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AO Gallery: Li & Cibulkova Emerge

Agnieszka Radwanska and Eugenie Bouchard had great tournaments, but it was Li Na and Dominika Cibulkova who set up a championship clash. All the best pics from the semis, here!

Published January 23, 2014 12:10

The first semifinal of the day saw first-time Grand Slam semifinalist Eugenie Bouchard play Li Na.
The first semifinal of the day saw first-time Grand Slam semifinalist Eugenie Bouchard play Li Na.
Li had been to five Grand Slam semifinals before, including three right here at the Australian Open.
Li had been to five Grand Slam semifinals before, including three right here at the Australian Open.
Could Genie's Army, who had been cheering and chanting her on all fortnight, help the Canadian?
Could Genie's Army, who had been cheering and chanting her on all fortnight, help the Canadian?
Bouchard peaked mid-match - she won four of five games at one point - but Li was just too tough...
Bouchard peaked mid-match - she won four of five games at one point - but Li was just too tough...
Li moved through to her third Australian Open final with a 62 64 victory against the young Canadian.
Li moved through to her third Australian Open final with a 62 64 victory against the young Canadian.
Next up was Agnieszka Radwanska, who had just upset two-time defending champion Victoria Azarenka.
Next up was Agnieszka Radwanska, who had just upset two-time defending champion Victoria Azarenka.
Radwanska had also won five of her six career meetings against her semifinal foe, Dominika Cibulkova.
Radwanska had also won five of her six career meetings against her semifinal foe, Dominika Cibulkova.
But Cibulkova was on her game from the get-go - she stormed out to a 61 40 lead and never looked back.
But Cibulkova was on her game from the get-go - she stormed out to a 61 40 lead and never looked back.
Cibulkova eventually stunned Radwanska in just over an hour, 61 62, to reach her first major final.
Cibulkova eventually stunned Radwanska in just over an hour, 61 62, to reach her first major final.
Cibulkova is the first player representing Slovakia, male or female, to reach a Grand Slam final.
Cibulkova is the first player representing Slovakia, male or female, to reach a Grand Slam final.
  • The first semifinal of the day saw first-time Grand Slam semifinalist Eugenie Bouchard play Li Na.
  • Li had been to five Grand Slam semifinals before, including three right here at the Australian Open.
  • Could Genie's Army, who had been cheering and chanting her on all fortnight, help the Canadian?
  • Bouchard peaked mid-match - she won four of five games at one point - but Li was just too tough...
  • Li moved through to her third Australian Open final with a 62 64 victory against the young Canadian.
  • Next up was Agnieszka Radwanska, who had just upset two-time defending champion Victoria Azarenka.
  • Radwanska had also won five of her six career meetings against her semifinal foe, Dominika Cibulkova.
  • But Cibulkova was on her game from the get-go - she stormed out to a 61 40 lead and never looked back.
  • Cibulkova eventually stunned Radwanska in just over an hour, 61 62, to reach her first major final.
  • Cibulkova is the first player representing Slovakia, male or female, to reach a Grand Slam final.
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