melbourne australia) – “First of all, I would like to say that Alex De Minaur played a great game. Two weeks ago he said he would have liked to see such a special match. When I was down 2-1 I broke him at the start of the fourth game, and then he got me back. At that point I said: No, I cannot give up. Maybe I will die on the field, but I have to give everything.. I put all my energy into playing and in the end I was able to win“. And analysis by Andrey RublevJannik Sinner's next opponent in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, after the success in the round of 16 against the 24-year-old “host”.
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“It's always difficult to play against De Minaur. We have already faced each other several times in different parts of the world and they were exciting matches. He's one of the fastest guys on the trackI like the way he moves and lifts his legs. This is madness. You can see how difficult it is to play against him. Naturally, I'm just happy to get to the quarter-finals. Were you tired at the end? Well, naturally, when you play for four hours, with very intense exchanges, you need to do some stretching exercises. Four hours later I started to feel some pain in my legBut this is normal“, admits Rublev, who made a nice joke about his next opponent, Jannik Siner…
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