Wimbledon, Ruud eliminated, Zverev ahead: today’s results

Wimbledon, Ruud eliminated, Zverev ahead: today’s results

The Roland Garros finalist is the surprise of the day after defeating Britain’s Broady. Come on, Sascha, at Wimbledon after two years

Joseph from John

On day four comes the real surprise that will drive the Wimbledon crowd crazy. Roland Garros finalist Casper Ruud takes on world No. 142 Briton Liam Broady in the second round of the championship, who finds the perfect tag and moves into the fifth set. Still, the Norwegian managed to cushion the loss of the first set with two consecutive partial throws before melting away at the crucial moment. Physical problems also affected Ruud, who took a medical break in the fourth set and lost before suffering a sensational 0:6 in the decisive set. The decision not to have played a preparatory tournament on grass after the defeat in the Roland Garros final against Djokovic in order to come to Wimbledon weighs heavily. The Briton, who was less affected by the rain in the lower part of the draw and was practically on schedule before the tournament, meets Shapovalov (beat the Frenchman Barrere) in the third round.

Zverev ok

The tournament started with a right foot for Zverev, who defeated the Dutchman Brouwer in 3 sets and quite comfortably. Sascha, who had to wait four very long days before entering the field, meets the Japanese Watanuki in the second round (sensational comeback on Huesler). He gets scared after losing the first set in the tie-break but then everything is fixed by Andrey Rublev coming back and beating Karatsev in the Russian derby. The tournament’s seeded number 7, who never plays continuously on grass, finds good answers in this start in London.

You stay with Nole

Stan Wawrinka will be Novak Djokovic’s opponent in the round of 16 of Wimbledon 2023 in a big Amarcord challenge that also reminds of the Slam finals from a while ago. The Swiss manages to tame Etcheverry’s tough obstacle in one of the most anticipated matches of the day. In the third round, a balanced game is certainly expected for Musetti, who will challenge Poland’s Hurkacz. Another convincing win for him, beating Britain’s Choinski 3-0. Still bottom of the scoreboard, another great game from Halys, who comfortably beats Australia’s Vukic after beating Evans on his debut. He will be the opponent of blue (and super favorite) Jannik Sinner. Jarry’s opponent, who defeated Cecchinato in the 32nd final, will be Australia’s Kubler (he overtakes Humbert in 5 sets).


Several first-round matches were played in the upper part of the draw: Davidovich (seeded number 31) only has to accept one set against the French fils. The Spaniard wins the tiebreak and then concedes 3 games in 2 sets to his opponent. In the second round he meets the Dutchman Van de Zandschulp: a real marathon that the world number 44 won in 5 sets against the Chinese Zhang. Bublik really starts to scare, and after the success in Halle he doesn’t stop: After beating McDonald 3:1, the Kazakh beat Wolf in 3 sets. He will find the German martyr who interrupted Mmoh’s race (who had eliminated Auger-Aliassime). After various interruptions, Alex De Minaur managed to make a comeback against the qualified Coppejans. Against Vesely, who surprisingly eliminated Korda, O’Connell (success against the Serb Medjedovic) will compete.

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