Demon says ‘it feels different this time’ as he storms into fourth round, but danger looms as stars await

webnexttech | Demon says ‘it feels different this time’ as he storms into fourth round, but danger looms as stars await
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Alex de Minaur has again reached the last 16 at the Australian Open as he hunts a maiden quarter-final at his home grand slam.By ending Italian qualifier Flavio Cobolli’s impressive run in Melbourne with a 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 cakewalk on Friday night, de Minaur becomes the first Australian man to reach at least the fourth round in three consecutive years since Lleyton Hewitt between 2003 and 2005.
The in-form world No.10 was expected to do this, particularly after taking three top-10 scalps at the United Cup at the start of the month, and has reached that point in his career where the bar has been raised.
“It feels a bit different this time,” de Minaur said.
“We’re getting to the tailend of the tournament and the matches are definitely going to be very tough.
I’m looking forward to it.
I’ve played some great tennis, started the year amazingly, and hopefully, I can keep it going.”

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