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Bouchard wins ugly and looks to the future

Bouchard wins ugly and looks to the future

By Melanie Burton MELBOURNE, Jan 18 (Reuters) It was not always pretty, but Eugenie Bouchard took another step on the path she hopes will take her back to the top of the game with a 7-6(5) 6-2 victory over Peng Shuai to reach the third round of the Australian Open today.
The Canadian crowd favourite had a minor wobble midway through the first set before securing a convincing victory over her Chinese opponent, clearing the way for a contest against Pauline Parmentier or Coco Vandeweghe.

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