Australian Open Semi Finals: Matches date, venue, predictions.

Australian Open Semi Finals

The 2023 Australian Open begins Monday, with a slew of top men’s and women’s tennis players vying for a Grand Slam title. Rafael Nadal will be attempting to win the men’s singles championship for the second year in a row, having previously won the tournament in 2022.

The first of four Grand Slam events, the Australian Open 2023, began on January 16 in Melbourne, Victoria (Australia). In one of the mega tennis events, the world’s best tennis stars will compete in men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles fixtures.

This year, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic is also competing in the tournament, and the anticipation of the Djokovic-Nadal match has heated up the competition. Rafael Nadal currently leads the list with 22 grand slam titles, one more than Novak Djokovic.

The Australian Open 2023 begins on Monday, January 16, and concludes with the women’s final on Saturday, January 28 and the men’s final on Sunday, January 29. From 5:30 a.m. IST, Indian viewers can enjoy a live telecast of the AO 2023 on the Sony LIV App.

Tsitsipas, the tournament’s third seed, defeated Jiri Lehecka, an unexpected quarterfinalist, in straight sets, 6-3, 7-6(2), 6-4.

After his previous match, in which Jannik Sinner well almost forced him to a fifth set, the Greek’s victory gave him a huge confidence boost.

Meanwhile, Khachanov continued his confident march with a win over Sebastian Korda, who was compelled to call off a match after having to put up a valiant battle for a good set and a half.

With the win, Khachanov reached his second consecutive Grand Slam semifinal for the first time in his career. So far in Melbourne, the Russian has executed his aggressive game plan nearly flawlessly, easily defeating competitors such as Frances Tiafoe and Yoshihito Nishioka.

Even though Khachanov has received little attention during this tournament, he has played some outstanding tennis to reach his second Grand Slam final in a row. Don’t underestimate the Russian here; when he’s confidently striking the ball, he’s a nightmare to live with.

Tsitsipas has won all of their previous meetings, dropping only two sets. So far in Melbourne, the Greek has also shown impressive skill, serving well and making excellent use of his forehand.

Khachanov will most likely want to hit that wing because his backhand, particularly his return, remains a problem. Tsitsipas, on the other hand, should have just enough to make it to his second Major final.

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