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Roger Federer vs Adrian Mannarino, Wimbledon 2018 live score and latest updates
09 July 2018, 05:56 | Henrietta Morgan
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United States player Serena Williams serves to France´s Kristina Mladenovic in their women´s singles third round match on the fifth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon.
The top seeds in the men's draw may have fared better than the women in the first week of Wimbledon.
'Probably Roger is the best in history and Rafael is close too. I am playing well.
Federer vs. Nadal is a boring and exciting predicted final.
That would be great news for Japanese clothing giant Uniqlo with whom he signed a $300 million deal this week, after a career-long relationship with Nike.
However, you can counter that by saying the pair of all-time greats usually deliver a compelling match when they face each other. Her own daughter, Anna, is six years old and travels with her on Tour - as does little Olympia with Williams, although the heat might keep her off Centre Court on Monday.
Nadal is in the hunt for his first championship in England since 2010, when he defeated Tomas Berdych to win the title. Another statistic that makes this one seem like quite a mismatch: Federer is 5-0 against Mannarino, winning 12 of the 13 sets they've played. The victor will face either Gael Monfils, another enigmatic Frenchman, or eighth seed Kevin Anderson.
That's Nadal in front, Djokovic on the left, and Federer making a return on the right.
Federer, who won the Wimbledon junior crown 20 years ago and is looking for a ninth title here, said he gets nervous when seeded players fall early in a tournament.
That's it. Just happy the way that I played during the first week.' By beating Jiri Vesely on Monday, Nadal would reach Wimbledon quarters for the first time since 2011. She was the unlucky player to miss out on a seeding when Serena Williams was handed No 25, but the world No 32 has channelled that frustration in supreme style, brushing aside home favourite Johanna Konta and 15th seed Elise Mertens - both in straight sets.
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