In both areas, we start with a women’s match (Halep-Anisimova and Rybakina-Tomljanovic) before the men’s quarter-finals, which will therefore be simultaneously
Four days after a nerve-wracking battle against Stefanos Tsitsipas, Nick Kyrgios will return to the first court turned arena in the third round match between the Australian and the Greek. The boy from Canberra to reach the semi-finals for the first time in a Grand Slam will play Christian Garin, who miraculously relegated to the quarter-finals after being less than two sets to zero against Alex de Minaur, the Kyrgios native. “I’m sorry I didn’t play against De Minaur, I went on the field and won two sets to zero and now I find out he lost…” Nick’s words at the end of the win over Brandon Nakashima.
The match between Kyrgios and Garin, the first player in the major quarter-finals, will be the second on Field 1: The match between Agla Tomljanovic and Elena Rybakina, president of the series No. 17. Both are looking for the first. The Grand Slam semi-finals of their career, with the Australian returning to the Wimbledon quarter-finals after arriving there last year as well. On the center court there will be two more singles matches completing the quarter-final picture: at 2.30pm Simona Halep will take the field against Amanda Anisimova – seeded 16th and 20th respectively – and then Rafael Nadal’s turn against Taylor Fritz. Thus, the two most anticipated matches – that of Kyrgios and Nadal, who could be in the semi-finals – will be simultaneous (at least partially).
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