TOPSHOT - Spain's Rafael Nadal reacts during their men's singles fourth round match against Argentina's Diego Schwartzman on day seven of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 21, 2018.
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Rafael Nadal sees his quarter-final showdown with big-match player Marin Cilic Tuesday as the time to crank up his Australian Open offensive for Grand Slam number 17 .Nadal, who lost to Roger Federer in last year's final, overcame tenacious Argentine Diego Schwartzman in a classic round of 16 encounter and will have to get past former US Open champion Cilic to reach the semi-finals.In Tuesday's other quarter-final in the top half of the draw, Bulgaria's world No.3 Grigor Dimitrov is up against British hope and 49th-ranked Kyle Edmund for a place in the last four. Edmund, the only British man in the draw after five-time finalist Andy Murray's injury withdrawal before the tournament, is having his best run at a Grand Slam.
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