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    '19 Wmbldn Day 11 OoP & Discussion

    DAY 11 FRIDAY 12 JULY
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    CENTRE COURT 1:00PM


    GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    N. Djokovic (SRB) 1 v R. Bautista Agut (ESP) 23
    GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    R. Nadal (ESP) 3 v R. Federer (SUI) 2

    NO.1 COURT 1:00PM

    LADIES' DOUBLES - SEMI-FINALS
    G. Dabrowski (CAN) 4/Y. Xu (CHN) 4 v B. Krejcikova (CZE) 2/K. Siniakova (CZE) 2
    LADIES' DOUBLES - SEMI-FINALS
    T. Babos (HUN) 1/K. Mladenovic (FRA) 1 v S-W. Hsieh (TPE) 3/B. Strycova (CZE) 3
    MIXED DOUBLES - SEMI-FINALS
    M. Middelkoop (NED)/Z. Yang (CHN) v R. Lindstedt (SWE)/J. Ostapenko (LAT)

    NO.3 COURT 11:00AM

    GENTLEMEN'S INVITATION DOUBLES - ROUND ROBIN
    J. Delgado (GBR)/J. Marray (GBR) v X. Malisse (BEL)/M. Mirnyi (BLR)
    NOT BEFORE: 12:45PM
    G. SENIOR INVITATION DOUBLES - ROUND ROBIN
    J. Eltingh (NED)/P. Haarhuis (NED) v G. Rusedski (GBR)/F. Santoro (FRA)
    LADIES' INVITATION DOUBLES - ROUND ROBIN
    C. Black (ZIM)/M. Navratilova (USA) v I. Majoli (CRO)/M. Maleeva (BUL)

    COURT 12 11:00AM

    LADIES' INVITATION DOUBLES - ROUND ROBIN
    M. Bartoli (FRA)/D. Hantuchova (SVK) v C. Martinez (ESP)/B. Schett (AUT)

    BOYS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    A. Fery (GBR)/T. Samuel (GBR) v B. Nakashima (USA)/V. Royer (FRA)

    LADIES' INVITATION DOUBLES - ROUND ROBIN
    MJ Fernandez (USA)/A. Sugiyama (JPN) v A. Keothavong (GBR)/A Sanchez Vicario (ESP)

    BOYS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    M. Damm (USA) 3/T. Kodat (USA) 3 v J. Fearnley (GBR)/C. Thomson (GBR)

    COURT 18 11:00AM

    BOYS' SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    S. Mochizuki (JPN) 8 v M. Damm (USA) 4
    BOYS' SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    C. Gimeno Valero (ESP) v H. Mayot (FRA) 17
    GIRLS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    P. Kudermetova (RUS)/G. Morlet (FRA) v F. Kozaki (JPN)/A. Toth (HUN)
    BOYS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    L. Draxl (CAN) 7/G. Nanda (USA) 7 v S. Mochizuki (JPN) 2/H. Rune (DEN) 2

    COURT 5 11:00AM

    GIRLS' SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    E. Navarro (USA) 1 v D. Snigur (UKR)
    GIRLS' SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    D. Parry (FRA) 4 v A. Noel (USA) 10
    GIRLS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    K. Bartone (LAT)/O. Selekhmeteva (RUS) v C. Beck (USA) 7/E. Navarro (USA) 7

    COURT 8 11:00AM

    GIRLS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    S. Broadus (USA)/A. Forbes (USA) v A. Charaeva (RUS) 2/A. Tikhonova (RUS) 2
    BOYS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    J. Forejtek (CZE) 1/J. Lehecka (CZE) 1 v S. Mitsui (JPN) 6/K. Saitoh (JPN) 6
    GIRLS' DOUBLES - QUARTER-FINALS
    A. Droguet (FRA)/S. Janicijevic (FRA) v J. Garland (TPE) 4/S. Park (KOR) 4

    COURT 14 11:00AM

    QUAD WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES - FINAL
    D. Alcott (AUS)/A. Lapthorne (GBR) v K. Sugeno (JPN)/D. Wagner (USA)
    LADIES' WHEELCHAIR SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    D. De Groot (NED) 1 v K. Montjane (RSA)
    GENTLEMEN'S WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES -
    S. Houdet (FRA) 1/N. Peifer (FRA) 1 v A. Hewett (GBR)/G. Reid (GBR)
    LADIES' WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES -
    S. Ellerbrock (GER)/K. Montjane (RSA) v M. Buis (NED) 2/G. Capocci (ITA) 2

    COURT 15 11:00AM

    GENTLEMEN'S WHEELCHAIR SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    S. Houdet (FRA) v G. Fernandez (ARG) 2

    COURT 17 11:00AM

    GENTLEMEN'S WHEELCHAIR SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    S. Kunieda (JPN) 1 v S. Olsson (SWE)
    LADIES' WHEELCHAIR SINGLES - SEMI-FINALS
    A. Van Koot (NED) v Y. Kamiji (JPN) 2
    GENTLEMEN'S WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES -
    G. Fernandez (ARG)/S. Kunieda (JPN) v J. Gerard (BEL) 2/S. Olsson (SWE) 2
    LADIES' WHEELCHAIR DOUBLES -
    D. De Groot (NED) 1/A. Van Koot (NED) 1 v Y. Kamiji (JPN)/J. Whiley (GBR)

    TO BE ARRANGED 1
    NOT BEFORE: 5:00PM
    MIXED DOUBLES - SEMI-FINALS
    W. Koolhof (NED) 5/K. Peschke (CZE) 5 v I. Dodig (CRO) 8/L. Chan (TPE) 8

    NOT BEFORE: 5:00PM
    GENTLEMEN'S INVITATION DOUBLES - ROUND ROBIN
    C. Fleming (GBR)/R. Hutchins (GBR) v F. Gonzalez (CHI)/S. Grosjean (FRA)
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 11 OoP & Discussion

    Has there been any rain at all this tournament? BBC said the women might have to play their final under the roof tomorrow, but Sunday will be nice and sunny. Considering the biblical amounts of rain we had in the UK in the month leading up to Wimbledon, we’ve not done too bad!

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    Yes, I can't believe we made it through the whole women's pool without any rain delays. I should retire while I'm ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTContinental View Post
    Yes, I can't believe we made it through the whole women's pool without any rain delays. I should retire while I'm ahead.
    Climate change?


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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 11 OoP & Discussion

    Not that there is too much to be talking about, honestly... but it's odd that the Semis days have been so quiet here.
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    I'll be hiding under the covers for Fedal. I still have PTSD from all the Rafa beatdowns of the past.

    RBA looks like he's putting some pressure on Djokovic in this second set. I hope it becomes a match.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeganFernandez View Post

    RBA looks like he's putting some pressure on Djokovic in this second set. I hope it becomes a match.
    I know there is a pressure of SF of a GS, but didn't RBA beat Novak twice this year?

    it sounds like a match now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sokoll View Post
    I know there is a pressure of SF of a GS, but didn't RBA beat Novak twice this year?

    it sounds like a match now.
    Yes, Doha and Miami, coming from a set down each time. I read a good analysis of those matches - RBA won a lot more first-serve return points than Djokovic in both of them, oddly. It's an important stat to watch today because it was key in both of RBA's wins. But Djokovic has improved that stat by a decent margin since those matches , and RBA has improved his by only a couple percentage points, so perhaps RBA won't have that edge this time.

    Best of 5 is a different story, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeganFernandez View Post

    Best of 5 is a different story, too.
    That's true

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    The RBA Ibiza Bachelor Party crew is in attendance. I know there was talk that it may have just been a rumor that they were coming, but they are there in the player's box.

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    I haven't been able to watch the entire match, but one takeaway from the second set that I did see is that I think Novak might put a hit out on his racquet stringer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzNU View Post
    The RBA Ibiza Bachelor Party crew is in attendance. I know there was talk that it may have just been a rumor that they were coming, but they are there in the player's box.
    Maybe they can arrange for that streaker from the 1996 final to make an appearance!
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    I'm not watching, just listening to the radio, but it sounds like this match is way more competitive than both women's semis yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sokoll View Post
    I'm not watching, just listening to the radio, but it sounds like this match is way more competitive than both women's semis yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sokoll View Post
    I'm not watching, just listening to the radio, but it sounds like this match is way more competitive than both women's semis yesterday.
    I was watching it on and off. I wouldn't say "way" more competitive.

    I must say, I'm instantly suspicious when anyone compares men and women's tennis, and particular rounds or matches, which are a drop in the bucket compared to the sports in general. I usually don't see the point.
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