MORE: All the latest scores and results. The Last Time any player from Taiwan made the quarters at a slam 2010 - When you think of Yen-Hsun Lu, Grand Slam quarterfinal does not come to mind, but it’s true. Back at Wimbledon 2010 he made a stunning run that included wins over Florian Mayer and the previous year’s runner up in Andy Roddick, which he won 9-7 in the fifth.  The Last Time a Japanese female reached the quarterfinals of a major 2004 - Naomi Osaka has played superbly at Australian Open 2018 so far and she will be hoping for more brilliance when she takes on world No.1 Simona Halep on Day 8. Should she win, she will become the first Japanese female since Ai Sugiyama at Wimbledon in 2004 to reach. the final eight at a slam. That year Sugiyama would fall in three sets to the then 17-year-old Maria Sharapova, who won her maiden Grand Slam crown.

Australian Open 2018, day eight at Melbourne Park. Live Updates. January 23, 20187:53am.  Hyeon Chung of of South Korea celebrates his win against Novak Djokovic of Serbia during round four on day eight of the Australian Open tennis tournament, in Melbourne, Monday, January 22, 2018. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY. Alex Blair and Tyson Ottonews.com.au.

Australian Open Day Eight Results & Quick Hits. Johanna Konta is the last Brit standing, and she shut the door on Ekaterina Makarova effectively in a repeat of their fourth round clash last year. She raced through the opening set, before coming from behind to win five games on the bounce to set up a quarter-final clash with Serena Williams. Williams battled though a topsy-turvy opening set against Barbora Strycova before finally coming through, again in straight sets. Neither woman has dropped a set yet, and this quarter-final looks set to be a corker – FULL PREVIEW. Rafael Nadal dropped j

Main article: 2017 Australian Open. Contents. 1 Day 1 (16 January). 2 Day 2 (17 January). 3 Day 3 (18 January). 4 Day 4 (19 January). 5 Day 5 (20 January). 6 Day 6 (21 January). 7 Day 7 (22 January). 8 Day 8 (23 January). 9 Day 9 (24 January). 10 Day 10 (25 January).  Day 8 (23 January)[edit]. Seeds out. Men's Singles: Gaël Monfils [6], Dominic Thiem [8], Roberto Bautista Agut [13].

The third day of the Australian Open championship didn’t bring any sensations or unpredictable results, with all the title contenders successfully breezing through to the third round.  The 31-year-old who won the Australian Open in 2008 has dropped just three games in her first two matches in Melbourne. One to watch at #AusOpen 2019 👀. Having dropped only three games en route to the 3R, @MariaSharapova def. Rebecca Peterson 6-2 6-1. Up next: Defending champion @CaroWozniacki 🍿 pic.twitter.com/AnR9POianP. — #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 16, 2019. However, the third-round clash will not be a walk in the park for the 30th seed Sharapova who set up a meeting with none other than the reigning Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark.

Australian Open 2018 results and bracket: Unseeded American Tennys Sandgren upsets Dominic Thiem. By James Brady January 22. Halep, Federer, Djokovic in action on Day 8 of Australian Open. By James Brady January 21. Nadal, Wozniacki advance to quarterfinals.  Australian Open 2018 live stream: Match schedule, start times, TV channel, and how to watch Day 4 online.

Australian Open Day Eight – Lopez saved match points in two previous rounds and saved another in the fourth set versus Raonic. But Raonic took the fifth 6-3. Hide Caption. 6 of 10. Photos: Australian Open Day Eight. Australian Open Day Eight – In the women's draw, world No. 1 Serena Williams came from a set down to see off her conqueror at the French Open, Garbine Muguruza. Hide Caption. 7 of 10.  Australian Open Day Eight – Venus Williams upset Agnieszka Radwanska in three sets. So, for the first time in five years, both Williams sisters are into a grand slam quarterfinal at the same time. Hide Caption. 8 of 10. Photos: Australian Open Day Eight. Australian Open Day Eight – Last year's finalist, Dominika Cibulkova, ended Victoria Azarenka's tournament and will face Serena Williams in the quarterfinals. Hide Caption. 9 of 10. Photos: Australian Open Day Eight.

Get the 2018 Australian Open tennis tournament's dates, TV schedule, news coverage, live scores and results on ESPN.  All you need to know about the 2018 Australian Open, including day-by-day results and analysis from Melbourne. Complete Australian Open coverage and schedule. Dates: Jan. 14-28. Results and schedule: Daily men's and women's action. Men's and women's draws: Men | Women. Grand Slam winners: Men | Women.

Australian Open 2018 results and bracket: Unseeded American Tennys Sandgren upsets Dominic Thiem. By James Brady January 22. Halep, Federer, Djokovic in action on Day 8 of Australian Open. By James Brady January 21. Nadal, Wozniacki advance to quarterfinals.  Australian Open 2018 live stream: Match schedule, start times, TV channel, and how to watch Day 4 online.

Australian Open Day Eight – Lopez saved match points in two previous rounds and saved another in the fourth set versus Raonic. But Raonic took the fifth 6-3. Hide Caption. 6 of 10. Photos: Australian Open Day Eight. Australian Open Day Eight – In the women's draw, world No. 1 Serena Williams came from a set down to see off her conqueror at the French Open, Garbine Muguruza. Hide Caption. 7 of 10.  Australian Open Day Eight – Venus Williams upset Agnieszka Radwanska in three sets. So, for the first time in five years, both Williams sisters are into a grand slam quarterfinal at the same time. Hide Caption. 8 of 10. Photos: Australian Open Day Eight. Australian Open Day Eight – Last year's finalist, Dominika Cibulkova, ended Victoria Azarenka's tournament and will face Serena Williams in the quarterfinals. Hide Caption. 9 of 10. Photos: Australian Open Day Eight.

Get the 2018 Australian Open tennis tournament's dates, TV schedule, news coverage, live scores and results on ESPN.  All you need to know about the 2018 Australian Open, including day-by-day results and analysis from Melbourne. Complete Australian Open coverage and schedule. Dates: Jan. 14-28. Results and schedule: Daily men's and women's action. Men's and women's draws: Men | Women. Grand Slam winners: Men | Women.

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Australian Open Day 8 schedule: Wawrinka vs Raonic, Murray vs Tomic, Azarenka vs Strycova, Konta vs Makarova and more. By Jamie Lisanti. January 24, 2016. Here are the matches to watch on Monday on Day 8 of the 2016 Australian Open in Melbourne. Play begins on all courts at 7 p.m. ET. Click here for the full order of play, and see the full TV schedule here.  Australian Open Day 6 results: Madison Keys defeats Ana Ivanovic, Victoria Azarenka, Stan Wawrinka, John Isner advance; Garbine Muguruza loses. by Jamie Lisanti. Tennis. Australian Open Day 6 Mailbag: Lauren Davis, the riddle of Kyrgios and more. Jon Wertheim answers reader questions from Day 6 at the 2016 Australian Open. by Jon Wertheim. Tennis.

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THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN is in full swing with all first-round matches now completed and the schedule for day three of action packed full of intriguing match-ups.  THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN is in full swing with all first-round matches now completed and the schedule for day three of action packed full of intriguing match-ups. By James Gray James Gray. PUBLISHED: 00:17, Wed, Jan 17, 2018 | UPDATED: 00:17, Wed, Jan 17, 2018. 0. GETTY. Rafael Nadal will be back in Australian Open action on Wednesday.  Related articles. Australian Open 2018 results LIVE: Latest scores from Melbourne. Roger Federer assesses Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic’s strengths. Australian Open 2018 prize money revealed. Thu, January 25, 2018. How much money will players earn at the Australian Open? Play slideshow. Getty Images. 1 of 8. First round – £28.9k. Australian Open 2018: Day 3 schedule.

MELBOURNE: Results from Day 3 of the Australian Open on Wednesday: Men's singles 2nd round Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE x14) bt Viktor Troicki.  Australian Open results – 7th update. Imaduddin January 16, 2019. MELBOURNE: Results from Day 3 of the Australian Open on Wednesday: Men’s singles. 2nd round.

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