Djokovic send Russian zebra and will finish Australian Open for 9th time – 02/18/2021

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Melbourne (Australia), 18 February (FEF). – Serbian Novak Djokovic on Thursday began a qualifying campaign by qualifying tennis player Russian Aslan Kartsev and entered the final of the Australian Open for the ninth time in his career. .

In an hour and 53 minutes of departure, with a run of 6-3, 6-4 and 6-2, the No. 1 opponent in the world went through 3 sets 0, and the winner of the duel will be awaited by the Russians in the tournament respectively. Daniel Medvedev and Greek Stephanos Tsitipas also scored four and five.

Djokko, who struggled with abdominal pain during almost the entire campaign in Melbourne, reached the 28 Grand Slam finals, equaling Spaniard Rafael Nadal and the three best record holders in men, Swiss Roger Federer.

In Australia, the Serbian will try to remain impeccable in the title matches and what he did in 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019 and 2020, when he left the central court with the champion trophy in his arms.

The verdict would define Joko’s rival, Medvedev or Sitcipus, the next morning, while the final from Saturday to Sunday.

OSAKA – Brady.

The Australian Open decision was defined among women this morning, which would take place between Japanese Naomi Osaka, third in the WTA rankings, and American Jennifer Brady, the current number 24 in the world.

The Asian-origin tennis player finished in the semi-finals with none other than American Serena Williams, winning 2–0, one game from 0 — with 6–3 and 6–4 in an hour and 15 minutes.

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Brady was passed by Czech Karolina Munova in a three-set match, closing out with a 6-4, 3-6 and 6-4 fight after an hour and 55 minutes of fighting.

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