All the action from day 9 of Australian OpenLast updated on Jan 23, 2018, 08:15 pm
It was a heartbreak for Rafael Nadal, as the world number one had to retire hurt from the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.
Britian's Kyle Edmund outscored third seed Grigor Dimitrov to storm into his first Grand Slam semi-final at Melbourne.
Here is a complete round-up of the action from day 9 of Australian Open.
Injury cuts short Nadal's Australian Open
Nadal was considered favorite to lift the title come this weekend, but is now heading back home injured.
He wriggled through pain throughout his quarterfinal clash against Croatian, Marin Cilic and had to forfeit the match.
This is only the second time in 264 Grand Slam matches that Nadal had to retire. Coincidentally, last time was also in the quarter-finals of Australian Open.
Cilic enters Australian Open semi-finals
31-year-old, Nadal began the game is style taking the first set 6-3 with a commanding display.
Cilic, however, hit back to beat Nadal 6-3. Nadal took the third set 7-6 Cilic claimed the 4th 6-2.
Nadal's injury showed up in the fourth set and despite taking breaks for treatment, the Spaniard could not carry on in the deciding set.
Among the elite
Britian's Kyle Edmund enters semi-finals
Andy Murray may be absent from the Australian Open but Britian has something to cheer about as Kyle Edmund has advanced to the semi-final after a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over third seed Grigor Dimitrov.
The world number 49 became the sixth British man to reach the semi-finals of a Grand Slam.
This would be Edmund's first Grand Slam's semi-final .