The tennis world has reacted with shock as World No.2 Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas were eliminated from a favourable side of the draw at the French Open.
In a day of huge upsets, last year's finalist Tsitsipas continued his up-and-down form as Danish teenager Holger Rune dispatched of him 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in a huge shock.
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Rune's win marks an incredible record at Roland Garros.
The 19-year-old's win sees him join fellow 19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz in the last eight, which is the first time two teenagers have made that stage at a grand slam since 1994.
On the same side of the draw - the opposite side to that of Alcaraz, Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal - veteran Marin Cilic put on a masterclass to defeat Medvedev 6-2, 6-3, 6-2.
It was the current US Open champion's heaviest defeat in a grand slam.
The tennis world was quick to react after the chaos that saw the favourable side of the draw open up even more.
Many also claimed both players would be fuming after facing what could have been considered a clear path to the semi-final.
In just one hour and 45 minutes, Marin Cilic overwhelms No. 2 seed Daniil Medvedev in the fourth round of the French Open.
6-2 6-3 6-2 and it might not have been that close
No French speech tonight! pic.twitter.com/9pFWvRDSBY
— Christopher Clarey 🇺🇸 🇫🇷 🇪🇸 (@christophclarey) May 30, 2022
That's the best performance I've seen from Marin Cilic. Extraordinary.
Completely nullified Medvedev to the point that the Russian had to throw in serve-and-volley just to get some points.
That half is so open with no Medvedev and Tsitsipas now.#RolandGarros2022
— Crosscourt View (@crosscourtview) May 30, 2022
— Vishal 🕉 (@VBG_10) May 30, 2022
This is the clay Medvedev we all know
— Stuckey (@Stuckey2) May 30, 2022
What the heck is happening in the bottom half..Tsitsipas is gone nd nw Medvedev losing in straight sets 😳😳#RolandGarros
— Nilima (@anya_laara) May 30, 2022
Tsitsipas must be fuming that was the easiest path to the final he’s ever likely to get. Medvedev just out as well.
— Tom Miskin (@ThomasMiskin) May 30, 2022
— Zaidan Idrees (@zaidanidrees) May 30, 2022
This is hard to watch, Medvedev is all over the place, 4 double faults now and an irritated demeanour. Clearly not out of sorts.
— Latifat Adebayo Ohio (@Phatill) May 30, 2022
French Open players Rune and Cilic react to shock wins
Rune was thrilled to have advanced to his frist quarter-final in his burgeoning career.
"I have an unbelievable feeling. I was so nervous in the end," said a beaming Rune, playing in his first French Open.
"I was very nervous. I told myself to keep at it and play my plan. I mean it is so great to still be here."
Cilic, who took just 105 minutes to defeat Medvedev, who he had never beaten before, said: "It was a fantastic match from the first point until the last. It was one of the best matches of my career.
Cilic, who has reached three grand slam finals, winning the US Open in 2014, added: "When I am playing my best tennis everything is working, serve, return, movement. Against guys like Daniil you have to sustain that so I was really focussed to keep going and am extremely pleased."
Casper Ruud reached the first grand slam quarter-final of his career by beating Hubert Hurkacz 6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.
"It feels great, it was one of my goals this year [to reach a grand slam quarter-final]. I feel more experienced playing best of five sets," said Ruud, the first Norwegian to reach the last eight at Roland Garros.
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