Australian Open finals

19.02.2021

The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of the year, played in the Australian summer swelter of Melbourne. The famous tennis tournament wraps up its 2021 edition this weekend with the finals. Tennis fans around the world can look forward to finals in the men’s and the women’s competition.

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Men’s singles final (Sunday, February 21)

In the men’s singles competition, we have a huge surprise: Greek youngster Stefanos Tsitsipas beat living legend Rafael Nadal on his way to the semi-finals! At the moment of writing, that leaves 4 men still in contention for the Grand Slam. Tsitsipas is matched up with Daniil Medvedev in these semi-finals.

All eyes were on this edition’s revelation, Aslan Karatsev. The Russian underdog suddenly found himself in the spotlight, but faced his toughest task yet against none other than Novak Djokovic. The Serbian master himself proved too tough, and so gets a chance to go for his 18th Grand Slam title here.

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Women’s singles final (Saturday, February 20)

Despite her 39 years of age, it would have seemed logical to see Serena Williams in the final. Talk about indefatigable! In this 2021 edition of the Australian Open, she was on her way to a mind-blowing 24th Grand Slam title, until Japan’s Naomi Osaka stopped Williams’s voracious tennis appetite.

With Williams’s exit, a wholly American final is off the table. In the other semi-final, Czechian Karolína Muchová was no match for American Jennifer Brady. That means that the women’s final, on Saturday, will be between Osaka and Brady. Neither has won the Australian Open. Who will write history?

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