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(VIDEO) Jannik Sinner Set To Renew Rivalry With Defending Champion Alcaraz, Djokovic Ready To Play

Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz could meet each other for a second consecutive Grand Slam semi-final.

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Jannik Sinner has been given a tough draw at Wimbledon as he is set to play defending champion Carlos Alcaraz in the semi-finals.

The world number one enters Wimbledon having won the ATP 500 event in Halle, defeating Hubert Hurkacz in the final.

However Sinner’s chances of winning a maiden Wimbledon crown have a few obstacles as the Italian will likely have to play Matteo Berrettini, Tallon Griekspoor, and Grigor Dimitrov on his way to the quarter-finals.

Should Sinner get through that tough draw, the world number one will then play defending champion Carlos Alcaraz in the semi-finals.

However, Novak Djokovic has a much easier draw as he continues to get stronger after his meniscus surgery in Paris.

The Serb’s most dangerous opponent on his way to the final is Halle finalist Hurkacz in the quarter-finals.

A match which Djokovic edged to victory in four sets at last year’s Wimbledon.

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta looks back on the men’s draw and compares Sinner and Djokovic’s potential routes to the final.

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(VIDEO) Ubaldo And Steve: “Paolini’s Resilience Earns Her Another Stunning Grand Slam Final”

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Jasmine Paolini is a game away from her first Grand Slam title after a stunning win at Wimbledon on Thursday. 

The 28-year-old ousted Donna Vekic in what was the longest-ever women’s semi-final match to ever take place at SW19. Her reward is a clash against Barbora Krejcikova in what will be their first meeting on the Tour since the qualifying rounds of the 2018 Australian Open. Krejcikova staged an impressive comeback to beat 2022 Elena Rybakina in three sets. 

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta and tennis Hall of Famer Steve Flink review the action that took place in the women’s semi-finals and look ahead to the men’s matches. Daniil Medvedev will play reigning champion Carlos Alcaraz in the first match on Friday. Then it will be Novak Djokovic against Italy’s Lorenzo Musetti. 

Will there be any surprises? 

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(VIDEO) Amazing Lorenzo Musetti Sets Up Djokovic Showdown At Wimbledon

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Jannik Sinner might be out of the men’s draw but Italian interest is still high thanks to Lorenzo Musetti.

Musetti, who is currently ranked 25th in the world, ousted Taylor Fritz in a five-set roller-coaster to move into the semi-finals. It is the first time the 22-year-old had reached the last four of a Grand Slam event in his career and he is only the fourth man from his country to reach this stage at Wimbledon.

Tennis Hall of Famer Steve Flink joins Ubaldo Scanagatta to reflect on the latest match to take place at SW19.

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(VIDEO) Novak Djokovic Continues To Impress Despite Crowd Arguments

Novak Djokovic is hitting form at the right time as he is into the Wimbledon quarter-finals.

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Novak Djokovic cruised into the Wimbledon quarter-finals with a straight sets win over Holger Rune.

After a struggling against Jacob Fearnley and Alexei Popyrin, the seven-time champion seems to be getting back to his best level as he is now into the last eight.

Next up for Djokovic will be Alex De Minaur as he is now favourite to reach another Wimbledon final.

Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta and hall of fame writer Steve Flink speak about Djokovic’s form and discuss Djokovic’s recent arguments with the Centre Court crowd.

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