Australian Open 2022: Australian Open, day 10 live: Tsitsipas awaits Medvedev or Auger-Aliassime in semis

Bhello and welcome to the tenth day of the Australian Open, where the other two semifinals are defined, both for the male and female teams. In men we are going to live two exciting duels, with special attention to the Daniil Medvedev-Flix Auger-Aliassime that closes the day at the Rod Laver Arena. play now Stefanos Tsitsipas and Jannik Sinner for first place in the penultimate round from the bottom of the draw.

In girls we already know that the American Danielle Rose Collins and the Polish Iga Swiatek will play the second semifinal after winning their respective quarter duels against the French Aliz Cornet and the Estonian Kaia Kanepi. In the women’s doubles, defeat of Sara Sorribes with Kirsten Flipkens in the quarterfinals.


Stefanos Tsitsipas (4) to Jannik Sinner (11), 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 (FINISHED)

Danielle Collins (27) to Aliz Cornet, 7-5, 6-1 (END)

Each Swiatek (7) and Kaia Kanepi, 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-3 (FINALIZADO)

Veronika Kudermetova/Elise Mertens a Sara Sorribes/Kirsten Flipkens, 6-3, 6-4 (ENDED)

Australian Open: the tenth day live

10:30 AT PLAY Break by Auger-Aliassime! (5-6)

Medvedev saved a first break ball with a backhand winner but he ended up giving up his serve with a double fault. Seeing is believing. Auger-Aliassime serve to win the first set.

10:25 IN PLAY. Auger-Aliassime equalizes with a blank serve (5-5)

Auger-Aliassime’s third ace to take his game to love. The Canadian is not saying good morning to Medvedev.

10:17 IN PLAY Medvedev puts some emotion but keeps his serve (5-4)

The Russian saves a difficult situation (15-30) after a shot from Auger-Aliassime. Either this changes a lot or we go to sudden death… 81% first serves from the Canadian and 73% from Medvedev. So it is impossible to have options to the rest.

10:15 IN PLAY Auger-Aliassime holds the pulse (4-4)

Auger-Aliassime is serving (first serve) at an average of 208 km/h and So it is very difficult for Medvedev to have any option. The points, in general, are being very short.

10:12 AT PLAY Medvedev, to his own (4-3)

Fifth direct serve of the Russian in another game that he comfortably pockets with his serve after a backhand from Auger-Aliassime that went into the doubles hall.

10:10 IN PLAY Auger-Aliassime does not fail either (3-3)

Wonderful volley from the Canadian after two impossible balls from Medvedev, who insisted on lengthening a point that he had lost.

10:05 AT PLAY Medvedev’s smash for 3-2

The Russian does not give the Canadian any respite in a duel in which he is going to see few break balls as both continue to serve like this. Medvedev’s smash to close this fifth game. Auger-Aliassime wants to be the third Canadian, male or female, to reach the semifinals at the Australian Open, after Eugenie Bouchard, who reached the women’s semifinals in 2014, and Milos Raonic, who reached the men’s semifinals in 2016.

10:00 IN PLAY Auger-Aliassime overcomes a delicate moment (2-2)

Auger-Aliassime overcame 15-30 after a double fault and leveled the score again in this opening set after two unforced errors by Medvedev.

9:55 AT PLAY Medvedev does not suffer with his serve (2-1)

The Russian knows that a break against an opponent with a service like that of Flix Auger-Aliassime can be decisive and he is very serious about his serve. Medvedev is bidding to reach his second Australian Open semifinal and become the third Russian to reach the semi-finals here on multiple occasions, after Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1999-2000) and Marat Safin (2004-05).

9:50 IN PLAY Auger-Aliassime does not wrinkle (1-1)

Flix Auger-Aliassime responds with two aces on his first two serves and level this opening set. The Canadian has a canine on his right arm. The last remnant of Medvedev crashed into the net.

9:47 AT PLAY Medvedev wins the first game in white (1-0)

First game in love for Medvedev, who hit two aces in the first two points of the match.

9:40 Medvedev and Auger-Aliassime rally

The last quarterfinal duel for the men’s draw will begin shortly. Medvedev and Auger-Aliassime are already rallying at the Rod Laver Arena.

9:20 Medvedev seeks his fifth Grand Slam semifinals

Daniil Medvedev, US Open winner and Australian Open finalist in 2021, he is seeking the fifth Grand Slam semi-final of his career. The other two were also in New York in 2019 and 2020. As for Flix Auger-Aliassime, was already a semifinalist in the last US Open. Then he fell precisely to Medvedev in three sets (6-4, 7-5, 6-2).

8:50 Medvedev-Flix Auger is scheduled for 9:30

the duel between Daniil Medvedev and Flix Auger-Aliassime close the semifinals of the men’s draw. for now, three wins for the Russian in the three games in which they have met. The last one is very recent, as it was in the semifinals of the ATP Cup 2022, when Medvedev won 6-4 and 6-0.

8:45 FINALIZED Tsitsipas wins 6-3, 6-4, 6-2

Stefanos Tsitsipas is the third semi-finalist after defeating Jannik Sinner in three comfortable sleeves. The Greek took advantage of his first match point to close the duel with a backhand from the Italian who went into the doubles hall. Tsitsipas reaches the semifinals for the third time in Melbourne. HERE YOU HAVE THE MATCH REPORTS.

8:40 AT PLAY Sinner pulls caste and wins his serve (6-3, 6-4, 5-2)

Sinner ‘responds’ to Tsitsipas with another blank game and forces the Greek to close the match with his serve. The Italian has not played badly but he has found a Tsitsipas in a state of grace.

AT PLAY 8:38 Blank game for Tsitsipas (6-3, 6-4, 5-1)

Return to Sinner’s net and blank game for Tsitsipas, what to subtract now to close the match.

8:35 AT PLAY Another break for Tsitsipas (6-3, 6-4, 4-1)

Another break ball that the Greek takes advantage of (4 of 4) and Tsitsipas who heads to the semifinals. Sinner’s blow, after a long rally, went to the doubles hall.

8:28 AT PLAY Tsitsipas consolidates the break (6-3, 6-4, 3-1)

Wonderful passing by Sinner for the inventory at 40-15 but the game is again for Tsitsipas, who this time I conceded not the first break ball of the match but the first equals. The data speaks clearly of his level on serve.

8:25 AT PLAY New break for Tsitsipas (6-3, 6-4, 2-1)

Tsitsipas repeats the script and breaks Sinner’s serve again, that he has not been able to save any of the three break balls he has had against. This time he ended up crashing his right into the net. The Greek opens a gap and as long as he remains just as intractable with the serve…

8:23 AT PLAY Tsitsipas doesn’t want this to last (6-3, 6-4, 1-1)

Ace of Tsitsipas to win his game with absolute comfort. The Greek is not even giving the time to a Sinner who must be desperate.

8:20 AT PLAY Sinner starts winning the third set (6-3, 6-4, 0-1)

Jannik Sinner He is on the ropes and has run out of margin for error. The Italian hangs on to his serve to win the first game of the third set. Tsitsipas ended up sending his last rest to the corridor.

8:15 AT PLAY Tsitsipas also wins the second set (6-3, 6-4)

Right to Sinner’s hallway and Tsitsipas who takes advantage of his second set ball to take the sleeve. High-quality tennis is being seen at the central Melbourne Park but the Greek is imposing, at the moment, his greatest experience.

8:07 AT PLAY Tsitsipas serves to win the second set (6-3, 5-4)

is serving well Jannik Sinner but could not save the only two breaks of the entire match and he is paying dearly for it. Now it will be time to prevent Tsitsipas from also winning the second set and heading for the semifinals.

AT PLAY 8:05 Tsitsipas caresses the second set (6-3, 5-3)

The Greek wins his game and continues without giving Sinner options. The last rest of the Italian went long. Tsitsipas adds most winning shots (14) and most unforced errors (19).

7:55 AT PLAY Tsitsipas is a pillion hammer with the service (6-3, 4-2)

Tsitsipas is not giving Sinner an option. The Greek is serving wonderfully and hasn’t even reached the deuce when he has served. In addition he is getting 70% of his first serves.

7:50 AT PLAY The match between Sinner and Tsitsipas resumes (6-3, 3-1)

The Rod Laver Arena has been covered and the game has resumed about 20 minutes after it started to rain. Tsitsipas is serving very well and confirms the break in this second set (6-3, 3-1). The Greek looks for his third semifinals in Australia after those of 2019 and 2021.

7:35 AT PLAY The Tsitsipas match is interrupted by rain

It begins to rain heavily over Melbourne and the duel between Tsitsipas and Sinner is interrupted. The roof of the Rod Laver Arena is being closed so that the duel can resume immediately while the ball boys clean the court with towels.

7:30 AT PLAY Tsitsipas wins the first set and dominates the second (6-3, 2-1)

Stefanos Tsitsipas (4) beat Jannik Sinner (11) 6-3 in the first set, taking advantage of the only break ball of the entire sleeve in the second game of the match. In the second set, the Hellenic tennis player, fourth seeded in the tournament, has broken the service to the transalpine again and dominates 2-1.



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