Novak Djokovic Storms Into Australian Open 2024 Semi-Finals


Novak Djokovic defeated Taylor Fritz 7-6,4-6,6-2,6-3 at the Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday to qualify for the Australian Open 2024 semi-final. Djokovic is a dangerous player who defeated his American counterpart as he cruised into the semi-final match for the 11th time, his 48th Grand Slam semifinal overall. Djokovic is only 36 years old and famous for the tactic of his playing. He has secured a top-20 win at the Grand Slam since turning 35, surpassing the legendary Roger Federer, who did it only 14 times. This post was shared on Twitter.

The Summary of the Match Australian Open 2024:


Fritz gave a very tough time to the Serb at the beginning of the first set, as the American had two set points, but the player, known as the player, was good while handling the pressure of the game. overcame the deficit and eventually ended up winning 7-6. Fritz made a good comeback in the second set and won 6-4. Djokovic didn’t lose hope; he lost the previous set, played an excellent match, won that set, and qualified for the semifinal round. Djokovic has now beaten the player Fritz in nine out of a total of 10 matches head-to-head. “Sinner is playing the tennis of his life.”.

The Reaction of  The Player Djokovic After The Game:

Both are in good form, Djokovic said when asked about the semi-final against one of the sinners, Rublev. He said I watched the playing of Rublev the other night against de Minaur. They both played an incredible match, and I have learned a lot from both my weaknesses and my strengths.

Australian Open Remaining Men Single Quarterfinal:

Andy Rublev vs. Jannik Sinner

Q3 Daniil Medvedev vs. Hubert Hurkacz

Q4 Carlos Alcaraz vs. Alexander Zverev

Women’s single quarterfinal:

Q2: Barbora Krejcikova vs. Aryna Sabalenka

Linda Noskova vs. Dayana Yastreamska

Q4: Anna Kalinskaya vs. Qinwen Zheng

The remaining schedule of the Australian Open:

January 25:Women’s Singles Semi-Final

January 26: men’s singles semi-final

January 27:Women’s Single Final

January 28: Men’s Single Final

Background of Djokovic, a tennis player

He is a Serbian professional tennis player who is currently ranked No. 1 for a total of 409 weeks in a record of 13 different years. Djokovic won a total of 24 Grand Slam men’s singles titles, including a record of ten Australian open titles. Overall, he has won 98 singles titles, including a record of 71 big titles, 24 majors, and 40 Masters. With seven ATP finals, he is the only male tennis player. He was born on May 22, 1987, at age 36 in Belgrade, SFR Yogoslavia. He plays with a right-handed backhand.

Facts about the player, Djokovic:

Due to his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine, he was forced to skip many of the tournaments in 2022. He made a successful comeback to reclaim the 2023 Austrian Open trophy. He has led the national tennis team to its first Davis Cup title in 2010. He won the bronze medal for his country at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He was elected president of the ATP Player Council in 2016. He is also a philanthropist and was elected Goodwill Ambassador in 2015.


Djokovic has qualified for the quarterfinals of the Austrian Open Championship after defeating Fritz in the semifinals. He played a very good match with Fritz and won the match. He is also a talented player from the beautiful province of Serbia.

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