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06 Julio 2017, 09:26 | Cornelio Vivanco
Rafael Nadal booked his 850th win on tour at his 50th Wimbledon match
Murray naturally had the Centre Court gathering at his back, who remained in high spirits despite a couple of rain delays - it is Wimbledon after all!
"If you're in a little bit of pain, but you can still run as you normally do, that doesn't affect how you play".
"I prepared for a lot of matches, tried to get ready for whatever my opponent will throw at you, but you can't prepare for everything", she said when asked about how she was dealing with the fallout from the crash. Before Wimbledon, Wawrinka had lost in his opening match against Feliciano Lopez at the Queen's Club.
With the match tied at one-set-all, the world number 65 from Hamburg found herself 0-5 down in the final set but produced an astonishing comeback against the 26th seed to win 6-3, 5-7, 8-6.
The accusations about her role in a vehicle accident where one person lost its life, made 5-time champion at All England Club cry.
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Nadal, seeded to face defending champion Murray in the semifinals, will play Donald Young for a place in the last 32 as he bids to win Wimbledon for the first time since 2010. I beat some guys.
Meanwhile, Bublik, the world number 134, is making his grass court debut.
After slumping out of Wimbledon with a sore hip and a whimper rather than the usual bang and hipster shtick, Nick Kyrgios predicted Andy Murray would also join the ranks of the suffering this week. The Spaniard was just fantastic, and everything was ideal for him in this match. Despite the swift exit, Bublik was left buzzing. People talk to me because of Wimbledon.
Wawrinka has had just a single match since Roland Garros, coming at the AGEON Open when he went down to Feliciano Lopez, leaving him with just the one match and no wins on grass before Wimbledon. The injury seemed to weigh on Wawrinka's mind as the set went on.
Venus had played her first Grand Slam tournament earlier that year when reaching the French Open second round in the same year.
Nadal delighted an appreciative Court One crowd with a string of impressive shots - none better than a drop shot with enough spin on it to make Shane Warne proud up against Aussie Millman. Wawrinka, holding a break point, ran around his backhand to rip a forehand return victor off of a Medvedev kick serve.
The aforementioned Ostapenko is seeded 12th, while American Madison Keys is 17th, who recently reunited with her coach in the shape of three-time Grand Slam titles victor Lindsay Davenport.
In his milestone 850th match win, he became the seventh player to reach the figure after Roger Federer, Jimmy Connors, Ivan Lendl, John McEnroe, Andre Agassi and Guillermo Villas.
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