Jan 21 2013
Frenchman Jeremy Chardy has made it through to his first grand slam quarter-final - and a possible crack at Andy Murray - after seeing off Andreas Seppi at the Australian Open.
Chardy dropped the first set to the 21st-seeded Italian but hit back to win 5-7 6-3 6-2 6-2.
Seppi claimed the opener after breaking for a 6-5 lead but was then pushed around by Chardy with his big serve allowing his opponent few chances to plot a route back into the contest.
Murray plays Chardy's compatriot Gilles Simon in the fourth round later today. He has a 4-1 record against Chardy but the defeat came in their last match, at the Cincinnati Masters last year.