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Milos Raonic and Nick Kyrgios played on Court No.2 in the 3rd round of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 5 of The Championships. The 20-year-old Kyrgios won 5/7, 7/5, 7/6 (7-3), 6/3 in 2 hours and 42 minutes against the 24-year-old Raonic, who is currently ranked 8.

Kyrgios, who made the quarter finals last year at his first Wimbledon before losing to Raonic, this time hit 34 aces to 18 from the 1.96m Canadian. The 1.93m Australian currently ranked No.29 converted 2 of 7 break point opportunities versus his 7th seeded opponent who converted 1 of 7 break point chances. You can see more match statistics below.

What’s next? The No.26 seed Kyrgios plays the winner of No.11 seed Grigor Dimitrov and No.21 seed Richard Gasquet.

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Wimbledon 2015 Raonic v Kyrgios

Stanislas Wawrinka and Fernando Verdasco played on Court No.1 in the 3rd round of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 5 of The Championships. The 30-year-old Wawrinka won 6/4, 6/3, 6/4 in 1 hour and 53 minutes against the 31-year-old Verdasco, who is currently ranked 43.

Wawrinka, who made the Wimbledon quarter finals last year for the first time, hit 32 clean winners versus 23 from the 1.88m left-handed Spaniard. The 1.83m Swiss converted 3 of 16 break point opportunities versus his unseeded opponent who went zero from 4 break point chances. You can see more match statistics below.

What’s next? The No.4 seed Wawrinka plays the winner of No.16 seed David Goffin and the unseeded Marcos Baghdatis.

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Wimbledon 2015 Wawrinka v Verdasco

Grigor Dimitrov and Richard Gasquet played on Centre Court in the 3rd round of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 5 of The Championships. The 29-year-old Gasquet won 6/3, 6/4, 6/4 in 1 hour and 55 minutes against the 24-year-old Dimitrov, who is currently ranked 11.

Gasquet, who made the 2007 Wimbledon semi finals committed 13 unforced errors versus 24 from the 1.91m Bulgarian, who was a semi finalist last year. The 1.85m Frenchman converted 3 of 4 break point opportunities versus his 11th seeded opponent who went zero from 5 break point chances. You can see more match statistics below.

What’s next? The No.21 seed Gasquet plays the winner of No.7 seed Milos Raonic and No.26 seed Nick Kyrgios.

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Wimbledon 2015 Dimitrov v Gasquet

Novak Djokovic and Bernard Tomic played on Centre Court in the 3rd round of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 5 of The Championships. The 28-year-old Djokovic won 6/3, 6/3, 6/3 in 1 hour and 31 minutes against the 25-year-old Tomic, who is currently ranked 25.

The 1.88m Djokovic of Serbia hit 46 clean winners to 27 from the 1.83m Australian. Djokovic is a dual Wimbledon champion (2011 and 2014) and converted 4 of 13 break point opportunities versus his 27th seeded opponent who went zero from 3 break point chances. You can see more match statistics below.

What’s next? The No.1 seed Djokovic plays the winner of No.14 seed Kevin Anderson and No.24 seed Leonardo Mayer in a bid to make the quarter finals or better for the eighth time.

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Wimbledon 2015 Djokovic v Tomic

 

Ivo Karlovic and Alexandr Dolgopolov played on Court No.18 in the 2nd round of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 4 of The Championships. The 36-year-old Karlovic won 5/7, 6/3, 6/4, 7/6 (7-4), 13/11 in 3 hours and 23 minutes against the 26-year-old Dolgopolov, who is currently ranked 70.

The 2.11m Karlovic of Croatia hit 53 aces to 17 from the 1.8m Ukrainian and 93 winners to 64. The No.23 seed Karlovic converted 4 of 10 break point opportunities versus his unseeded opponent who converted 2 of 2 break point chances. You can see more match statistics below.

What’s next? Karlovic was a Wimbledon quarter finalist in 2009 and is currently ranked No.25 plays the winner of No.13 seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and the unseeded Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the 3rd round.

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Wimbledon 2015 Karlovic v Dolgopolov

 

Sam Groth and James Duckworth in a battle of two unseeded players battled it out on Court No.17 in the 2nd round of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 4 of The Championships. The 27-year-old Groth won 7/5, 6/4, 7/6 (8-6), 6/4 in 2 hours and 6 minutes against the 23-year-old Duckworth who is currently ranked No.87.

The 1.93m Groth of Australia hit 24 aces to 10 by his fellow 1.83m Australian. Groth converted 3 of 7 break point opportunities versus his unseeded opponent who converted 1 of 9 break point chances. You can see more match statistics below.

What’s next? Groth currently ranked No.69 plays the winner of No.2 seed Roger Federer and the unseeded Sam Querrey in the 3rd round. This Wimbledon is the first Groth has won past the 1st round in his career, which will see him move up higher than No.66 for a new career-high ranking.

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Wimbledon 2015 Groth v Duckworth

Feliciano Lopez and Nikoloz Basilashvili played on Court No.16 in the 2nd round of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 4 of The Championships. The 23-year-old Basilashvili won 7/5, 3/6, 6/3, 2/6, 6/4 in 2 hours and 56 minutes against the 33-year-old Lopez, who is currently ranked 16.

The 1.85m Basilashvili of Georgia hit less winners, less aces (5 to 32), hit more unforced errors and won far fewer points at net yet managed to beat the 1.88m left-handed Spaniard. The No.15 seed Lopez and his unseeded opponent both converted 4 break point opportunities. You can see more match statistics below.

What’s next? Basilashvili currently ranked No.153 plays the winner of No.20 seed Roberto Bautista Agut and the unseeded Benoit Paire in the 3rd round in only his second Wimbledon and after losing in the first round of qualifying in 2014.

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Wimbledon 2015 Lopez v Basilashvili