Go ahead, skewer me in the comments for picking two Americans. Honestly, I give American players no preferential treatment, and I think tennis plays up nationalities too much (excluding Davis and Fed Cup). But McHale's 6-2, 6-4 win over No. 24 Lucie Safarova was the second-biggest women's upset of Day 1, and an important result for the 19-year-old. Nearly in the Top 40, McHale needs to be winning first-round matches at Slams, particularly after her third-round showing at last year's U.S. Open. This will now be the third straight Slam she's reached the second round, and she'd never before won a main-draw match in Melbourne.