Wimbledon 2023 Updates in Hindi: India’s hope Rohan Bopanna’s journey in Wimbledon 2023 continues. He teamed up with Matthew Ebden of Australia to defeat the pair of Reese Stalder and David Pell. Bopanna has made it to the men’s doubles quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Championships with his partner. At the same time, Novak Djokovic of Serbia, a strong contender for the title, is also continuing his journey in Wimbledon. They have reached the semi-finals.
The pair of Bopanna-Ebden defeated American Stalder and Pell of the Netherlands 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (10-5) in a pre-quarterfinal match that lasted two hours and 19 minutes. Bopanna and Ebden will next take on the Dutch pair of Talon Griekspoor and Bart Stevens. Earlier, Bopanna and his partner, the sixth seeded pair, defeated the British pair of Johannes Mande and Jacob Fearnley to make it to the pre-quarterfinals of Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic reached the semi-finals
Had landed to play his 100th Wimbledon match on Monday, followed by his 400th Grand Slam match on Tuesday. Novak Djokovic defeated Andre Rublev in this match. Novak reached the 46th Grand Slam semi-final with a four-set victory. In this way he equaled Roger Federer’s men’s singles record. If Djokovic wins the title match this time, it will be his eighth Wimbledon title, while his record will be 24th Grand Slam.
From defense to attack.
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Number 1 Inga Switek is out
While Ukrainian wildcard Elina Svitolina continued her impressive run in the championships and defeated world No. 1 Inga Svitek. In a big upset, Svitolina defeated top seed Swiatek in three thrilling sets on Center Court. Ukrainian player Svitolina returned to tennis only three months ago after giving birth to her first child. She will now face Marketa Vondrousova, who defeated Jessica Pegula, for a place in the Wimbledon final. Wimbledon continues as of 2023. Matches will be played till 16 July.