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F. Fognini vs A. De Minaur | Australian Open
Men's Singles | Round 3 | 13.02.2021 | Margaret Court Arena
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F. Fognini (16)
F. Fognini (16)
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A. De Minaur (21)
A. De Minaur (21)
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Marcus Foley
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Marcus Foley
Updated 13/02/2021 at 12:09 GMT
12:08
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FOGNINI 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 DE MINAUR
There were some edgy moments at the end from Fognini, but the Italian takes his third match point with an unreturnable serve and lets out a huge roar! On the whole, that was a very impressive display from Fognini. De Minaur looked flat, it must be said.
12:01
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FOGINI 5-3 DE MINAUR* (6-4, 6-3)
De Minaur breaks back as Fognini fails to serve out a straight sets victory! This one might not be over yet! The Australian has found something. Has it come too late, though?
11:43
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*FOGNINI 4-1 DE MINAUR (6-4, 6-3)
This one looks as good as finished as Fognini grabs the double break in this third set. It's a long, long way back from this point for De Minaur. The Italian has played some fantastic tennis!
11:19
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FOGNINI 6-3 DE MINAUR (6-4)
And now Fognini takes the second set in 41 minutes. This has been very efficient tennis from the Italian. You can't really see a De Minaur comeback coming here. He's so flat right now which is a bit of a shame for the spectacle.
11:11
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*FOGNINI 4-2 DE MINAUR (6-4)
Fognini breaks in the second set and he now has a firm grip of this third round match. De Minaur just seems a bit flat. That likely wouldn't be the case with 10,000 Aussies in this stadium!
10:38
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FOGINI 6-4 DE MINAUR
Fognini takes the first set and it was a peculiar set. All the drama was loaded towards the finish when three successive breaks saw the Italian edge it 6-4. More unforced errors, but also more winners, from Fognini.