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Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios fought back from match point down to overhaul Roger Federer's conquerer Andreas Seppi in five sets and reach the Australian Open quarter-finals on Sunday. The 53rd-ranked Kyrgios defeated the 46th-ranked Italian 5-7, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7/5) 8-6 and will play either Andy Murray or Grigor Dimitrov in the final eight. Kyrgios fought off a match point at 5-6 in the fourth set and went on to force a tiebreaker before downing Seppi in a titanic fifth set in front of a charged home crowd on Hisense Arena. It will be the second quarter-final inside a year for the 19-year-old after he reached the last eight at Wimbledon, becoming the first male teen to reach multiple Grand Slam quarter-finals since Federer in 2001.
Athens (AFP) - 17:55 GMT - Greece's volatile history - The crowd is growing around the Syriza stage in central Athens. More than 2,000 people, according to police figures, have gathered around a tent in the party's colours and are spilling onto the adjoining boulevard as loudspeakers play Greek music, reports AFP's Marina Rafenberg.