After a first week filled with dramas, bet the second week will reserve us so many strong moments. More surprises? Hum, I'm not sure if I'm relying on this note: since 2003, the Big FourRoger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray delighted ALL titles at Wimbledon. Not an intruder has managed to make a place to the top in the temple in the last 16 years, fascinating is not it?
Just as surprising to see Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem come out in the first round, because we are talking about three members of the top-10. No luck anyway for the finalist Roland Garros who faced the big server Sam Querrey. The American proved his success on the grass, as his half in 2017 shows, and also his presence in the quarter-finals in 2016 with victories over Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, two SW19 champions. He is extremely dangerous with his champagne tennis and is therefore to be taken seriously. While tomorrow we enter the round of 16, fascinating to realize that only 5 players made their rank is Djokovic, Federer, Nadal, our three musketeers of modern times, as well as Kei Nishikori, finalist quarter last year, and Milos Raonic who went to the ultimate round in 2016.
Let's talk about our Canadian, who is the only one in the second week. Although Milos drags some wounds on his back, calves and feet, he told us at a press conference that his team was helping him to contain the fires. This is good news in itself, but let's say we do not jump out of joy either. However his piece of painting is the most affordable of all since first stands before him the Argentine Guido Pella and potentially Roberto Bautista Agut or Benoit Paire. Our Canadian has never faced Pella, but is impressed by his victory over Kevin Anderson. He is anxious to do everything to avoid long exchanges with the Argentine. If Milos passes and finds Agut in the quarter-finals, he surely knows the way since he beat him 5 times in 5 games and once on grass at Queen's Club when it was the easiest match of the 5. If ever It is a pair that he has in front of him, it will be necessary to be wary because the French has a long range and the capacity to transcend itself in returns. Proof: a victory over Milos indoors in Stockholm in 2013. A long time ago, but still. On the other hand, Milos will surely find the way to make him shoot in forehand. He is as sovereign as ever in service and is happy to improve every game.
In the half, bet that Novak Djokovic, four times All England champion, will stand in front of him, because I do not believe that Ugo Humbert, David Goffin or Fernando Verdasco will know how to block the way. Humbert will be too amazed to find himself face number 1, Verdasco plays a 19th Wimbledon and despite his good qualities in service and forehand, only went to the quarters one small time, so must toil a little more in exchange on grass. For its part, Goffin has the same game as Novak, but less powerful. That said, the Serb seemed to me breathless at times in the first two sets against Hubert Hurkacz. Nothing is gained in advance for him either, but let's admit that he is widely favored.
At the bottom of the table, Roger Federer is doing very, very beautiful things since the beginning of the fortnight. Certainly after his half at Roland Garros and his title on grass in Halle, what amazement all the same he begins his tournament by losing the first set against Lloyd Harris, a South African who made his place in the top-100 for the first time last February. The Swiss will admit that it has been slow to get rid of the stress that sticks to his skin a little too long. In the second round, the divine master loses a little concentration in the second set against Jay Clarke, invited the organizers, before flying over the tiebreaker. Then against Lucas Pouille who has found his impulses of the beginning of the year, we are entitled to a match full of one and the other. It was besides a fireworks of beautiful shots, of mastery game of legs. The difference is that Federer is so beautiful at key moments while Puglie may be a little too big and too fast in the exchange. Roger ends this game by winning 20 points more than Lucas, which is still huge. In three games, RF has lost a set and is aware that it will take a performance to beat him. His next opponent will be Matteo Berrettini who is on a phenomenal run since mid-March with three titles and a final and a beautiful new ranking of top 20. The problem is that it happens to us with a big match of 5 sets and 4:19 of play to beat Diego Schwartzman while saving 3 match points. Can he recover in time? I doubt it, I think rather that Federer will run until the half to face his best enemy Rafael Nadal.
Rafa is hot, hot since the beginning of the tournament. I have never seen it so right and powerful in its attacks. Is the confrontation with Nick Kygios that forced him to climb his intensity of several coaches, perhaps. In any case Joao Sousa will not make the weight while if he faces Sam Querrey, yes he will be wary, because the great American has already beaten him, but I do not believe that physically he can not hold. He is 65th in the world so it becomes difficult to chain games. The five games he played in Eastbourne, just before Wimbledon, also had to be considered to reach the final. Two big weeks of hard work in a row, it's hard.
In the ladies, what happiness to continue to follow the push towards the top of the pyramid of the Australian Ashley Barty. The new number 1 world chain wins as you put the pearls. After her triumph at Roland Garros, she also won on grass in Birmingham. She is on a flight of 15 victories in a row. While the American Alison Riske is a surfer who puts a lot of balls into play, but let's be honest we are all looking forward to seeing the duel in the quarterfinals against Serena Williams provided of course that SW extricated from his meeting against the partner of Nick Kyrgios' training, Carla Suarez Navarro. This is a 6th tournament only for Serena this year, which is very little and his knees remain fragile. With all the range of shots that Barty has, I have the impression that Williams will have plenty of them. A half between the two-time champion Petra Kvitova and Barty would be quite a show against a backdrop, a beautiful contrast of style that we may be entitled to. That's what I want in any case.
At the bottom of the table, what about the 15-year-old sensation Cori Coco Gauff who will face former No. 1 Simona Halep. Oh that it promises! We know the pride of the Romanian who will be ready to die on the ground to avoid falling into the spider web of the young. But be careful, Coco has the answer and she is also extremely competitive. I fear, however, that he may be lacking in juice. On the other hand at 15, we recover quickly. Already passed in the wringer: Venus Williams, five times titled at All England, Magdalena Rybarikova, semifinalist in 2017, Polona Hercoq against whom she had to save match points. Halep will have to be in legs because she has the strong nerves Coco! The half should still be played between Karolina Plishkova and Halep. Normally I say, if Karolina manages to control her nerves.
Otherwise the word of the end belongs to Marcos Baghdatis who decided to retire after his defeat in the second round while the organizers had the delicacy to offer him an invitation. And I quote: "Life is not fair to take what life offers you, but especially to know how to give, to be there for people. My mom taught me that. " Bye Marcos, I'll never forget your smile in Australia in 2006 when you shared your immense talent until the final.
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