The world No 3 was the biggest casualty of the opening day, losing in four sets to the world No 49 Daniil Medvedev.We've got an action-packed day of tennis ahead of us, with Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Angelique Kerber and Grigor Dimitrov all set to get their campaigns underway.The 27-year-old recorded just the one break of serve in the opening game of the match before going on to serve it out 6-4.Former world No 1 John Mc Enroe had warned on Wednesday that Novak Djokovic was at risk of going “off the rails” like Tiger Woods - but there were no signs of such self-destruction here on No.1 Court as the Serbian eased his way past Adam Pavlasek to reach the third round of Wimbledon.
Nella sua carriera, ha vinto 35 tornei in singolare, tra cui tutti i tornei del Grande Slam (due volte a Parigi), le WTA Finals nel 2004 e 12 tornei "Premier" (terza in assoluto per numero di titoli vinti).Ha, infatti, vinto almeno un torneo in singolare per tredici anni consecutivi (un anno in meno rispetto alle sole Steffi Graf, Martina Navrátilová e Chris Evert).à Niagan en Sibérie, est une joueuse de tennis professionnelle russe."He has his right to say the things he wants to say. I'm not really sure." Having been denied the opportunity to whet his Wimbledon appetite in the first round, after Martin Klizan pulled out with an injury in the second set, the world No 4 was treated to three full sets of tennis on Thursday afternoon in which he showcased some of his finest shots.To the thousands of fans who had braved the scorching midday sun to watch the match unfold, the Serbian put on a show.