At Wimbledon the Next Gen had no chances; Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roberto Bautista (at his fitst Slam-semifinal) are the semifinalists of men's singles. The average age of the four semi-finalists is of 33.5 years-old, and they showed as the Old Gen still rule.
The run of Andy Murray and Serena Williams in the mixed doubles of Wimbledon ended in the quarterfinals. The Briton and the American were defeated by Soares and Melichar in three sets. However Murray is finally ready to return to compete in the men 'singles for the next tournaments!
Marc Rosset has his opinion on the grass of the Wimbledon courts: "Nadal practically plays in the same way here as in Paris. All this started when they wanted to give to Henman an advantage, and we ended up with a final between Hewitt and Nalbandian.
they went too far”. After her disastrous Wimbledon (and her disastrous season) Garbine Muguruza splitted with Sam Sumyk. The two have been collaborating since September 2015, and have won the Roland Garros and Wimbledon.
Also in this period Muguruza has been world no for some weeks. 1. Roger Federer's victory against Kei Nishikori in the Championships quarter-finals is the 100th victory of the Swiss Maestro on the lawns of the All England Club.
Federer will challenge Nadal in the semi-finals for the second consecutive Grand Slam. Tomorrow women's singles semi-finals: Elina Svitolina vs. Simona Halep and Barbora Strycova vs. Serena Williams.