Gallery: A drama-filled day at the Australian Open as Roger Federer falls
There were a couple of upsets on day seven as Roger Federer was knocked out by the Rafael Nadal juggernaut rolled on at the 2019 Australian Open.
Man in the middle Frances Tiafoe.
Man in the middle turned into man without a shirt after beating Grigor Dimitrov.
Amanda Anisimova deep in thought during her 6-2, 6-1 defeat at the hands of Petra Kvitova.
Tennis ball incoming for Ashleigh Barty, who stunned Maria Sharapova to reach the quarter-final.
It’s the end of the road for Angelique Kerber, who was beaten by Danielle Collins.
Can you guess who it is? It’s Rafael Nadal, who saw off Tomas Berdych.
Man of the moment Nadal.
Stefanos Tsitsipas takes a breather during his match against Roger Federer.
But the youngster was making the defending champion Federer toil.
The Greek sensation eventually beat the 20-time Grand Slam winner in four sets.
He will face Roberto Bautista Agut next.
The Spaniard accounted for 2018 runner-up Marin Cilic’s exit.
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