Some mouth-watering matches await us in the Men’s Singles Quarter Finals.
The Men’s singles Quarter Finals at Wimbledon are set to get underway on Tuesday, and whilst there is no British representation, we are still in for some enthralling ties involving some of the best players in the world. All, of course, will be vying to continue their quest for the title, but they will have to negotiate this next obstacle.
The four Quarter Final ties are as follows:
Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) vs. Holger Rune (Denmark)
Daniil Medvedev (Russia) vs Christopher Eubanks (United States)
Jannik Sinner (Italy) vs Roman Safiullin (Russia)
Andrey Rublev (Russia) vs. Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
The first of these ties will see Jannik Sinner face Roman Safiullin on Court 1, with the game underway at 14:15. The draw has been favourable for Sinner so far, and he is the favourite to beat Safiullin. This is the first time that the Russian has gone beyond the second round of any Grand Slam, and he has been playing in the main draw of Wimbledon for the first time. Whilst Sinner is the favourite, a shock result is, of course, a possibility.
Andrey Rublev’s Quarter Final tie against Novak Djokovic gets underway on centre court half an hour later. It won’t surprise some people that Djokovic is the favourite, with him being the world number 2 and a 7 time Wimbledon Champion. The Serbian made it through a tough match against Hubert Hurkacz in the previous round. Rublev will be hoping to stop Djokovic from winning an eighth title.
Wednesday sees a further two Quarter Final ties take place. Daniil Medvedev, number 3 in the world, is set to take on America’s Christopher Eubanks, with the two competing for a spot in the semi-final. This has been a difficult tie to predict with both adept on a grass surface. Still, Eubanks has emerged victorious against the Number 12 (Cameron Norrie) and 5 (Stefanos Tsitsipas) seeds in this year’s Championship.
The fourth quarter-final match will see Carlos Alcaraz take on Holger Rune. Alcaraz is the number 1 seed at Wimbledon, making him the favourite to secure a spot in the semi-final. The Spaniard beat Matteo Berrettini 3-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 in the Round of 16 in an enthralling contest on Centre Court.
Whilst there are favourites for each Quarter Final tie, shock results are certainly not out of the question, and we are in store for enthralling, world-class tennis over the next couple of days as we get closer to knowing who will lift the trophy.
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