Novak Djokovic’s Experience And Records On Display At Wimbledon

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Serbian Tennis player, Novak Djokovic’s experience of his career and professional life was on full display at Wimbledon on July 10. Defeating Hubert Hurkacz 7-6 (6), 7-6 (6), 5-7, 6-4, Djokovic, a seven-time champion at the All-England Club is vying for his 24th Career Grand Slam victory. He got selected for the quarterfinals for the 14th time by winning against Hurkacz. 

Novak Djokovic’s Achievements and Records Set New Challenges For The Successive Players

He was two points away from losing the second set after having saved three points from the first set. The game was then postponed due to running late. On Monday when it was resumed, Hurkacz, using his strategies to the level of ultimate perfection, won the game. In light of Hurkacz’s victory over him, Novak Djokovic expressed his lowness in taking himself back to the set. He also praised the accuracy and strength of the serve and said that it was quite challenging to make it.

Hurkacz maintained his serve for the subsequent 67 games this year at Wimbledon, but that was taken over by Novak Djokovic when in the fourth set he beat him to take a 4-3 lead. For the 56th time in his professional life, Djokovic reached to quarterfinals at a Grand Slam tournament, securing the second position after Roger Federer’s men. He will now compete against Andrey Rublev in the semifinals. 

Andreeva, a Russian teenage player whose growth was apparent during the first week of the tournament, her output on the day of the match was average. She let go of a big lead over Madison Keys. Frustrated at not being able to make a good lead in the second set, she threw the rackets before getting a warning from the Swedish Umpire, Louise Engzell. Although Keys has reached numerous semifinals as well as a final in the US Open, her quarterfinal selection came to an end at that stage.