Chung subjected Djokovic to arguably the biggest upset of the year’s first Grand Slam.
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The Australian Open will lose one of its giant killers when South Korean Chung Hyeon meets American Tennys Sandgren in an unlikely quarterfinal showdown at the Rod Laver Arena Wednesday.Chung subjected his boyhood idol to arguably the biggest upset of the year's first Grand Slam when he prevailed 7-6(4) 7-5 7-6(3) over six-time champion Novak Djokovic, who was out-gunned by a younger and fitter version of himself Monday.Sandgren failed to win a match in his two previous main draw appearances at Grand Slams before arriving at Melbourne Park and he attributes the turnaround to his round of 32 defeat to Chung in Auckland.
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