Sun Shines On Tsitsipas Swiatek At Australian Open

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Sun Shines On Tsitsipas Swiatek At Australian Open

At the Australian Open, Tsitsipas Swiatek is blessed with the sun Australia's MELBOURNE — On January 20, some regularity returned to the Australian Open as scheduling issues, crazy weather, shocks, and late finishes dominated the headlines. Stefanos Tsitsipas and Iga Swiatek shone in dazzling sunshine to make short work of their third-round opponents. After defeating Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor 6-2, 7-6(5), 6-3, third seed Tsitsipas checked his phone and thought about the lovely day after hours of tennis were wasted this week due to the heat and stop-start rain. Tsitsipas, speaking in the dialect of the area, stated, "Fair crack of the whip, mate; I mean, that was terrific." "I believe that today's serve placement was amazing which was really helpful. I kind of kept things tidy and took advantage of the nice weather today. What a beautiful day for tennis it is today, huh? As he pursues his first Grand Slam, Tsitsipas is yet to drop a set in the event. His prospects are improved by the departures of Rafa Nadal, the current champion, and Casper Ruud, the second seed, as well as the injury concern over Novak Djokovic, the tournament favourite. However, the 2021 French Open runner-up came close, saving a set point in the second set before increasing his lead after a tiebreak to set up a straightforward victory that delighted his Rod Laver Arena followers. cheered on by Greek supporters, many of whom were from Melbourne, the city with the largest Greek community,Tsitsipas will next face Italian Jannik Sinner in what might be a challenging test for the Greek and Cypriot native speaker.

Swiatek, the top seed and the women's favourite, defeated Cristina Bucsa by scores of 6-0, 6-1 as she tries to add another major title to her two French Open triumphs and US Open triumph. According to Swiatek, "I was pretty fatigued a couple of years ago when I was in the fourth round, and right now I believe this is the appropriate position to be." "Hopefully I'll keep playing well and get to play more games here," I said. The opponent for Swiatek after she defeated Melbourne Park runner-up Danielle Collins last year, 6-2, 5-7, 6-2, is Wimbledon winner Elena Rybakina.After losing to Petra Kvitova in the United Cup.Cup, Jessica Pegula was eager to finish her match. The third-seeded American defeated Marta Kostyuk, 6-0, 6-2, to make it seven straight wins in 2023.

Mackenzie McDonald, who defeated Nadal, was unable to maintain his winning streak, as the unseeded American lost to Yoshihito Nishioka of Japan in a 7-6(6), 6-3, 6-2 match.Since Andy Roddick won the US Open Grand Slam in 2003, no American man has won a Grand Slam, but eight players are still alive in the third round, giving the nation new hope. When defending their scheduling following a late conclusion to the previous day's play after former world No. 1 Andy Murray defeated Thanasi Kokkinakis in a five-set marathon, the organisers will hope the quick wins continue in the evening. The match ended at 4:05 in the morning, and Murray joked about the late conclusion. 

After Murray stated that tennis should strive to prevent late endings, tournament director Craig Tiley ruled out any immediate modifications.There is no need to alter the programme at this time, according to Tiley. As we do every year, "We'll always take a look at it when we conduct the debrief." However, given the situation, there aren't many choices because we need to squeeze those matches in within the next 14 days. Sinner, the 15th seed from Italy, survived a rocky start to his match against Marton Fucsovics, dropping the first two sets before defeating the Hungarian, 4-6, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-0. The drama on an otherwise uneventful day came from Sinner.The 15th seed is one of the top players in the competition; he has reached the quarterfinals of all four Grand Slam tournaments without progressing further. In the final three sets, he displayed his talent by outplaying a tiring Fucsovics. With a 6-2, 6-3 victory over Anhelina Kalinina, former French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova, a quarterfinalist at Melbourne Park in 2022, also advanced and will face Pegula. Felix Auger-Aliassime, the sixth-seeded player, also advanced after defeating Francisco Cerundolo 6-1, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4.

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