Wimbledon continues third round games. Raphael Nadal is smooth and François Tsonga is off 3: 0, and Roger Federer will be on the main stage today who feels very host to Wimbledon. Italian Fabio Fonynie has fallen and completely lost his nerves during his performance.
Rafael Nadal went through the eighth final Joe-Wilfried Tsonga and the French in their 14th mutual conflict have already won the tenth defeat. The victory of the Spaniard was quick and deep, he left the race for an hour and only 50 minutes left the match with seven games. In the quarter-finals, the double winner of the holy turf tournament (2008 and 2010) will fight the winner of the Sousa-Evans match.
The eighth finals will also be caught Roger Federer, the eight time winner of the Wimbledon tournament. His opponent will be French Lucas PuilThis is the 27th seed of the tournament. So far, Federer and Puil have only played a mutual battle. In 2014, they moved to Paris when Switzerland was better than two groups. If Federer is able to reach the semi-finals, he will reach his 100th victory in the Wimbledon tournament.
Fonynie angrily shook Wimbledon's playground
Fabio Phoenix shook his rage on the pitch after losing a match against American tennis player Sandgren, said he was not good enough and had to explode at Wimbledon, AFP reported.
"Is it fair to play here, stupid English, I want a bomb to fall in this tennis club," complained Twelfth Wimbledon wrestler Phoenix, known for the rage of the tennis courts.
Although this is the fourth most important match of the day, the number 14, which has only 318 seats, took place on the court. "It's a schedule, I have no words," said Fonynie.
Fabio Foni, who is in two sets, does not enjoy this #Wimbledon put it to court 14.
"A bomb has to explode here. pic.twitter.com/EBnLwGHOPP
– Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) July 6, 2019
Japanese Kay Nisikori He was among the top 16 in Wimbledon for the fourth time. Eighth beat Steve Johnson with 6: 4, 6: 3 and 6: 2. Nissiori recorded his 400th career victory and evenled his compatriot Ay Sugi, who also played four times in the eighth Wimbledon final. American Sam Quouri with 7: 6 (3), 7: 6 (8) and 6: 3 missing the Australian John Milman.
Novak Djokovic after four sets through the Poles