17-year-old Alexander Blockx is in the semifinals of the junior tournament at the Australian Open

Alexander Blockx is having a great adventure in Melbourne. The young Belgian is at the Australian Open in both singles and doubles in the semi-finals of the junior tournament.

The 17-year-old Alexander Blockx is the number 10 in the world on the junior ranking and is the 3rd seed in Melbourne. On Thursday, the young Belgian qualified for the semi-finals after an exciting three-setter against the Brazilian João Fonseca.

In the semi-finals, Blockx will compete against his Chinese peer Zhou Yi. He beat the Swiss Kilian Feldbausch, the 1st seed in Melbourne, in the quarterfinals.

Remarkable: Blockx is also in the semi-finals of the doubles and that at the side of the Brazilian Fonseca, whom he knocked out of the singles tournament. Blockx and Fonseca settled in the quarterfinals with a Ukrainian-Estonian duo.

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