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2022 R. Nadal v D. Medvedev (2-6, 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5)

2021 N. Djokovic v D. Medvedev (7-5, 6-2, 6-2)

2020 N. Djokovic v D. Thiem (6-4, 4-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4)

2019 N. Djokovic v R. Nadal (6-3, 6-2, 6-3)

2018 R. Federer vs. M. Cilic (6-2, 6-7, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1)

2017 R. Federer vs. R. Nadal (6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3)

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Monday, January 16

Defending champion Rafael Nadal won his 77th match in Melbourne 7/5 2/6 6/4 6/1 after a tough first round against Jack Draper (GBR).

Hubert Hurkacz, Jannik Sinner and Jason Kubler (AUS) cruised easily in three sets against Pedro Martinez, Kyle Edmund and Sebastian Baez.

An upset for Grégoire Barrère was beaten by clay court specialist Thomas Martin Etchevrry (ARG) 3/6 6/3 6/4 6/4. Dalibor Svrcina (qualified Czech) defeated regular Jaume Munar (Spain) 6/3 6/2 6/2.

Another Czech hope, Jiri Lehecka, caused a major surprise by punishing Borna Coric (TDS 21) 6/3 6/3 6/3. Artur Rinderknech also exits the tournament through the back door after losing to Yosuke Watanuki (qualifier) ​​6/3 6/3 6/2.

Chinese nugget Junsheng Shang’s impressive win over Oscar Otte (GER) 6/2 6/4 6/7 7/5. Corentin Moutet spent more than 4 hours on court to get rid of fellow Chinese Ybing Wu, 6/4 5/7 6/2 4/6 7/5.

Christopher Eubanks (USA) excels by ousting Adelaide 2 winner Soonwoo Kwon 6/3 6/7 6/4 4/6 6/4 on Saturday. Also a nice shot for Mackenzie McDonald, who came to beat compatriot Brandon Nakashima in 5 rounds.

In the night session, Stan Wawrinka, who said that he was ambitious and well prepared, lost in five sets against Alex Molkan (SVK). The Swiss served for the match in the 4th set before losing 6/7 6/3 1/6 7/6 6/4.

It’s a bad day for Switzerland as Marc Andrea Huesler will also lose in 5 sets against the experienced John Millman (AUS).

Young Habs Lucas Van Assche, making his debut in Australia, took a set against Cameron Norrie: 7/6 6/0 6/3. Defeat for the uncapped Quentin Halys in the draw against Stefanos Tsitsipas 6/3 6/4 7/6.

Daniil Medvedev fought with Marcos Giron (USA), and Felix Auger Aliassime fought with his compatriot Vasek Pospisil with a score of 1/6 7/6 7/6 6/3.

We finish with a nice surprise for former world number 31 Lloyd Harris (AFS), who played hard last season, winning in five rounds against Lorenzo Musetti (ITA, TDS 17) 6 /4 6/1 6/7 2. /6 7/6 (10-4)

Tuesday, January 17

This day will forever be marked by Andy Murray’s exploits. It will take 35-year-old Briton Matteo Berrettini about 5 hours to eliminate the holy client.

Almost five and a half years after his last success against the top 20, the returning Murray saved a match point against him in the 5th set 5/4 to win 6/3 6/3 4/6 6/7 (9) 7 . /6 (10-6).

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Alexander Zverev, who made his comeback from injury at Roland Garros, defeated Juan Pablo Varillas (PER) 4/6 6/1 5/7 7/6 (3) 6/4 in five sets. Fewer worries for Andrei Rublev who came to sweep Dominic Thiem 6/3 6/4 6/2.

Taylor Fritz drops a set against Nikoloz Basilashvili, Alex de Minaur easily dismisses Yu Hsiou Hsu (TAI), impressive Holger Rune against Filip Krajinovic (SER) 6/2 6/3 6/4.

Grigor Dimitrov caused a surprise by beating Aslan Karatsev (RUS) 7/6 7/5 6/2, while Nicolas Jarry of Chile caused a surprise by paying Miomir Kecmanovic (TDS 26) 6/3 6/4 7/6.

Pablo Carreno Busta, Daniel Evans, Laszlo Djere and Alexandro Davidovic Fokina also join in Round 2 after a 5-round battle against Aleksandr Bublik (KAZ).

Jeremy Chardy beat Colombia’s Daniel Elahi Gala 1/6 7/5 6/1 6/4 to return to contention, while Benjamin Bonzi beat Italian qualifier Mattia Bellucci 4/6 6/3 7/6 6/4.

In the evening, tournament favorite Novak Djokovic faces Roberto Carballes Baena 6/3 6/4 6/0 and Casper Ruud drops a set against Czech Tomas Machac 6/3 7/6 6/7 6/3.

All other games are suspended.

Wednesday, January 18

We start at the end of the first round matches with Thanasi Kokkinakis completely crushing Fabio Fogni. Unsurprisingly, but brilliantly, Adrian Mannarino dismisses John Isner, now limited on his serve, 6/7 7/6 6/2 6/2.

Auckland winner Richard Gasquet settles against Hugo Humbert 6/3 6/4 6/3. Enzo Couacaud, who qualified for the Australian Open for the first time, logically dominates Hugo Dellien (BOL) 6/4 7/5 6/0.

Laurent Lokoli also qualified, got off to a great start before losing in five sets against Michael Mmoh, who eventually saved a match point, 4/6 2/6 7/6 6/4 6/2.

Let’s go to the 2nd round with the roar of the night and defending champion Rafael Nadal, who lost in three sets against the American Mackenzie McDonald, suffered another hip injury 6/4 6/4 7/5 .

Frustrated by this new blow, the gutsy, mentally destroyed Mallorcan finished the game before leaving the tournament in tears, still in front of his wife.

Stefanos Tsitsipas had no problem getting rid of Rinki Hijikata (AUS) and advancing to the 3rd round, as did Daniil Medvedev quietly against John Millman.

On the other hand, Felix Auger Aliassime again had plenty of time on court before winning 3/6 3/6 6/2 6/2 6/3 after Slovakia’s Alex Molka went 2 sets to 0.

Jannik Sinner makes easy work of Thomas Etcheverry in three sets, as does Frances Tiafoe, a showman who ousted Chinese prodigy Junshen Shang 6/4 6/4 6/1.

Karen Khachanov drops a set against Jason Kubler (AUS), Denis Shapovalov (CAN) takes out Taro Daniel in three sets as Japanese left-hander Yoshihito Nishioka takes on Dalibor Svrcina in the Czech qualifier.

Not particularly bright Corentin Moutet exits the tournament after losing 3/6 6/4 6/2 7/5 to Francisco Cerundolo (ARG). At the very end of the evening on Australian night, Cameron Norrie (GBR, TDS 11) finished off Constant Lestienne 6/3 3/6 7/6 6/3.

All these matches count for the second round.

Thursday, January 19

We start with a big surprise by Jenson Brooksby. Last season’s discovery, the 22-year-old American played a full game. Od was everywhere with his legs and gradually got the better of No. 2 seed Kasper Ruud, 6/3 7/5 6/7 6/2.

Alexander Zverev, who is not yet physically ready, paid for his previous meeting and lost to Michael Mmoha (USA) 6/7 6/4 6/3 6/2.

We continue with the second thunderbolt, the elimination of Taylor Fritz (USA, TDS 8) by a boosted Alexei Popyrin, overcome by the frenzied atmosphere created by the Australian fans. Score 6/7 7/6 6/4 6/7 6/2.

Andrey Rublev plays Emil Ruusuvuori (FIN) in four sets and Holger Rune, impressively, Maxime Cressy (USA) in three sets 7/5 6/4 6/4.

Young American gem Ben Shelton easily destroyed Nicolas Jarry (CHI) 7/6 7/6 7/5, while Grigor Dimitrov easily destroyed Laszlo Djere (SER).

Daniel Evans (GBR) and JJ Wolf (USA) easily defeated Jérémy Chardy and Diego Schwartzman. Hugo Humbert capitalizes on a good opening to dominate Denis Kudla (USA) 6/2 6/7 6/2 6/4.

Another American, Tommy Paul, knocked out Alejandro Davidovic Fokina (ESP, TDS 30) in five shots, as did Roberto Bautista Agut, who was heavily stopped by Brandon Holt (USA, qualifier).

Novak Djokovic is certainly going through this round 6/1 6/7 6/2 6/0, despite losing a set against Habs Enzo Couacaud.

After knocking out Matteo Berretti in the first round, Andy Murray wrote a new chapter in his legend by defeating tough, tough slugger Thanasi Kokkinakis after two shots down.

Indomitable, with energy from elsewhere, the Brit won 4/6 6/7 7/6 6/3 7/5 after 5 hours and 45 minutes of madness.

We end the night with a great performance from Benjamin Bonzi who beat Pablo Carreno Busta 4/6 4/6 7/6 6/1 7/6 (10/4).

Friday 20 January

1/16 Tallon Griekspoor (HOL) 6/2 7/6 6/3 Stefanos Tsitsipas is very comfortable this week. Jannik Sinner was swept two sets to nil by the powerful Marton Fucsovics to win 4/6 4/6 6/1 6/2 6/0.

Felix Auger Aliassime logically eliminates Francisco Cerundolo 6/1 3/6 6/1 6/4. Mackenzie McDonald (USA) 7/6 6/3 6/2 Another successful match for left-hander Yoshihito Nishioka.

If the day’s matches didn’t all live up to their promise, that’s not the case for the night session, with 22-year-old tennis talent Sebastian Korda putting in a big performance against Daniil Medvedev.

The American, who won the junior tournament here in 2018, certainly produced one of the best performances of his career, winning 7/6 6/3 7/6. It remains to be seen if he can one day win the Australian Open like his father Petr, or like his sisters Nelly and Jessica, who are Australian Open golfers!

Just before, Karen Khachanov, who was physically and mentally terrifying, defeated Francis Tiafon 6/3 6/4 3/6 7/6 after saving six set points against her in the 4th round!

New Czech No. 1, 21 Jiri Lehecka proves to be at his best by dropping Cameron Norrie, who he wore down in previous rounds, 6/7 6/3 3/6 6/1 6/4.

We conclude with a huge victory for Polish giant Hubert Hurkacz over the excellent Canadian left-hander Denis Shapovalov 7/6 6/4 1/6 4/6 6/3.

Saturday, January 21

The excellent Alex de Minaur, supported by his fans, beat Benjamin Bonzi in three sets 7/6 6/2 6/1 after 2 hours 08 of play. Not too worried about the very strong Andrey Rublev, winner 6/4 6/ 2 6 /3 Britain’s Daniel Evans.

Three sets too for Danish prodigy Holger Rune who dominated Ugo Humbert 6/4 6/2 7/6. Three more sets, this time in favor of JJ Wolf, very easy against the physically cooked Michael Mmoh 6/4 6/1 6/2.

Tommy Paul still needs three rounds to beat fellow American contender Jenson Brooksby 6/1 6/4 6/3.

1/8 final

Yoshihito Nishioka 🇯🇵 vs Karen Khachanov 🇷🇺

Hubert Hurkacz 🇵🇱 vs Sebastian Korda 🇺🇸

Stefanos Tsitsipas 🇬🇷 vs Jannik Sinner 🇮🇹

Jiri Lehecka 🇨🇿 vs Felix Auger Aliassime 🇨🇦

Andrei Rublev 🇷🇺 and Holger Rune 🇩🇰

Alex de Minaur 🇦🇺 vs.

Jeffrey John Wolf v. 🇺🇸

Tommy Paul vs. 🇺🇸

TO BE CONTINUED

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