The Australian Open 2014 continues to be an exciting match for tennis fans as the biggest upsets in contemporary tennis history had recently happened. Women’s Tennis two-time champion Victoria Azarenka falls to her knees against Agnieszka Radwanska following a gruelling match set in Australia’s Rod Laver Court scoring 1-6 7-5 0-6. She will then play in the final four for the quarter finals.
World Number one for Women’s Tennis Serena Williams had also lost to Ana Ivanovic after she served Williams with consistent point-for-point returns. However, Ivanovic had lost to Canadian Eugenie Bouchard, who is now the first Canadian tennis player to reach the semifinals of the Australian Open.
Another recent upset was Novak Djokovic losing to five sets against Stanislas Wawrinka with 6-2 4-6 2-6 6-3 7-9, ending the former’s Australian Open winning streak in a precision-laden match that a minor error can cost one the entire game. The entire set had gone on for four hours.
Remaining on top of his game, World Number 6 Roger Federer comes from the ashes of his inconsistent performance in 2013 to win against Andy Murray with 6-3 6-4 6-7(6) 6-3. Murray blames his lack of time spent doing match practice because of his back surgery recovery.