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Wimbledon 2024 Update: Djokovic Ends Popyrin’s Run, Murray’s Mixed Doubles Disappointment, Świątek Crashes Out



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Defending champion Novak Djokovic continued his dominance at Wimbledon, overcoming a strong challenge from Australian Alexei Popyrin in a four-set victory. Djokovic’s composure and skill were on display as he advanced to the fourth round, displaying his versatility on the court.

Meanwhile, the world’s top-ranked female player, Iga Świątek, faced another disappointing exit on the grass courts of Wimbledon. After a remarkable winning streak, Świątek struggled to find her rhythm and succumbed to unseeded Yulia Putintseva in a three-set defeat.

On a day filled with twists, Andy Murray‘s Wimbledon journey took a somber turn as his mixed doubles partner Emma Raducanu withdrew from the competition due to a wrist issue. Murray, a two-time singles champion at Wimbledon, faced further disappointment after earlier exits in men’s doubles.

In the men’s singles draw, Germany’s Alexander Zverev showcased his resilience, navigating past Britain’s Cameron Norrie in a thrilling encounter. Zverev’s impressive serving and tenacity on the court propelled him to the fourth round, matching his best Wimbledon run.

American rising star Ben Shelton made headlines with a string of remarkable five-set victories at Wimbledon, a rare feat in the modern era of tennis. Shelton’s perseverance and adaptability were on full display, cementing his reputation as a formidable force on the grand slam stage.

Rachel Adams

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