Jannik Sinner had some troubles in the first set, but he managed to get the 4th round at Wimbledon 2023. The Italian will again be among the protagonists in the second week of at the Championshipsthe third Grand Slam event of the season. After the Australian Open, Sinner returned to the round of 16 in a prestigious tournament thanks to a difficult victory obtained in the third round against the French Quentin Halys.A match that got complicated at the end of the first setconquered by the Frenchman, but the Italian was able to manage the situation in the best possible way and not repeat the same mistakes of the match he then lost at the Roland Garros. With a better version of his game, under all aspects such as the serve and the choices from the baseline, the Italian overturned the score and closed the contest in four partials, also avoiding a potential attempt by the opponent to further length the match. At the press conference, the talented 21-year-old analyzed his success: “I didn’t start at the best but slowly I found my tennis thanks also to the support of the crowd.”Then continued, explaining the reason for the many difficulties in the first set: “He is a slightly different opponent than the ones I had faced in the previous two rounds. I trained well on grass: the positive thing about when you lose early in Paris is that you have much more time to prepare for Wimbledon.
I work and train to find every time the best solution on the pitch, I don’t always succeed.”
Jannik gets the 4th round at Wimbledon 2023
Sunday 9 July will be time for the round of 16. Sinner has already discovered who will be the player who will find himself on the other side of the net: it is the Colombian Daniel Elahi Galanwho in this edition of Wimbledon pushed himself to the fourth round for the first time, and it had never happened in his career in any Grand Slam tournament. In the other matches, Matteo Berrettini’s opponent in the third round of the Championships will be Alexander Zverev.
The German, after finding himself an equal set against Yosuke Watanuki, didn’t let himself be influenced by the score and literally swept the Japanese off the field with a double 6-2. Carlos Alcaraz probably struggled more than expected to overcome a courageous and determined Alexandre Muller, but he still found a way to end the match in three sets and prevail with a score of 6-4 7-6(2) 6-3. Novak Djokovic swept Stan Wawrinka in straight sets, while Stefanos Tsitsipas defeated Murray After an epic match spread over two days and lasting more than 4 hours overall.