Djokovic Downs Mannarino To Book Wimbledon Quarterfinal Spot

Djokovic Downs Mannarino To Book Wimbledon Quarterfinal Spot

Unlike the other quarter-finalist Djokovic will not have a day of rest and will be back in action on Wednesday.

"Yeah, it was a long day". With that, Murray was up by a set plus a break in the second.

He would break again to open up the second and built a 4-1 advantage. I mean, if someone feels bad about it, it's me. While Djokovic was victorious in three straightforward sets, he did need medical assistance in the third set for the elbow.

Speaking about the injury post-match, Djokovic said, "It's not the shoulder".

"I'm probably in the best possible situation I can be right now", Berdych said. Ostapenko was the 13th seed at Wimbledon after winning the French Open as an unseeded player earlier in the year.

Novak Djokovic is out of Wimbledon after retiring injured during his quarter-final against Tomas Berdych.

On Friday, Federer will face Berdych for a berth in the final. He resisted valiantly in the final set, reaching a tiebreak, but the die was long since cast, and he managed just two points in the tiebreak. Only when his fourth-round match against 16th-seeded Gilles Muller of Luxembourg stretched past 4½ hours, the sunlight fading, did fourth-seeded Nadal blink. By the time he stopped the rot, he was down 0-5 in the second set, and the match was gone.

The Serb pointed out a "hole" on the court to the chair umpire late in his three-set victory.

Rafael Nadal faces an interesting battle against Gilles Muller in the fourth round of Wimbledon
Rafael Nadal faces an interesting battle against Gilles Muller in the fourth round of Wimbledon

When he responded with two majestic forehands, one apparently defying physics as it curled around the net post, they were in raptures in the stands and former great Rod Laver smiled in admiration from the Royal Box. "And everything kind of seemed to be falling my way then". The 31-year-old Czech will play Roger Federer for a place in Sunday's final. She made it that far at Wimbledon previous year, too, before losing, and got to the final at the Australian Open in January, when she was beaten by her younger sister, Serena.

He had not beaten the 12-times grand slam victor since 2013, and had won just twice in 27 matches.

And there were moments along the way when Querrey himself doubted he'd ever accomplish this. "Anyway, it was frustrating last night, I must admit".

"We spoke with the referee, supervisors, trying to understand the thought process that they are having", he added.

Murray, meanwhile, has been dealing with that hip. Muller's next two match points came at 10-9: Nadal deleted the first with a volley victor, and the second disappeared when Muller shanked a return. His backhands didn't have their usual verve. The Djokovic-Mannarino fourth-rounder was postponed until today; it had been scheduled for No. 1 Court after Nadal-Muller concluded.

"I was pretty close today".

Legit beef? "I don't know what was said out there, but I would advocate for on-court coaching and eliminate any controversy at all". "Obviously, the end was a bit of a struggle".

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