Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner go head-to-head in the Wimbledon quarter-final on Tuesday (1.30pm BST).
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This will be Novak Djokovic’s 13th quarter-final appearance in what is his 16th Wimbledon campaign. The world number three is a six-time winner and the defending champion.
Djokovic last fell at this hurdle in 2017 when he was forced to retire, thus allowing Tomas Berdych to move on. In fact, that was the last time Djokovic has spent seven months into a season without winning a slam.
Since then, he’s won three SW19 titles on the bounce. In turn, he’s currently on a 25-match winning streak at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. At these championships, Djokovic has only dropped two sets in four previous matches (against Soonwoo Kwon in round one and Tim Van Rijthoven last time out).
As for Jannik Sinner — who has dropped a set in three of his four matches so far including the victories over Stan Wawrinka and Mikael Ymer — this will be his third Grand Slam quarter-final and second in 2021.
However, the Italian hasn’t been able to reach the final four. At the 2022 Australian Open, he was dumped out by Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets (3-4, 4-6, 2-6). His maiden quarter-final appearance came at the 2020 French Open, where he faced Rafael Nadal, and despite forcing a first set tie-break, it wasn’t enough as the Spainard registered a 6-7, 4-1, 1-6 success.
More so, he’s played five quarter-final matches so far this year and lost them all. On top of that, he is 0-12 in his career against top-5 players.