Roger Federer has pushed through a tough start and a brief rain worry to move into the third round of the Australian Open.
The Swiss great, chasing his seventh title at Melbourne Park, downed British party boy Daniel Evans in 5 sets in round two yesterday.
Federer has now won 96 singles matches at the Australian Open, the most of any grand slam ahead of 95 victories at Wimbledon.
He will meet either Frenchman Gael Monfils or America's Taylor Fritz for a place in the fourth round.
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