Victoria Azarenka v Agnieszka Radwanska Live Streaming : Another top five seed will fall on Wednesday as two former Grand Slam finalists meet in Melbourne

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Second seed Victoria Azarenka is placed at comfortable odds of 1/6 to beat fifth seed Agnieszka Radwanksa in a clash that will eliminate two top candidates for the title.

The quarter final stage is a time where we always see some big names drop out of the competition as many of the top players meet each other in a bid to get through to the final four.

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This year’s edition of the Australian Open is no different as second seed and defending champion Victoria Azarenka finds herself facing off against world number 5 Agnieszka Radwanska in the quarter finals at Melbourne Park.

Like she has done for much of the tournament, Azarenka has looked very much in her comfort zone which was hardly disturbed as she swept past 13th seed Sloane Stephens 6-3 6-2 on Sunday morning.

It’s a manner that many people have gotten used to when Vika has played over the past week as the Belarusian is the only woman still left in the competition yet to drop a set in any of her matches.

Such has been the dominance of Azarenka in the past few days, the 2x champion has only dropped 6 games in her last two matches which have been against top 50 ranked opponents.

It means that fifth seed Radwanska will need to be at her very best in Melbourne as she looks to go past her personal best in the Australian Open.

The Polish number one is making her fifth appearance in the quarter final stage after beating Gabriela Mugurza 6-1 6-3 and will hope that 2014 will be the time that she can finally set a new PB at Rod Laver Arena.

So far, the fifth seed is unbeaten in singles competition in 2014 having won all four singles ties for Poland in the Hopman Cup at the start of the year despite losing once in a mixed doubles match up.

Azarenka and Radwanska are extremely familiar to one another having met 15 times before but Vika has a significant advantage maintaining a 12-3 record in their series including a quarter final victory in the 2012 Australian open where she triumphed 6-7 6-0 6-2.

There’s no doubt that if anyone can beat Azarenka, then Radwanska is the player to do it however she will need to brace herself for an onslaught in what is expected to be a hard fought contest at the Rod Laver Arena.

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