The Australian Open quarterfinals are reached by Novak Djokovic, who matches Roger Federer’s record with three losses

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On Sunday, Novak Djokovic stunned France’s Adrian Mannarino with a 6-0, 6-0, 6-3 triumph, advancing him to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.

As a result, the Serb has reached the final eight of a grand slam tournament for the 58th time, which is the same number as Roger Federer’s all-time record.

Djokovic, who is attempting to set a new record by winning a record-extending 25th grand slam trophy, had been put through challenging tests in the first two rounds of this tournament, losing a set in each of them. However, it appears that he has regained his groove as the second week of the tournament draws near.

With a 6-0, 6-0, and 6-3 victory over Adrian Mannarino of France on Sunday, Novak Djokovic was able to advance to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. This remarkable performance allowed him to advance to the next round.

Australian Open quarterfinals are reached by Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic celebrates after defeating Adrian Mannarino. (Image Credit: CNN)

As a result, the Serb has reached the final eight of a grand slam tournament for the 58th time, which is the same number as Roger Federer’s all-time record.

Djokovic, who is attempting to set a new record by winning a record-extending 25th grand slam trophy, had been put through challenging tests in the first two rounds of this tournament, losing a set in each of them. However, it appears that he has regained his groove as the second week of the tournament draws near.

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After the match, Fritz was quoted as saying, “The last three games of the match I really, really turned it on, almost like [I] was in a trance and everything,” as stated on the website of the event.

“I just had a wonderful feeling. I had the impression that I was aware of the optimum shot to take and the appropriate choice to make on each and every ball. It’s wonderful. Since it has been quite some time since I’ve experienced that sensation, it instills a great deal of confidence in me.

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While everything was going on, his countrywoman Coco Gauff also made it to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open for the very first time. She did so by claiming a commanding 6-1, 6-2 victory over Magdalena Frech of Poland. everything victory was her eleventh consecutive grand slam match, which includes her victory at the US Open.

Gauff’s performances, which are becoming increasingly confident, make it easy to forget that she is still a teenager. Gauff, who is 19 years old, confirms that she feels the same way.

Against Magdalena Frech, Coco Gauff played quite well. (Image Credit: AP News)

According to what she shared with the reporters after the event, “I just feel like I’ve lived so many lives over the past four years that I just feel older than 19 overall.” “Yeah, I find that I forget my age quite frequently,” she said.

She will compete against Marta Kostyuk of Ukraine, making her the youngest woman to go to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open since Agnieszka Radwanska in 2008.

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