Top notch: the best points from the Australian Open


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Top notch: the best points from the Australian Open

Was a Australian Open that left an important mark, with nuances of all kinds. Here, the review of the anthology points, of the best of the first Grand Slam of the year.

A LUXURY WITH THE SEAL OF KYRGIOS
In the opening, before his audience, Nick Kyrgios excelled in victory over Frederico Ferreira Silva at the Australian Open. His plays and definitions by hand are a classic and this was a great example.

CROSSING THE WARMINGS OF THE TOP 10 RUSSIANS
To fully enjoy: Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev, the figures of Russia, staged a rally of 43 shots! Terrible display in the great Australian Open quarter-final crossover, won by the first among recent ATP Cup champions, also in Melbourne.

SHAPOVALOV LEFT HIM OPEN
It was a bad draw for both of them: Denis Shapovalov had to battle five sets to get rid of Yannick Sinner in the first round. In that meeting, the Canadian served twice from below and thus won a game. Unmissable, really.

EVEN DJOKOVIC APPLAUDED THE REVELATION
The young Russian surpassed the classification and climbed to the semifinals! Historic task that Aslan Karatsev completed at the Australian Open. De yapa: he beat Novak Djokovic himself a hoot and the world leader recognized it with pleasure.

MEDVEDEV HIT … THE TOURNAMENT SHOT
Semifinal with a great future and a great luxury from Daniil Medvedev. The Russian made a sensational shot not to give Stefanos Tsitsipas a chance in the third set. It stole all the applause. And well deserved it was the Russian, now the new Top 3 in the world.

ALSO TSITSIPAS RATIFIED ITS QUALITY
Victory over Michael Ymer and luxury by the hand of Stefanos Tsitsipas, for the third round of the first Major of 2021. It is worth enjoying the great shot of the Greek, great protagonist in Melbourne Park.


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