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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Chung Hyeon becomes South Korea’s first grand slam semi-finalist :Australian Open

Chung Hyeon becomes South Korea’s first grand slam semi-finalist  :Australian Open

Chung-Hyeon’s trailblazing run of the Australian Open was played on Wednesday, as South Korea became the nation's first Grand Slam semi-finalist by defeating American Tenness Sandren 6-4, 7-6 (5), 6-3.

Like Clark Kent, Superstardle, the Road Lover Arena playing like Superbord, world number 58 Chung became the lowest player of the last four in Melbourne Park from Merrat Sapin in 2004.

While serving in this match, at the age of 21, the 40-0 margin was lost, and the total of five match points disappeared in the sky because the number 97 Sandgren fought nicely. But its raw power ultimately won, in an exciting forehand corner to push a screwed Sandgren because its desperate baseline retrieve better in the past.

"I do not know, in the last match 40-0, I thought it was time to do that ceremony or something like this," Chung told Jim Courier in an interview on-the-court interview. "After the deuce break point, the ceremony of, just keep focused."

Chung, who became the former Grand Slam quarterfinals of the East, defeated the previous round's six-time champion, Novak Djokovic, he returned home to South Korean fans to the terrace and television audience.


"For all my fans, friends back in Korea I have not yet completed you on Friday," Muscle tyro said on the court that their joy beamed into the players' box.
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