Extraordinary Sinner, dominates Rublev in three sets and flies to the semifinals where he meets Djokovic


By John

Jannik Sinner reaches the semi-final at the Australian Open, the first Slam of the season taking place on the hard courts of Melbourne Park. The South Tyrolean tennis player, number 4 in the ATP rankings and in the draw, prevailed in the quarterfinals on the Rod Laver Arena court over Russian Andrey Rublev, fifth seeding force: the blue won in three sets with a score of 6-4 7-6(5) 6-3, in two hours and 39 minutes of play. Sinner, who hasn’t lost a single set so far, will now face the reigning champion, Novak Djokovic: the Serbian champion, leader of the world ranking and of the tournament, defeated the American Taylor Fritz, 12th seeded player, in the quarterfinals , in four sets with the score of 7-6(3) 4-6 6-2 6-3.