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First Australian Open semi-final in sight: Karen Khachanov challenges Stefanos Tsitsipas



The first semi-final of the Australian Open is headed by Karen Khachanov looking to break a 5-0 losing streak against Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas.

first time grand slam This year’s australian open already in the final stages, after several weeks of great tennis sea ​​land the first semi-final crossing is ATP circuit.

Meanwhile, Russian-Armenian Karen Yachanov (No. 20), better known as Khachanov, came to this example after beating tennis player Sebastian Korda (No. 31). 1 Injured wrist in third set thus the match ended in victory for the Europeans 7-6, 6-3, 3-0 .

On the other side is Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas (No. 4), who stepped up against Jiri Lehetzka (No. 71) to reach the quarter-finals and was one of the favorites and most prominent on the circuit. You beat one of the tennis players. , Felix Auger-Aliassime (N°7) Greece.

The duel between the two was for the ears Tsitsipas have dreams of stealing this season #1 To the young Carlos Alcaraz of the world. The Greek was left fighting in his three sets. 6-3, 7-6, 6-4 so he sealed the path to Australian semi-final.

compromise between 20 and 4 of ATP ranking promises to be one of the most interesting ever australian open and where Khachanov In five duels with Athens, he never did it, so he takes it as revenge managed to win

The battle between the two Friday, January 27th to check from time to time First Grand Slam final of the season.

Source: Biobiochile

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