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Queen’s Club tournament champion Matteo Berrettini went undefeated on turf this season beating Guido Pella 6-4, 3-6 , 6-4, 6-0 in the first round at Wimbledon

The tough serving Berrettini finished with 20 aces against Pella and took the win with a running forehand

The seventh-seeded Italian became the first player to win Queen’s on his debut since Boris Becker in 1985 and is considered an outside contender at Wimbledon that year

He reached the semi-finals of the U 2019S Open and has just finished a quarter-final at Roland Garros, where he lost to future champion Novak Djokovic

Alize Cornet surprised Bianca Andreescu for the second time in two weeks by defeating Canada’s fifth seed 6-2, 6-1 in the first round at Wimbledon

Cornet smashed the former US Champion open five times and sealed the win by chasing a shot and hitting a lob that landed just inside the baseline on match point

Roland-Garros runner-up Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova qualified for the second round with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Ana Bogdan

The 16th seed Pavlyuchenkova took advantage of 16 unforced errors from Bogdan to win in less than an hour She reached her first Grand Slam final at Roland Garros before losing in three sets to Barbora Krejcikova

Seeded 19th Camila Giorgi and Karolina Muchova also qualified for the second round They were among the 27 first round matches that were not started or completed in the first two days due to delays rain

The flagship match of Day 3 at Wimbledon will be a rematch of the 2018 final as Novak Djokovic faces Kevin Anderson on center court

Djokovic beat Anderson in straight sets in that final and the South African has since slipped out of the top 100 in the standings

Andy Murray, who has just won his first match at Wimbledon in four years, faces Germany’s Oscar Otte

Venus Williams faces 21-seeded Non Ons Jabeur in the women’s draw, a day after her sister Serena Williams was forced to retire due to injury in her opener

Weather forecasts predict only a low chance of rain after several delays in the first two days, which has created a backlog of matches on the schedule

Five-time champion Novak Djokovic renews his long-standing Wimbledon rivalry with Kevin Anderson on Wednesday as serious questions are asked about the quality of the legendary center court where Serena Williams suffered her tournament-ending injury

Serena Williams’ harmless slip of the tongue that ended her Wimbledon campaign at the first hurdle symbolized how her powers were steadily fraying

Alize Cornet shocks Bianca Andreescu in straight sets (6-2, 6-1) to progress Cameron Norrie resumes his first round match against Lucas Pouille after losing the first set Dan Evans faces Dusan Lajovic this afternoon in the second lap Katie Boulter takes on No 2nd seed Aryna Sabalenka in the second round on center court later today

Novak Djokovic landed on his back twice at the start of the first game played on Wimbledon center court this week Roger Federer’s opponent on Matchday 2 Adrian Mannarino also lost his footing in the main stadium, but he was not so lucky: the Frenchman’s 33rd birthday ended with a knee twist and loss, as he was too injured to continue playing All of these contests were played with the retractable roof of the arena closed due to rain

Anderson was outnumbered by Djokovic in the title clash three years ago after spending 11 hours on the pitch in his previous two games The 35-year-old knows he needs to produce his best tennis for compete with Djokovic, unbeaten at the All England Club since the 2017 quarter-finals Former world number five Anderson saw his ranking drop to 102 after suffering injuries for the past two years, including two knee surgeries between September 2019 and February 2020

Seven-time champion Serena Williams said she was ‘heartbroken’ after retiring from injury in her first round match at Wimbledon on Tuesday

Tsitsipas almost beat Novak Djokovic in the Roland Garros final two weeks ago, but fell in the first round at Wimbledon

LONDON (Reuters) – Eight-time champion Roger Federer survived a massive scare against Adrian Mannarino before qualifying for the second round at Wimbledon on Tuesday when the Frenchman retired with a knee injury after slipping on The pitch The match was ready at 6-4 6-7 (3) 3-6 6-2 with Federer forcing a fifth set before Mannarino, celebrating his 33rd birthday, decided he couldn’t continue “That’s awful “said Federer in his field interview

The 27-year-old defeated Marco Cecchinato 6-3 6-4 6-0 to register a second SW19 victory and the first since 2015

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LONDON (Reuters) – Five-time champion Venus Williams, playing as a wildcard in her 23rd Wimbledon, showed vintage form to beat Romanian Mihaela Buzarnescu 7-5 4-6 6-3 and reach the second round on Tuesday The Women the oldest in the draw at 41, Williams hadn’t won a match since reaching the Australian Open second round in February but has shown she is far from finished on her return in a favorite place The shock of the veterans of Court Three, one of many postponed due to rain on Monday, was the 271st victory in a remarkable Grand Slam career for Williams and, despite 10 aces, was not easy

A tearful Serena Williams walked out of Wimbledon limping on Tuesday after falling to her knees on the grass, sobbing and evidently in pain, marking the end of her latest bid for a record, tying the Grand’s 24th singles title The 39-year-old great tennis player started the match with a heavily bandaged right thigh After a long break for treatment in the middle of the first set, against unranked Belarusian Aliaksandra Sasnovich, Williams returned but the distress was evident, as she grimaced and wiped away tears before preparing to serve at 3-all, after Sasnovich came back to even the score two games behind Then, in the middle of a point, Willams fell to the ground before being helped off the field with an apparent injury Roger Federer expressed shock at Williams leaving and expressed concern about the surface of the pitch.His opponent in the first round also retired with a knee injury after a he slip into the match just before Williams stepped onto the same center court Williams, who has won seven times at Wimbledon, has been a runner-up in his last four appearances in the UK Major But her attempt to match Margaret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles has stalled since her last title in Australia in 2017 Rising tennis star Coco Gauff said it was difficult for her to watch the way Williams ended the game, adding “This is the reason I started playing tennis It’s hard to see a player get injured, but especially his”

Buster Posey couldn’t believe it when he was called up by Angel Hernandez in the first round on Monday night

Several stars of Black and AAPI descent, from Naomi Osaka and HER to Silk Sonic, received awards at this year’s Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards HER won the R&B / pop best female artist award year and was one of the nominees for Dr Bobby Jones Award for Best Gospel / Inspiration Saweetie was nominated for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist and Jhené Aiko was nominated for Best Female R&B / Pop Artist

England dreams of Euro 2020 glory after finally defeating Germany’s former nemesis in the round of 16 of a major tournament and now have a favorable draw against Ukraine in the quarter-finals

The British debutante teenager won the opening set against the defending champion before falling in four

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