Karen Khachanov (Russia) – Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece)
January 27, around 11:30 a.m. Moscow time
Russian tennis player Karen Khachanov managed to get ahead of his compatriots Daniil Medvedev and Andrei Rublev and has already reached the semi-finals. On the way to this stage, the Russian beat the Spaniard Bernabe Zapata-Miralles, the Australian Jason Kabler, the American Francis Tiafoe, the Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka, or even the American representative Sebastian Korda, who had previously eliminated Daniil Medvedev . Stefanos Tsitsipas beat Frenchman Kenten Alice, Australian Rinki Hidzikata, Dutchman Tallon Grikspor, Italian Yannick Sinner and Czech Jiri Legechka. In the upcoming game, the bookmakers consider Stefanos Tsitsipas as the favorite. The probability of his victory is 71%.
Novak Djokovic (Serbia) – Tommy Paul (USA)
On January 27, around 1:00 p.m. Moscow time, Novak Djokovic continues to fight for another Grand Slam. On his way to the semi-finals, he beat Spaniard Roberto Carballes-Baena, Frenchman Enzo Cuaco, Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, Australian Alex de Minaura and Russian tennis player Andrey Rublev. Tommy Paul beat German Jan-Lennard Struff, Spaniard Alexander Davidovich-Fokina, his compatriot Jenson Brooksby, another Spaniard Roberto Bautista-Aguta and another American Ben Shenton. The bookmakers see Novak Djokovic as the undisputed favorite for the upcoming game. The probability of his victory is 95%.
Elena Rybakina (Kazakhstan) – Victoria Azarenka (Belarus)
On January 26, around 11:30 a.m. Moscow time, Elena Rybakina won Wimbledon this summer. Now she is chasing a second Grand Slam title. At the previous stages, the Kazakh tennis player and native of Moscow beat the Italian Elisabetta Cochcharetto, the Slovenian Kaya Juvan, the American Danielle Collins, the first racket in the world, the Polish Iga Sviontek, and the Latvian tennis player Elena Ostapenko . Victoria Azarenka passed American Sofia Kenin, Argentine Nadia Podoroska, American Madison Keys, Chinese Zhu Lin and another American representative Jessica Pegula. The bookmakers consider Rybakina the favorite for the upcoming match. She has a 68% chance of winning.
Magda Linett (Poland) – Arina Sobolenko (Belarus)
January 26 around 1:00 p.m. Moscow time
Magda Lynette went further than her compatriot Iga Sviontek, who has the status of the world’s leading racket. On the way to this stage, Lynette beat the representative of Egypt Mayar Sherif, then the Estonian Anette Kontaveit, the Russian Ekaterina Alexandrova, the French Caroline Garcia and the representative of the Czech Republic Carolina Pliskova. Sobolenko beat Czech Teresa Martincova, American Shelby Rogers, Belgian Elise Mertens, Swiss tennis player Belinda Bencic and Croatian Donna Vekic. Bookmakers believe that Arina Sobolenko will be able to reach the final. The probability of such an outcome is 83%.
Yaroslav Pyatikh, Athletistic
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