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LONDON — Novak Djokovic rallied from a set down and prevailed in a fourth-set tiebreaker to beat Australian Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (3) on Sunday at Wimbledon, his 21st Grand Slam title.
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A six-time champion at the All England Club, Djokovic will compete in his 32nd career final in a Grand Slam on Sunday when he meets Nick Kyrgios.
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Spanish star will not play in Friday's semifinals match against Australian Nick Kyrgios
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Jabeur reached her first Grand Slam final and also becomes the first Arab or North African player -- male or female -- to reach the finals of a major event.

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Nadal has won his last three encounters against Kyrgios and holds a 6-3 all-time edge in the series.
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He knows he will have to rely on the partisan support when he tries to stop six-time champion Novak Djokovic from reaching a 32nd Grand Slam final.
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Djokovic will play Italian 10th seed Jannik Sinner for a place in Friday's semi-finals after the 20-year-old ousted fifth-seeded Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz in the previous contest on Centre Court.
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Swiatek's streak matched the longest on the WTA Tour in 25 years, tying Martina Hingis' run in 1997. Steffi Graf won 66 consecutive matches from 1989-90.
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Isner's fifth ace of the match was No. 13,729 of his career, eclipsing the mark previously held by Croatia's Ivo Karlovic
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The home crowd saw the loss of two of its most popular players on Day 3 of the Wimbledon Championships

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Ingrid Neel, who played on the boys tennis team at Mayo High School, is playing in the women's doubles draw at Wimbledon, beginning today.
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The 24-year-old Frenchwoman was playing in the first Wimbledon match of her career.
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Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray drop rebounds to defeat James Duckworth of Australia

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