Later on on center court, all eyes will be on the fitness of Rafael Nadal, who is trying to prove that he is healthy enough to be 21 Record winning Grand Slam title

Follow the fourth night of the 2021 Australian Open on our live blog below, along with the live results and the order of the game at the end of the article

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The best-placed Australian male player Alex de Minaur achieved his best performance in the third round of the Australian Open after sending Pablo Cuevas from Uruguay

The Australian had never played before with Cuevas, the 35 year old world Nr72, but won 6-3 6-3 7-5

De Minaur will next face the fiery Italian 16 Seed Fabio Fognini, who defeated compatriot Salvatore Caruso in a match, in which there were then violent arguments

After de Minaur’s match, the Australian flair continues on Show Court 1 with Sam Stosur in the second round of their home slam for the first time since 2015

Stosur is an underdog against Jessica Pegula from America, the daughter of the owners of the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. The 26-year-old reached the third round of the US Open last year

Rafael Nadal is the main center court event on the fourth night after a teenage star was knocked out by number five

Svitolina has been in the top 5 in the world for several years, but has only reached two slam semi-finals – Wimbledon and the US Open, both in 2019 – and never made it to the quarter-finals at Melbourne Park

Gauff came on stage last year when she stunned Venus Williams and defending champion Naomi Osaka on their way to the fourth round at her first Australian Open at the age of 15 and lost to future champion Sofia Kenin

Second in the Rod Laver Arena is the 23-year-old American qualifier Michael Mmoh against 20-time slam winner Rafael Nadal

The question is not so much whether Nadal is the better player, but whether he is fit enough to get deep into this tournament after canceling the prep sessions with a back complaint

If Nadal can’t make it out of his half of the draw, the favorite is probably Russian fourth Daniil Medvedev, who is also in action tonight

The Slovenian Kaja Juvan has reached the third round of a Grand Slam for the first time, although she vomited several times on the pitch

In a two-hour, 39-minute marathon, Juvan came out of defeat to defeat the Egyptian Mayar Sherif 3: 6: 7: 6 (2): 6: 3

The match ended with both women bowing in distress after playing in muggy conditions in Melbourne Park

Juvan, however, seemed to have had worse things than the loser She reportedly vomited twice during the game and then again after the win

Unreal effort by both Kaja Juvan gets sick again on the pitch after defeating Mayar Sherif 3: 6, 7: 6 (2), 6: 3 in 2 hours and 39 minutes Juvan saved 16/19 break points on Twittercom / IvqlfoOP1Y

Incredible physical fight between Mayar Sherif and Kaja Juvan, the 20-year-old Slovenian fought his way through two fits of vomiting and eventually subjugated the fighting Sherif to win 6-3, 6-7 (2), 6-3, second longest game of the # AO2021 on the side of the women so far at 2 p.m., 39 minutes pictureTwittercom / sgCfWccMBE

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