Federer beats Hurkacz’s Wimbledon quarterfinals


London — Roger Federer’s dream of winning the record nine Wimbledon title ended Wednesday with a tragic 6–3 7–6 (4) 6–0 quarterfinal defeat by Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz. ..

Two weeks ago, 14th seed Hurkacz had won only four games on the turf, but after witnessing a wonderful exhibition he had against his childhood idol, the lack of grass court pedigree. No one guessed.

All the cheers and standing applause around the world couldn’t save Federer from the beating of the center court, as his 39-year-old body finally seemed to say enough.

Federer forehanded the tramline, giving Hurkacz the greatest victory of his career. Fans wondered if this would be Switzerland’s last Wimbledon appearance, there would have been a crueler way than losing 6-0. The final set of his 22nd appearance.

Federer has never been wiped out on Wimbledon’s set.

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Roger Federer of Switzerland will face Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz in the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London on July 7, 2021. (Peter van Denberg / USA TODAY Sports via Reuters)

After celebrating the victory with a leap forward, Hurkacz joined the approximately 15,000 fans packed into the center court, giving Wimbledon’s favorite son a standing ovation and quickly exiting the arena.

“I don’t know if we can meet the great guy again here,” said former champion Boris Becker, what thousands of fans and millions of people at the All England Club are watching on TV. Expressed fear of.

Hurkacz was only two years old when Federer made his Wimbledon debut in 1999. He was also six years old when the Swiss won the first victory of his record 20 Grand Slam titles in the 2003 Championship.

He hopes not only to defeat Federer, but also to maintain his amazing and unexpected victory in the tournament where he knocked out world No. 2 Daniil Medvedev just a day ago.

“It’s very special to me to play Roger on this special court. My dreams come true,” said the 24-year-old, who plays either Matteo Berrettini or Felix Ogier Aliasime in the Sunday final. The player said.

“I am very proud and very happy to be here. I can’t wait for the next one.”

Asked if he believed he could win, he replied, “Probably not!”

Federer, the winner of 20 Grand Slam titles, was chasing the record long distance of nine single titles at Martina Navratilova’s All England Club.

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