Jannik Sinner ended Novak Djokovic’s bid for a record 25th Grand Slam title on Friday, snapping the Serb’s astonishing 33-match winning run at Melbourne Park to reach his first major final.

Sinner displayed an impressive game on Friday in the opening two sets, and despite losing a closely contested third set, bounced back admirably to see off the Djokovic challenge who lost by 6-1 6-2 6-7 (6-8) 6-3.

Sinner will now await the winner between Russian third seed Alexander Zverev and German Sixth seed Daniil Medvedev, who will be shortly out for the men’s singles second semifinal.

Djokovic exit will bring forth a new name on the Australian Open men’s singles trophy. He expressed his disbelief over his exist.

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“I was, in a way, shocked with my level, you know, in a bad way,” he said.

“There was not much I was doing right in the first two sets.

“I guess this is one of the worst Grand Slam matches I’ve ever played, at least that I remember,” he added.