11:00 - Medvedev into the final!

GAME, SET, MATCH! It'll be Medvedev who takes on Novak Djokovic in Sunday's Australian Open final! What a performance that was from the Russian who has now won 20 matches in a row! Tsitsipas just didn't have any answers. He couldn't get through Medvedev. It was pretty much a complete performance.
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10:55 - One game away!

*MEDVEDEV 6-5 TSITSIPAS (6-4, 6-2)
What an incredible shot! Medvedev breaks with a stunning winner down the line when Tsitsipas had closed off the cross-court at the net. The Russian celebrates by winding up the Rod Laver Arena crowd which has gone quiet!

10:30 - Is the comeback on?!

MEDVEDEV 3-3 TSITSIPAS* (6-4, 6-2)
BREAK! Tsitsipas finally breaks Medvedev and the Russian might have sabotaged himself there! He went for the towel to make a sarcastic statement on how long Tsitsipas is taking between serves and the Greek won three of the next four points to break!

10:15 - Another Medvedev break

*MEDVEDEV 1-0 TSITSIPAS (6-4, 6-2)
It's all got a bit quiet on Rod Laver Arena now. Tsitsipas has been broken for the second straight game and Medvedev is racing towards the finish line now. Of course, the Greek fought back from two sets down against Nadal, but there's no sign of a fightback yet.

10:10 - Tsissy fit!

This was Tsitsipas' reaction to losing the first set. How will he react to losing the second?!

'Water everywhere!' - Tsitsipas hurls bottle, Medvedev complains to umpire

10:05 - Medvedev takes the second set!

Medvdev is in total control on Rod Laver Arena. The Russian has a two sets to love lead and Tsitsipas just can't find a way to consistently harm the number four seed! He needs to try something different to turn this semi final around.

10:00 - Double break

It's a break to love and Medvedev will now serve for a two sets to love lead in this Australian Open semi final! Tsitsipas just doesn't have any answers at the moment. No clear strategy from the Greek!

09:50 - Medvedev breaks

The Tsitsipas resolve is broken and Medvedev takes the lead in this second set. He is now a set and a break up! That forehand is doing so much damage. Tsitsipas doesn't have an answer for it!

09:30 - First set Medvedev!

Medvedev wins the first set! Tsitsipas managed to save three set points, but there was nothing he could do as his Russian opponent slammed down an ace on a fourth to claim the first set. He has been the better player!

09:05 - First break!

The first break of the match goes the way of the Russian! Tsitsipas looked comfortable at 30-0, but played a poor game from there and Medvedev made the most of the opportunity.

08:55 - Up and running

We are under way on Rod Laver Arena and both Medvedev and Tsitsipas have started their match with a comfortable hold of serve.

08:30 - Time for the second semi!

It's almost time for the second Australian Open men's singles semi final between Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas. These two players are well-matched and so this has the potential to be one of the matches of the tournament.
Tsitsipas, of course, knocked out Rafael Nadal in the quarter finals while Medevdev was solid in his victory over fellow Russian Andrey Rublev. Who do you fancy to win this one?

'Both phenomenal players' - Henman on Tsitsipas v Medvedev

Eurosport analyst Tim Henman has Medvedev as the favourite to make the final but, the former world number four added that it would be folly to write Tsitsipas off, though.
“The match could be called a glimpse into the future, but that's not necessarily true because they've already arrived; they're both phenomenal players,” began Henman.
Medvedev is probably the favourite - his level of tennis over the last three or four months has been phenomenal. He won the World Tour Finals and he has hit the ground running at the ATP Cup. He is in fantastic form.
"Tsitsipas had an unbelievable win against Rafel Nadal in the quarter-finals coming back from two sets to love down," added Henman.
"I wonder whether physically and emotionally he's going to be able to back that up, but we should be very careful about writing off Tsitsipas."

'Both phenomenal players' - Henman on Tsitsipas v Medvedev

'They've done it!'

It took an absolute epic of a final game to clinch it, but Aryna Sabalenka and Elise Mertens have secured the women's doubles title - and their second Grand Slam crown together.
Watch the moment they did it...

'They've done it' - Mertens and Sabalenka clinch second Slam doubles title

Good morning!

Today sees the last singles semi-final take place on the Rod Laver Arena, with fourth seed Daniil Medvedev taking on fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Naomi Osaka and Jennifer Brady have already secured their places in the women’s final on Saturday, while Novak Djokovic is into Sunday’s final after the men’s world number one beat Aslan Karatsev on Thursday.
After two doubles matches during the day session on Rod Laver, focus will turn to the second men’s singles semi-final when Medvedev faces Tsitsipas.
The duo are the highest-ranked men’s players yet to win a Grand Slam title, and though Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem are out, the pair know Friday’s victor will face a tough task to topple Djokovic.


From 2am UK time
Jamie Murray (GBR) & Bruno Soares (BRA) [6] v Rajeev Ram (USA) & Joe Salisbury (GBR) [5]
Not before 5am UK time
Barbora Krejcikova (Cze) & Katerina Siniakova (CZE) [3] v Elise Mertens (BEL) & Aryna Sabalaneka (BLR) [2]
Night session – 8.30am UK time
Daniil Medvedev (RUS) [4] v Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) [5]
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