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Djokovic On Son Stefan: ‘He’s In Love With Tennis Right Now’

A fun sight throughout Wimbledon has been Novak Djokovic’s son, Stefan, joining the six-time champion on the practice court. What might be surprising is that it appears Stefan is developing a Rafael Nadal-like forehand, with his follow through whipping over his head. “He likes to do that. He likes to intimidate

Van Rijthoven Sees ‘Big Win’ In Djokovic Defeat

Wimbledon debutant Tim van Rijthoven has been the breakout star of the ATP Tour's grass-court season behind victories in his first eight tour-level matches on the surface. While his Cinderella run ended in the fourth round at The Championships courtesy of Novak Djokovic, the Dutchman leaves SW19 grateful for the

Alcaraz: ‘I’m Going To Be A Great Player On Grass’

Despite losing to Jannik Sinner in the fourth round on Sunday, Carlos Alcaraz believes that the grass-court experience he has gained at Wimbledon will greatly benefit him in the future. The 19-year-old Spaniard, who was making just his second appearance at The Championships, downed Lan-Lennard Struff, Tallon Griekspoor and Oscar Otte

Steady Djokovic Pulls Away Late, Awaits Sinner In QFs

With a pair of impressive grass-court win streaks on the line Sunday in the Wimbledon fourth round, Novak Djokovic extended his run to 25 consecutive victories on the surface. He ended the perfect 8-0 grass season of Dutch wild card Tim van Rijthoven with a 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 victory on Centre

Day 8 Preview: Botic Looks To Put ‘Hurt’ On Nadal

Monday's play at Wimbledon will complete the fourth round, setting the quarter-final stage at The Championships. Only four seeded players remain in a wide-open bottom half of the men's singles draw, led by second seed Rafael Nadal, with Nick Kyrgios among the unseeded contenders. Both men will compete on Centre Court

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