Chung continues dream run as he eases into the semis
South Korean Hyeon Chung outclassed Tennys Sandgren in the Australian Open quarter-finals, putting the seal on a 6-4 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 win at the Rod Laver Arena.
Hyeon Chung continued his historic run at the Australian Open, proving too good for Tennys Sandgren in Wednesday's opening quarter final. A rising star on the ATP World Tour, Chung claimed a 6-4 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 win over Sandgren at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena.
Chung continues to make history
The 21-year-old, already the first South Korean to reach a major quarter final, was largely untroubled on his way to the last four, winning in two hours, 28 minutes. He produced a fine display against his American opponent, also a surprise packet in Melbourne. Awaiting him in the last four will be either Roger Federer or Tomas Berdych.
Having beaten Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev on his way to the last eight, Chung had few troubles against the world number 97. A single break was enough during the first set as both players seemed to make nervous starts. The duo traded breaks in the second, but Chung edged the tie-break, winning the final three points. That just about ended Sandgren's challenge, Chung breaking for a 3-1 lead to see out a convincing win, although he was pushed in the final game.
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