Novak Djokovic remains on course to defend his Australian Open champion, having qualified for the semi-finals thanks to a victory over David Ferrer. He is now awaited Andy Murray, his opponent in the final last year.
Tough battle to be lived Djokovic, the world’s best tennis player son today, before it can overcome Ferrer who is seeded fifth tournament at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Park, Wednesday (25/01/2012) evening local time, with a 6-4, 7-6, and 6-1.
The first set begins with a rigorous after Djokovic and Ferrer alike can maximize their respective games serve until 2-2. But in five games to break Djokovic success, which proved crucial because after that he could keep going and win this set.
In the second set runs more fierce battle started with a slick though Djokovic. Jump to the break, he then winning 2-0.
Ferrer then got up, and thanks to breaknya he could make the position finished 2-2. Both players then both do break again at the end of the set so that the game entered the tie-break, which could be won by Djokovic (7-4).
In the third set, Djokovic serve at once to maximize the gaming break for a 3-0 lead quickly. Ferrer ultimately given only one point in the set that lasted 30 minutes, because the ace from Djokovic finally closed the game.
The result left the Australian Open semifinals in the sector’s son will be filled by the four top-seeded tennis player; Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Murray.
In the semifinals, Djokovic will fight for the top party ticket with Murray, while Nadal against Federer for a place in the finals.