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Cook leads by one entering final round at CareerBuilder

Austin Cook played a six-hole stretch in 6 under and shot an 8-under 64 in breezy conditions Saturday to take the lead at the CareerBuilder Challenge.

Florida rallies to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64

Florida's Chris Chiozza, right, is pressured by Kentucky's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (22) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. (AP Photo/James Crisp)

Florida rallies to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64

Florida's Keith Stone (25) pulls down a rebound next to Kentucky's Nick Richards (4) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. Florida won 66-64. (AP Photo/James Crisp)

Florida rallies to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64

Kentucky's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, right, has his shot blocked by Florida's Kevarrius Hayes, left, during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. Florida won 66-64. (AP Photo/James Crisp)

Florida rallies to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64

Kentucky's Wenyen Gabriel (32) shoots while pressured by Florida's Keith Stone (25) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. (AP Photo/James Crisp)

Florida rallies to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64

Kentucky's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (22) shoots while pressured by Florida's Kevarrius Hayes (13) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. (AP Photo/James Crisp)

Florida rallies to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64

Kentucky's Quade Green (0) shoots while defended by Florida's Jalen Hudson (3) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. Florida won 66-64. (AP Photo/James Crisp)

Florida rallies to upset No. 18 Kentucky 66-64

Florida's Kevarrius Hayes (13) pulls down a rebound near Kentucky's Nick Richards (4) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, in Lexington, Ky. (AP Photo/James Crisp)

Mickelson misses CareerBuilder cut for first time in 24 years

Phil Mickelson missed the cut Saturday at the CareerBuilder Challenge. It’s a rare occurrence in his Hall of Fame career. A very rare occurrence.

Fabio closes door on 5th import for KL

Fabio Joaquim Marciel da Silva accepts that Kuala Lumpur may just stay with 4 import players after recent rejections left him disappointed.

Chael Sonnen Grinds Out a Win; Rory MacDonald Takes the Belt (Bellator 192 Results)

Chael Sonnen Grinds Out a Win; Rory MacDonald Takes the Belt (Bellator 192 Results)

Best photos from UFC 220

Here are some of the best photos from UFC 220, which featured Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou and Daniel Cormer vs. Volkan Oezdemir in Boston.

Best photos from UFC 220

Here are some of the best photos from UFC 220, which featured Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou and Daniel Cormer vs. Volkan Oezdemir in Boston.

Maroon finishes McDavid's feed

Patrick Maroon and Connor McDavid play give-and-go as Maroon pots the one-timer for an early 1-0 lead against the Canucks

Maroon finishes McDavid's feed

Patrick Maroon and Connor McDavid play give-and-go as Maroon pots the one-timer for an early 1-0 lead against the Canucks

Maroon finishes McDavid's feed

Patrick Maroon and Connor McDavid play give-and-go as Maroon pots the one-timer for an early 1-0 lead against the Canucks

Maroon finishes McDavid's feed

Patrick Maroon and Connor McDavid play give-and-go as Maroon pots the one-timer for an early 1-0 lead against the Canucks

Maroon finishes McDavid's feed

Patrick Maroon and Connor McDavid play give-and-go as Maroon pots the one-timer for an early 1-0 lead against the Canucks

Maroon finishes McDavid's feed

Patrick Maroon and Connor McDavid play give-and-go as Maroon pots the one-timer for an early 1-0 lead against the Canucks

Talbot stops Boeser's breakaway

Brock Boeser steals the puck and charges toward the net on a breakaway, but Cam Talbot makes a strong save to preserve the lead in the 1st

Talbot stops Boeser's breakaway

Brock Boeser steals the puck and charges toward the net on a breakaway, but Cam Talbot makes a strong save to preserve the lead in the 1st

Talbot stops Boeser's breakaway

Brock Boeser steals the puck and charges toward the net on a breakaway, but Cam Talbot makes a strong save to preserve the lead in the 1st

Talbot stops Boeser's breakaway

Brock Boeser steals the puck and charges toward the net on a breakaway, but Cam Talbot makes a strong save to preserve the lead in the 1st

Talbot stops Boeser's breakaway

Brock Boeser steals the puck and charges toward the net on a breakaway, but Cam Talbot makes a strong save to preserve the lead in the 1st

Talbot stops Boeser's breakaway

Brock Boeser steals the puck and charges toward the net on a breakaway, but Cam Talbot makes a strong save to preserve the lead in the 1st

Khaira nets sweet backhander

Jesse Puljujarvi threads a great pass to Jujhar Khaira, who lifts a silky backhander over Jacob Markstrom to add to the lead late in the 1st

Khaira nets sweet backhander

Jesse Puljujarvi threads a great pass to Jujhar Khaira, who lifts a silky backhander over Jacob Markstrom to add to the lead late in the 1st

Khaira nets sweet backhander

Jesse Puljujarvi threads a great pass to Jujhar Khaira, who lifts a silky backhander over Jacob Markstrom to add to the lead late in the 1st

Khaira nets sweet backhander

Jesse Puljujarvi threads a great pass to Jujhar Khaira, who lifts a silky backhander over Jacob Markstrom to add to the lead late in the 1st

Khaira nets sweet backhander

Jesse Puljujarvi threads a great pass to Jujhar Khaira, who lifts a silky backhander over Jacob Markstrom to add to the lead late in the 1st

Khaira nets sweet backhander

Jesse Puljujarvi threads a great pass to Jujhar Khaira, who lifts a silky backhander over Jacob Markstrom to add to the lead late in the 1st

D. Sedin's tip-in PPG

Daniel Sedin tallies a power-play goal with a perfect redirection off Alexander Edler's shot from the point in the 2nd period

D. Sedin's tip-in PPG

Daniel Sedin tallies a power-play goal with a perfect redirection off Alexander Edler's shot from the point in the 2nd period

D. Sedin's tip-in PPG

Daniel Sedin tallies a power-play goal with a perfect redirection off Alexander Edler's shot from the point in the 2nd period

D. Sedin's tip-in PPG

Daniel Sedin tallies a power-play goal with a perfect redirection off Alexander Edler's shot from the point in the 2nd period

D. Sedin's tip-in PPG

Daniel Sedin tallies a power-play goal with a perfect redirection off Alexander Edler's shot from the point in the 2nd period

D. Sedin's tip-in PPG

Daniel Sedin tallies a power-play goal with a perfect redirection off Alexander Edler's shot from the point in the 2nd period

Australian Open 2018: Kyle Edmund vs Andreas Seppi - live updates

Australian Open 2018: Order of play for Sunday Kyle Edmund battles blistering Australian Open heat ​ 5:45AM Kyle* 2-3 Seppi (*denotes next server) The Italian meanwhile sees two lets before just about winning the first serve. But Edmund smashes back a return to level the game, that was a great forehand.  The next point is arguably the best rally of the match so far - and it's Seppi who takes it, allowing Edmund to make a mistake first. Edmund again levels the game but Seppi shrugs off a great forehand from Kyle to take the next point. 40-30. And a decent serve gives him the game - a much harder service game there though.  5:41AM Kyle 2-2 Seppi* (*denotes next server) Edmund starts off with a strong first serve that a stretching Seppi fails to return. Seppi pegs him back but an ace from Edmund restores his lead. Another good serve makes it 40-15 and ace wraps it up. The Brit's finding his range now.  5:38AM Kyle* 1-2 Seppi (*denotes next server) Seppi starts as he began his last service game but then Edmund gets his first point on the board when returning. But the Italian shrugs that off and charges to another game. Just one point lost on either's service game at this moment.  5:36AM Kyle 1-1 Seppi* Edmund shows his backhand is not bad either - finishing a rally with a sweet shot down the line. Boom - a strong forehand makes it 30-0, before a strong serve extends it to 40-0. Can we have another love game? Yes. The Italian can't return Kyle's serve.  5:33AM Kyle* 0-1 Seppi Seppi gets his first point with ease, with Edmund unable to return the opener.  He soon makes it 30-0 before a sweet backhand into the corner makes it 40-0. He wraps it up with his next serve. An easy opener there for the Italian.  5:31AM Kyle 0-0 Seppi* (*denotes next server) Seppi won the toss and has chosen to serve first. And we're ready to go... 5:25AM The players are announced And it's warm up time. The rankings say Edmund (49) will beat Seppi (76). But the Italian has a lot of experience to draw on and will likely prove a tough challenge for the 23-year-old.  Five minutes to go.  5:20AM And here they come... Edmund and Seppi are making their way to the court now.  Kyle Edmund and Andreas Seppi on their way to the Hisense Arena in separate golf carts. Match will start in next 10 minutes. #AusOpen— Stuart Fraser (@stu_fraser) January 21, 2018 5:12AM Players due on court soon The players are reportedly due to arrive on court in the next couple of minutes - at 5.15am.  5:08AM Will Edmund sizzle? Well, hopefully in terms of his tennis. Weather wise, it's a sunny 27 degrees at the moment in Melbourne - much cooler than the scorcher he endured in the previous round. 5:01AM Edmund's record Kyle Edmund career stats 4:58AM Preview Kyle Edmund will attempt to break new ground by reaching his first grand slam quarter-final at the Australian Open on Sunday. You have to go back to Tim Henman's run to the US Open semi-finals in 2004 to find a British man other than Andy Murray who has reached the last eight at a slam. On paper, Edmund certainly has a great chance against Italian veteran Andreas Seppi, who is ranked 76 to Edmund's 49. But Seppi has been as high as 18 and caused one of the great tennis upsets by beating Roger Federer in the third round in 2015. Edmund, who won their only previous clash indoors in Antwerp in 2016, said: "It's a tough match. The reason I'm playing in the fourth round is because the guy I'm playing has also won three other matches. He's also going to be feeling good and feeling good about his game, like myself. "At the end of the day, it's 0-0. It's a fresh match. It doesn't really matter about head-to-heads or what their number is in the bracket next to their name. As you have probably seen in this tournament, there are a lot of seeds that have gone out. "It has to be a new challenge for me and get all that out of my head. I have to be ready for battle, really. That's the way I look at it." Edmund was not on the practice schedule at Melbourne Park on Saturday, with rest the priority after his hugely impressive five-set win over Nikoloz Basilashvili in 40C heat on Saturday. No doubt to the relief of both players, it will not be anywhere near as hot on Sunday, but the mental and physical resilience Edmund showed demonstrated how much he has developed. The young Briton's progress has been noted by Eurosport analyst John McEnroe, who said: "I've watched Edmund play quite a bit here in Melbourne and over the past couple of years. "Having seen him in the past struggle physically in these big, long matches, it looks like he's made a huge step forward. He's looking better than I've ever seen him. "Bouncing back from 2-1 down in two matches is extremely impressive. I was watching Kyle play (Denis) Shapovalov in Brisbane and I thought he looked like he was moving better than he ever had before. He's a big guy, he obviously works hard and it looks like he's got himself physically and mentally where he needs to be." The Australian Open has been Seppi's most successful grand slam and this is his fourth appearance in the fourth round, but he has never been further. The 33-year-old had his own marathon in the third round, beating Ivo Karlovic in five sets, and he is wary of the talents of Edmund. "He's a very tough opponent," said Seppi. "He can play some very fast tennis, especially with the forehand. Of course, he is very dangerous. But I think it's another good match for me. Hopefully I can play some more good tennis in the next round." Seppi remembers his last encounter with Edmund, when the British number two triumphed 6-3 6-4 in the quarter-finals to make his first ATP Tour semi-final. He reached three more last season but is yet to make a final. "Maybe I can take the revenge on Sunday. He's one of the best up and coming players. He has a very powerful game. I think for sure he can do well in the next years." 4:44AM Welcome! Kyle Edmund's contest with Andreas Seppi is coming up next on the Hisense Arena in about 15 minutes.  In the meantime, you can check out our Tennis Podcast, in which Catherine Whitaker and David Law and discuss Kyle Edmund and Nick Kyrgios.

Markstrom denies Kassian's break

Zack Kassian races toward the net on a shorthanded breakaway, and Jacob Markstrom makes a nice glove save on the wrister