Novak Djokovic likened his US Open quarter-final rival Matteo Berrettini to a “hammer”, but the top-ranked Serb is embroiled in controversy with all of Wednesday’s equipment to eliminate the big-serving Italian and Stay on the right track for the 21st. Grand Slam title.
The two sides face off for the rest of the Wimbledon match, which saw Djokovic on stage with Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal in the top 20, but not before he was intimidated by his 25-year-old rival, the blockbuster service and Have a hand.
“After Juan Martin del Potro, he’s probably the hardest hitter to serve and farhand. He’s got the deadly service plus one game.
“He is already established as a top player. Without a doubt, he played in the semi-finals, Wimbledon a few years ago. It was a difficult four-setter.
The victory in New York would mean that Djokovic would become the third man in all, and the primary after Rod Lever in 1969, the Australian Open in 2021, the French Open and Wimbledon to retain all four major institutions in the same 12 months. Have won titles.
Despite struggling to get into gear early in his first few matches, the tireless 34-year-old has eliminated his toughest opponents in the past 12 months and will be the agency’s favorite to move on, but Djokovic has not taken Barretini. ۔
“Look, if he serves well, which is his biggest weapon, he’s tough. He’s tough to play at any level. Djokovic said: Have some close matches with them.
“We are going to play a third slam against each other. Hopefully the result will be the same as the previous two.
Fourth seed Alexander Zverev has struggled in the Flushing Meadows this past 12 months and will move on to South Africa’s Lloyd Harris in the quarterfinals of the German Men’s Day.
In the women’s event, fourth-seeded and former World Primary Carolina Pliskova, who could pursue the primary title by liking Xavier, met black horse Maria Sakari in a highly anticipated match during a night session at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Emma Raduccano, a 18-year-old British man who is part of a handful of youngsters winning the 12-month match, would like to pursue her dream, but Olympic champion Belinda Banks is undoubtedly in trouble. ۔