He is still wearing a compression sleeve during his matches, and is now into the fourth round at the Australian Open, his first tournament since Wimbledon last July. "I have to be strong, if I can, on my legs, and just stay there, playing fast, opening the court, as I do all the time".
Chung showed another sign of his promise by coolly closing out a five-set win over German fourth seed Alexander Zverev, a player many pundits have widely tipped as a future grand slam victor.
Djokovic was cagey when asked about the medical time-out after booking an 11th fourth-round appearance at Melbourne Park.
"I actually think the organisation is doing him a favour by treating him like s**t", he said.
Hsieh certainly made the most of her time back in the spotlight, returning to the fourth round at a major for the first round in a decade.
One half of the quarterfinals at the 2018 Australian Open is set, and the other half will be determined on Sunday.
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She finished a 14-shot rally early in the second set by racing to the net and reaching at full stretch to track down a drop shot and send a forehand victor over the net post.
The 30-year-old said he wouldn't be getting ahead of himself despite his impressive performance.
She served out the set at love and then got critical service breaks in the first and fifth games of the final set as Hseih began to tire and started to miss the lines.
After the change, McNamee soon broke into the top 25 in singles and reached No 1 in doubles.
"It was hard", Sharapova said on Saturday night at the Australian Open after losing in the third round in straight sets to Angelique Kerber.
Roger Federer eased into the second week of the Australian Open with a 6-2 7-5 6-4 win over Richard Gasquet that kept the Swiss on course for a 20th grand slam title. While Djokovic has fared well so far at Melbourne Park, the young up and comer has been at his very best the past week. The only time he's failed to reach at least the quarters was previous year when he lost in the third round to Roger Federer. That pitches him into what should be a straightforward win over the unseeded Hungarian Marton Fucsovics, a three-sets victor over the similarly lightly regarded Nicolas Kicker of Argentina.