Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic – Quarter-Final – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Australian Open
When is Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic on and what time does it start? Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic will take place on Wednesday 25th January, 2023 – not before 08:30 (UK)
Where is Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic taking place? Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic will take place at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia
What surface is Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic being played on? Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic will take place on an outdoor hard court
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What channel is Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic on in the UK? Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic will be televised live on Eurosport
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World number six Andrey Rublev eventually came out on top of a topsy-turvy five sets nail-biter with Holger Rune on Monday to boost some confidence coming into this toughest of draws. The 25-year-old has reached the quarter-finals of the Australian Open for the second time and for an overall seventh time at Grand Slams but he has yet to make a semi-final.
World number five Novak Djokovic put in the best performance of his season so far on Monday, defeating an initially strong-looking Alex de Minaur to the tune of just five conceded games. The 35-year-old extended his incredible winning streak in Australia to 38 matches and his Australian Open-specific streak to 25 after winning on each of his last three appearances here in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Djokovic is the record title-holder in Melbourne with nine and if he wins his 10th this weekend he can level Rafael Nadal’s Men’s record of 22 Grand Slams.
Andrey Rublev stunned Novak Djokovic to win the Belgrade Open on clay last summer but the Serb has won both of their hardcourt encounters in each of the past two ATP Finals. Djokovic’s hamstring appears to be holing up or he would not have been able to blast Alex de Minaur off the face of Rod Laver Arena on Monday if the Serb can maintain that level there is no-one left in the draw that can stop him from levelling that Men’s record. Rublev’s confidence is delicate right now and he already suggested he does not believe he fares a chance here in his post-match interview on Monday. Back Djokovic to win in straight sets.