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Djokovic – Sinner, live | Wimbledon today: Second set for the Italian!

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The Italian is very solid against the great favorite of the tournament, and has just managed to take the second set to go up 2-0 and one set away from winning the match.

Djokovic-Sinner: 5-7, 2-6

It was an unforced error from the Italian, but he asked for the intervention of the hawk eye and the technology gives him the reason to serve to win the set.

The Italian strengthens his distance, just two games from winning the second set.

Novak Djokovic wants to regain his touch with the racket on the Wimbledon lawn, and for this he fights and pulls off a delicate game against a Sinner in a great moment.

The Italian confirms the ‘break’, while Djokovic does not find his best feelings to move forward with the match.

The Serbian is not at his best level, and now the Italian manages to break his serve to take the lead in the second round.

Great turn of services for the Italian, who has served at a very high level.

With some luck in the last point, the Serbian begins defending his serve and taking the lead in the second round of the match.

Spectacular reaction from the Italian when he was down in the first set. He has reacted on time, he has gotten rid of his nerves and has played one on one against a Novak Djokovic who was disconcerted by the rise in level of his opponent.

What could have been 5-1 for the Serb has turned into a champion reaction from Sinner, with two consecutive ‘breaks’ when he was at his worst. Italian recital, which now serves to close the first set.

Everything is still to be decided on the Center Court of the All England Club. Now see Djokovic.

When it seemed that Sinner could break another serve and force the set to the fullest, Djokovic unleashed his best shots to get ahead.

Set even when we got through the eighth game. Everything to decide when the game could go to 5-1.

The Italian manages to recover from the first break, which will now serve to equalize.

Sinner has saved a breaking chance, who could have made the set even more complicated.

The Serbian doesn’t take risks and awaits Sinner’s mistake, still somewhat nervous, although he has managed to hit two good setbacks that should boost his confidence.

First game for the Italian with a pretty solid serve.

The Serbian is more whole on the London pitch and has achieved a lead of three games to nil in the early stages of his match against Sinner.

Bad game by the Italian, very erratic, who gave up his first ‘break’ and will have to row.

Blank game for the Serbian, who wants to command from the beginning.

First service for the Serbian.

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Great ovation from the respectable Londoner for the protagonists of the day.

The Center Court of the All England Club is now ready for the two great protagonists of the day to once again set foot on the grass of the British capital.

Those attending the match already occupy the majority of seats, in what is the most attractive crossover of these quarterfinals. Tomorrow, Wednesday, Nadal will face Fritz.

The weather is behaving in this edition of Wimbledon and is providing great days to play tennis.

This Tuesday will not be an exception, with a clear day and a radiant sun to experience what will be the ninth day of the London tournament.

The match between Djokovic and Sinner can be seen live on the #Vamos channel of the Movistar+ digital platform starting at 2:30 p.m.

The match between Djokovic and Sinner can also be followed live on this page of
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The match between Djokovic and Sinner happens to be one of the most attractive duels in the quarterfinal draw of the 2022 Wimbledon tournament.

The winner of this match, which brings youth face to face with experience, will face the one who wins the match between the Belgian David Goffin and the British Cameron Norrie.

Few people expected that Jannik Sinner would show such superiority over the young Spanish talent, Carlos Alcaraz. The truth is that the Murcian did not have his best day, and Sinner took advantage of this to send him home in four sets.

But Sinner has a pending account, to beat a member of the ‘top 5’ of the ATP ranking, something he has never achieved, although he has won five times against members of the ‘top 10’.

Apart from yesterday’s victory against Alcaraz, current number 7 in the world, Sinner in 2020 beat Goffin, then top 10, Tsitsipas, who was top 6 and Zverev, current number 2 but then top 7. And in 2021 he won to Rublev, top 8, on the clay of Godó in Barcelona.

The duel that awaits us this Tuesday, July 5, 2022 between Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner represents a match that goes beyond a Wimbledon quarterfinal, although that is not a small thing.

The match represents a duel between generations, between the extreme youth of the Italian, 20 years old, and the expert maturity of the Serbian, 35 years old and 20 Grand Slams.

We will see if youth or experience prevails, in a duel that can bring ‘Nole’ closer to his fourth consecutive Wimbledon.

The young Italian is in top physical shape, occupying a comfortable thirteenth place in the ATP ranking and being the top 20 tennis player who has played the most tournaments, with a total of 28 competitions.

Sinner reached his best ranking (ninth) in November 2021, but having not yet won any relevant tournament, he has been gradually falling.

After not competing in some tournaments due to covid regulations, Novak Djokovic has recently been overtaken by Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev in the ATP rankings.

Thus, the Serbian is currently third, and will not be able to climb positions even if he wins at Wimbledon, where Medvedev, banned for being Russian, and Zverev, injured at Roland Garros against Nadal, are not present, because the competition has decided not to award computable points in this edition.

There is only one hour left before the ninth day of the tournament kicks off at London’s Center Court, where the women’s quarterfinal match between Bouzkova and Jabeur will also be played today.

So far the weather has been quite respectful of the prestigious London tournament, we’ll see if the rain makes an appearance today or, on the contrary, the players will have to endure the heat of the sun.

In his second appearance at Wimbledon, the Italian tennis player has already surpassed his best record on the 8-millimeter pitch at the All England Club.

In his debut in 2021, Sinner was eliminated in the first round by the Hungarian Márton Fucsovics, so having managed to reach the quarterfinals beating the world number 7 can be considered quite a feat for a tennis player who is only 20 years old.

The Serbian tennis player, currently relieved to number 3 in the ATP ranking, has only given up two sets in all that we have been in competition.

The first was against Korea’s Kwon in his first-round debut, and the second set was conceded in the fourth round against Dutch debutant Van Rijthoven.

In the other two matches, ‘Nole’ has shown a very solid and seamless game, crushing Kecmnanovic and Kokkinaikis in three sets.

Jannik Sinner, fellow generation of emerging tennis player Carlos Alcaraz, vindicates himself against the Murcian ‘teenager’, who fails to enter the match and leaves London in the round of 16: 6-1, 6-4, 6-7 (8) and 6-3, in 3 hours and 35 minutes.

The Italian showed himself at a very high level on the center court of the All England Club, and promised to be a worthy rival for Djokovic if he keeps up the pace in the quarterfinals.

The Serbian continues his path to being crowned with his seventh London tournament of his career, the fourth in a row after winning in 2018, 2019 and 2021, which would bring him very close to Federer’s all-time record, with 8 trophies in his cabinet.

Precisely both shared protagonism in the act that commemorated the centenary of the Center Court, the central track of the All England Club.

Djokovic is the main favorite to win this tournament, which could be his last ‘Grand Slam’ of the season due to his future absence from the US Open for not wanting to be vaccinated against covid.

Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner have only seen each other once on a tennis court. It is a match of the Masters 1,000 in Monte Carlo, where the Serbian won 6-2 and 6-2.

And it is that, in fact, the Italian has never managed to defeat a member of the top 5 of the ATP ranking, so it already represents a great feat that he has reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals after beating the emerging Alcaraz.

The most relevant matches of the Wimbledon 2022 final draw can be seen live through the #Vamos channel of the Movistar+ digital platform.

The Wimbledon quarterfinal match between Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner will be played on the center court of the All England Club in the first shift of the day, starting at 2:30 p.m. (peninsular time).

The winner of this match, which brings youth face to face with experience, will face the one who wins the match between the Belgian David Goffin and the British Cameron Norrie.

Buenas tardes! Welcome and welcome to a new live coverage of the Wimbledon 2022 final phases, an unpredictable tournament that is leaving us with great matches.

From now on, we will tell you everything that happens in the quarterfinal match between Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner, executioner of Carlos Alcaraz in a superb match for the Italian.


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