Djoko is on another level… Will the Serbian player make history by reaching the 44th Grand Slam semi-final | Australian Open: Novak Djokovic beats Andrey Rublev in Finals

After one of the best performances of the tournament, Russian Andrey Rublev was indeed locked in a quarter-final clash with Novak Djokovic. The gallery also believed that hours would be enough. But once the game started at Melbourne Park’s Rod Laver Arena, it was all one-sided. Novak Djokovic entered his 44th Grand Slam semi-final with a 6-1 6-2 6-4 victory in a fast-paced match. Cedilla will face Tommy Paul of the United States in the last four on Friday.

Every Dyokok game is sweet revenge this time in a country where he was arrested and locked up immediately after boarding the plane due to covid rules last season. On the court full of emotional intensity, therefore, the performance of the star does not touch the land of the opponents. The second semi-final is between another Russian player, Karen Khachanov and Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Dyoko aims to make history by winning his 22nd Grand Slam at Melbourne Park, where most of the top seeds have returned early. Rafael Nadal currently holds this record. Last year, Nadal returned earlier this time after winning easily after Dyoko was sent off without playing.

Until the start of the semi-finals, there was much talk about Djokovic’s injury, who limped off in the last match with a muscle strain. Nevertheless, the star’s performance on the field was without delay. Djoko, who came to dominate the match with the best forwards, faced Rublev with critical returns, and was seen to collapse his opponent from any angle. The Russian player only held on in the final set.

Tom Paul, who reached the semi-finals, is the first player from the United States to reach the last four since 2009. The star’s best performance was at Wimbledon last year.


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