Naomi Osaka advances to her first Australian Open quarterfinal

Serena relentlessly marches on as Osaka, Svitolina survive scares

Osaka advances against wily Sevastova

The 2018 US Open champion, targeting back-to-back Grand Slam victories, now trails Svitolina 3-2 in their head to head, having lost both hard-court encounters against the Ukrainian in straight sets previous year in Dubai and Miami.

Despite being the reigning US Open champion and one of the world's best players, Osaka has admitted she hasn't really felt the love from the Melbourne public.

Incredible performance from Naomi Osaka that under everything sort of pressure manages to win an extremely complicated match against Su-Wei Hsieh.

The Canadian got broken in the opening game of the match but then stormed back by winning eight games in a row to take a 6-1 2-0 lead.

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Since winning the WTA Finals at the end of 2018, Svitolina has been playing with great confidence which has been a huge reason for her success at this tournament. "I just play each match at a time, play as hard as I can and do the best I can".

"She played pretty flawless", said Venus, who exits before the fourth round at a fifth consecutive Grand Slam tournament. Japan's Naomi Osaka reacts during her match against Latvia's Anastasija Sevastova.

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The game was nearly as long as the entire second set with Keys crumbling after she failed to take advantage of the numerous break-point chances.

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Japan's first-ever Grand Slam champion hit 41 winners, including eight aces and collected 42 unforced errors, almost half of those in the first set. She was playing really well. "You should bring this wig and if you want to walk around, just throw it on and put on some sunglasses".

The Japanese fourth seed was staring down the barrel at 4-2 in the second set at Margaret Court Arena, driven to distraction by double-sided Hsieh's angled shots and stout defence. "Against a quality player like him, it's tough to come back from that", Zverev said post-match.

World number one Novak Djokovic outclassed young Russian Daniil Medvedev in four sets in the day's last match to set up a quarter-final clash with the Japanese. This time though, she struggled to get them back in play. I just told myself I'm going to die or win so it was just a mental game. "And I'm normal too", she said.

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