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Australian Open Day Six: Milos Raonic Secures Showdown With Zverev

Tom Tebutt from Tennis Canada joins Ubitennis to reflect on the mix fortunes of his country’s players in the men’s draw on Saturday. Milos Raonic claimed a straight sets win over Pierre-Hugues Herbert, but Denis Shapovalov was knocked out by top seed Novak Djokovic. Looking ahead to the fourth round, Tebutt has tipped Raonic to triumph over Alexander Zverev. Meanwhile, in the women’s draw, both Naomi Osaka and Elina Svitoliva were severely tested in their encounters.

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(VIDEO) Australian Open Day 14: Novak Djokovic Proves He Is Invincible

Ben Rothenberg from The New York Times joins Ubitennis to reflect on the men’s final at Melbourne Park.

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Novak Djokovic has extended his record as the most decorated male singles players in Australian Open history. The Serbian outlasted Dominic Thiem in five sets to claim his eighth title in Melbourne and 17th at a grand slam overall. The triumph has also guaranteed his return world world No.1 on Monday.

 

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(VIDEO) Australian Open Day 13: Sofia Kenin Fulfils Childhood Dream In A final Nobody Predicted

American journalist Joel Drucker joins Ubitennis’ Ubaldo Scanagatta to analyse a thrilling women’s final at Melbourne Park.

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At one stage the chances of Sofia Kenin playing Garbine Muguruza in the final of the Australian Open were given a combine odds from bookmakers of 750-to-one. Nevertheless, the two women exceeded expectations and it would be 21-year-old Kenin who came out on top. The youngest Australian Open finalist since 2008, she  battled her back from a set down to life the biggest title of her blossoming career. An achievement that will also lift her into the WTA top 10 for the first time next week.

 

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(VIDEO) Australian Open Day 12: Dominic Thiem Sets Up Djokovic Showdown

Ben Rothenberg joins Ubitennis to reflect on Dominic Thiem’s milestone win in Melbourne Park on Friday.

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26-year-old Dominic Thiem has become the first Austrian player in history to reach the final of the Australian Open. The world No.5 saw off opposition from Alexander Zverev to prevail in four sets. Moving him into his third grand slam final and first ever on a hard court. Awaiting him in the title match will be the formidable Novak Djokovic, who is aiming to win the tournament for a record eighth time.

 

 

 

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