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The best matches at Wimbledon 2022 on July 5th

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The Wimbledon 2022 quarter-finals are set and we’re ready to see the top two names of the men’s and women’s semi-finalists. Let’s look at our picks for the quarterfinals.

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Novak Djokovic (1) vs. Jannik Sinner (10)

Novak Djokovic had a slight hiccup in the fourth round against a very talented Tim van Rijthoven.

The Serb dropped the second set but recovered fairly quickly to edge out a Wimbledon debutant.

In the first four rounds he met only one seeded player, Miomir Kecmanovic, but now the biggest test so far awaits him.

Coming to Wimbledon, nobody would say that Jannik Sinner is one of the biggest contenders.

He has never won a game at Wimbledon and lost the only pre-season game on grass. That obviously didn’t occur to the young Italian as he eliminated Stanislas Wawrinka, Michael Ymer, John Isner and finally Carlos Alcaraz.

His performance against Alcaraz was almost flawless in the first set. In the remaining three sets, Alcaraz started to figure out Sinner’s game but couldn’t solve the mystery in the end.

Is Sinner capable of another surprise or does Djokovic continue on his way towards the No. 21 Grand Slam title?

Ons Jabeur (3) against Marie Bouzkova

Ons Jabeur is the highest-ranked player in the women’s draw and the player to beat in the third major of the year.

She topped the first three rounds and lost just 13 games in three games before having a titanic fight with Elise Mertens.

Although Jabeur won in straight sets, it was after a tough 7-6 (11-9), 6-4 fight. The Czech Marie Bouzkova stands in the way of her first Grand Slam semi-final.

In the first three rounds, Bouzkova defeated three Americans. She started with a tight three-pointer against Danielle Collins 5-7 6-4 6-4.

She later fired Ann Li and Alison Riske, leaving them with eight games total. In Round 4, she defeated France’s Caroline Garcia in straight sets and gave a very emotional speech.

For the first time in a Grand Slam, she made it through the second round and is now in position to play for the semifinals.

Cameron Norrie (9) against David Goffin

Home crowds will be delighted as Cameron Norrie attempts to become Britain’s first semi-finalist since 2016 when Andy Murray won the title.

Still in the fourth round of a major, Norrie made some solid showings into the last 8, knocking out first two Spaniards and then two Americans.

All of his opponents were ousted in straight sets except for Jaime Munar in Round 2 when that match went the distance.

David Goffin awaits his chance to silence the All-England club. The Belgian has always been a dark horse, being a three-time Major quarterfinalist.

He scored some comfortable wins in the opening rounds before meeting Frances Tiafoe.

The American was the favorite but Goffin never gave up, eventually sealing the win 7-5 in the fifth in 4 hours and 37 minutes.

This is a true David vs. Goliath match and it remains to be seen if Cam Norrie is ready for Grand Slam success or if Goffin is ready to pull off another upset?

recognitions

Tatjana Maria against Jule Niemeier – in a purely German encounter, both women experienced ups and downs through the tournament. Does Maria roar at the sunset of her career or does Niemeier lay the foundation for hers?

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