At the Australian Open today
Roger Federer was asked by Jim Courier, who is working for an Australian TV station, who his main competition is at the Australian Open. Ever diplomatic, Federer listed the top three seeds -- and four-time champion Andre Agassi. When pressed, though, Federer admitted that it's Hewitt. Yep, he skipped right past No. 2 Andy Roddick and picked No. 3 Lleyton Hewitt. (Marat Safin is the fourth seed for those of you counting at home.)
It's not surprising since Hewitt came ...
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