Wimbledon day four

Wimbledon day four

On the fourth day of the Wimbledon tennis championships, Andy Murray’s match against Stefanos Tsitsipas was suspended after Murray won the third set to take a 6-7(3) 7-6(2) 6-4 lead. The suspension occurred 20 minutes before curfew, and Murray managed to serve out the set despite suffering physical discomfort from slipping.

In other news, there are several articles available for further reading. One article discusses the age-old rivalry between Djokovic and Wawrinka, which will be renewed for the first time on grass. Another article provides the order of play for Friday’s matches at Wimbledon. Additionally, there is an article about Wawrinka setting up a clash with Djokovic as Wimbledon clears its backlog. Murray’s night-time drama is also covered in an article, highlighting the cliff-hanger ending. Another article features Cornet’s statement that top players receive better treatment at Wimbledon. Kenin expresses pride in proving critics wrong with her Wimbledon run, while Pegula races to a second-round victory over Spain’s Bucsa. Rybakina fights off Cornet to reach the third round, and Tiafoe advances with a pinpoint serve while Fritz crashes out. British wildcard Broady stuns fourth seed Ruud, and Rublev defeats fellow Russian Karatsev to reach the third round. Berrettini wins a lengthy match against Sonego, and Wawrinka sets up a clash with Djokovic. Finally, Garcia squeezes through at Wimbledon, and Wimbledon panellists suggest that protesters should work with the sport.Svitolina defeats Mertens at Wimbledon, while Rublev advances to the third round by defeating Karatsev. Zverev powers past Brouwer in a dominant performance. Medvedev’s match against Mannarino is suspended due to poor light. Despite losing to Broady, Ruud finds a silver lining in being able to see The Weeknd perform. Pegula easily wins her match against Bucsa. Rybakina defeats Cornet, who suffered an injury during the match. Tiafoe secures a victory over Stricker to move into the third round. Ymer upsets Fritz in a five-set match. Vekic comes from behind to beat Stephens, while Bencic fights back to defeat Collins. Garcia overcomes Fernandez after dropping the first set. Kontaveit ends her singles career with a loss to Bouzkova. Broady causes a major upset by defeating Ruud. Boulter advances to the third round with a win over Tomova.Tomova won her match 6-0 3-6 6-3 and will move into the third round where she will face defending champion Elena Rybakina or Alize Cornet.

Russian seventh seed Andrey Rublev defeated compatriot Aslan Karatsev with a score of 6-7(4) 6-3 6-4 7-5, advancing to the third round at Wimbledon for the second time.

Alexander Zverev secured a victory in the second round with a 6-4 7-6(4) 7-6(5) win over Gijs Brouwer.

Marketa Vondrousova upset Veronika Kudermetova, the 12th seed, with a 6-3 6-3 victory in the second round.

Victoria Azarenka, a two-time former Australian Open champion, comfortably won her match against Nadia Podoroska with a score of 6-3 6-0, advancing to the third round.

Russian qualifier Mirra Andreeva advanced to the third round after Barbora Krejcikova, the 10th seed, retired due to injury after losing the first set 6-3 and trailing 4-0 in the second.

Stan Wawrinka, a three-time Grand Slam champion, won his match against Tomas Etcheverry with a score of 6-3 4-6 6-4 6-2, setting up a third-round match against Novak Djokovic.

Karolina Muchova, the 16th seed and French Open finalist, was hampered by a thigh injury and lost to Jule Niemeier with a score of 6-4 5-7 6-1 in the first round.

Lorenzo Musetti, the 14th seed from Italy, defeated Jaume Munar with a score of 6-4 6-3 6-1, setting up a third-round match against Hubert Hurkacz from Poland.

Hubert Hurkacz, the 17th seed from Poland, won his second-round match against British wildcard Jan Choinski with a score of 6-4 6-4 7-6(3).

Elina Svitolina, a wildcard and 2019 semi-finalist, defeated 28th seed Elise Mertens with a score of 6-1 1-6 6-1, advancing to the third round. She will face former Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin in the next round.

Play began at Wimbledon under cloudy skies with a temperature of around 19 degrees Celsius. The forecast predicted a largely rain-free day, providing relief for organizers after a chaotic start to the Grand Slam.

Rain and climate change protesters caused scheduling delays on Wednesday, with seventeen men’s and women’s first-round matches yet to start or remain unfinished.

Reporting by Hritika Sharma, Aadi Nair, Rohith Nair, and Tommy Lund, editing by Ed Osmond.

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