Novak Djokovic's Streak Disintegrates at Wimbledon

"My draw's still exactly the same".

Federer, who missed the French Open with a back injury, added: "It's a good time to take a step back and appreciate what an unbelievable run Novak's had in the a year ago". So out of sorts that he couldn't even get his Hawk-Eye challenges right, and was left without any while trying to serve out the fourth set. They made a few mistakes over the last few weeks across a number of different things. I want to try to focus on that rather than on failure.

It was his first loss before the quarter-final of a grand slam tournament since 2009 when he also bowed out of a major in the third round at the French Open.

The drama was playing out on Court One while Murray was doing battle with Millman but he could not escape it because there was a huge cheer when the scoreboard showed the result.

The No. 1-seeded American slipped during a point while she was getting broken to trail 5-4 in the opening set of the fourth-round match. "I think that the tournament was really weird for me this time", Kvitova told reporters. That's what everyone does.

"I haven't felt many nerves yet this week. Then you get on with it".

The Scot has now reached the fourth round in his last 22 consecutive Grand Slams as he aims to become the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon titles since Fred Perry. "But that's sport", he said.

"To beat Novak, who's playing such a high level for the past five years, I would say so", he said. But history suggests that was not going to happen. "Never thought I was going to have such a great career here at Wimbledon, ever since I turned up here in '98".

"I don't think I could do anything better today. Every time he had a break point, I was able to come up with a big serve". With the defeat on the fresh lawns of the first week of Wimbledon, Djokovic also loses his dream of a golden slam in an Olympic Year, a feat only Steffi Graf ever achieved, in 1988.

Juan Martín del Potro, the only Argentine remaining in the tournament, was 2-1 down in sets against Lucas Pouille of France in a match for the third round when it was suspended and postponed for today due to darkness.

The other of the four youngest players, Australia's Nick Krygios, was defeated in three sets by Murray on Centre Court.

The second round was finally completed on Saturday, two days later than normal because of rain, with No. 24 seed Alexander Zverev of Germany beating Mikhail Youzhny of Russian Federation 6-4, 3-6, 6-0, 4-6, 6-2. Secondly, after the match at his press conference, Djokovic was, naturally, frustrated at all the stopping and starting of his match.

Having been broken back, Murray pushed hard again and eventually broke at the end of a 15-minute game on his fifth chance.

Venus Williams is back in the Wimbledon quarterfinals for the first time since 2010. It's a little bit frustrating. "It's been a lot worse for the other players".

Sam Querrey is no one-hit wonder.

Murray has consistently said he will be in Belgrade for the tie on clay as long as he is healthy.

"The year I won Wimbledon, I was seeded to meet Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarter-finals and Roger Federer or Rafa Nadal in the semi-finals, but they all went out early".

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