Stefanos Tsitsipas to face Jiri Lehecka in Australian Open quarter final

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Stefanos Tsitsipas will face Czech tennis player Jiri Lehecka in the quarter final of the Australian Open tonight at around 8pm.

The match will be Tsitsipas’ second meeting with Lehecka. The Greek first faced the Czech at Rotterdam last year and narrowly beat him for a place in the semi-finals.

Tsitsipas is the favourite to win the match and he is chasing his third consecutive Australian Open semi-final appearance.

Earlier on Tuesday, Karen Khachanov and Sebastian Korda are in action, with both players appearing in their maiden Australian Open quarter-final.

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