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REPORTS TO: GENERAL MANAGER, OPERATIONS
The Courier Manager will be responsible for managing the Courier Portfolio. The core duty of
managing this portfolio is to direct and lead the day-to-day management and development of the
Courier Department to achieve the performance, customer service and growth goals of TTPost.
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> At least five (5) years experience with a proven track record in a recognized
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MELBOURNE---Roger Federer is out of the
Australian Open, his chances of reaching
a 12th consecutive semifinal at Melbourne
Park erased in a shocking third-round loss
to Andreas Seppi yesterday.
Rafael Nadal is still in contention, rebound-
ing from his five-set, second-round win to
beat No 106-ranked Dudi Sella 6-1, 6-0, 7-
5 in a third-round match lasting a little over
two hours to reach the fourth round.
No 2-ranked Federer came into the season s
first major in form, winning the warm-up
tournament at the Brisbane International
and aiming for an 18th Grand Slam title.
Nadal was coming off a lengthy stint on the
sidelines, and hadn t given himself much
chance of collecting a 15th major.
Federer had never lost to No 46-ranked
Seppi in ten previous meetings, but made
some uncharacteristic errors including nine
double-faults---one to surrender a mini break
in the last tiebreaker---in the 6-4, 7-6 (5),
4-6, 7-6 (5) defeat.
Seppi, a 30-year-old Italian who had only
advanced beyond the second round once at
his nine previous trips to the Australian Open,
held his nerve despite some withering winners
from Federer, who registered his 1,000th
career match win earlier this month in Bris-
Federer also had a 4-1 lead in the second-
set tiebreaker and let it slide.
"I knew how important that second-set
tiebreaker was---clearly that hurt, losing that
one," Federer said. "It just broke me to lose
that second set. And actually the fourth, I
should win it, too. Just a brutal couple of
sets to lose there. The end wasn t pretty."
Federer has won the Australian title four
times, and had reached the semifinals or
better at Melbourne Park every year since
winning the championship for the first time
Federer out of Aussie Open in 3rd round
Roger Federer of Switzerland reacts to a lost point to
Andreas Seppi of Italy during their third round match
at the Australian Open tennis championship in
Melbourne, Australia, yesterday. Federer lost 6-4, 7-6
(5), 4-6, 7-6 (5). AP PHOTO
in 2004. This was his earliest exit since 2001, when
he also lost in the third round.
"I had to believe that I could win," said Seppi, who
said he stuck out his racket and hoped for the best
on match point---a forehand that sailed past Federer
and landed in the corner. "I was just trying to stay
relaxed and just focusing on every shot and to breathe
calm and don t get nervous.
"I think I did pretty well. Very well. I m very happy
I could manage the emotions."
The 33-year-old Federer walked over to Seppi s side
of the net to shake his hand after the match, and
applauded the crowd before he left the arena with his
head lowered. It was only the second time in his last
43 Grand Slam tournaments that the Swiss star failed
to at least reach the fourth round.
Seppi will almost certainly get another match on
Rod Laver Arena for his fourth-round meeting with
Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios, who shrugged off
concern over a nosebleed to beat Malek Jaziri of Tunisia
6-3, 7-6 (6), 6-1. Kyrgios has form in the fourth round,
beating then No 1-ranked Nadal at that stage at Wim-
bledon last year.
Nadal faces a fourth-rounder against No 14 Kevin
Anderson, who beat No 24 Richard Gasquet 6-4, 7-
6 (3), 7-6 (6).
Three-time Australian Open finalist Andy Murray
beat Joao Sousa 6-1, 6-1, 7-5 to set up a fourth-round
clash with No. 10 Grigor Dimitrov, who had a tough
third-rounder against 2006 Australian Open finalist
Marcos Baghdatis before winning 4-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-
Seventh-seeded Tomas Berdych needed eight match
points before beating Viktor Troicki 6-4, 6-3, 6-4
and will next play Bernard Tomic, who beat fellow
Australian Sam Groth 6-4, 7-6 (8), 6-3.
On the women s side, No. 2-ranked Maria Sharapova
needed just 61 minutes for her 6-1, 6-1 win over No.
31 Zarina Diyas and will next meet No 21 Peng Shuai.
Eugenie Bouchard struggled through a scrappy open-
ing set before getting on top in a 7-5, 6-0 third-round
win over Caroline Garcia that featured 10 breaks of
"Yeah, I don t think it was the prettiest tennis out
there," said Bouchard, who reached the semifinals in
her first trip to Melbourne Park last year and went
on to make the semifinals or better at two of the other
three majors in a breakthrough season.
Third-seeded Simona Halep advanced with a 6-4,
7-5 win over Bethanie Mattek-Sands, missing twice
when she served for the match in the eighth and 10th
games before finally serving out.
Halep, who opened the season by winning the Shen-
zhen Open in China, will next play Yanina Wickmayer,
who beat No. 14-seeded Sara Errani 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.
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