H.Hello and good afternoon from Wimbledon as we enter the business finale of the tournament with the men’s and women’s quarterfinals.
On St. Court, Novak Djokovic will start the game against the talented Janik Sinar at 1.30pm and that match will be followed by Mary Bozkova vs. Ons Jabeur. While on Court 1, Britain’s Cameron Nari is scheduled for his second match and he will face David Goffin.
Although Djokovic has made relatively straightforward progress in the last eight, he dropped a set in the previous round against wildcard Tim Van Rizthoven. And today, he faces a tough test again with Cinar, who is enjoying his best run at SW19.
Djokovic says: “I have only superior and positive things to talk about in the game of Sinar. We all know he is very talented. He is now an established top player.
“I’ve seen him play different surfaces over the last few years. He’s matured a lot on the big stage. I don’t think he feels too much pressure on the big stage because he can get you sometimes when you’re younger.
“He is very confident. He believes he can win against any stadium, which is important for a young player like him. He is experienced now, although he is still young, because he has had big matches, top-10 players.”
Cena has achieved his match-up with Djokovic by winning his next generation battle with Carlos Alcaraz and is full of confidence.
He said: “Of course it’s going to be a tough match. I mean, he’s playing very, very well. I’ll try to give my best. That’s the minimum I can do. Enjoy every moment there, which I did. Today.
“Going to Center Court was a very special feeling. So, yes, let’s see what happens in the next round. But, yes, I think today I can be happy and try to recover in the best possible way.” Next game. “