All that posturing in front of an empty stadium.

The only way I'll be rooting for him is if he somehow ends up playing Zverev in the final, assuming I can even be bothered to watch.
What I saw of that semi-final was awful. Sakkari getting tight in crucial moments and throwing away chances to win.

No shade to Krejcikova, she beat the six players in front of her, but a French Open champion who hasn't even played in the main draw at two of the other slams would be a desperate low for the WTA. Hoping Pavlyuchenkova can do it.
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What an unreal match from Nadal and Djokovic! I'm screaming during every point (for Nadal of course), but there will be riots when the curfew is issued.


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The third set was insane. Such a high quality. After missing all those chances in the first two game and being down 0-5 - great focus to reset. Rafa was closing so many chances with down the line forehand too.
Didn't even watch today, went to see Cruella instead. Well done to Krejcikova, I just hope she doesn't bomb at Wimbledon and/or the US Open (she'll be making her main draw debut at both!) as this result will look even worse for the WTA than it already does.
Sad. What a choke. Tsitsi may have also been injured, yes, but if he got his shit together after going 1-3 down in the third he maybe wouldn't have gotten injured to begin with.

Congrats, Novak.
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One can hope. I'd hate it if he tied the GS record on Roger's lawn.
Honestly, it still hurts that Roger had two match points on his own serve in that 2019 final.

The only players under 30 to have reached a Wimbledon quarter final are Pouille, Kyrgios and Tomic, so my hopes for a big "changing of the guard" moment come 11 July aren't exactly sky high, let's say that.