Roger Federer vs Hyeon Chung Australian Open semi-final: Roger Federer is currently only two matches far from shielding his Australian Open title in what might be the twentieth Grand Slam triumph of his profession. With Rafael Nadal out, he is considerably more emphatically supported to win. He plays the Korean Hyeon Chung in the semi-last, definitely knowing whether it will be Marin Cilic or Kyle Edmund anticipating him on Sunday.
Roger Federer vs Hyeon Chung
Competition: Australian Open semi-final
Match starts (not before): 08:30
Stadium: Rod Laver Arena
Roger Federer versus Hyeon Chung: Australian Open semi-last match review
Marin Cilic beat Kyle Edmund in straight sets in the primary Australian Open semi-last.
Presently it is the turn of Roger Federer and Hyeon Chung, who is the undoubted huge amazement of the Australian Open.
While there is a considerable measure of adoration for Chung – the principal South Korean to achieve a Grand Slam semi-last EVER… Federer is seemingly the best tennis player that at any point lived and ought to have excessively for the 21-year-old.
Can Hyeon Chung beat Roger Federer?
Roger Federer – number two on the planet – and Hyeon Chung – 58 on the planet – have shockingly never confronted each other in an official match.
This could maybe give Chung favorable position, yet it appears to be improbable that Federer will be ignorant of what his South Korean rival can do.
Chung has achieved the semi-finals by beating Novak Djokovic in the fourth round. Furthermore, the radiantly named Tennys Sandgren in the quarter-finals.
Nicknamed “The Professor” – because of his particular glasses – Chung has sent South Korea wild and there will be a lot of individuals tuning in for this Federer coordinate.
Tranquil Roger Federer
Roger Federer might be 36 however he remains the staggering most loved to win this match against Chung.
The Swish veteran has been splendid once more in this Grand Slam, looking quiet against Tomas Berdych in the straight sets win in the quarter-last.
Federer conceded that he knows minimal about Chung: “I barely know Chung. I’ve barely addressed him. I had one Nike appearance once with Edmund over in London. That is about it. Possibly else I’ve shaken his hand twice and talked a couple of words to him.”
The Swiss legend will be very much aware that in the event that he can see off Chung and after that Cilic in the last, his twentieth Grand Slam – another record – will be a reality.