윔블던 2022 라이브: 영국 스타 헤더 왓슨이 연기한다., 나중에 센터 코트에서 노박 조코비치 – as Katherine Jenkins and Andrew Lloyd Webber grace SW19
MailOnline의 라이브 블로그에서 모든 최신 뉴스와 업데이트를 확인하십시오. 2022 윔블던 챔피언십:
Can Watson break to take the first set?
Juvan holds to love, with Watson returning well wide to bring up a tiebreak for the first set.
The Brit recovery starts well by taking advantage, before then wrestling control of a rally to hit a superb winner well out of reach of Juvan. A tiebreak earned at the very least.
Out comes the sun, so the heat is on in more way on Court 1. Watson races 40-15 ahead but then loses the next point and then slips returning on the next point, resulting in deuce. After getting to her feet without harm – the crowd rally behind her in a crucial point of this match.
A quick update from the men’s doubles match we were following earlier. Brit Skupski and his Dutch partner Koolhof have defeated Martinez and Smith in the second round, triumphing 7-6 (8-6), 6-2, 7-7 (7-4).
Meanwhile on Court 1, Juvan holds as we enter the business end of the first set.
Nicely does it. Sick of seeing Juvan return her smash volleys, the Brit instead skillfully just drops a shot out of reach of the Slovenian before then going 30-15 쪽으로. The Brit uses that momentum to then hold for 5-4.
Watson has been keen to copy so far and after turning a 30-0 lead into a 40-15 하나, she too gains two break points.
The first is another drop shot that finds the net, but a smash volley at the net following excellent play of dragging Juvan across the baseline sees the Brit instantly put this set back on serve.
Meanwhile on Centre, the players are out as third seed Ons Jabeur of Tunisia takes on Diane Parry of France.
Watson, clearly irked by that last shot, then copies it to go 15-0 up to the delight of the crowd. Suddenly though she loses three points in a row to face two break points.
Watson though is unable to hit back though, dropping a shot too low to hit the net and suffering a break.
Juvan is hitting the ball well but remains vulnerable to Watson. Again she races 30-0 up only to face a winner and make an error for 30-30. The Slovenian retains her composure for 40-30 and then comes out on top in the point of the match so far.
A baseline rally sees Juvan bring Watson to the net, before then lobbing her perfectly to hold.
Watson though is keen to show her dropshot skills, playing a similar effort from the baseline that loops out of reach of Juvan for 40-15. The Slovenian then overhits the baseline following a rally for another comfortable Watson hold.
This has been a really start for the Brit, she is showing no nerves at all with a potential first fourth round appearance on the line.
Juvan takes advantage before her delicate drop shot from the baseline is delicious as it falls just over the net and just too far in front of Watson for a return. In fairness to the Slovenian, that was perfection. On serve we remain.
Juvan though is just as strong on serve it seems, quickly racing into a 30-0 균형 잡힌 '다양함'을 형성하는 것이 부모로서의 책임이라고 말했습니다..
하나, Watson though hits a smart winner across court at the net, and then wins the next two points to earn a break point. A baseline rally follows but Watson can only find the net for deuce.
Heather Watson looks to hit a return shot against Kaja Juvan on Court 1
They have plenty to cheer too. Watson sets up 40-0 with a strong serve down the middle before then holding to love for another convincing hold. Juvan can’t touch it at the moment – her only point coming from a double fault.
Juvan has settled just in time though to also hold her first service game. Some good news just slightly off court, a few fans continue to trickle in to cheer on Watson.
Start as you mean to go on.
Watson starts with a powerful serve down the T that Juvan cannot return, before the Slovenian then returns over the baseline.
The Brit then doublefaults for 30-15 but then hits two smash volleys at the net for 40-15 before Juvan hits a baseline return well long for a rather comfortable hold.
Watson is ranked 121 선수가, which is a bit below Juvan who sits at 62. They have only played once before at the US Open, with Juvan taking the 2021 clash in straight sets at 6-1, 6-4.
Great Britain’s Heather Watson walks onto court 1 ahead of her third round match
Sadly there remains quite a few empty seats for the Brit looking to reach a big milestone in her career. Her mother is here though among the half-full court watching who give her a big reception as she arrives.
‘You see upsets, especially in the women’s game, just constantly now because the strength and depth is so big.
‘I do see it as an opportunity. I’ve been here before. I’m more level-headed now.’
British pair Barnett and Nicholls had won the first set 6-3, but their 15th seed opponents Kichenok and Olaru have hit back to take the second 6-4.
Alicia Barnett (진상) interacts with partner Olivia Nicholls of Great Britain
Our focus will soon be on Court 1 from 1pm, with Heather Watson in third round action when she takes on Slovenian Kaja Juvan as she looks to make the fourth round for the first time since her 2010 SW19 debut.
She has already been practising earlier today having arrived earlier…
Martinez and Smith wilted towards the back end of that set, with the Brit and Dutch pair holding well to put them 2-0 up in the match. The third round beckons it seems for the No 3 seeds in the men’s doubles.
The 12th seed Latvian has come from behind in her third round match against Irina-Camelia Begu to win 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 to reach the fourth round of Wimbledon for the first time in her career.
They have broken their opponents again with the Dutchman’s cute lob setting them up to serve for the second set at 5-2.
Skupski’s older brother Ken will also be action soon. He along with British compatriot Jonny O’Mara are due to take on Chile pair Julio Peralta and Alejandro Tabilo and complete their first round match soon on Court 18.
The Brits are leading that one 6-2, 4-1.
A nice volley at the net down the middle seals the break and polite cheers from the fans courtside greet the pair now in a great position to take control of this second set at 3-2.
Not a chance. It’s been a slog at the start of the second set. 그것의 2-2 on Court 5 후 21 의사록, with Skupski having had to ace out of deuce to seal his hold.
We did have a glimpse of some sunshine earlier but overcast conditions have since taken over. Koolhof though is hopeful it will return, he has left his cap on that he had started the match without.
And while she is not in action today, she has arrived for a practice hit wearing the England women’s jersey that the football team will wear at Euro 2022 이번 여름.
They made a strong effort in the second set, but British pair Bains and Lumsden have now fallen to the eighth seed duo Aoyama and Chan from Japan and Chinese Taipei respectively.
They never recovered from going 5-0 down in the opening set, 현지 시간 오후 10시 현재 무사고 6-1, 6-4 on Court 15 to tumble out in the ladies’ second round.
Bains and Lumsden looked down and out facing serve for the second set at 5-2, but they have since broken and held to now take the score back to a more respectable 5-4 against Aoyama and Chan. 디블록 유럽, they are big underdogs in this match so for them not to just give up easily at least deserves some credit.
Naiktha Bains (왼쪽) and Maia Lumsden of Great Britain (pictured on Wednesday) are leading a fightback against seeded opposition
Ladies pair Barnett and Nicholls have taken the first set 6-3 against Kichenok and Olaru but Bains and Lumsden are staring down the barrell against eighth seeds Aoyama and Chan.
그들은 5-2 down in the second set and facing serve as they look to stay in the championships.
I know it’s silly to say given it’s obvious it’s been tight having gone to a tiebreak, but there really looks little to separate these pairs on Court 5.
No pair have really ever taken charge of this match so it’s no surprise to see after six points it remained on serve at the changeover.
But a breakthrough! Skupski and Koolhof finally have their mini-break and go 5-3 앞으로, however they are soon broken back for 5-4, which soon becomes 5-5 once Martinez and Smith attack the net.
Smith’s serve is broken again though as he is beaten by a lob, giving Skupski and Koolhof a second set point that the Brit will serve on.
He sends it down the T… but it is rifled straight back into the corner superbly to level again – much to the deflation of British fans watching courtside.
Skupski though sets up another set point with another unreturnable serve. After he and Koolhof attack the net they finally pull thorugh to take the first set in just under an hour.
An easy hold for Martinez and Smith to 15 as this first set goes into a tie-break.
Better news for Barnett and Nicholls though as the ladies have turned it around on Court 8 and are now serving for the first set at 5-3.
Bains and Lumsden have also upped their game on Court 15, 콘텐츠의 본질을 이해하지 못하는 경우가 많습니다. 2-1 after that first set thrashing with the second set still on serve.
Tie-break secured as the players take a small drinks break, can they now break again though to avoid it and just secure the set outright?
어서, chaps it was so easy to do earlier in the match!
They nearly break Martinez and Smith, with some baseline rallies from the Brit finished off with a neat backhand volley at the net by Koolhof. They go within set-point at 30-40 but are eventually forced into deuce.
On second deuce, Smith powers down a serve too strong to reply to, before doing likewise again to hold for 5-5.
Wesley Koolhof (왼쪽) of Holland plays a forehand with partner Neal Skupski of Great Britain
They have now lost the first set 6-1 to Aoyoma and Chan but not without forcing the pair into deuce while looking to break.
Can they try and carry some of that form into the second set?
Better news over at Court 8 where Barnett and Nicholls have broken back at 3-3 against 15th seeds Kichnok and Olaru. That’s more like it!
Skupski holds to 15 with relative ease as he and Koolhof lead 4-3 over Martinez and Smith.
그 동안에, Bains and Lumsden are forced to deuce but eventually hold to win their first game. They are now only 5-1 down to eighth seeds Aoyama and Chan so is the comeback on? (Probably not)
British pair Bains and Lumsden are 5-0 down and now serve to stay in a set with just 22 minutes played.
Barnett and Nicholls meanwhile are 3-1 behind having been broken on Court 8.
Skupsi drops his first service game too as he and Koolhof go 2-1 하위, only to then hit back again moments later to put the match back on serve.
Finally though, Koolhof holds to love with the game ending to love thanks to a lob that goes long over the baseline following some frantic action at the net that has the fans nearby gasping.
Skupski and Koolholf lead 3-2 at the changeover….
Ah one of those matches is it? There is a quite a gathering around Court 5 and warm applause follows as the set is instantly put back on serve.
그 동안에, the news is not quite so good over at Court 15r though , with British ladies’ pair Bains and Lumsden 3-0 down and about to serve in just over 10 의사록.
The action is now underway across the courts, with Brit Skupski opening serve along with Koolhof… and losing it.
Still a long way to go, 아직…
Brits Alicia Barnett and Olivia Nicholls came through in three sets to win in the first round they will now face a tough test against seeded pair Nadiia Kichenok and Raluca Olaru of Ukraine and Romania respectively on Court 8.
Fellow Brits Naiktha Bains and Maia Lumsden will face Shuko Aoyama and Hao-Ching Chan of Japan and Chinese Taipei respectively on Court 15, so a busy start for Britain today!
There are a few Brits to keep an eye out for in the doubles with Neal Skupski and his Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof in second round men’s competition.
The third seeds are hoping to go far in the competition and take on the unseeded John-Patrick Smith from Australia and Pedro Martinez from Spain on Court 5.
There is plenty of promise to be in store today action wise – but there may also be a world record about to be broken…
John Isner (이하), who has already seen off Andy Murray in this tournament, is just five aces short of setting a new ATP record ahead of his third round match with with Italian youngster Jannik Sinner.
The 37-year-old American stands on 13,634 aces (hats off to whoever has been keeping count) and has already powered down 90 of them at the Championships this year.
After defeating Murray in the second round he said: ‘I’ll get it in my next match over the course of five sets. I should be able to get six (다섯) aces.
'네, it’s actually pretty cool. It’s not going to put me in the Hall of Fame or anything like that, because that’s not me. But I will be the all-time leader.’
July is getting off to a balmy start for some this weekend with sunshine and highs of 23C in the south east and brighter spells expected elsewhere – while rain is due in the north.
There will be sun for many on Friday but also some showers, although they will mostly die out by this evening, reports the Met Office.
It follows a record-breaking June for much of Europe after a succession of heatwaves saw the mercury surpass 40C in the likes of France and Spain, with the hottest day of the year so far also recorded in Britain.
You can watch Wimbledon on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer/Red Button and the BBC Sport app from 11am.
Nick Kyrgios might have been on his best behaviour on-court in round two of Wimbledon, but he saved his fireworks for later when he admitted to throwing tennis matches when his basketball side lost and revealed that early retirement could be just around the corner.
The Aussie tennis firebrand has long been known for his love of basketball, appearing in NBA events and recently making headlines for his over-competitive antics lining up in a celebrity all-star game in Australia.
Kyrgios is a diehard Boston Celtics fan and was left shattered when they lost to the Golden State Warriors in the recent NBA Finals.
Australian tennis star Alex De Minaur gave an adorable shout-out to his British girlfriend Katie Boulter after her dramatic second-round victory over last year’s Wimbledon finalist Karolina Pliskova.
The 19th seed managed to win over the crowd on Court One after defeating British hopeful Jack Draper in a four-set tussle last night.
Speaking on court afterwards, De Minaur, who was watched by Boulter, BBC에 말했다: ‘Before we talk about my match, can we just talk about Katie Boulter today? 내말은, she had a pretty good win herself.’
그는 계속했다: ‘I’m extremely stoked to get this win. It was a battle out there. Jack’s a hell of a competitor, hell of a talent, and he’s got a very bright future ahead of him.’
Sydney-born de Minaur, 23, and Leicester girl Boulter, 25, who have been dating for more than a year, will both be in action at SW19 again tomorrow.
CENTRE COURT – 1.30오후
1. Diane Parry v Ons Jabeur
2. Novak Djokovic v Miomir Kecmanovic
3. Cameron Norrie v Steve Johnson
NO 1 COURT – 1오후
1. Heather Watson v Kaja Juvan
2. Angelique Kerber v Elise Mertens
3. Oscar Otte v Carlos Alcaraz
NO 2 COURT – 11오전
1. Frances Tiafoe v Alexander Bublik
2. Maria Sakkari v Tatjana Maria
3. Jannik Sinner v John Isner
NO 3 COURT – 11오전
1. Irina-Camelia Begu v Jelena Ostapenko
Not before 12.30pm
2. Maxime Cressy leads Jack Sock
3. Tommy Paul v Jiri Vesely
4. Shuai Zhang v Caroline Garcia
COURT 12 – 11오전
1. Nikoloz Basilashvili v Tim Van Rijthoven
Not before 12.30pm
2. Sebastian Baez / Federico Delbonis leads Nikola Cacic / Andrea Vavassori
3. Marie Bouzkova v Alison Riske-Amritraj
COURT 18 – 11오전
1. Lesia Tsurenko v Jule Niemeier
Not before 12.30pm
2. Julio Peralta / Alejandro Tabilo leads Jonny O’Mara / Ken Skupski
3. Ugo Humbert v David Goffin
4. Emina Bektas / Kristina Kucova v Harriet Dart / Heather Watson
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