Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu.Ninth seed Felix Auger-Aliassime cruised into the fourth round with set victories of 6-4, 6-1 and 6-1 just a year after Evans had seen off the same foe on the same court to win his only ATP Tour title.The one-sided match lasted just an hour and 53 minutes, which would've been welcomed by the Canadian after he spent eight hours on court across his first two rounds.Auger-Aliassime, 21, is currently at his highest ranking of World No.
9 having turned professional in 2017 and became the youngest player to enter the top 200 since Rafael Nadal in 2002.Auger-Aliassime's career best performance came with his semi-final heroics at the US Open back in September, where he would lose out to eventual winner Daniil Medvedev.That came after he reached the last eight at Wimbledon, having also helped Canada into the final of the Davis Cup back in 2019.Despite being one of the youngest players on the tour, Auger-Aliassime has already secured prize money of £4,369,705 making him a millionaire at the age of just 21.Can Felix Auger-Aliassime go all the way at the Australian Open?
Tell us in the comments section"It is tough not to feel better, it is one of the best Grand Slam performances I've had," said Auger-Aliassime after his comprehensive victory over Evans."Everything was working for me today, I'm happy to be through in straight sets."The Canadian will face either Andrey Rublev or Marin Cilic in his fourth round encounter as he looks continue on his journey towards a first Grand Slam final.Auger-Aliassime told the Independent earlier this year: "I feel like now I’ve learnt how to deal with that better, the outside expectation, what people might say or what I might see in the media.Read more on dailystar.co.uk