黑龙江快乐十分福彩:Big 3 not slowing down as Wimbledon heads to quarterfinals
今天黑龙江福彩22选5 www.fawqa.com WIMBLEDON, England — The Big Three sure do not appear to be slowing down. If anything, they are as dominant as ever.
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic head into Wednesday's quarterfinals at Wimbledon owning 14 of the last 16 championships at the All England Club. They have won the past 10 Grand Slam titles overall and 53 of 64.
And the way they made it through the fourth round, dropping a combined total of 19 games across their three victories, served as simply the latest reminder of the gulf between them and everyone else.
"The best guys now are fully engaged, they know exactly what to expect from the court and the conditions. That helps us to play better. I think with experience, that's good. We haven't dropped much energy in any way. It's not like we're coming in with an empty tank into the second week," said Federer, an eight-time champion at Wimbledon. "All these little things help us to then really thrive in these conditions."
Sam Querrey, the American ranked 65th whose task is to take on Nadal for a semifinal berth, was asked what message the trio has sent with its supremacy over the last 15 years.
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