Nadal back in Wimbledon quarters after 7 years


'Rafa [Nadal] and Roger played all four matches on Centre, myself only one'.

The world No 1 broke late in the first set before serving for victory - and he followed suit in the second to win by the same score. His strengths are massaging the ball around the court with precision so once he found some rhythm he was able to produce some nice points but with no real power there just aren't any free points coming his way.

Kerber is a former No. 1 and two-time major champion who was the runner-up at the All England Club two years ago and a semifinalist in 2012.

'Roger is playing extremely well, moving well.

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He managed three more holds before a sloppy game handed Federer the break to take the second. It forced him to work a bit harder to break serve and create opportunities to close the match with an efficiency that should serve him well in future rounds. That it happened to be in straights, it helps me for the season and to save energy for the rest of the tournament.

Angelique Kerber converted her seventh match point to finally get past Daria Kasatkina 6-3, 7-5 and reach the Wimbledon semifinals for the third time.

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Cibulkova was furious when Hsieh successfully persuaded the umpire to replay a point that was initially called in the Slovakian's favour and would have given her three set points in the opening set. Otherwise, we're going to be in a repeat of the 2008 final when Federer played Rafael Nadal.' Speaking on BBC, Henman added: 'Everybody is different and he [Nadal] is strong and very intense.

"Of course, it is important for me to be in these quarter-finals".

"At the same time, I have been in that position a couple of times in my career. I don't want to look ahead too much".

Next up is K-Bomb who defeated Monfils in four sets.

The age-defying Swiss has eased through the draw like Superman, allowing his opponents a mere 36 games - compared to 66 conceded by Anderson, the lanky South African.

With Kevin Anderson taking nearly three and a half hours to tame French showman Gael Monfils in the previous match, Djokovic knew he had about two hours of daylight left if he wanted to avoid coming back on Tuesday's rest day to finish off the contest.

"I actually did get a bit emotional that I was in the last 16 of a Grand Slam that I have been dreaming of winning one day", Tsitsipas said. "But when I come here, I come here thinking that I can do a good result, no?"