Tsitsipas faces early obstacle in high-flying Kyrgios

Tsitsipas faces early obstacle in high-flying Kyrgios

Tsitsipas faces early obstacle in high-flying Kyrgios

Tsitsipas faces early obstacle in high-flying Kyrgios

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  • Stefanos Tsitsipas’ freshly discovered love for grass will confront a harsh test.
  • Greek fourth seed faces super hot Nick Kyrgios in their third-round standoff.

Tsitsipas brought home his lady grasscourt championship in Mallorca last week and has conveyed that structure into Wimbledon.

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Showing looks at the quality that has assisted him with prevailing on different surfaces.

Be that as it may, in red hot Australian Kyrgios, Tsitsipas faces a player who relishes playing on grass and has been in stunning structure himself, terminating 24 pros and 50 champs in his straight-sets destruction of Filip Krajinovic in the past round.

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“Scratch has more matches on me in these courts. He professes to like grass. I think his game is great for the grass,” Tsitsipas told columnists after his success against Jordan Thompson.

“I will attempt to focus on doing my thing and focus on my own game beginning to end. Ideally I can remain there and accomplish something extraordinary.”

The two got in Halle driving together to Wimbledon, with the Australian dominating the competition and working on his no holds barred record against Tsitsipas to 3-1.

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“We’re two of the greatest stars in the game. Ideally on the off chance that we both bring our best tennis, it will be astounding to watch,” said Kyrgios.

On the ladies’ side, youthful American gifts Coco Gauff and Amanda Anisimova crash on the huge stage for just the subsequent time, with the champ prone to favor their possibilities diving deep in the competition given how the draw is getting down to business.

Rivals on the lesser visit, their directions have followed a comparable way, with Gauff, 18, arriving at the last at the current year’s Roland Garros, where the 20-year-old Anisimova originally leaving her imprint with a hurry to the last four out of 2019.

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On the opposite side of the generational gap, 32-year-old Petra Kvitova proceeds with her journey for a third Wimbledon crown against Spanish fourth seed Paula Badosa, who will be seeking arrive at the last 16 for the second year straight.

“I just rehearsed with her in Eastbourne before the competition began. Really forceful from the two sides,” said Kvitova.

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“That is the very thing that I will without a doubt be prepared for. Huge serves, incredible returns. She attempts to forcefully play. However, I think still that she loves more hard court and dirt than the grass. Ideally that could be my benefit a smidgen.”

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