Jaywon Nigerian singer, Iledare Oluwajuwonlo, better known by his stage name Jaywon, has lost his father. The singer announced his father’s death on Saturday on his Instagram page. Jaywon, however, did not disclose the cause of his death. Alongside a picture of him, Jaywon wrote: ““Dad, […]
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.”