Nadal has got more than other players, says Del Potro

Nadal has got more than other players, says Del Potro

However, on the other side of the draw, a mouth-watering semi-final has been set up between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

A year after the epic encounter between Nadal and Djokovic at the semifinal stage of Roland Garros, they took on each other in the final in 2014.

Soon enough, del Potro was down on his belly after one last slip, as Nadal finished off the victory with a volley.

Having crashed out in the first round at Wimbledon for five consecutive times, Goerges' emotions spilled over at the end of the match after she embraced Bertens at the net.

"I just try to build the momentum".

Djokovic's fall from grace found him ranked at 21st in the ATP World Rankings before the start of the tournament, but his path back to the top is being cleared, and he will face this year's French Open champion Nadal for the 52nd time in the pairs career. In the post-match interview, Anderson stated: 'I'm not quite sure what to say.

When he finally prevailed after four hours and 48 minutes, Nadal - and del Potro - received a rousing standing ovation from the packed crowd including another living legend left-hander Rod Laver in the Royal Box.

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Anderson produced an unbelievable comeback from two sets down - and facing a match point in the third set - to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals for the first time with a 2-6 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 6-4 13-11 victory over eight-time champion Federer on Wednesday. Since 2013, Djokovic has generally had the upper hand on Nadal, winning 11 of their 14 meetings.

"Of course I was anxious when I lost the second set", said Nadal, who had reached the quarter-finals without dropping a set and might have continued that run had he not squandered four set points, including one with a double fault, in the tiebreak.

Anderson is the first South African to make the last-four since Kevin Curren in 1983. But I'm glad with my tournament.

"But also putting myself in these positions where hopefully I'm able to get another step forward and be playing on Sunday".

"I'm very, very happy to be in this position right now", said the ninth seed, who has never played on Centre Court at Wimbledon.

"Beating Roger Federer at Wimbledon is definitely one I'm going to remember".

Ten years on from that remarkable contest, which is widely considered as "the greatest ever tennis match", Nadal was again celebrating another All England Club success with the same broad match details.

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