Kyle Edmund fears Wimbledon match with Djokovic will clash with England game

Kyle Edmund fears Wimbledon match with Djokovic will clash with England game

Kyle Edmund fears Wimbledon match with Djokovic will clash with England game

Novak Djokovic criticised the Centre Court crowd after he rediscovered his old fire to knock British hope Kyle Edmund out of Wimbledon in a red hot third-round clash on Saturday.

Novak Djokovic books a place in the fourth round of Wimbledon courtesy of a 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-4 victory over Great Britain's Kyle Edmund.

"I expected them to support Kyle, obviously", Edmund said in his post-match press conference. "Not an ideal situation for me but somehow managed to come back", Djokovic said after his victory.

'I would have maybe, looking back on it, liked to have been a little bit more aggressive at stages.

"It will help him next time he steps on the centre court anywhere in the world playing the big names".

"There is a certain unwritten borderline where you feel that it's a bit too much, " Djokovic said about being booed at times by the partisan crowd on Centre Court at the All England Club on Saturday (NZT Sunday).

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Edmund prepared for the match by watching England's World Cup quarter-final win in Wimbledon's locker rooms - and, with flawless timing, walked on court just seconds after the full-time whistle in Samara.

An upset looked on the cards, as Edmund took the first set 6-4 in dominant fashion.

He found himself down 0-30 serving for the set but recovered impressively, clinching it with a 131mph service victor. It seems like Kyle's serving like Isner right now. It eventually arrived after the Brit double-faulted in the eighth game.

Djokovic saw chances go begging in the opener, but stepped things up in set two and deservedly levelled after repeatedly putting pressure on the Edmund serve.

But seven-time grand slam victor Wilander believes the 23-year-old is ready to take the scalp, saying: "He goes in as the underdog if you look at what they've done, but not necessarily right at this moment in their careers I don't think".

"I guess a lot of the afternoon will be taken up by his preparation, whether he is eating, or with Prangers [fitness trainer Ian Prangley] doing his treatments so I think he would be relatively sheltered from it".

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"I'm sure they'll factor that in", he said.

The shocks continued in the women's draw on Friday, with last year's runner-up Venus Williams and her American compatriot Madison Keys joining the exodus of top-10 seeds.

Hsieh is set to play the last-16 round against Slovakia's Dominika Cibulkova, world number 33, who eliminated world number 15 Elise Mertens of Belgium.

Kei Nishikori equaled his best Wimbledon performance as he advanced to the fourth round by beating Nick Kyrgios 6-1, 7-6 (3), 6-4.

'This year I've returned better on grass.

Bencic, who staged a strong return to competitive play at Wimbledon after being sidelined for several months due to injury, will next face off against former world No. 1 Angelique Kerber of Germany, now world number 10.

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