Australian Open live updates - Nick Kyrgios/Thanasi Kokkinakis in doubles, Ash Barty and Iga Swiatek in action on Day 11
BARTY UP NEXT
Ash Barty will take to Rod Laver Arena to play Madison Keys as she bids to reach the Australian Open final for the first time in her career.
'It was a hell of an atmosphere' - Barty reacts to reaching semi-finals
SCHRODER SEALS MAIDEN AO TITLE!
Sam Schroder pulls of a stunning upset to beat Dylan Alcott 7-5 6-0 in front of a stunned crowd inside Rod Laver Arena to win the quad wheelchair singles final in one hour and 40 minutes thanks to six breaks of serve from 12 break point opportunities.
ALCOTT 5-7 *0-4 SCHRODER
Schroder is now a double break up! Alcott shakes his head...this was not in the script! The No 1 seed needs all the support he can get from the crowd if he is to pull this back.
ALCOTT 5-7 *0-2 SCHRODER
Momentum is with Schroder. He breaks Alcott again early in the second set after another unforced error from the Australian.
ALCOTT *5-7 SCHRODER
After an hour and 10 minutes Schroder wins the first set! He seals it on the Alcott serve with a fine cross-court winner. The Dutch 22-year-old has silenced the crowd inside Rod Laver Arena.
ALCOTT 5-4* SCHRODER
On his fifth break point opportunity, Alcott is finally able to break on the Schroder serve to move within a game of taking the opening set.
HIGHLIGHTS: KYRGIOS/KOKKINAKIS 7-6(4) 6-4 GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
Highlights: Kyrgios and Kokkinakis send fans wild by reaching doubles final
ALCOTT *1-1 SCHRODER
Alcott secured a break in the first game of Schroder's serve but the Dutchman immediately levels after the Australian fires a smash wide. Perhaps a few nerves on show early on in this final.
ALCOTT IN ACTION
Australia's Dylan Alcott is about to start in his last ever match in the Australian Open quad wheelchair singles final against second seed Sam Schroder.
KYRGIOS: ATMOSPHERE HAS BEEN INSANE
"I’ve played a lot of singles matches around the globe with amazing atmospheres but this week with Thanasi. Nothing beats this, this has been insane," Kyrgios said after the match.
Kokkinakis said: "It's all about the crowd, the atmosphere. That is what gets us going. We worry about the tennis second. We would not have had this result anywhere else it's sick.
"Both of us bring something different. A different energy, a different charisma on the court. We just enjoy it and have fun. I think we're unpredictable and that's why the crowd enjoy it."
KYRGIOS/KOKKINAKIS INTO MEN'S DOUBLES FINAL!
Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis are into the Australian Open men’s final with a 7-6(4) 6-4 win over Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos. The unseeded Australian duo are into a doubles final for the first time in their careers and will face compatriots Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell in an all-Australian battle.
'Insane' - Kyrgios, Kokkinakis reach maiden doubles final after high quality win
KOKKINAKIS/KYRGIOS 7-6(4) *5-4 GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
Kyrgios hits a winner at the net and the crowd come alive as the Australian pair move to within a game of the final.
KOKKINAKIS/KYRGIOS 7-6(4) *4-4 GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
Kyrgios has a few angry words for the umpire over the net cord and then smashes his racquet on the ground after Granollers and Zeballos break back on their third opportunity in the game. We are back on serve in this tight second set!
KOKKINAKIS/KYRGIOS 7-6(4) *4-1 GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
A comfortable service hold from Kokkinakis and the unseeded pair are edging closer to their first ever doubles final.
KOKKINAKIS/KYRGIOS 7-6(4) 2-0* GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
Kokkinakis and Kyrgios are a set and a break up! Kyrgios give he and Kokkinakis three with a stunning forehand winner down the line. The first one Kokkinakis hits into the net. The second a Granollers ace. The third Kokkinakis fires the return out.
Kokkinakis then creates advantage with a forehand winner and seals it on the fourth go as he hits a backhand winner.
KOKKINAKIS/KYRGIOS *7-6(4) GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
Kokkinakis and Kyrgios are a set up! The Australian duo seal the mini break to go 3-2 up. At 5-3 down, Zeballos fires a forehand long and it hands set points to Kyrgios and Kokkinakis, much to the delight of the former who lets out a huge roar.
They drop the first point after a rally where Kyrgios hits through his legs, but take it on the second opportunity as Zeballos fires his backhand serve return long!
KOKKINAKIS/KYRGIOS *6-6 GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
Kokkinakis unleashes a fine forehand winner and we are heading for a tie-break.
UNBELIEVABLE SHOT FROM GRANOLLERS
You do not want to miss this. Marcel Granollers pulled off a stunning shot behind his back against Kyrgios and Kokkinakis midway through this tight first set.
Granollers pulls off stunning shot behind his back against Kokkinakis and Kyrgios
KOKKINAKIS/KYRGIOS *5-5 GRANOLLERS/ZEBALLOS
It has been an extremely tight first set with neither set of players able to even register a break point yet.
The boisterous crowd inside Rod Laver Arena have not been able to distract the experienced No 3 seeds just yet.
KUNIEDA'S DOMINANCE CONTINUES