VIDEO: Vasek Pospisil defeats Paolo Lorenzi, advances to Aussie Open 3rd round

Pospisil has 2 wins under his belt at this year's Aussie Open in Melbourne, advancing to the final 32 of the year's first Grand Slam singles

Canadian Vasek Pospisil speaks to reporters after his four-set win over Italian Paolo Lorenzi



Vernon’s Vasek Pospisil defeated Italian Paolo Lorenzi in four sets – 6-7, 7-6, 6-3, 6-4 – in the second round of the Australian Open, advancing to face Spain’s Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the third round of the year’s first Grand Slam, on the men’s singles draw.

In the video above, Pospisil speaks to reporters in Melbourne after his win.

Top-ranked male Canadian Milos Raonic also won his second-round match in straight sets – 6-4, 7-6, 6-3 – over American Donald Young.

Video: SendtoNews.com (SNTV/Australian Open)

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