Dzabor was eliminated, and Murray went through the match, which lasted nearly six hours

Out of the top 64, Onsz Dzabur, seeded second in women’s singles, was knocked out by the grueling Australian International Tennis Championships in Melbourne, the Australian Open. The Tunisian was defeated by the youngster Marketa Vondrousova. In the men’s category, Andy Murray and Thanasi Kokkinakis played against each other for nearly six hours.

Onsz Dzabur left the Australian Open unexpectedly early (Picture: Getty Images)

The second seed in the women’s singles said goodbye to a big upset Onsz Jabur, Czech ones Marketa Vondrousova He surprised me. The finalist at last year’s Wimbledon and the last US Open has already lost her first serve, so Vondrousová gained an early advantage of 3: 0 – this difference decided the whole group, and Dzabur ended up losing 6: 1. The Tunisian rose in the second game (5: 7), But he made a lot of mistakes in the third set, as in the first, and unexpectedly got out of the first Grand Slam tournament of the year. Vondrousová made it to the top 16 at Melbourne Park in 2021, returning after a lengthy injury last November.

The three-time Grand Slam winner advanced in a massive fight Britain’s Andy Murray who was defeated by the Australian in a long match Thansi Kokkinakis. The routine Brit bounced back after two losing sets during the 5-hour, 45-minute encounter. The third match, like the second, was decided on short notice, but this time in favor of Murray. The two-time Olympic champion won the fourth set 6:3, and the final set 7:5 amid great excitement, so he will certainly be among the top 32.

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AUSTRALIAN OPEN, MELBOURNE (AU$76,500,000, HARD COURT)
one for the woman
Second round (to reach 32)
Vondrousova (Czech Republic) – Djebbour (Tunisia, 2) 6:1, 5:7, 6:1

one male
Second round (to reach 32)

Murray (UK) – Kokkinakis (Australia) 4:6, 6:7 (4-7), 7:6 (7-5), 6:3, 7:5

Previously
one male
Second round (to reach 32)

Ron (Denmark, 9th place) – Chrissie (USA) 7:5, 6:4, 6:4
Ponzi (French) – Carreño (Spanish, 14th place) 4:6, 4:6, 7:6 (7-5), 6:1, 7:6
De Minaur (Australia) – Mannarino (France) 7:6 (7-3), 4:6, 6:4, 6:1
Dimitrov (Bulgaria, 27) – Djeri (Gyor, Serbia) 6:3, 6:2, 6:0
Djokovic (Serbia, 4) – Kwakod (France) 6: 1, 6: 7 (5-7), 6: 2, 6: 0
Popperen (Australian) – Fritz (USA, 8) 6:7 ​​(4-7), 7:6 (7-2), 6:4, 6:7 (6-8), 6:2
mm (US) – a. Zverev (Germany, 12th) 6:7 ​​(1-7), 6:4, 6:3, 6:2
Bautista (Spain, 24) – Holt (USA) 4:6, 2:6, 6:3, 6:2, 6:2

Rublev (Russian, fifth) – Russovori (Finnish) 6: 2, 6: 4, 6: 7 (2-7), 6: 3
Evans (UK, 25) – Chardy (France) 6:4, 6:4, 6:1
Humbert (French) – Kudla (American) 6:2, 6:7 (7-5), 6:2, 6:4
Wolfe (American) – Schwartzman (Argentina, 23rd place) 6: 1, 6: 4, 6: 4
Paul (American) – Davidovich (ESP, 30) 6:2, 2:6, 6:7 (7-4), 6:3, 6:4
Broxby (USA) – Rudd (Norway, 2) 6:3, 7:5, 6:7 (4-7), 6:2
Shelton (USA) – Gary (Chile) 7: 6 (7-3), 7: 6 (7-3), 7: 5

one for the woman
Second round (to reach 32)
Grazova (Russian) – Stefanini (Italian) 6: 3, 6: 1
Garcia (France, fourth) – Fernandez (Canada) 7:6 (7-5), 7:5
Barrezas (Spain) – Potapova (Russia) 6: 3, 6: 2

K. Pliskova (Czech Republic, 30.) – Putintseva (Kazakhstan) 6: 0, 7: 5
Zhang Suai (Chinese, 23) – Martic (Croatian) 6:3, 6:3
Volynets (American) –V. Kugermetova (Russia, 9th place) 6:4, 2:6, 6:2
Linette (Poland) – Kontaveit (Estonia, 16th) 3:6, 6:3, 6:4
Alexandrova (Russian, 19) – Townsend (American) 1:6, 6:2, 6:3
Siegemund (German) – Peugeot (Roman, 27) 5:7, 7:5, 6:3
Szabelenka (Belarusian, 5) – Rogers (American) 6:3, 6:1
Mertens (Belgium, 26) – Davis (USA) 6:4, 6:3
Giorgi (Italian) – Schmiedlova (Slovakian) 6:4, 6:3
Barrezas (Spain) – Potapova (Russia) 6: 3, 6: 2
Vekic (Croatian) – Samsonova (Russian) 6: 3, 6: 0
L. Fruhvirtová (Czech Republic) – Birrell (Australia) 6:3, 6:2

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