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Watch Rafael Nadal v Taylor Fritz online: Live stream today’s Wimbledon quarter-final

By Jonathan Davies

Watch Rafael Nadal v Taylor Fritz online: Live stream today's Wimbledon quarter-final

Published: 7:35, 6 July 2022

Rafael Nadal and Taylor Fritz go head to head in the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Wednesday at 2:45pm (UK time).

How to live stream Rafael Nadal v Taylor Fritz online:

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Where to watch Rafael Nadal v Taylor Fritz on TV:

  • UK: BBC
  • US: ESPN & Tennis Channel

Back at the All England Club for the first time in three years, it has been a successful return thus far for Nadal.

Having already captured the Australian Open and French Open this season, the Spaniard is aiming to become the first player to achieve a double Surface Slam, and first man to win at least three majors on all surfaces. Incredibly, this is all despite an ongoing foot injury and potential murmurs of retirement.

Nadal dropped a set in each of his first two outings against Francisco Cerundolo and Ricardas Berankis, but it has been generally straightforward for the 22-time Grand Slam champion.

Subsequent straight-set victories over Lorenzo Sonego and Botic Van de Zandschlup have set up a showdown with Fritz.

Although he had failed to progress beyond round three in his five previous appearances, the 11th seed arrived at SW19 with momentum on grass following his triumph at Eastbourne.

The American has certainly built on that; extending his winning streak to eight matches.

He has put Lorenzo Musetti, Alastair Gray, Alex Molcan and Jason Kubler to the sword without dropping a single set; becoming the first player from his nation to reach this stage of Wimbledon while doing so since Andy Roddick in 2007.

While Nadal will provide a much tougher test of his credentials, Fritz did prevail when they last met in the Indian Wells final.