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Australian Open day one: Sofia Kenin crashes out


Sofia Kenin is out

It was a mixed day for Australia at the Australian Open, with a handful of seeds crashing on the first day.

Australia went 3-3 up for the day as Ash Barty claimed an almost perfect victory, Alexander Vukk knocked out 30th seed Lloyd Harris and John Millman counted Feliciano Lopez.

Australian Open upset

But the news did not bode well for Alja Tomaljanok, who beat eight-seeded Paula Budosa, Thanasi Kokinakis, blinded by German Yankee Heinfmann and James Dickworth 6-4 6-0 in a thrilling five-set contest. Were defeated

But even though it wasn’t a great day for Australia, it was a bad day for 2020 champion Sofia Cannon.


The 23-year-old American was the latest big name to fall in the preliminary round, and he is ready for a cruel fall by grace.

According to the WTA Live Rankings, Canon will drop from World No. 13 to World No. 91.

Cannon was defeated 7-6 7-5 by the country’s female Madison Keys, who won the Adelaide International title last week.

This is a terrible fall from the heights of 2020, where he won the Australian Open, made the final of the French Open.


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