Wimbledon 2022 LIVE: Nick Kyrgios and Rafael Nadal attempt to join Cameron Norrie in semi-final

Nick Kyrgios remembers cop pulling him out of a pub at 4am before Nadal’s game

Nick Kyrgios and Rafael Nadal will try to set up a semi-final match at Wimbledon as the remaining quarter-finals take place this afternoon at the All England Club.

Half of the semi-final lineup has already been locked in after an epic day of play on Tuesday, with every match taking it far. Cameron Norrie became the fourth open-era British man to reach a Wimbledon semi-final after beating David Goffin in five sets, while Novak Djokovic fought down from two sets to defeat Jannik Sinner.

Today Kyrgios will try to reach his first grand slam quarterfinal when he takes on Cristian Garin. The match comes amid news that the Australian has been taken to court over allegations that he assaulted his ex-girlfriend late last year. Meanwhile, Nadal is looking to continue his winning streak at the grand slams as he takes on the dangerous Taylor Fritz.

Elsewhere, Simona Halep is the last remaining grand slam winner in the women’s draw, taking on Amanda Anisimova, while Ajla Tomljanovic faces Elena Rybakina in the other semi-final. Our Jabeur and Tatjana Maria, the mother of two, have already booked their place in Thursday’s semi-final.

Follow all Wimbledon action, scores and results live below:


Cameron Norrie’s dad opens up on ‘torture’ of watching Wimbledon quarter-finals

Cameron Norrie’s father said watching his son’s last match in the Wimbledon quarterfinals was “torture”. David Norrie, a microbiologist originally from Glasgow, said he struggled to watch the final points of his son’s game on Tuesday.

Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today program on Wednesday morning, he said he could “barely watch”, adding: “The last few points I wanted to say are torture, but in some ways it was an amazing experience, but it was hard to watch. say”.

Mr Norrie said that as someone who plays tennis himself, he is aware of the “ups and downs”, adding that while tennis is a “wonderful game”, it can also be “extremely stressful”.

He said: “I think what I’ve gained over the years is that I realize that matches that seem to slip away can sometimes change quite quickly and I think that happened last night.”

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 10:55 am


Novak Djokovic stayed on track to regain his place on the Wimbledon throne after a pep talk in the toilet.

The defending champion’s bid for a fourth title in a row went crazy when Italian youngster Jannik Sinner won the first two sets.

But for the seventh time in his career, 20-time grand slam winner Djokovic reversed a two-set deficit to win 5-7 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-2.

Djokovic said: “He was the better player for the first two sets, but I had a toilet break and a pep talk in the mirror – it’s true – sometimes these things are needed. The toilet break was the turning point.

“There was no aggression there. It was just a pep talk, a positive conversation. How negative and depressed you feel about yourself in those moments, it really affects you.

“So I did. I did that after losing two sets in the Roland Garros final, and today I did it. It doesn’t always work. It is not a guarantee that it will always work.

“But I just felt like I had to change something. I didn’t play well, I didn’t feel good on the pitch, I was dominated by Sinner.

“Luckily, grand slams are played in the best-of-five, so I had the chance to come back.”

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 10:38


Mother of two Tatjana Maria sets up semi-final with good friend Ons Jabeur

Tatjana Maria will hold onto the winning formula behind her “crazy” run into the last four of Wimbledon after her remarkable journey took another step into the unknown on Tuesday.

A 4-6 6-2 7-5 win over compatriot Jule Niemeier in two hours and 17 minutes on Court One took the German to the All England Club semi-finals, where she will take on “barbeque buddy” Ons Jabeur on Thursday.

Maria gave birth to youngest daughter Cecilia only last April, but reached a first semifinal of a grand slam on her 35th appearance in the main draw of a major tournament.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 10:25 am


Cameron Norrie ready for ‘toughest task in tennis’ against Novak Djokovic

Cameron Norrie had the greatest moment of his career after dramatically reaching the Wimbledon semi-finals before retiring to defeat Novak Djokovic.

The ninth seed recovered twice from a set-down to claim a 3-6 7-5 2-6 6-3 7-5 victory over Belgian David Goffin on a gritty Court One, becoming only the fourth British man in the Open. era representing the last four at the All England Club.

When asked if he can win his semi-final, Norrie said: “Certainly. I think it’s clearly one of the toughest tasks in tennis. I would say grass is his favorite surface and his record here at Wimbledon is unbelievable. It’s going to be tough.

“From today I will have to improve many things. I don’t think I’ll get a chance to lose focus like I did today. I think I got a little lucky. I’m looking forward to bringing him to him and seeing the level he brings.”

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 10:09


Ons Jabeur overcomes setback to set up Wimbledon semi-final against Tatjana Maria

When the going got tough for Ons Jabeur, it was her positive attitude that helped her through Wimbledon. The world’s No. 2 had to dig to the depths of her decision after tracking the dangerous Marie Bouzkova on Center Court. She finished by showing off her entertaining game and showing why she is such an engaging and popular contender for the women’s title. As she advances to her first semifinal at a grand slam, she will face her good friend Tatjana Maria from Germany for a place in Saturday’s final.

The tournament favorite after Iga Swiatek’s departure, Jabeur reached the quarter-finals without dropping a set and as the last remaining seeded player in the bottom half of the draw. After getting through her first three games, the Tunisian has now shown guts in her last two games and faced a two-week deficit to hold off Bouzkova’s advance.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 09:55


Tatjana Maria beats Jule Niemeier and booked a place in the Wimbledon semi-final

In an all-German quarterfinal that few could have predicted, Tatjana Maria exceeded her wildest expectations by beating Jule Niemeier. The 34-year-old’s run up to the final eight had already been one of the most remarkable storylines of the fortnight, with the world No. 103 missing Wimbledon last year when she gave birth to her second child, leaving the fifth seed. Maria Sakkara and former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko. This win might have come against a less formidable opponent, but the sheer spirit and willpower required to subdue Niemeier was a sight to behold and the crowd at Court No 1 certainly enjoyed themselves.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 09:40


Novak Djokovic makes epic comeback in five sets to Jannik Sinner . defeat

Novak Djokovic stared at the brink as the intrepid Jannik Sinner’s bombardment threatened to destroy his aura of invincibility at Wimbledon. He stared at himself, in fact, in the bathroom mirror and down two sets. He emerged, shaken but unscathed, fighting to extend his championship streak to 26 games and keep his title defense alive, but only after the 20-year-old Italian gave him the greatest fear.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 09:27


Cameron Norrie reaches Wimbledon semi-final with victory in five sets over David Goffin

Before we look ahead to today’s action, let’s go back to a busy Tuesday at the All England Club, with all four singles matches. We start with the result of the day from a British perspective and Tom Kershaw’s account of Court One:

“The humble nature that masked Cameron Norrie’s rise to British No. 1 was ripped off in a thrilling comeback victory that showed heart and desire in striking abundance.

“This wasn’t quite the jumping and thrashing odyssey that has always made Andy Murray his signature, but there were tears of joy as Norrie defeated an inspired David Goffin in five tumultuous sets to become Britain’s first Wimbledon semi-finalist since Johanna Konta in 2017.”

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 09:15


What time is Rafael Nadal’s game today?

Rafael Nadal will meet Taylor Fritz this afternoon in the men’s quarterfinals at Wimbledon.

The Spaniard continued his quest for a calendar slam with a straight-sets victory over Botic van de Zandschulp in the fourth round.

Fritz has been in great shape these two weeks, he has yet to drop a set en route to his first grand slam quarterfinal, and the American comfortably defeated Jason Kubler in the fourth round.

The pair have already met once this year in the Indian Wells final, where Fritz was the surprise winner in straight sets.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 09:10


What time does Nick Kyrgios play at Wimbledon today?

Nick Kyrgios will face Cristian Garin in the men’s quarter-finals at Wimbledon this afternoon.

The Australian has endured a tumultuous tournament, surviving a five-set thriller against Paul Jubb in the opening round and beating fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in a bloody duel.

Kyrgios was brought back to five sets by Brandon Nakashima in the previous round and appeared to be suffering from a shoulder injury during the match.

Garin has hardly had an easier route to the final, with the Chilean trailing two sets to defeat Alex De Minaur in the fourth round.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 6, 2022 09:07

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