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Australian Open surprise packet Zheng Qinwen’s sweet moment with Rod Laver

Australian Open surprise packet Zheng Qinwen’s sweet moment with Rod Laver

Australian Open surprise packet Zheng Qinwen has been left surprised on two fronts after winning through to the semi-finals.

The 21-year-old is now just two victories away from a remarkable grand slam title that would emulate her idol Li Na’s triumph in Melbourne in 2014.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Zheng Qinwen thanks Rod Laver for attending quarter-final.

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Zheng was received an unexpected visit from Li when the retired champion gate-crashed an interview on the weekend.

And even more shocks were to come on Wednesday night when Zheng learned Rod Laver had been sitting front and centre for her quarter-final.

“Of course I know the guy!” she said, holding the microphone and turning to Laver.

“But I don’t know you are watching. I only focused on that green ball and the opponent. I can’t watch anything around when I’m in court. I’m really happy that such a legend comes here to watch me play. Thanks for that.”

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Zheng Quinwen is through to the semi-final of the Australian Open after beating Anna Kalinskaya. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP

Laver, 85, arrived in Melbourne last Friday from his home base in the US and has watched several matches inside the centre court arena named in his honour.

Zheng, meanwhile, was also informed that her quarter-final victory had — beyond securing a $990,000 pay day — moved her into the world’s top 10 for the first time.

“Thanks for letting me know,” Zheng smiled, prompting Jelena Dokic to question that she didn’t know about the news.

“No, nobody tell me anything … that’s good news for me, another motivation.

“Last year I said when I was in the Australian Open that I wanted to be top 10. And now I’m here. That’s an amazing moment.”

Zheng faces a tight turnaround to reach the final, wrapping up her 6-7 (4-7) 6-3 6-1 win over Anna Kalinskaya just before 10pm on Wednesday night.

The late finish left the Chinese star with less than 24 hours to recover for her showdown with Ukrainian qualifier Dayana Yastremska.

“I don’t know if you can improve in less than 24 hours,” Zheng said.

“Basically I’ll be just trying to recovery and think about what I have to do for the next match … there is nothing I can change too much in 24 hours, right?

“So just keep simple and let’s go for it.”

Ukrainian Dayana Yastremska has gone from qualifier to semi-finalist at the Australian Open. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP

Yastremska sealed her semi-final berth about eight hours earlier.

She is the first qualifier to make the Australian Open semi-finals since 1978, with Thursday’s semi-final to be her ninth match since January 10.

Defending champion Aryna Sabalenka will lock horns with reigning US Open winner and world No.4 Coco Gauff in the other semi-final.

Bidding to become the first woman to win back-to-back crowns since fellow Belarusian Victoria Azarenka in 2012/13, Sabalenka is riding a 12-match winning streak at Melbourne Park.

Gauff has also won her past 12 grand slam matches, meaning something must give on Thursday night.

– with AAP

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