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Johanna Konta’s Australian Open run continues with win over Saisai Zheng

  • Konta beats Saisai Zheng 6-2, 6-3
  • Briton adds scalp of Chinese to that of Venus Williams

Two days after walking away, euphoric, from the warm and dazzling stage of Rod Laver Arena with Venus Williams added to her list of top 10 scalps, Johanna Konta was pitched back into the relative obscurity of an outside court on day four of the 2016 Australian Open.

And what impressed about her 6-2, 6-3 win over China’s Saisai Zheng in an arena that disturbingly resembled a cramped prison exercise yard, was that her level did not dip, her fierce gaze remaining fixed as she went through to the third round. “I don’t get too phased by where they put me,” Konta said afterwards. “The court is the same size, the lines are in the same place and so is the net.”

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Johanna Konta’s Australian Open run continues with win over Saisai Zheng

  • Konta beats Saisai Zheng 6-2, 6-3
  • Briton adds scalp of Chinese to that of Venus Williams

Two days after walking away, euphoric, from the warm and dazzling stage of Rod Laver Arena with Venus Williams added to her list of top 10 scalps, Johanna Konta was pitched back into the relative obscurity of an outside court on day four of the 2016 Australian Open.

And what impressed about her 6-2, 6-3 win over China’s Saisai Zheng in an arena that disturbingly resembled a cramped prison exercise yard, was that her level did not dip, her fierce gaze remaining fixed as she went through to the third round. “I don’t get too phased by where they put me,” Konta said afterwards. “The court is the same size, the lines are in the same place and so is the net.”

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