending champion Victoria Azarenka of Belarus rests during a training session.

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Shirtless Spectators

Spectators apply sunscreen as they watch the first round matches at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne.

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SpongeBob

Switzerland's Roger Federer jokes with SpongeBob SquarePants during the Kids Tennis Day event at Melbourne Park.

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Throwing Shade

Britain's Andy Murray is shielded from the sun during a break in his first round match against Robin Haase of the Netherlands.

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