Australian Open: Evergreen Federer to much for South Korean, Chung



A ruthless Roger Federer handed wounded Chung Hyeon an old-fashioned schooling before the South Korean quit with blistered feet in a damp squib of an Australian Open semi-final on Friday.

Federer was detained for only 62 minutes under the Rod Laver Arena roof as his opponent threw in the towel trailing 6-1 5-2.

The Swiss thus set up a final against Croatia’s Marin Cilic who pummeled another young gun, Kyle Edmund, on Thursday.

The 36-year-old defending champion swarmed all over the world number 58 from the first game, breaking immediately before repeating the feat twice more to grab the opening set in 33 minutes.

When Chung held serve for 1-1 in the second set, a huge cheer erupted from an Australia Day crowd who had hoped to witness a classic battle of the generations.

But the bespectacled 21-year-old, nicknamed ‘the professor’, simply had no answer to…

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