Top 5 matches between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic

Top 5 matches between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic

Top 5 matches between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic

LONDON: Juan Martin del Potro claimed Wednesday that Wimbledon conqueror Rafael Nadal has more weapons at his disposal than any other player after losing a five-set Wimbledon quarter-final epic.

They have met on 51 previous occasions, but not at this stage of a Slam since the 2014 French Open semi-finals.

"Congratulations to Kevin Anderson for reaching the men's singles semi-finals", Ramaphosa tweeted on Thursday.

This was to be his last Grand Slam until 2017.

He eventually finished off the world No.53 in the third tiebreak to move into his second Wimbledon quarter-final where twice champion Nadal is waiting.

"This is the match I'm looking forward to the most!", she said on BBC's Today at Wimbledon.

"We have always considered him an ambassador and he continues to wave the flag".

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Having crashed out in the first round at Wimbledon for five consecutive times, Goerges' emotions spilled over at the end of the match after she embraced Bertens at the net.

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"I play Los Cabos in Mexico - the beach", he smiled.

Next up for the Spaniard is a blockbuster last four showdown with Novak Djokovic.

"You know that you can't win against him if you don't play very well".

For his part, Djokovic is eyeing a 13th major after making the semi-finals of a Slam for the first time since finishing runner-up at the 2016 US Open. "I can't really remember it".

"I just try to build the momentum".

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After a hectic clay-court season where he won the Monte Carlo, Rome and French Open titles, Nadal made a decision to go into Wimbledon without playing a warm-up event on grass for the second year running.

But the second seed stayed alive by taking the fourth set before the gripping drama continued in an electrifying deciding set in which both players were left diving after volleys and slipping over as they sprinted after blinding winners.

Two-time champion Rafael Nadal outlasted Juan Martin del Porto in a match that lasted almost five hours in the Wimbledon quarterfinals Wednesday in London.

Nadal was two sets to one down before fighting back to win in five sets - and nearly five hours - to reach his first SW19 semi-final since 2011. Playing Djokovic was the sternest test and he came through a dramatic five-setter dubbed the greatest clay-court match of all-time by Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe.

A good start to the match felt key for Del Potro, who was forced to play on both Monday and Tuesday against Gilles Simon in a four-and-a-half-hour last-16 tie.

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He'll need to get past Nadal first.

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"I'm grateful but at the same time trying not to get ahead of myself too much". I'd guess that Rafa will have more self-belief than Djokovic in the early going.

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