Wimbledon is ready for the last crazy Monday, Emma La Ducanu is a star attraction | Tennis News


British girl Emma Raducanu is preparing to play the fourth round against Australian Ajla Tomljanovic in the first game; Angelique Kerber is the only former champion to remain in the women’s draw.Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer play on center court

Last update: 05/07/21 12:35am

Emma Radukanu will face Aguila Tomglianović, ranked 75th in the world, for a spot in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon

Wimbledon is preparing for the final Crazy Monday, and Britain’s hopes are pinned on the girl’s Emma Radukanu.

The Grand Slam is the only Grand Slam tournament where all 16 women’s singles and men’s singles fourth round matches are scheduled on the same day, but the traditional mid-week break will disappear next year, and the last 16 matches will be within two days Proceed as required with the other three majors.

There will be many top stars in action, including teenagers Radukanu and Coco Goff, Ashley Barty and Angelique Kerber in the women’s competition, as well as Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer in the top 10. A total of 8 seeds and 20-year-old American Sebastian Koda participated in the men’s competition.

“Everyone wants more days. Look, more days mean more income, more choices, more this and that. I see,” Federer said. I don’t think they do it just because of income. I think they just think it keeps pace with the times.

“It is very likely that the remaining two weeks will eventually be regarded as a referendum on tennis now and in the future.”

Raducanu of the United Kingdom, an 18-year-old wild card player, ranked 338th in the world, is waiting for her A-Level results.

She will now return to the first stadium on Monday to compete for a place in the quarter-finals with Ajla Tomljanovic, ranked 75th in the world. She does not want her journey to end.

“This is incredible,” she said. “I am very grateful for this wildcard. Honestly, I just want to make the most of it and try to prove that I won it. I really appreciate the support given to me by the All England Club.

“The way I approach the game is every time I think,’Why not?’. Just like today, I thought,’There must be someone in the second week, why not me?’.

“I just want to stay here as much as possible. As I said, I just have a good time. Everything is well taken care of and it’s nice to be here.”

Tomglianović is 10 years older than Radu Canu, but he also hopes to reach the Grand Slam quarter-finals for the first time.

After the first week at Wimbledon, 13 of the top 20 seeds were eliminated, and Angelique Kerber was the only former champion to remain in the women’s draw.

Although she has been there and did it at the All England Club, she is now facing the new lover of Coco Gauff on Centre Court, who has compared her 2019 results to the fourth round.

This is the first meeting between the two, and Kerber hopes that experience will make a difference.

“I think it will be a very interesting game. I mean, I have never played against her before, she is a newcomer.

“She has played a lot of great games. She beat the top players. She is really dangerous, especially on the grass.

“I also saw the flame on her. She really put all her efforts into every game. So I knew it would be a tough game.

“But of course, on the one hand it may be a good experience, but on the other hand, I think this is more like a new game, and I know I have to play my best tennis match with her.

“This is our goal, to go out and try to pay more attention to me. I mean, she, I don’t know how old is her younger than me, but I still think it will be a good game.”

World No. 1 Batty has tied her best result in the game and will now face French Open champion Barbora Krečkova, who has never won a game at Wimbledon before this year game.

Iga Swiatek faced Ons Jabuer in a seemingly interesting game, while the second seed Aryna Sabalenka played against Elena Rybakina, and the former world number one Karolina Pliskova played Liudmila Samsonova.

Paula Badosa and Karolina Muchova faced off, Madison Keys and Viktorija Golubic completed the lineup.

Men’s top seed Djokovic has been enjoying the breeze in the past 16 games. He chased the record 20th Grand Slam champion. He will become the favorite to defeat Chile’s Christian Garin in the opener on the center court. Candidate.

Without the eight-time champion Federer, the second Monday would not make people feel real. The Swiss master had successfully started the game against the 23rd seed Lorenzo Sonego before his 40th birthday.

So far, Queen’s Club champion Matteo Berrettini looks very confident as he prepares to face Belarusian Ilya Ivashka.

The three Russians also entered the final 16-this is the first time in Wimbledon history-the second seed Daniel Medvedev played against Poland’s Hubert Hulkacz and Andre Lu Blev played against Marton Fusovic of Hungary, and Karen Khachanov played against Seb Koda, who is enjoying a wonderful Wimbledon debut.

The American owes much of his progress to his sports family, including his father, Peter Koda, the 1998 Australian Open champion.

“I didn’t expect all of this, I think you can say that you succeeded so early,” Keda said. “My parents are always so big, just baby steps, baby steps. I want to thank them because the journey I have experienced is very different from others. I think I appreciate some things more because I have been playing tennis. At the lowest level, I have established my own path.”

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