Wimbledon day 3 recap: Djokovic, charlatans and those who hate tennis!



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Wimbledon day 3 recap: Djokovic, charlatans and those who hate tennis!

Novak Djokovic needed just under two hours of play to break the resistance of Thanasi Kokkianiks and reach at least the third round for the sixteenth time in his career at Wimbledon. He leaves little room for interpretation in the 6-1 6-4 6-2 final.

He then continues the hunt for the very Serbian champion for the crown week at the Championships, the fourth in a row. The winner of the match between Tabilo and Kecmanovic awaits him now. Against Kwon, presumably, he had kept his foot well off the accelerator in an attempt, at times productive, at times less so, to preserve some energy and above all to regain confidence with the Center Court of Wimbledon.

Fabio Fognini immediately greeted the 2022 edition of Wimbledon after the first day of competition: the blue was defeated in four sets by the talented Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor. The winner of the Monte Carlo Master 1000 in 2019 vented at the end of the lost match in London: "They were all charlatans and we all came here like fools, when we should have boycotted the tournament.

ATP made a wrong decision, that of removing the points. And he did it, moreover, without informing us. In short, we came all the way here for an event that doesn't count. " Benoit Paire, in an interview with L’Equipe, said: "To Wimbledon for money? For those figures, I come whatever happens.

Although I am advised not to play. I try to get rid of this thing, because before I liked tennis, I liked these moments of tension, being on the court, but now I feel really unwell. It is a state of mind that I have had for a while.

Right now I dislike tennis, I hate it. Going on the pitch is something that disgusts me. Every time I step into it, I feel like running away. When I find myself on the pitch I am assailed by anxiety, I can't manage it. " In the first round of Wimbledon Taylor Fritz beat Lorenzo Musetti without worries, defeated three sets to zero.

After the victory in the conference Fritz returned to the success of Indian Wells with an important reflection: "I injured myself in the semifinals in Indian Wells against Rublev. It was a serious injury and I felt a lot of pain.

Before the match I had a lot of treatments but the feelings in the final were not good, the pain had worsened. Fortunately the doctors gave me several injections of lidocaine to anesthetize my foot and in fact during the final I didn't feel anything and I absolutely must say that it was good. "