Monday, 22 July, 2019

Wimbledon glance: Federer, Nadal, Williams start Week 2

Kei Nishikori Wimbledon glance: Federer, Nadal, Williams start Week 2
Cary Erickson | 09 July, 2018, 16:55

No. 2 seed Nadal, a two-time champion, tries to get back to the quarterfinals at the All England Club for the first time since 2011, meeting 93rd-ranked Jiri Vesely of the Czech Republic, while No. 12 Djokovic, who's won Wimbledon three times, meets 40th-ranked Karen Khachanov of Russian Federation.

Federer's 175th win from 200 career grass-court matches saw him overtake Jimmy Connors as the most successful male player on the surface.

Nadal has also impressed in SW19, however, and will win his 18th Grand Slam if he comes out on top at the All England Club.

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"But at the end I felt like it was just a couple games, my service games, long games where I wasn't able to quite finish it off. I don't know how far I will go in this tournament, but I'm confident with my game at this time", the Argentine said.

Djokovic goes into his match fuming at what he claimed was unfair treatment meted out to him from the Centre Court crowd on Saturday as he dumped out Kyle Edmund, Britain's last singles hope. Federer has been the dominant player on grass on the men's circuit for more than a decade, but Nadal has experience of beating the Swiss legend on Centre Court at Wimbledon.

All three players were warming up for "Manic Monday", when all fourth-round matches in the men's and women's draws will take place after Sunday's rest day.

The world No.1 looked in ominous touch throughout the first two sets.

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Spain's Rafael Nadal celebrates winning the third round match against Australia's Alex De Minaur. She is joined by last year's French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko, and the two could also come to blows in the last four.

Roger Federer has won a record eight grand slam titles at Wimbledon wearing complete whites.

Having missed Wimbledon a year ago due to her pregnancy, Serena is on a 17-match winning streak at the All England Club.

"That's what makes me great: I always play everyone at their greatest, so I have to be greater".

Every time when I see an article or a video, especially which I enjoy a lot, I see something about the queue, I hear what they say, how excited they are about Wimbledon.

Sasnovich stunned two seeds en route to Round 4 in London - her best return at a major - with victories against No. 8 Petra Kvitova in Round 1 and No. 26 Daria Gavrilova in Round 3.

While he is excited to face the 17-time Grand Slam victor, the Aussie is claiming it's business as usual.