Sports Illustrated DIGITAL

January 21, 2013

SERENA DOWN UNDER

How does one pick against Serena Williams at the 2013 Australian Open? She's won the last two majors plus Olympic gold. She's lost only one match since the 2012 French Open, and, oh, yeah ... she has won in Melbourne fives times already. So she's a shoo-in, right? Go to SI.com for complete coverage from Oz, including Jon Wertheim's daily wrap-ups of all the action and tournament buzz from Courtney Nguyen's Beyond the Baseline blog.

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17-0-0

From the SI Vault: Jan. 22, 1973

With a superperfecta performance in Super Bowl VII, the Dolphins drubbed the Redskins 14--7 to remain undefeated and take pro football's biggest prize

BY TEX MAULE

SI COMMENTARY

Ben Golliver On ...

Dirk Nowitzki

One week after Nowitzki aired his frustration with the Mavericks' outlook, Mark Cuban told his franchise forward that he won't be traded. Finding an ideal trade partner would require a team with deep pockets, a roster that was both ready to win now and able to build its offense around him, and enough assets to make it worth the Mavericks' while. Read more of Golliver's Point Forward atSI.com/nba

SI PHOTOS

2013 NHL Milestones

30,000 Shots Faced

Already the career leader in wins (656) and games played (1,191), Martin Brodeur also leads all goalies in career shots-against (29,915) and should reach the 30,000 mark this season. For a look at other notable milestones, go to SI.com/photo

PHOTOCARLOS M. SAAVEDRA (WILLIAMS) PHOTOSI.COM (GOLLIVER) PHOTOPAUL BERESWILL/GETTY IMAGES (BRODEUR) PHOTONEIL LEIFER (DOLPHINS)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)