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These accusations have been reported by Croatian daily Slobodna Dalmacija.
Cilic’s manager has been quoted as recently saying, “There are no comments until we will be able to comment.” Read more
A statement by the ITF indicated their stance on the incident:
“Mr Troicki provided a urine sample, but did not provide a blood sample.
He asserted to an independent tribunal that he was assured by the doping control officer (DCO) that it would be acceptable not to provide a sample on Read more
Lleyton, one of the most fierce competitors around, made excuses after the match and blamed his more difficult draw and fatigue for not crossing the finish line and it was this that Michael Russell took issue with.
Michael Russell’s Facebook page soon displayed a rant directed at Hewitt in which he called the Australian a “douche bag” and a “racist”. Read more
Andy Murray d Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4.
Impressive performance. Well done.
Say no more.
Despite the raw physical power of Juan Martin del Potro, the lanky Argentine entered his semi final against Novak Djokovic at a heavy disadvantage with serious knee injury which hampered his movement. In a way it was one leg against two and the outcome was almost certain but the way it played out was incredible.
There seemed to be no way Novak was going to let the opportunity of a second Wimbledon final go without a battle to the death.
As it turns out Juan Martin del Potro was more than happy to battle to the death despite his knee injury.
Four hours and 42 minutes later on a sunny warm London day Novak Djokovic beat Juan Martin 7-5, 4-6, 7-6, 6-7, 6-3. Read more
It was another hideous hyper-extension injury to the left knee of Argentine Juan Martin del Potro in the first game of his quarterfinal against David Ferrer that left many wondering if he’d done serious ligament damage. Somehow Juan Martin not only got up and walked on despite the pain but beat David Ferrer in straight sets.
It’s going to be another story in the semi finals against Novak Djokovic who has the power to match Del Potro but a flexibility that is matched seemingly by no one except a Cirque du Soleil acrobat.
Hopefully Delpo can find some stability in that knee to take him just a bit further.
Sabine has now made four consecutive Wimbledon quarterfinals (she missed 2010) and has taken the French Open champion down along the way each time – this time is was Serena Williams.
Coming into the tournament Serena had been on a 34 match winning streak and it was said to be her tournament to lose but in a tournament of upsets and injuries the five time champion has been sent packing. Sabine won the encounter 6-2, 2-6, 6-4. Read more