CHUNG HYEON will face reigning champion Roger Federer within the semi-finals of the Australian Open on Friday.
The 21-year-old has made it into the ultimate 4 of a Grand Slam for the primary time in his profession after beating Tennys Sandgren in straight units.
Within the fourth spherical, Hyeon prompted one of many shocks of the match when he beat Novak Djokovic in straight units.
Who’s Chung Hyeon?
CHUNG began taking part in tennis at a younger age.
He was instructed it could be a great way to keep up his eyesight after he was required to put on glasses as a younger boy.
As a junior he quickly began turning heads profitable the Junior Orange Bowl boys under-12s title and signed as much as the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Florida in 2008.
In 2013, he received his first ITF Junior title and was runner-up within the 2013 Wimbledon Boy’s Singles inside a month.
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What are the highlights of his career so far?
Chung moved full-time to the men’s professional game in 2014 and won 3 Futures tournaments and the Bangkok Open in the same year.
His first Grand Slam game came in 2015 at Wimbledon where he lost in the first round but he was awarded the ATP Most Improved Player award after climbing the rankings.
In 2017, Chung won the Next Generation ATP Finals in Milan defeating Andrey Rublev in the final.
What has he won in career prize money?
BEFORE the Australian Open, he had won £1.1million in prize money.
If he wins the tournament, he will take home £2.3million and £1.16million if he is the runner-up.
For making it through to the semi-finals, he has already guaranteed £509,000.