After winning the first two sets of both his first and second round ties, Bautista-Agut was forced into five grueling sets.
However the boy named Karen has more in the tank than an old guitar and empty bottle of booze as he has only lost one set so far.
Khachanov is the better player and has played three hours less tennis at this year’s Australian Open.
Nadal was superb against Ebden and is bidding to take down more Aussies than a Home and Away hour-long special as he aims for three-in-a-row against De Minaur.
The young Aussie looked to be struggling against Laaksonen, who was a 16/1 underdog going into the match.
Having gone five sets any fatigue here will be punished by Nadal who should win comfortably.
Having beaten Ostapenko this week Sakkari looks to be overpriced to beat Barty.
She should at least keep this one close. Sakkari won their last meeting easily and, although she might not win this one, she shouldn’t be hammered.