Querrey proved his big-match mettle against Novak Djokovic a year ago but his second grand slam quarter-final will be a real test inside a raucous Centre Court. The Grand Slam supervisor and assistant referee didn't believe that there was either.
The world number 4 Serbian defeated his Latvian rival 6-4, 6-1, 7-6 (2) in two hours and 11 minutes on Saturday to continue his campaign to claim his fourth Wimbledon title, Efe news reported. Halep can clinch the No. 1 ranking for the first time by beating Konta, who is trying to give Britain its first women's champion at the All England Club since Virginia Wade in 1977.
Later on Tuesday, Britain's Johanna Konta will take on the highest-seeded candidate left in the women's field, Simona Halep, while Coco Vandeweghe will face the last remaining unseeded player, Magdalena Rybarikova.
But the marathon meant that Djokovic and Adrian Mannarino, who were scheduled last on Court One, were forced to play their last-16 tie on Tuesday instead. Both tennis players were complaining to the judge about the big holes in the middle of the court.
Hence in this match, it is predicted that Novak Djokovic will win. But one of those losses came right here at Wimbledon in the semifinals of 2010 tournament.
The AELTC released a brief statement providing their rationale for why they did not move Djokovic's match to Centre Court after Roger Federer had completed his match against Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets.
Interestingly, when Djokovic, who is now plying Wimbledon, won his third round match against Latvian Ernests Gulbis, Jelena was nowhere to be seen.
Garbine Muguruza was playing Svetlana Kuznetsova in the women's quarterfinals.
However, it remains to be seen whether the three-time Wimbledon champion will be fully fit for his quarter-final against Tomas Berdych on Thursday, after he twice received treatment on his right shoulder during the final set. We got on the court today and we could play under the roof, ' he said post-match.
Andre Agassi hopes to bring out Novak Djokovic's fighting best at Wimbledon by ensuring his mind is clear and focused on the task ahead.
Adrian Mannarino had a good chance to snap this part of the game, but Joker found the strength to overcome this and came back from behind, doubling the lead.
Five-time champion Venus Williams is, at 37, the oldest player in more than two decades to reach the last eight.