A roundup of the more notable facts and figures from the first week of play at the 2007 Australian Open:
24 Times that fourth-seeded Ivan Ljubicic (right)—a first-round victim to Mardy Fish of the U.S.—has lost in the first or second round of the 30 Grand Slam events that he has entered.
6 Minutes that Jan Hajek of the Czech Republic lasted on the court in his first-round match against 24th seed Juan Carlos Ferrero before retiring because of a stomach illness.
$15,184 Payoff that Hajek received for those six minutes, standard for a first-round loser.
14 Difference in height, in inches, between Belgium's Olivier Rochus (5'5") and Australia's Chris Guccione (6'7"). Rochus won their first-round match 9--7 in the fifth set.
1 Games won by Spain's Alberto Martin after he was down 0--6, 0--6, 0--5 to Andy Murray, enabling Martin to avoid the first triple bagel in a Grand Slam event since 1993.