Hyeon defeats Sandgren to make Aus Open semis

Hyeon defeats Sandgren to make Aus Open semis

Hyeon defeats Sandgren to make Aus Open semis

Six-time champion Novak Djokovic was stunned in straight sets by Hyeon Chung only hours after Tennys Sandgren upset No. 5 Dominic Thiem at the Australian Open. The Korean tennis star earned prize money of almost 711,000 US dollars for entering the semi-finals, and some 40,000 dollars for the quarter finals which amount to more than 40 percent of his accumulated prize money before the games. Chung will meet the victor of Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych for a place in the final, and will be full of confidence after another hugely impressive display in his break-out Grand Slam. Kim Mok-yeon, Arirang News. Compatriots John Isner, Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe went out in the first round and Sam Querry was gone in round two in an American bloodbath that didn't spare the women either, including Venus Williams, CoCo Vandeweghe and Sloane Stephens, who all went out on day one.

Chung jumped out of the blocks with an early break before taking the opening set in 37 minutes, serving at a high 85 per cent.

American tennis player Tennys Sandgren on Wednesday launched an attack on the media for "sensationalist coverage" regarding his political views.

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Djokovic said the injuries started troubling him at the end of the first set and a decision on where he goes from here would be made after talking with his medical team.

The 26-year-old reached the quarter-finals of the Australian Open before losing to Hyeon Chung, and was left to face questions over claims he was a supporter of the controversial alt-right movement. I knew he probably could out-grind me, he's a heck of a player.

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Earlier in the tournament, he beat Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka, ranked No. 8 and a former Australian Open champ playing in his first major competition since undergoing surgery last summer. "If I going to the net, I can save more energy".

"He's a heck of a player, so I knew I had to come out and play aggressive and take my chances and serve well", Sandgren said of Thiem.

Years since the last time any man as old as Federer reached the quarters at any Slam.

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Federer was rarely troubled thereafter as he clinched a 7-6 (7/1) 6-3 6-4 triumph.

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