Wimbledon: Roger Federer defeats Cam Nori to make Emma Radukanu the last British player | Tennis News


England’s Kamnori failed to follow in the footsteps of teenager Emma La Ducanu and entered the second week of Wimbledon because he was defeated by Roger Federer in four sets; the former Swiss world number one continued to play The All England Club won a record ninth title

Last update: 03/07/21 5:59pm

Roger Federer defeated British star Cameron Nori on Centre Court to advance to Wimbledon fourth round

When Roger Federer entered the fourth round of the Wimbledon Tennis Championship for the 18th time in his career, he defeated Cam Norrie in four sets to continue his battle against British players. Dominance.

Since losing to Andy Murray in the 2013 Australian Open semi-finals, Federer has not lost to a British player. He set his tournament winning streak 6-4 6-4 5-7 6-4. Expanded to 13 games. Victory on the center court.

Nori’s goal is to become the second English player to beat Federer at Wimbledon-and the first English player since Tim Henman defeated a young Swiss in the quarterfinals in 2001. , But despite the outstanding performance, Federer’s class eventually prevailed.

Norry entered the third round of a Grand Slam tournament for the third time in a row. He lost to Rafael Nadal at both the Australian Open and French Open this year. He originally hoped to play against the 20-time Grand Slam champion Better, but Federer’s meeting with Italy’s No. 23 seed Lorenzo Sonigo.

Nick Kilgos retired from the game with Felix Ogg-Arizim due to an abdominal injury

Nick Kilgos retired from the game with Felix Ogg-Arizim due to an abdominal injury

Nick Kyrgios had to withdraw from his third round match against Canada Felix Auger-Aliassime Through injury.

The Australian delighted spectators with his antics and his tennis this week, and it was a game when he succumbed to Ogg Alisim with an abdominal injury.

Auger-Aliassime will assume Alexander Zverev After the German fourth seed defeated Taylor Fritz, he achieved his best performance at Wimbledon.

He played the last 16 games four years ago, but showed impressive stability in the Grand Slam tournaments, with 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 6-3 7-6 (7 -4) Defeated 45 champions.

Despite undergoing knee surgery less than a month ago, American Fritz hoped to enter the fourth round in a major for the first time, but it soon appeared.

Jamie Murray (right) and Bruno Suarez were eliminated in the men's doubles

Jamie Murray (right) and Bruno Suarez were eliminated in the men’s doubles

Jamie Murray and Brazilian Bruno Suarez were defeated in the second round of the men’s doubles by non-seeded duo Andre Golubev and Robin Haas.

Murray participated in the game due to a neck injury. Since their reunion at the beginning of the year, he and Suarez have been trying to find their own form.

This will not happen, Kazakh Golubev and Dutch Haas recovered from a set and won 6-7 (3-7) 6-3 6-2.

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