On Friday, Rafael Nadal lost to Federer in an intense semifinals match. But big name players are still in the running. Among those who could watch the final matches are members of the royal family.
Can he get his st on Monday?
Eastern; ESPN, 8 a. Berrettini has enjoyed some success this year on the grass, winning the Stuttgart Open as well as reaching the semifinal at the Halle Open.
However, he played a grueling five-set match against Diego Schwartzman on Saturday, which was only an hour shorter than the time that Federer has spent on court across all three of his matches. Serena Williams vs.
Simona Halep vs. Coco Gauff Following Williams on No.
She seems to possess it all: good movement, hard groundstrokes to dominate some points, and the consistency to defend on others. In this round of 16 matchup, she will face her highest-ranked player yet, the seventh-seeded Halep, who possess these same qualities as well as a veteran mentality.
Ashleigh Barty vs. Alison Riske Barty, the world No. Barty has now won 15 singles matches in a row across two surfaces, and looks well positioned to continue that streak against Riske 6 a.
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Riske, who won a grass-court title last month, needed three sets in each of her matches last week in order to reach the round of 16 for the first time at a major. Although she upset the 13th-seeded Belinda Bencic on Saturday, Riske will face a stronger and more rested player in Barty.
Petra Kvitova vs.
She has looked particularly confident in the last week on the grass, making her first run to the round of 16 in five years without dropping a set. Konta, the top British woman, has also looked extremely composed, but showed some signs of weakness in her third round matchup against Sloane Stephens.
Novak Djokovic vs.
His next test will be much harder, as he faces Djokovic, the world No. Kei Nishikori vs.
Mikhail Kukushkin In the last year, Nishikori has been the epitome of consistent performance, reaching at least the quarterfinal of each Grand Slam tournament. Kukushkin is having one of the best tournaments of his career, reaching the round of 16 at a major for the first time since the Australian Open.
In the second round, Kukushkin beat John Isner, the No. Kukushkin managed to break the hard-serving American four times during the match, even though Isner hit 34 aces.
Perhaps Kukushkin can give him his first real test.
Sam Querrey vs. Tennys Sandgren For the first time since , two American men will meet in the second week of a Grand Slam event. Querrey, who has been recovering from an abdominal injury, lost in the final of the Eastbourne International in the run-up to Wimbledon and is playing close to the level that saw him reach the semifinals at the All England Club in He beat Dominic Thiem, the No.
Sandgren has also been playing impressively, beating 20th-seeded Gilles Simon and No.
Monfils was the 16th seed and Auger-Aliassime the 19th, not the other way around. An earlier version of this article also misspelled the given name of the No. He is Gilles Simon, not Giles.