Zverev fights back to beat Fritz at SW1

Zverev fights back to beat Fritz at SW1

Zverev fights back to beat Fritz at SW1

"So I just started to play better".

"I will have my chances, have to stay aggressive and try to dictate more to the rhythm of today rather than yesterday, that's for sure". "I think he's going to be able to do it".

"After the second set I actually went to throw up during the toilet break, then I felt a little bit better". I thought that honestly. "Are you a masochist?" was the first question asked to Zverev, much to his astonishment. "I know my game, it's adapting well for this surface and I won in three sets, which is good for my body".

In the women's draw, the latest of the seeds has been eliminated as American Madison Keys, seeded 10, succumbed to a 7-5, 5-7, 6-4 defeat at the hands of Russian Evgeniya Rodina. I played well on clay, so it's coming together slowly. For me, because it's such a closed court, for me the court is dark at 7.30pm.

El Salvador's Marcelo Arevalo and Chilean Hans Podlipnik-Castillo beat British pair Jay Clarke and Cameron Norrie 6-4 6-7 (5) 5-7 6-4 22-20 after five hours of play stretched over two days in a marathon opening-round men's doubles clash. "So I'm going match by match, see what could happen".

The Spanish third seed said after falling in fading light: "There's nothing I can do.to say something now makes no sense".

It also allowed Gulbis to join 2017 French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko, who reached the women's fourth round with a victory earlier Saturday, to give Latvia two players in the round of 16 at a major tournament for the first time.

"What can I do?"

"I'd rather go five than lose in four, be out of here, book a flight for me to go home tomorrow".

Estonia's top tennis player Anett Kontaveit (WTA 27) won against USA tennis player Jennifer Brady (WTA 74) on Thursday, advancing to the third round of the Wimbledon tennis tournament. "That's what matters for me".

Alexander Zverev endured more grand slam misery on Saturday as he slumped to defeat against qualifier Ernests Gulbis in round three of Wimbledon.

After enjoying the best Grand Slam run of his career when he made the French Open quarter-finals last month, Zverev is hoping to reach the last eight at Wimbledon for the first time.

The 27-year-old will face unseeded American Mackenzie McDonald in the fourth round on Monday.

Still only 21, Zverev has won three Masters 1000 titles and is firmly established as the brightest young star on the ATP Tour.

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