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Stefanos Tsitsipas continued his charm offensive to win over fans at the Australian Open by inviting Margot Robbie to attend his semi-final.

The Greek has been vocal about his love for Australia throughout the tournament, even reeling some Aussie slang much to the delight of the spectators at Melbourne Park.

And following his 6-3 7-6 (2) 6-4 win over Jiri Lehecka in the quarter-finals on Tuesday, Tsitsipas again showed his appreciation for Australia and Australians, specifically Robbie.

Stefanos Tsitsipas invited Margot Robbie to watch his Australian Open semi-final

Stefanos Tsitsipas invited Margot Robbie to watch his Australian Open semi-final

'Australia is such a great country, I like a lot of Aussie things,' he told Jim Courier during his on-court interview after booking a semi-final berth in Melbourne for the fourth time in the last five years.

'One of my favourite actresses comes from Australia, Margot Robbie.'

When asked whether he was 'pitching' himself to the Hollywood star, Tsitsipas replied: 'It would be nice to see her over there one day', while gesturing towards the stands at the Rod Laver Arena.

Determined to extract an answer from the world No4, Courier took the already awkward exchange even further.  

The world No4 extended the invitation during an awkward on-court exchange with Jim Courier (above) shortly after the end of his quarter-final match

The world No4 extended the invitation during an awkward on-court exchange with Jim Courier (above) shortly after the end of his quarter-final match 

'Are you officially extending an invitation to Margot Robbie? I just want to be crystal clear here,' the four-time Grand Slam winner continued.

Tsitsipas' answer was as succinct as it was eloquent, as he replied: 'Absolutely'.  

While the two-time Academy Award nominee may still accept the

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