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High ranking Iga Swiatek The Wimbledon champion has been eliminated from the Australian Open Elena Rybakina In the fourth round, the women’s draw was opened.

Rybakina, seeded 22nd and expected to enter the top 10 when the WTA 2022 Wimbledon ranking points are calculated, won last year’s French Open and US Open 6-4, 6-4 to reach the first quarter-final in Melbourne. .

“When you play No. 1, I don’t think you really have anything to lose,” said Rybakina, who is playing on one of the two main show courts for the first time in this tournament. “So I tried to attack him from the first set, which was really good.”


All of the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in the men’s and women’s draws were eliminated before the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam for the first time in the open era, according to the International Tennis Federation.

“I’ve got to work on my, I don’t know, mindset and fight a little more like I did last season,” Sviatek said. “I need some time to recover now.

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“Maybe I wanted it a little too much. So I will try to rest a little more. … I felt the pressure and I felt like I didn’t want to lose instead of winning.”

Last July, Rybakina won Wimbledon and was ranked 23rd in the world, the second-lowest ranked player in the world. She was born and raised in Moscow, but transferred her citizenship to Kazakhstan in 2018, which has provided her with more financial support for her tennis career.

Last year, Wimbledon banned Russians and Belarusians from the game due to the war in Ukraine. The WTA and ATP responded to the incident by withdrawing ranking points.

Rybakina took the next 17th place Elena OstapenkoThe 2017 French Open champion defeated the Latvian No. 7 seed Coco Gauff 7-5, 6-3.

“There were times in the game where I was frustrated because usually I can handle the problem, but today I didn’t have much of an answer to what he was doing,” said Gauff, who had more unforced errors (14) than winners (21) but was eight to one on break points, and Ostapenko converted all three.

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No. 3 Jessica PegulaWon No. 20 Barbora Krejcikova 7-5, 6-2 later Sunday, now the women’s top seed remains and the only American woman left.

“It’s fun to be a fav,” said Pegula, who reached his fifth major quarterfinal, looking to advance to his first semifinal. “I don’t feel like a favorite because I’m going up against people who have more success than me.

“I’m playing better than any other Grand Slam quarterfinal.”

Pegula, who has not dropped a set in four matches, is looking to end the longest US women’s major title drought. Sofia Kenin won the 2020 Australian Open) and the longest US men’s and women’s singles major drought in the Open era (since 1968).

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American in the men’s draw Sebastian Corda Despite being the 11th highest seed out of 16 according to PointsBet Sportsbook, he started the day as third favorite to take the title.

Korda, his father, PeterHe won the Australian Open 25 years ago and turned 55 on Monday, then lost to the Polish 10th seed to reach the first quarter-finals. Hubert Hurkach 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 1-6, 7-6 (7).

“When I get in the shower, I scream a little bit,” she said to celebrate. “That’s about it.”

Korda, seeded 29, gets another top seed, No. 18 Karen Khachanov Russia covering Japan Yoshihito Nishioka 6-0, 6-0, 7-6 (4).

The other quarterfinalist in the top half is the highest No. 3 seed left Stefanos Tsitsipas Greece, with the 71st ranked Czech team Jiri LeheckaWho upset No. 6 Felix Auger-Aliassime.

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