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Australian Open 2024 Men’s Singles Semi-final Draw, Players, and Fixture

Melbourne: The Australian Open Men’s Singles was a wild ride, to say the least. Nadal’s Exit, Murray’s 4 am finish, The American uproar – The Men’s Singles at Down Under was a spectacle unrivaled.

As any beginning has an end, the AO 2024 is inching closer to the end. The day-long quest to find the one who gets crowned in Australia is nearing its finale. 128 Draws, 32 Seeds, and 4 Remains. Please scroll down to read who are the four semifinalists at AO2023, their match schedule, and more.

Australian Open 2024 Men’s Singles Semifinal Draw

Novak Djokovic vs Tommy Paul

Venue: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Date and Time: 27th January 2024, 09:00 IST

The second-best player in Men’s Open Era, Serbia’s own Djokovic had heckles and tassels before the competition. Constant Injury Scares seemed to be his middle name, but to the best Djoko just played. Starting his run with a straight-set victory against Baena, Djoko defeated France’s Enzo Couacaud in the second round. He defeated Grigor Dimitrov in the third and Alex de Minaur in the fourth to set up QF Clash with Andrey Rublev. In the Quarters, Djokovic defeated Rublev 6-1 6-2 6-4 and advanced to the semis

Tommy Paul started his campaign by defeating Jan-Lenard Struff in straight sets. He defeated two Spaniards and two fellow Americans in his run to the semifinals. In the second round, he defeated Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in a hard-fought battle and Roberto Agut in the fourth. Among the Americans he defeated were Jenson Brookley in the third round and Ben Shelton in the Quarters.

Karen Khachanov vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

Venue: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Date and Time: 27th January 2024, 09:00 IST

Karen Khachanov, the 2020 Olympics silver medalist defeated Bernabe Miralles in the first round. He continued with the form by eliminating home play Jason Kubler in the second round. The Russian upset the American hope Francis Tiafoe in the third round and moved to the fourth where he stopped Nishioka. In the Quarters, golden boy Sebastian Korda walked over, letting Karen into the semis.

Stefanos Tsitsipas is the highest seed remaining in the World Cup. He started his campaign against Halys in the first round. The Greeks defeated Rinky Hijikata and Tallon Griskapoor in straight sets in the second and third rounds respectively. He faced his most challenging opponent in the fourth round, Janik Sinner. Janik fed Stefanos some uneasy tasks. In the Quarterfinal, Stefanos defeated Jiri Lehecka in yet another routing win to claim the spot in the Australian Open 2024 Men’s Singles Semifinals.

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