Wimbledon 2018: Indignant Novak Djokovic is joy to watch once more

Wimbledon 2018: Indignant Novak Djokovic is joy to watch once more

Wimbledon 2018: Indignant Novak Djokovic is joy to watch once more

Kei Nishikori bowed out of Wimbledon on Wednesday after losing to Novak Djokovic 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the quarterfinals.

He saw off Kei Nishikori in the quarter-finals with a vintage performance for his first semi-final of any Grand Slam since the 2016 US Open, which he won. His latest foray into the final four of Wimbledon is just another addition to his now 32 Grand Slam semifinal appearances, now second on the list behind Roger Federer.

The former world number one has struggled for both form and fitness during the past two seasons, with an elbow injury hindering the Serbian, while he was stunned by Marco Cecchinato at the French Open this year.

The Argentine, who leads the stubborn baseliner 4-3 in previous encounters, levelled on his second break point and it went to 5-5, but Simon broke again to take the first set off Del Potro in the tournament so far. "Maybe things changed if I got the game".

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"Also psychologically obviously, I was so fortunate to have so much success on the tour over the course of 10-plus years". During Wimbledon, speaking of the big event that is taking place in Russian Federation, in which his country, Serbia, failed to go beyond the group stages, Djokovic said: 'I support Croatia. Early on he was bothered by the glare off the sun, adjusting his serve and then sporting a cap.

Djokovic now awaits Rafael Nadal or Juan Martin del Potro and on Friday will contest his first All England Club semi-final since 2015.

"Approaching Roland Garros and Wimbledon this year for me is quite different from any other year because of circumstances that I was in in the last 12 months, the injury, the surgery, so forth", Djokovic said. President Vucic meanwhile explained that "I backed Russian Federation as that is my right".

Djokovic, seeded 12th, was visibly disappointed at those missed opportunities, incurring a warning from umpire Ramos for throwing his racket, and Nishikori made him feel even worse when he broke to lead 3-1 after Djokovic put an attempted drop shot into the net.

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"I didn't harm the grass, I know how I threw the racket". "I'm frustrated to lose today, but these two weeks have helped me going forward". I don't want to stop here.

" I thought it was unnecessary to get the warning".

"So I think it's not fair but it is the way it is, in the mix of emotions and a tough match it happens".

"It took me two or three months and that was frustrating that I wasn't able to perform the game that I was used to and the level of tennis I wanted to play".

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