Rafael Nadal beat Cameron Nori in straight sets to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the forty-ninth time, Rafael Nadal beat a spirited performance from Cameron Nori to reach the fourth round at the Australian Open and end British singles interest. The Spanish second seed, aiming for a record number 21 in the men’s Grand Slam, continued their lead with a 7-5, 6-2, 7-5 victory over world No. 69, Nuri at the empty Rod Laver Arena, and the 34-year-old Nadal did not lose. Year after group in Melbourne Park after his first three games and he will face Italian Fabio Funini, who beat Australian Alex De Minor 6-4 6-3 6-4. The 2009 champ said that Saturday was the first day he felt “less pain” in his back and was able to return to his normal movement again because he prevented Nuri from reaching the round of 16 in the Grand Slam for the first time. “On the first day I feel better,” This is the most important thing to me today, more than anything else, ”added the 34-year-old Nadal,“ Today was the first day I started serving his regular service again. Yesterday, I did not train, so today I started warming up with normal movement. “The biggest victory is that the back is better on the first day.” Cameron Nori was playing with Rafael Nadal for the first time after a tense start, with Nuri saving breakpoints in his first two service matches, the 25-year-old British advanced by a fracture of his own to lead 3-2 Nadal responded with a break of love, before Nuri’s level. He dropped because he was unable to take the first set in the tiebreak after breaking himself in the Canadian time in the twelfth half, number 2 dominated the second set, but Nuri, who found himself the only British actor in the last 32 major draws for the second time in the last three major tournaments, has shown resilient determination Wonderful admiration during the tight third set. Nuri saved two break points in the opening game of the group and seemed ready to take the tiebreaker, only for Nadal, who made 35 easy fouls, to break his unseeded opponent to claim victory in 2 hours 14 minutes. Nuri: “I want more of myself” Nuri said, despite some frustration with his performance in periods of the match, he believes he can take confidence from his journey to the third round from now on. There are a lot of positives to be taken and Nuri, who plans to travel to play in Singapore later this month, said, “A lot of things that I want to improve and a lot of things that I want to put in place in my game.” But, I think I want more. Myself… It was obviously difficult to play with him, but it was a perfectly good experience. ”Daniel Medvedev extended his winning streak to 17 matches to join the Russian consignment in the fourth round of the Australian Open, and Daniel Medvedev won a five-set match for the Australian Open. The first time in his career, as the fourth seed survived the fear he witnessed mid-game, which led to the exit of his coach, the Russian, who extended his winning streak to 17 games, including his successful career to the title in the 2020 ATP Finals that ended the season, She looked good against Philippe Krajinovic, leading two groups, but the Serbian player responded to send him the winner, only to Medvedev to highlight why he was the favorite for the tournament as he won 6-3 6-3 4-6 3-6 6-0 Medvedev is known as a fickle character. And it’s not the first time that Servara’s generation has seen enough, as the Russian repeatedly yells at his chest after losing a two-set lead. Medvedev felt that was the right decision, saying, “I don’t know what was going through his head, but at least what he said was that he was sure I was going to win, and he just wanted to leave me alone to be calm.” Sometimes I might disagree but this time definitely was good. Thing we do. It happens once a year, twice a year maximum, maybe once every two years, but it helped today, and for sure we’ll talk about it a little bit, but no big problem. ”MacKenzie MacDonald beat South Africa’s Lloyd Harris 7-6 (9-7) (6-1, 6-4) to set a meeting with Medvedev. Next Russian-American MacKenzie MacDonald, who reached the Round of 16 in Grand Slam for the first time, will face Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated his quarantine partner Mikael Yemer for losing six matches Stefanos Tsitsipas, the fifth seed, gave a dominating performance To defeat his friend Mikael Ymir 6-4 6-1 6-1 to advance to the fourth round The finalist will meet in Melbourne Park in 2019, the ninth-seeded Italian Matteo Perrettini after he got the best three breaks for a tie against Karen Khachanov, and Tsitsipas and passing were two coaching partners During the two-week quarantine period, the Greek felt it helped him. Fans missed Melbourne Park. Tsitsipas said: “I played every set of training exercises with him, which clearly helped, and it was similar conditions for me today as I entered the stadium in Third round match as it happened during Quarantine. “Seventh seed Andrei Rublev is another very imposing player who has continued their smooth lead with a 7-5 6-2 6-3 draw over veteran Feliciano Lopez. Novak Djokovic said he had a torn stomach muscle during his five-set win over Taylor Fritz and hadn’t trained for a day.” Saturday was as expected, and defending champion Novak Djokovic did not train on Saturday after suffering what he believed to be a torn stomach muscle while playing.He defeated Taylor Fritz by five sets, and is set to face top seed Milos Raonic on Sunday night, but has expressed doubts about his ability to play. Arriving on the field, however, Australian Open coach Craig Tilly was confident of the Serbian ability to overcome his injury and compete. It’s flexible, it’s strong, ”Tilly told Australian Channel Nine.“ He’s going to wake up today and figure out what he’s up to and go get the right treatment. The way it was, these two groups, I was so amazed. “But I saw him play here, this is his stadium, and he feels comfortable in it, and he just chooses his style of play and is doing well.” Meanwhile, the bearers of my doubles men champions Joe Salisbury and Rajeev come in. Ram through a decisive set to win over Serbian Tomislav Prikic and Pakistani Issam – Al-Haq Qureshi 6-3 4-6 6-2, and Australian fifth seed John Pearce and Michael Venus of New Zealand play after that, Neil Skobsky and his brother Kane lost 3-6, 7-6 ( 7). -5) 6-4 defeats by Australian John Melman and Brazilian Thiago Monteiro, and their British teammates Luke Bambridge and Dom Inglot were knocked out in the second round after losing 6-4 7-5 to the ninth seed Evan Dodge and Philip Polasic. Likewise was the disappointment of Dan Evans and his Moldovan partner, Radu Albot, losing 6-1 7-6 (7-2) to seventh seed Horia Tekao and Marcelo Melo: Don’t forget to follow us on skysports.com/tennis, our Twitter account at skysportstennis & Sky Sports. – wherever you are! Available for download now on – iPhone, iPad and Android.