Australian Open comprehensive:Medvedev reversed Tsitsipas three times to reach the semi-finals at midnight – yqqlm

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Original title: Australian Open comprehensive: Medvedev reversed Tsitsipas three times and reached the semi-finals

Xinhua News Agency, Canberra, January 26 (Reporters Yue Dongxing, Hao Yalin) Greek player Tsitsipas won the Australian Open on the 26th, while Russian star Medvedev fought fiercely from that night to midnight, staged a major reversal. Men’s singles The top four followed.

At Melbourne Park in the midsummer, No. 4 seed Tsitsipas defeated Italian rookie Sinner 6:3, 6:4, 6:2 to advance to the semi-finals of this year’s Grand Slam for the third time in his career. In the semifinals, he will face Medvedev.

In this campaign, although Tsitsipas made 28 unforced errors, he scored an even better 30 winning points, and his first serve scoring rate was as high as 79%, which made him the first to break serve in every set and take the initiative.

Tsitsipas was seen as having a good chance of clinching his first Australian Open title, given that the opponent was world No.

On that day, the finale at Rod Laver Stadium lasted until about 0:30 on the 27th local time. No. 2 seed Medvedev showed super toughness after losing two sets first. After 4 hours and 42 minutes of fierce battle, he reversed the Canadian teenager and No. 9 seed Aliassim 3:2 and advanced to the semifinals.

In the other semi-final of the men’s singles, Italian player Berrettini, who reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open for the first time in his career, will challenge the Spanish “King” Nadal.

In the women’s singles arena, American players occupied two seats in the semi-finals. On the same day, the No. 7 seed and Polish star Sviatek defeated veteran Canepi 4:6, 7:6(2), 6:3 after more than 3 hours of hard work, and entered the Australian Open semifinals for the first time in his career. She will compete with Collins of the United States for a place in the final. No. 27 seed Collins swept French veteran Kene 7:5, 6:1, and advanced to the Australian Open women’s singles semi-finals again after 2019. The other semi-final will be the top seed, Australia’s “first sister” Barty against the American player Keith.

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In the mixed doubles, the Chinese-Australian combination and No. 2 seed Zhang Shuai/Pierce lost to the French and Croatian combination Mladenovic/Dodig and stopped in the semifinals. (Finish)Return to Sohu, see more

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