Round 1 of the Wimbledon Championships saw exciting victories and surprising losses. French Open 2017 champions, Ostapenko and legendary King of Clay, Rafael Nadal have made it through yesterday in the biggest tournament on grass this year. World No. 3, Stan Wawrinka was defeated early by young Russian, Daniil Medvedev 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. In the next few days.
In Rounds 1 & 2 happening today and tomorrow, we are hopeful in seeing Federer make a comeback in this year’s Wimbledon championships and breeze through his match against World No. 84, Aleksandr Dolgopolov. Their head-to-head records stand at 0-3.
Victorious Djokovic with New Coach Andre Agassi?
Can Novak Djokovic, under new coach, Andre Agassi, revive his successful years of victories by clinching the title at the Wimbledon championships? Boris Becker’s bankruptcy might have played a part in his performance over the last few Grand Slams, but we think Djokovic is ready to breathe in new light under Agassi’s wings. Djokovic will play against the World No. 47 Slovak, Martin Klizan.
Nishikori vs Sergiy Stakhovsky
World No. 9 Nishikori Kei had lost to the Ukrainian twice historically as you can see from the stats. However, we saw Nishikori’s easy victory in round 1 of the Wimbledon yesterday and we think this match would also be in his favor. His match against Marco Cecchinato looked like a simple game for him as he defeated the Ukrainian 6-2, 6-2, 6-0.