Sinner Kecmanovic and Jannik travel to the last 16 at Wimbledon. The Serb was eliminated in the third round with a score of 6-1, 6-4, 6-2.

The wrongdoer becomes the master again.

(Gaia Picardi) is distracted with Hanfmann and worried about Berrettini, Jannik Sinner returns to dominate in Wimbledon third round Confirming the trend that wants to grow all the way. The unlucky man on the other side of the net, in the center court that is always closed due to rain One of Djokovic’s many grandchildren, Miomir Kecmanovic, was raised under the totem, He left the tournament stunned by the world number one. He should also be thanked for preventing Jannik from playing his fourth meeting this season with the Dutch rival Grexpreur, who some headache The Red Baron – on paper – can make it.

Sinner stepped onto the grass yesterday with only one goal in mind: Wasting as little energy as possible With Kecmanovic, an opponent he knows well and who has no weapons to worry about; using the match as a training session for the day was the strategy already adopted at Roland Garros to test his injured thigh, this time the green area of ​​Church Road gave him the opportunity to respond to the Serb’s backhand and a serve that was never stronger than his before (209 km/h maximum), but the response will be a weapon again – the same one that made the difference in four sets with Berrettini on Wednesday night – in the round of 16. Yannick is tomorrow’s competitor Rather, he will emerge from the American confrontation. Shelton (#14), Rising Star (21 years old), Canadian Shapovalov (No. 121), Unborn Star (25 years old), Both left-handed.

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Too high on risk, Sinner took any temptation away from Kecmanovic with his joke, and gave him the crumbs of his very personal banquet. (84 points to 56): He lost fifty-two serves in the first set (6-1), and five in the second (6-4). For now, he chose to relax in the earlier rounds, and ended up losing the third set to both Hanfmann and Berrettini. Yannick didn’t hesitate. The only generosity was to allow the Serb to advance in the fourth game, then extend the lead to 3-1 after breaking his serve at the start of the set. By that point, the match had already been played for 78 minutes. One-sided tennis, not a drop in the bucket for the spectators in the center, including Dustin Hoffman, who never left his post all day, but enjoyed the challenge between Carlos Alcaraz and Frances Tiafoe, who were overcome by American selfishness and the Spaniard’s absent-mindedness, which kept the match open for five sets and nearly four hours.

When Kecmanovic found a piece of shine onIt was too late now. Sinner, who yesterday served wisely and volleyed precisely in the spirit of experimentation that motivated him, recovered from 0-30, cancelling the Serb’s only break point (thanks to a double fault by the Italian) with a forehand cross. He closed 6-2 in an hour and 36 minutes while running in the bathroom. “I’m happy with the way I touched the ball,” he said. “On a busy day in the position, I moved quickly. Playing in this special position makes me happy.” I have worked hard to be in this position but there is still a lot of improvement I need to do. I am learning to make friends with the grass, at first I had a lot of difficulty, “I feel more comfortable today.”

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There is nothing to give away, from now on, at Wimbledon more than that. With the midpoint of the round of 16 reaching on Monday, the second week will enterSuddenly, it became another championship. Along with Yannick, the handsome Dimitrov survived, Alcaraz with light and shadows, and Paul who trained in Queens, and the other Azzurri will have to secure passage to the next round today: Musetti with the Argentine carneader Comisana and Fognini Rain interrupted him while he was driving with Bautista Agut. The veteran has the chance to bring his 37 years of experience to the last 16 of a tournament he has never loved. (His desire to end up under fire, in 2019, cost him a $3,000 fine.) There is, indeed, quite deservedly, Yasmine Paolini, Her win over former Slam queen Andreescu confirms the long stretch of the best season of her life. The Paris finalist, the first Italian in history to reach the fourth round in the first three Slams of the year, Gus tries to get some weed too. “I’m having fun,” he says. It’s in the board section run by Keys, Navarro and Gauff. Jasmine vs. America, anything is possible.

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