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Djokovic wants tie-break final sets

14 July 2017

Finally when the match was over, we thought, Okay, we have two and a half hours, we can go to Centre Court. The No6 seeded Canadian stands 6ft 5in tall, has a sledgehammer serve, and won both his matches over Federer past year. "So he's right when he says that the passion is back", said Djokovic.

"Yeah, many players, I mean, I'm not the only one, have been complaining a little bit about this condition of the court".

"Grasscourt groundsmen I am sure they know their job the best in the world but the grass is probably the most complex surface to maintain, it is not easy. I think it's the best day in tennis", he said.

Her much improved fitness showed as she powered through the final set, breaking in the fifth game and ultimately wrapping up the tei 6-7, 7-6, 6-4.

And we saw today, Djokovic was also fighting an issue with his shoulder/elbow.

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"We'll see. It has something which has been dragging back and forth for a while, but I am still managing to play", he said.

Roger Federer turned his 100th Wimbledon match into an exhibition as he outclassed Milos Raonic 6-4 6-2 7-6 (4) on Wednesday to reach the semi-finals for a record 12th time.

But his biggest gripe was having his fourth-round clash with Mannarino postponed until Tuesday due to Gilles Muller's four-hour, 48-minute win over Rafael Nadal on truly a manic Monday at the championships.

Djokovic and Mannarino were first up under the Centre Court roof as rain fell on the courts.

"He felt it firsthand for a couple of years, we've been through ups and downs, both of us", Djokovic told the media when asked about Becker's comments. It is what it is. "So I try to just be in this moment and look forward to next challenge". "I was making a lot of chances also in the sets that I lost". The pair got through the first set, which went the way of Muguruza, without any further delays. Novak Djokovic was scheduled to play his fourth-round match against Adrian Mannarino immediately afterward, but they were unable to because of the lack of daylight.

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"He beat me here in 2010".

"He's an established top-10 player". Muguruza, the 2015 Wimbledon runner-up and 2016 French Open champion, defeated Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-3, 6-4.

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This was the grumpy, frustrated, growling Djokovic, the character that used to win everything in sight, and the one who has been on indefinite leave since last summer.

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Djokovic wants tie-break final sets