Wimbledon LIVE: Latest scores from Novak Djokovic’s return

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Novak Djokovic is looking to continue his march to the Wimbledon final as the Serb targets a seventh SW19 crown and a fourth title in a row when he takes on Tim Van Rijthoven for a place in the last eight.

This follows the drama of Nick Kyrgios beating fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in a thrilling four sets, with the Aussie predictably suffering a mid-game collapse in a heated match, while Djokovic might have been more interested in the form of Rafael Nadal, who was back to his best in a straight-sets win over Lorenzo Sonego.

Today, British hopefuls Cameron Norrie and Heather Watson are also in action, while Ons Jabeur is now favorite for the women’s title after Iga Swiatek’s shock exit against Alize Cornet surprised the world No. to end his winning streak at 37.

There’s also a tasty match on center court among the future of the men’s game with 20-year-old Italian Jannik Sinner taking on 19-year-old Spanish sensation Carlos Alcaraz and the two men keen to book a first-ever quarterback. final at Wimbledon.

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Wimbledon 2022: *Cameron Norrie 6-4 6-5 Tommy Paul – Norrie is back right away!

But now Paul shows his nerves! The forehand is dismissed and then a double fault again brings Norrie two break points. He saves first with the ace and then watches a forehand winner catch the line.

Norrie comes straight back and pins a slice in Paul’s feet. Paul skelps a long forehand and Norrie comes right back!

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 5:13 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 5-4 Tommy Paul* – Paul breaks!

Norrie tightens on the forehand by serving it, and the backhand into the net earns two break points for Paul. Great depth of American and Norrie nets! Back to service.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 5:09 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 5-3 Tommy Paul

Norrie goes through another service game after answering Paul’s question at 30-30 with the drop shot then forehand into the corner.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 5:03 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 4-2 Tommy Paul

Court One loves this Norrie performance! Exceptional movement from the Briton to win the point of the match, as he reached a bunt from Paul and won a spectacular rally as he found the baseline with the lob.

Paul returns to two but Norrie fires the charming forehand winner down the line. However, I still can’t get the catch and Paul enters the net to put away the volley.

Norrie must save two break points with the backhand cross – the sixth he has saved in the game so far. Paul is crazy with the forehand from the baseline and Norrie claims the hold after nine minutes!

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:54 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 2-1 Tommy Paul – Norrie breaks!

Such a clean strike from Norrie on the forehand side! Paul has no answer as he faces two break points on his serve. Paul scores twice and the ninth seed takes an important step forward in his quest for the quarter-finals.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:39 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Jannik Sinner 6-1 Carlos Alcaraz

Quite a score on center court as Jannik Sinner storms into the first set against Carlos Alcaraz, in the battle of the two young stars vying for the quarter-finals. Sinner is certainly capable of upsetting, but I don’t think anyone expected the Italian to go through to a 6-1 opening set.

Alcaraz sends the sublime winner down the line, but it’s followed by a long forehand and Sinner finishes it off with a massive ace wide.

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Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:35 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 Tommy Paul

Well done, Cameron Norrie! He gets going by taking the opposing set 6-4, surviving and some test questions from the American on his service game.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:24 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 4-3 Tommy Paul

Cameron Norrie settles in well in the first fourth round match of his Grand Slam career as he smashes Tommy Paul in the opening set.

The British player has a real chance to reach the semi-finals and was very impressive in knocking out Steve Johnson in the previous round.

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Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:13 p.m.


Watson denied Wimbledon quarter-final by Niemeier

Heather Watson couldn’t keep the party going on center court after her unexpected Wimbledon run was halted before the quarter-finals by Germany’s Jule Niemeier. There would be no heartbreaking ending to this occasion and although Watson will regret the missed opportunity of an open tournament draw, 23-year-old Niemeier proved to be on a different level and well deserved his place. in the last eight.

Watson overcame the trauma of a previous losing streak at Wimbledon by reaching the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the first time in 43 attempts, but Niemeier had no such history to speak of and swung freely as She seized the opportunity on what is her Wimbledon debut. Niemeier, the world number 97, stunned second seed Annet Kontaveit early in the tournament and will face another German, Tatjana Maria, for a place in the semi-finals.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:06 p.m.


Wimbledon 2022: Watson 2-6 4-6 Niemeier – Game, set and match!

Niemeier attacks Watson’s backhand with that powerful forehand, and the British net on the third match point.

His run at Wimbledon is cut short in the fourth round, but what a journey it has been. A huge victory for Niemeier, however, who is in the quarter-finals for what is only his second Grand Slam appearance.

“I just want to say sorry,” she said. “I was nervous but as soon as I stepped onto the pitch I felt confident.”

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 3:42 p.m.

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