Pencil me in for final next year, says defeated Querrey

Pencil me in for final next year, says defeated Querrey

Pencil me in for final next year, says defeated Querrey

For Djokovic, it turned as the injury Wednesday and lost his chance to win the title. He said his elbow has been giving him problems for a year and a half. I always hope to improve every year.

"I'm going to go out there and try to keep doing what I've been doing these last five matches, and hopefully that will be good enough to win", Querrey said, as quoted by ATP World Tour.

At the end of his news conference, speaking in Serbian and translated through an interpreter, Djokovic hinted at the possibility of taking a long break. "Roger is playing maybe one of his best tennis of his career at the moment, having a great season".

This was Federer's 100th match at Wimbledon and he showcased his magic on the court yet again as he took his sweet revenge for being beaten by the same man in last year's semi-final.

He hasn't won one since.

"The specialists that I've talked with haven't been really too clear, mentioning also surgery, mentioning different options", Djokovic said. "I guess the break is something that I will have to consider right now", he added.

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After losing to Raonic in the Wimbledon semi-finals past year, Federer shut down his season to rest a knee injury which had already required surgery earlier in 2016.

In fact, it was Querrey who took command as Murray appeared underpowered and unable to move freely. The 31-year-old hasn't been almost as dominant, as he needed four sets to get past Jeremy Chardy and Ryan Harrison, and five to up-end Dominic Thiem.

"I was able to perform up to this stage". In matches, I couldn't play freely. "Unfortunately today was the worst day".

Cilic has looked the more impressive and I feel he can gain some serious ground in the rallies if he attacks Querrey's backhand. Federer is damn near impossible to beat with the way he's seeing and the fact he's combined for 20 unforced errors in his last six sets. They will have their word to say on the outcome of the matches. "But it wasn't to be".

After Murray hit two poorly executed drop shots when leading by a set and 4-3 in the second set, Querrey sprung to life, often striking deep returns and rushing to the net in a masterful all-round display.