Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Sports | By Jonathan Ford

Wimbledon Online Streaming Men's Tennis Quarterfinals Match (Final Set)

Wimbledon Online Streaming Men's Tennis Quarterfinals Match (Final Set)

Opening in typically dominant style, the 36-year-old Federer won the opening two sets; relinquishing a match-point in the third. "I think in hindsight that was a great decision", he recalled.

"Of course this is an important result for me", Nadal said after the match. I said today is going to be my day.

In a battle of two of the sport's top servers, No. 13 seed Raonic lost 6-7 (5), 7-6 (7), 6-4, 6-3 against No. 9 seed Isner of the US, on Wednesday.

He equalled his own record of winning 34 consecutive sets at SW19 by taking the the first two against Anderson.

The setting was not the only thing alien to the defending champion.

Roger Federer crashed out of Wimbledon after a marathon five-set shoot-out with big-serving Kevin Anderson in the quarter-finals.

From there, the tall and powerful Anderson kicked on whilst Federer stalled. I was able to bring that.

"I didn't feel mental fatigue".

"I really hope it's an example of sticking to your dreams and keep believing in yourself". By this time next year he will be closing in on his 38th birthday.

This was his 13th win in a row against Nishikori, who is also on the way back up after an injury nightmare.

"It motivates me to do extremely well here because I don't want to sit here and explain my loss".

Not that Anderson is anything other than an elite tennis player.

Only once before had Federer played more games at a Grand Slam and on that occasion, he prevailed 16-14 in the 2009 Wimbledon final against Andy Roddick.

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"He's not going to stay around forever but there's no reason for him not to come back one more year at least".

Roger Federer thinks a scheduling clash between the World Cup and Wimbledon is football's issue, and not something tennis should be worrying about. This exit will be a tough blow, but he's faced defeats before. We are not talking about already that I played a final or I won the tournament.

It's the shock of the tournament for sure. Anderson held for 5-all, broke to 6-5 with a violent return victor off a 97 miles per hour second serve, then staved off three break points and closed the set with a 133 miles per hour ace.

But he lost his rhythm at the start of the second set as Anderson made his move.

There was little sign of the drama which unfolded when Federer raced through the first set in 26 minutes. All credit to Anderson, he hung in there and somehow won the third.

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