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Nadal, who in the past preferred to start his season in Doha, and the 2014 Australian Open champion, Stan Wawrinka, who was a regular in Chennai, will be playing in Brisbane for the first time.They will be joined by Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori."As athletes we really always make sure there's nothing in it that is prohibited."Sharapova, 28, a five-time Grand Slam champion and former No.1, claims she neglected to read the updated list of banned substances sent by anti-doping officials in December.Federer posted a photo of himself holding up a blue Indian jersey Get expert analysis, unrivaled access, and the award-winning storytelling only SI can provide - from Peter King, Tom Verducci, Lee Jenkins, Seth Davis, and more - delivered straight to you, along with up-to-the-minute news and live scores.NEW YORK -- Neither Serena Williams nor Caroline Wozniacki rushed to the defense of Maria Sharapova, who on Monday announced she failed a drug test at the Australian Open."I think any time we take any medication, we double- and triple- and quadruple-check, because sometimes even things like cough drops and nasal sprays can be on the [banned] list," Wozniacki said Tuesday at a news conference ahead of her Madison Square Garden match with Serena Williams.Scroll over the interactive image for the full order of play…
Elsewhere, Heather Watson takes on Annika Beck on the No2 Court, while Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga clashes with Inigo Cervantes first on Court 12.
“I was really, really tired, more tired than I’ve been at the end of any season that I’d finished before.” While Murray and Djokovic will be fighting over the world No 1 ranking, the two other members of the “Big Four” will be hoping to have revived their careers after taking breaks to recover their fitness.
Federer has not played since Wimbledon because of a knee problem, while Nadal brought his 2016 campaign to an early end in October after a succession of injury issues.
The Scot was back on court in Miami earlier this month preparing for the new season and flew this week to the Middle East, where he will head from Abu Dhabi to Doha for next week’s Qatar Open, which will be his only competitive appearance before the Australian Open starts in Melbourne in just 18 days’ time.
Djokovic will also begin his season in Doha, which is where he usually hones his game in readiness for the Australian Open, which he has won six times in the last nine years.
Day two of Wimbledon 2016 sees British No1 Andy Murray take on compatriot Liam Broady on Centre Court.