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Croatia Open Umag Order of Play Monday July 16th 2018| Plava Laguna

Croatia Open Umag  2018 Qualy Draw | Plava Laguna
Croatia Open Umag Order of Play Monday July 16th 2018| Plava Laguna

Goran Ivanisevic Stadium Starts At 5:30 Pm
1st Rd
Guido Pella vs Taro Daniel
Not Before 8:00 Pm
1st Rd
Laslo Djere vs Pablo Cuevas
1st Rd
Roman Jebavy/Jiri Vesely vs (WC)Ivan Sabanov/Matej Sabanov

Grandstand Starts At 5:00 Pm
Q-F
(1)Martin Klizan vs (8)Kenny De Schepper
Q-F
(2)Rogerio Dutra Silva vs (7)Andrej Martin

Court 1 Starts At 5:00 Pm
Q-F
(4)Stefano Travaglia vs Pedja Krstin
Not Before 7:30 Pm
1st Rd
Maximilian Marterer/Hans Podlipnik-Castillo vs Marco Cecchinato/Albert Ramos-Vinolas
1st Rd
Romain Arneodo/Benoit Paire vs Ariel Behar/Enrique Lopez Perez

Court 2 Starts At 5:00 Pm
Q-F
(3)Alexey Vatutin vs Marco Trungelliti

Swedish Open Order of Play Monday July 16th 2018

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Swedish Open Order of Play Monday July 16th 2018

Centre Court Starts At 11:00 Am
Q-F
(1)Corentin Moutet vs (5)Christian Garin
Not Before 1:00 Pm
1st Rd
Matteo Berrettini vs (6)Leonardo Mayer
1st Rd
(WC)Jaume Munar vs (WC)Casper Ruud
Arslan Temirhanov vs Timothy Carlsson Seger
Adam Heinonen vs Linus Carlsson Halldin

Court 1 Starts At 11:00 Am
Q-F
(4)Simone Bolelli vs (7)Viktor Galovic
Not Before 1:00 Pm
1st Rd
(1)Max Mirnyi/Philipp Oswald vs Roberto Carballes Baena/Federico Delbonis
1st Rd
Sander Gille/Joran Vliegen vs (2)Julio Peralta/Horacio Zeballos

Court 2 Starts At 11:00 Am
Q-F
(2)Henri Laaksonen vs (6)Juan Ignacio Londero

Court 3 Starts At 11:00 Am
Q-F
(3)Calvin Hemery vs (8) Alt Zdenek Kolar

Djokovic wins Wimbledon 2018 title

Djokovic wins Wimbledon 2018 title
Djokovic wins Wimbledon 2018 title

Novak Djokovic proved conclusively he remains one of the biggest beasts in men's tennis by outplaying South African giant Kevin Anderson to claim a fourth Wimbledon title on Sunday.

Nole put two years of turmoil behind him to beat a battle-weary Anderson 6-2 6-2 7-6(3) on a sweltering Center Court and add a 13th Grand Slam trophy to his bulging cabinet.

It was clear what it meant to the Serb as he ended a two-year Grand Slam title drought by getting his hands back on the trophy he also raised in 2011, 2014 and 2015.

"I had any moments of doubt and didn't know if I could compete," Djokovic, who retired in the quarter-final last year with an elbow injury that required surgery this year, said on court.

Rafa Nadal Wimbledon Semi-final press conference

Rafa Nadal Wimbledon Semi-final press conference
Rafa Nadal Wimbledon Semi-final press conference

Rafael Nadal speaks to the media after his 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(9), 3-6, 10-8 defeat against Novak Djokovic
Q. You've played so many brilliant matches against Novak. Where does that rank?
RAFAEL NADAL: Being honest, I didn't have the chance to analyze where rank. I don't remember all the matches.

Have been a great match. I think a fantastic level of tennis for both of us. I think I was not a spectator, but I think was a great show for the fans.

Of course, not happy with the final result. Of course, happy about being part of this match that have been a great one.

Kevin Anderson Wimbledon Semi-final press conference

Kevin Anderson Wimbledon Semi-final press conference
Kevin Anderson Wimbledon Semi-final press conference

Kevin Anderson speaks to the media after his 7-6(6), 6-7(5), 6-7(9), 6-4, 26-24 win against John Isner

Q. You said after Roger, you gave yourself a bit more belief this year. Is that what got you through that exhausting match?
KEVIN ANDERSON: Yeah, I don't know what got me through today's match other than just a will to try to succeed, keep pushing myself.

I knew it was going to be a tough match playing John. We've played a few times. He's gotten the better of me in our head-to-heads. I've struggled against him in certain areas. Just watching the way he played all week, I thought he was playing great tennis.

John Isner Wimbledon Semi-final press conference

John Isner Wimbledon Semi-final press conference
John Isner Wimbledon Semi-final press conference

John Isner speaks to the media after his 7-6(6), 6-7(5), 6-7(9), 6-4, 26-24 defeat against Kevin Anderson

Q. Maybe a stupid question, but how are you feeling?
JOHN ISNER: I feel pretty terrible. My left heel is killing me. I have an awful blister on my right foot. I've felt better before. You know, a few days' rest, maybe more than that, and I'll recoup and try to get all healed up again.

Q. I was wondering, Kevin Anderson said after the match he thought maybe it was time for a fifth-set tiebreak.
JOHN ISNER: I agree with Kevin. I personally think a sensible option would be 12-All. Can't finish them off, if one person can't finish the other off before 12-All, then do a tiebreaker there. I think it's long overdue. I mean, I'm a big part of that, a big part of this discussion, of course.