The moment when Hyeon Chung retires against Roger Federer

The South Korean player couldn't continue his semifinals match

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The moment when Hyeon Chung retires against Roger Federer

The Australian Open semifinals match between Roger Federer and Hyeon Chung lasted less than hour as the South Korean player was forced to retire down 1-6 2-5 due to a foot injury. Chung became the third man to retire in a Ausralia Open men's singles Semifinal, after Dennis Ralston (1970) and Aaron Krickstein (1995). In 1992 Richard Krajicek withdrew with an injury before his semifinal. Here is the moment when Chung decided to retire.