[Sports Center/Comprehensive Report] American tennis player Tommy Paul beat compatriot Sheldon 7:6 (8:6), 6:3, 5:7, 6:4 in the Australian Open men's singles final 8 (Ben Shelton), won the "American Civil War" and advanced to the semi-finals of the Grand Slam for the first time in his career.
The two sides held each other's serve in the first set and entered the tiebreaker. When the fierce battle reached a 6:6 tie, Paul scored 2 points in a row at the critical moment and successfully won the victory.
In the second set, Paul continued his momentum and successfully broke serve in the 6th game. After that, he successfully kept his serve and opened up to a 5:2 lead, firmly grabbing the advantage of drawing cards.
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(European News Agency)
In the third set, Sheldon broke his opponent's 2 serve games, including a key break in the 12th game, and successfully extended the battle line. But in the 4th set, Shelton was broken in the first serve game and fell into a disadvantage. Seize the opportunity to take the lead, keep your serve firmly, and win this fierce battle of 3 hours and 6 minutes.
Paul snatched the top 4 tickets of the Australian Open men's singles. The American men's singles player who reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open.