Australian Open: Quarterfinals – Korda emulates his father

Status: 22.01.2023 10:34

American tennis participant Sebastian Korda adopted in his father’s footsteps with the largest Grand Slam win of his profession on the Australian Open on Sunday evening (22/01/2023).

The 22-12 months-previous soccer participant defeated Polish Hubert Hurkach 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 1-6, 7-6 (10-7) and superior to the quarterfinals.

  • Men, Round of 16
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“Shout a Little”

“I’m pleased with how I fought. I’m going to scream a bit within the bathe.”– mentioned the thirty first on the planet rating, who defeated the Russian Daniil Medvedev in three units within the earlier spherical, shining extra playfully than earlier than.

His father, Petr Korda, received the Australian Open for the Czech Republic in 1998. Sebastian Korda received the title of junior champion 5 years in the past. Korda, the twenty ninth seed, will face Russia’s Karen Khachanov within the spherical of the final eight after going through far much less bother in opposition to Japan’s Yoshihito 6-0, 6-0, 7-6 (7-4). Nishioka.

Auger is out for Aliassime

The extremely rated Felix Auger-Aliassime was surprisingly eradicated. He misplaced to Canadian Jiri Lehecka 6:4, 3:6, 6:7 (2:7), 6:7 (3:7), and that is the primary quarterfinal look for the Czech on the “Grand Slam” match. And Auger-Aliassime has to attend for his first main victory.

For the perfect beloved Iga Svitek

Top girls’s favourite: Iga Sviatek has a shocking upset within the spherical of 16 on the Australian Open. World No. 1 misplaced to Wimbledon champion Jelina Rybakina of Kazakhstan 4:6, 4:6 and had to surrender hope of her fourth Grand Slam victory.

He did not make it: Iga Sviatek missed the quarterfinals.

  • Women, Round 16
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“I must work on my thoughts”Svitek mentioned after the disappointing defeat: “I felt the stress and I did not wish to lose as a substitute of successful.”

Rybakina praises her “vital moments”.

“I’ve lots of respect for Iga. Today I served very properly and performed very properly in vital moments.”mentioned Rybakina. She will now face Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko, the Paris 2017 winner who beat US hopeful Coco Gauff 7-5, 6-3.

Switek received the French Open for the second time final 12 months after which received the New York. For Rybakina, reaching the quarterfinals is the perfect results of her profession in Australia. Born in Russia, he defeated Ons Jabour of Tunisia within the last at Wimbledon to turn into the nation’s first Grand Slam champion, serving since 2018.


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