Australian Open 2024: Daniil Medvedev prevails in straight sets win to reach fourth round

Check out what Daniil Medvedev had to say after winning his third round match at the Australian Open 2024 tournament on Saturday in straight sets only on

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Russian World Number three Daniil Medvedev has reached the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday. It was an easy straight-sets win over Canadian player Auger–Aliassme in what was a one-sided contest.

The final result was 6-3, 6-4, and 6-3 in favour of Medvedev as he will face Nuno Borges in the next round. Meanwhile, Carlos Alcaraz has also won his third-round march over JC Shang after the Chinese gave give a walkover. 

The next opponent for the Spanish World Number Two is Miomir Kecamanovic of Serbia. Novak Djokovic is already through to the next round with a win over Argentine Tomas Etcheverry.

Daniil Medvedev wins an easy match

It was an easy game for the Russian World Number Daniil Medvedev during the Australian Open 2024. On Saturday the Russian showed all of his skills to win the game easily and move into the fourth round. 

The match did not last long as his opponent from Canada didn’t put up much fight. In the fourth round, Medvedev will face unseeded Nuno Borges from Portugal. Both players used the big serve to dish out 8 Aces each. While the Canadian won just 1 break point the Russian big man won five break points. It was an easy stroll in the park as the match finished well past the midnight of Australian time. 

After the match ended, Medvedev said “It was not easy, I’m not feeling fresh, I’m not feeling 100 percent. It was tough, especially after the last match that I had. I felt it was hard for me when I ran, so I always tried to give him a tough shot so I didn’t have to run. Finally, especially, in the third set I managed to pull of some good shots and am happy about my game”

The 26-year-old has already played a five-set game and then followed it up with a three-set game. With Melbourne witnessing high temperatures yet again it is taking a toll on the health of many players.