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With the final match of Round of 16 ended on Tuesday, we have our final quarter-finalists. The match between Frenchman Gilles Simon and Juan Martin del Potro was forced to stop on Monday because of fading light.
When the play resumed on Tuesday, del Porto led 2-1 in the Round of 16 match before the Argentine sealed the match 7-6(1) 7-6(5) 5-7 7-6(5) and set an electrifying quarters encounter aganst World No. 1 Rafael Nadal.
Meanwhile, the likes of Roger Federer and Nadal are yet to drop a set this Wimbledon as they won their respective Round of 16 matches comfortably on Manic Monday.
Meanwhile, Japan’s Kei Nishikori became the first Japanese in 23 years to make it to the last-8 in the Wimbledon. He will be up against former No. 1 player Novak Djokovic, who is eyeing to get back to his previous best form.
After clinching a career slam in 2016 with the Rolland Garros victory, Djokovic suffered a major downfall because of an elbow injury. He crashed out of second round in Australian Open 2017 before he lost quarters in Paris and London. He took a break just before the US Open and returned only earlier this year in Melbourne.
After a long time, a men’s Grand Slam semi-finals will feature the likes of Nadal, Federer and Djokovic.
Out of the four men's singles quarter-final games, only two can be played at All England Club's prestigious Centre Court. After Djokovic insisted that it's only fair that he should play his Wimbledon quarter-final on Centre Court on Wednesday, Wimbledon have pushed defending champion Federer to Court No. 1, while Nadal and Djokovic will play their respective quarters games at Centre Court.
The time and courts - No. 1 court or Centre Court - are yet to be decided. The men's singles final is set to be played on Sunday at the tradtional 2pm (1300GMT) start time. All eyes are on Federer, who is aiming to bag a record ninth Wimbledon title.