Djokovic advances to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open Tennis Women’s singles Sabalenca also advances to quarterfinals

Novak Djokovic (No. 1, Serbia) advanced to the men’s singles quarterfinals of the Australian Open tennis tournament (total prize money of 86.5 million Australian dollars, approximately 76.1 billion won).Djokovic defeated Adrian Mannarino (19th, France) 3-0 (6-0 6-0 6-3) in the men’s singles round of 16 on the 8th day of the tournament held in Melbourne, Australia on the 21st.Djokovic, who is attempting to win the tournament for the second time in a row, has continued his 32-game winning streak at the Australian Open since 2019.Djokovic achieved three consecutive wins from 2019 to 2021, and did not participate in the 2022 tournament.Djokovic will face the winner of the Stefanos Tsitsipas (7th place, Greece)-Taylor Fritz (12th place, USA) match in the quarterfinals.

If Djokovic wins this tournament, he will achieve a record of 25 major championships.Djokovic and Margaret Court (retired, Australia) of the women’s division reached the summit 24 times, which is the record for the most singles wins in a major tournament.With this victory, Djokovic advanced to the quarterfinals of a major tournament for the 58th time, tying the record for the most in this category held by Roger Federer (retired, Switzerland). Djokovic and Federer have advanced to the major singles quarterfinals 58 times, but for Mannarino, it remains a long-cherished task.Mannarino has participated in 55 major singles tournaments, but has never reached the quarterfinals.His best performance is reaching the round of 16 five times, including the Australian Open in 2022 and this year, and Wimbledon in 2013, 2017, and 2019.

In this tournament as well, he won all 1st to 3rd rounds in close 5 sets and advanced to the round of 16 after much hardship, but was eliminated after 1 hour and 44 minutes against Djokovic without being able to use his strength even once.Djokovic was dominant in all aspects, including serve ace 17-1, number of successful attacks 31-12, number of errors 15-31, and total points 85-42.In the women’s singles round of 16, last year’s winner Arina Sabalenka (2nd, Belarus) defeated Amanda Anisimova (442nd, USA) 2-0 (6-3 6-2) and cruised to her second consecutive title. .Sabalenka will meet the winner of the match between Barbora Krejcikova (11th place, Czech Republic) and Mira Andreyeva (47th place, Russia) in the quarterfinals.The day before, world number one Iga Sibiontech (Poland) was eliminated in the third round, and Sabalenka is the player with the highest world ranking among the remaining 무료슬롯게임 players in the women’s singles.

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