Cruelty! Fernander made his 24th Grand Slam final 8, sweeping in more than an hour, and no one was broken.

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 Cruelty! Fernander made his 24th Grand Slam final 8, sweeping in more than an hour, and no one was broken.


Federer, Nadal and Djokovic won 14 Wimbledon championships. On the so-called Super Monday, the Big Three went to battle one after another. It took 105 minutes for Nadal to sweep one of Portugals Gososa 6-2. Then Djokovic won 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 new French star Amber, which took 102 minutes and finally. An appearance of Federer, 6-1, 6-2 and 6-2 to eliminate Italian grassland master Bellettini, took only 74 minutes. Faced with such three people, the opponent is undoubtedly desperate.

Sosa, Amber and Bellettini also hit the top 16 of the Grand Slam. As a result, they lost 1-6, 6 2-6 and 2 3-6. No one could win even one set from the three giants without shaving their heads. They didnt even see 4, 5 or 7. All three of them had one breakthrough point. Control. Generally speaking, we cant say that the three matches did not have a good performance, but the process was too one-sided, which should not be the quality of the Grand Slam 1/8 final.

No way, who makes the Big Three really powerful? The data show that this is the 24th time that Feynard has joined the top eight of the Grand Slam at the same time. Twenty of the past 23 championships have been won by the three. During this period, only Walin of the Australian Open in 2014 and the French Open in 2015 and Del Porto of the US Open in 2009 can break out of the encirclement of the three. The remaining 20 Championships are internal strife among the three giants. Generation.

The next quarter-finals, it seems very difficult to have too much suspense. Probably Federer, Nadal and Djokovic will join hands to reach the top four. Without too much surprise, the three giants will continue to dominate the Grand Slam on the current Wimbledon. When will the era of the Big Three end? Im afraid thats the question that all the big Legion outsiders want to answer, but its not surprising to see the status of the three players today, if they all have 20 + Grand Slam champions after retirement. Back to the current Wimbledon, as to which giant can be crowned this Sunday, take a look at the past data. This is the second consecutive year for the three giants, the fifth time in a total of eight at Wimbledon. The last four times when Wimbledon gathered in the top eight were in 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2018. Among them, Federer won the 2007 championship, Nadal won the 2010 championship, and Djokovic reached the top in 2011 and 2018, which still seems to be the same. All three have a chance. Are you looking forward to the semi-finals and the finals? Fans need to wait patiently for a few days. Source: Netease Sports Author: Leons Editor-in-Charge: Liu Jie_NS6529

The next quarter-finals, it seems very difficult to have too much suspense. Probably Federer, Nadal and Djokovic will join hands to reach the top four. Without too much surprise, the three giants will continue to dominate the Grand Slam on the current Wimbledon. When will the era of the Big Three end? Im afraid thats the question that all the big Legion outsiders want to answer, but its not surprising to see the status of the three players today, if they all have 20 + Grand Slam champions after retirement.

Back to the current Wimbledon, as to which giant can be crowned this Sunday, take a look at the past data. This is the second consecutive year for the three giants, the fifth time in a total of eight at Wimbledon. The last four times when Wimbledon gathered in the top eight were in 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2018. Among them, Federer won the 2007 championship, Nadal won the 2010 championship, and Djokovic reached the top in 2011 and 2018, which still seems to be the same. All three have a chance. Are you looking forward to the semi-finals and the finals? Fans need to wait patiently for a few days.