Medvedev failed, Paul Hurkacz reached the quarter-finals at Wimbledon

Close your eyes and close your eyes: Hubert Hurkacz surprisingly shone in the Wimbledon quarter-finals.

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LONDON – Roger Federer was particularly pleased with the crowd’s support after his Round of 16 victory over Lorenzo Sonego (Italy) at Wimbledon. The eight-time Wimbledon winner thought about his victories, which would have seemed like hollow victories without fans: “Of course I would have won Wimbledon, but there was no way I could feel the same. So I’m very happy the fans are back. I hope it stays on this. grammar”.

Last year, the 39-year-old survived playing in front of empty rows for a long time due to a knee injury. Therefore, Federer is happy that more and more fans are allowed in London after initially 50 per cent occupancy. “Honestly, it felt almost one hundred percent, because the fans here at Wimbledon are doing a great job of making us feel so special,” the Swiss said with all praise.

In the quarter-finals of the 18th Wimbledon Championships, Baszler will not face Russia’s second-ranked Daniil Medvedev, as was expected, but Hubert Hurkacz (14). The Pole won the game, which was canceled the previous evening at 4:3 in the fourth set on Tuesday with 2:6.7:6 (2), 3:6.6:3.6:3. Hurkacz, who won the Masters 1000 in Miami in April, is from Among the last eight in a Grand Slam tournament for the first time. She lost the only confrontation with Federer so far, the 24-year-old Monegas, in 2019 on hard ground. (APA/Reuters)

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