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Medvedev Advances to Wimbledon Semifinals

World No. 1 Jannik Sinner has been eliminated from Wimbledon after losing his quarterfinal match against Russia’s Daniil Medvedev in a thrilling five-set encounter on Tuesday. Medvedev, the No. 5 seed, secured his spot in the semifinals with a 6-7 (9-7) 6-4 7-6 (7-4) 2-6 6-3 victory and is now aiming for his second grand slam title following his 2021 US Open triumph.

Sinner’s Unfortunate Exit

Sinner, who ascended to the top of the men’s tennis rankings after the French Open, had previously defeated Medvedev in their last five meetings, including a remarkable comeback in the Australian Open final earlier this year to win his first grand slam title.

During their Wimbledon quarterfinal, play was paused when Sinner, looking unwell and having his pulse taken, left the court for a medical assessment while trailing by a break in the third set. Despite this setback, he managed to break back after returning but ultimately lost the third set tiebreak to Medvedev.

Intense Battle and Final Set

Sinner showcased his resilience by forcing a fifth set, but Medvedev’s early break gave him the momentum to clinch the match.

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Alcaraz Continues Winning Streak

Reigning Wimbledon champion Carlos Alcaraz secured his 12th consecutive win at the grass court grand slam, defeating American Tommy Paul in four sets. Paul took an early lead, winning the first set 7-5 and breaking in the second, but Alcaraz rallied back to win 5-7 6-4 6-2 6-2.

“I had to stay strong mentally at the beginning when I lost the first set,” Alcaraz said afterwards. “It was kinda difficult for me a little bit but I know it is a really long journey. I am really happy to find the solutions and the good path.”

With this victory, Alcaraz advances to the semifinals where he will face Medvedev on Friday. The two met in the same round last year at Wimbledon, with Alcaraz winning in straight sets. Alcaraz, who won the French Open in June, reaches his sixth semifinal in his last seven majors.

Daniil MedvedevAdvances to Wimbledon semifinalsAiming for second grand slam
Jannik SinnerQuarterfinals exitPreviously defeated Medvedev
Carlos AlcarazAdvances to Wimbledon semifinals12th consecutive Wimbledon win
Tommy PaulDefeated in quarterfinalsTook early lead against Alcaraz


The Wimbledon semifinals promise exciting matches as Medvedev and Alcaraz continue their pursuit of the championship. Medvedev’s resilience and Alcaraz’s mental strength will be key factors in their upcoming clash. Fans eagerly await another thrilling encounter between these top players.(Superace88)