On Wimbledon’s Super Monday, the men’s and women’s singles eighth finals will be played together. However, in men's singles, the Big Three did not face more challenges as the round progressed. They all advanced more easily than the previous round.
First, Nadal scored a score that patients with OCD would feel extremely comfortable, 6 -2 6-2 6-2 swept Sousa. SubsequentlyDruid defeated France's 98-year star Amber 6-3 6-2 6-3. Although the derby allowed his opponent to get 2 more rounds than Nadal, there was actually not much difference, because their opponents did not get any break opportunities.
The 17th seed Berretini claimed to have the weapon to defeat Federer before the game, but even if he got the only break point in the three giants yesterday, he could not escape 1-6 2-6 The 2-6 fiasco. The whole game only took 1 hour and 14 minutes, a few minutes more than the first round of Tomic's negative match against Tsonga.
The interesting thing is, Federer, Nadal, and Druid alternately lost a set in the first three rounds, and from the second round, Druid, Nadal, and Federer alternated to score the easiest advancement score of the round. Although in general it feels hot, but I like it more seriously. I made a detailed data on the first three rounds of the Big Three.
From the perspective of the total data, Federer is the easiest to advance in terms of the total number of games and the total time consumed. One, although he encountered two seeded players on his way to promotion. But the highest ranked Berrettini is indeed the one who lost the worst... Nadal's overall promotion is the most difficult, against Kyrgios. The game is indeed the hardest battle of the Big Three on the way to advancement.
In the break situation, Druid was given more break points, and accordingly he was broken more serve. , And his "missing points" situation is also the most serious. Federer still leads the break serve efficiency list, and at the same time only lost the least two serve games.
Of course, these data are only based on my data control habit. When it comes to the Big Three, it may not be meaningful That’s big. The only thing we can be sure of is that they are in very good condition.
Yesterday, in other aspects of men’s singles, No. 23 seed Agut became the only player to advance in three sets besides the giants. , He defeated the French player Parley and broke into the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam for the second time after the Australian Open. The 26th seed Pella has gone through five sets against Li Cranic.With his best result in the third round, he also achieved a breakthrough with the improvement of his strength this year. The crazy thing is that between Agut and Pera, there will be a Grand Slam Final Four.
Nishikori Kei, Goffin and Querei all advanced with four sets yesterday. And they will face Federer, Druid and Nadal in the quarterfinals. In contrast, although Querrey is not a seeded player, he isThe threat on the grass is the biggest, after all, he eliminated Druid at Wimbledon and defeated Nadal in Acapulco.