Australian Open live: Dylan Alcott makes it through to an eighth consecutive final

25/01/2022 5:09:00 AM
Australian Open live: Dylan Alcott makes it through to an eighth consecutive final

The world No.1 - and finalist for Australian of the Year - breezed past a long-time rival to make the final in his last professional tournament.

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The world No.1 - and finalist for Australian of the Year - breezed past a long-time rival to make the final in his last professional tournament.

Email UsAustralian Openafter beating long-time rival Andy Lapthorne 6-3, 6-0 in their semifinal.The world No.1, who has announced he will be retiring after the tournament, will now take on Dutchman Sam Schroder in the final in a bid to end his glittering career on an even more sparkling note.

Scroll down to see live coverage from day nine of the Australian OpenMeanwhile,Nick Kyrgiosand Thanasi Kokkinakis’s form and on-court showmanship have reignited interest in the men’s doubles tournament at the Open, with patriotic and often boisterous crowds flocking to their matches.

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