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Stefanos Tsitsipas continued his history-making charge at the Australian Open after a four-set victory over Roberto Bautista Agut saw the 20-year-old reach the semi-finals.
After becoming the first Greek to reach a Grand Slam quarter-final when beating Roger Federer, Tsitsipas’ 7-5 4-6 6-4 7-6 (7-2) win over Bautista Agut saw him become the youngest men’s semi-finalist at Melbourne Park since Andy Roddick reached the last four 16 years ago.
Tsitsipas dug deep to overcome 30-year-old Bautista Agut, battling from a break down to take both sets one and three before dominating the fourth-set tie-break to wrap up the win after three hours and 19 minutes on court.
Standing between Tsitispas and a place in Sunday’s final will be either Rafael Nadal or Frances Tiafoe, who go head to head live on Eurosport later on Tuesday.
“It all feels like a fairy tale. I’m just living the dream. I feel a bit emotional, but not too much as I really worked hard to get here,” Tsitsipas said.
” I said my goal this year was a Grand Slam semi, I thought I was crazy, but no, it is real – it just happened.”