溫布爾登。男單衛冕冠軍諾瓦克-德約科維奇在首場比賽中擊敗權純佑

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溫布爾登。男單衛冕冠軍諾瓦克-德約科維奇在首場比賽中擊敗權純佑

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衛冕冠軍諾瓦克-德約科維奇在中心球場的屋頂上,以一場艱苦的四盤棋戰勝了韓國人權純佑,開始了他對溫網四連冠的追求。

西班牙人以7-6(7-4)6-4 5-7 2-6 7-6(10-8)獲勝,因為去年在溫布爾登半決賽中擊敗丹尼爾-梅德韋傑夫和羅傑-費德勒的赫爾卡茲在最後一盤的破發中吹掉了7-4的領先優勢。

德約科維奇的勝利使這位前世界第一在溫布爾登的連勝紀錄達到22場。

這也意味着德約科維奇成為第一位在所有四個大滿貫賽事中取得80場單打勝利的球員,無論男女。

"德約科維奇說:"我以前說過,但這個球場確實很特別,對我來說,它一直是我夢想着打球和獲勝的球場,我所有的童年夢想都在這裡實現了,所以能回到中心球場是一種榮譽和快樂。

關於在溫布爾登贏得80場比賽,他補充說:"這項運動給了我一切,我欠這項運動很多,我仍然全心全意地熱愛它。

"我和外面的人一樣敬業,我不再是年輕人中的一員,但對這項運動的熱愛仍然在我心中燃燒,我試圖在大滿貫賽場上總是打出我最好的網球,在最好的球場上提供我最好的網球。現在我們已經到了80歲,讓我們到100歲吧。"

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德約科維奇挺身而出,權志龍登上中心球場的舞台

按照傳統,周一的冠軍賽在中心球場開賽時,男單衛冕冠軍德約科維奇被選為開場嘉賓,而冠軍賽的觀眾也是滿座。

這位35歲的世界第三名是再次保住冠軍頭銜的熱門人選,因為排名第一的達尼爾-梅德韋傑夫--在溫布爾登決定拒絕俄羅斯和白俄羅斯球員參賽後被禁賽--以及受傷的亞歷山大-茲維列夫缺席。

他克服了一個充滿激情的對手來支持這一說法,並為第二輪與澳大利亞人塔納西-科基納基斯或波蘭人卡米爾-馬伊奇扎克的會面做準備。

24歲的權志龍在興奮的中心球場觀眾的歡呼聲中打響了第一炮,他以一個破發點到15分驚艷了頭號種子,並再次只丟了一個點,他採用了令人印象深刻的多樣性,鞏固了3-1的優勢。

但德約科維奇沉住氣,在再次破發之前,他以五局連勝的姿態完成了首盤比賽。

去年9月在阿斯塔納贏得他迄今為止唯一的ATP冠軍的權志龍並沒有氣餒,他在第二盤中以3-1的破發點作為回應,並在接下來的比賽中以令人印象深刻的方式在0-40落後的情況下化解了三個破發點,從而將比賽扳平。

在觀眾的鼓勵下,韓國人在第三盤繼續施壓,但在第五局未能抓住一個破發點--讓德約科維奇在最後時刻出擊,重新取得領先。

他們被證明是關鍵時刻,因為德約科維奇在開局挽救了一個破發點後,最終在第四盤中堅持了自己的立場。

事實證明,一次破發足以讓他在SW19贏得一場破紀錄的勝利,並通過這場棘手的首輪交鋒。

西班牙天才少年卡洛斯-阿爾卡拉斯作為這項運動最有前途的青年才俊之一繼續吸引着人們的注意,他在5月的羅蘭-加洛斯比賽中進入了職業生涯中的第二個大型四分之一決賽,展示了他的巨大潛力。

2022年,他還獲得了邁阿密和馬德里的兩個ATP1000冠軍,以及32勝4負的戰績,人們對他以五號種子身份重返溫布爾登寄予厚望。

然而,這只是他在草地上的第二次巡迴賽,他在一號球場的屋頂上面對經驗豐富的Jan-Lennard Struff的艱難挑戰,最終以4-6 7-5 4-6 7-6 (7-3) 6-4五盤獲勝。

在輸掉第一和第三盤後,阿爾卡拉斯表現出了極大的鎮定,在第四盤必須獲勝的決勝局中贏得了最後八分,使自己在比賽中保持了活力。

憑藉致命的發球和觀眾對他的支持,這位19歲的世界第七位選手在決勝局的第九局取得了決定性的破發,確保他追平了去年在溫布爾登首次亮相時的第二輪成績。

赫爾卡茲去年在溫布爾登首次進入大滿貫半決賽,然後輸給了意大利的馬特奧-貝雷蒂尼,但在面對世界排名第37位的大衛-弗金娜時,他立即陷入了困境。

西班牙人拿下了開局的兩盤,並在第三盤拿到了三個賽點,之後胡爾卡茲進行了反擊,看起來有可能實現漂亮的逆轉。

他在第五盤中以5-4領先,但隨後失去了他的發球局,儘管他似乎控制了最後一盤的決勝局。

然而,Davidovich Fokina贏得了最後7分中的6分,在3小時28分鐘內獲勝,並在第二輪比賽中與阿根廷的Federico Coria或捷克共和國的Jiri Vesely打平。

"我真的不知道我是如何贏得這場比賽的,"Davidovich Fokina承認。

"這場勝利對我來說意義重大。我與前十名的球員進行了很多比賽,都沒有贏,但在這裡的草地上,我證明了我可以擊敗任何人。"

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Defending champion Novak Djokovic began his quest for a fourth successive Wimbledon title with a hard-fought four-set win over South Korean Kwon Soon-woo under the Centre Court roof.

The Spaniard won 7-6 (7-4) 6-4 5-7 2-6 7-6 (10-8) as Hurkacz, who beat Daniil Medvedev and Roger Federer on his way to the semi finals at Wimbledon last year, blew a 7-4 lead in the final-set tie-break.

Djokovic's win takes the former world number one's victory streak at Wimbledon to 22 matches.

It also means Djokovic becomes the first player, man or woman, to record 80 singles wins at all four Grand Slam tournaments.

"I've said this before but this court is truly special, for me it has always been the court I dreamed of playing and winning and all my childhood dreams came true here so it's an honour and pleasure to be back on Centre Court," said Djokovic.

On winning 80 matches at Wimbledon, he added: "This sport has given me everything, I owe a lot to the sport and I love it still with all my heart.

"I am as dedicated as anyone out there, I am not one of the youngsters anymore but the love for this sport still burns in me and I try to always play my best tennis at the Grand Slams and deliver my best tennis at the best courts. Now that we're at 80, let's get to 100." • None Follow coverage of day one at Wimbledon • None 'The good vibes are the same' - the queue returns

Djokovic pulls through as Kwon rises to Centre Court occasion

As tradition dictates, defending men's singles champion Djokovic was elected to begin proceedings on Centre Court as the Championships returned with full capacity crowds on Monday.

The 35-year-old world number three is the favourite to retain the title once again in the absence of top-ranked Daniil Medvedev - banned following Wimbledon's decision to deny entry to Russian and Belarusian players - and the injured Alexander Zverev.

He overcame a spirited opponent to back up that billing and set up a second-round meeting with Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis or Pole Kamil Majchrzak.

It was 24-year-old Kwon who landed the first blow to the delight of an excitable Centre Court crowd, stunning the top seed with a break to 15 and again surrendering just a single point as he employed impressive variety to consolidate a 3-1 advantage.

But Djokovic settled in, breaking back before another allowed him to serve out the opening set with a five-game streak.

Undeterred, Kwon, who won his sole ATP title to date in Astana last September, responded with a break for 3-1 in the second set and impressively saw off three break points from a 0-40 deficit to hold in the following game on his way to levelling the contest.

Encouraged by the crowd as he continued to apply pressure in the third, the South Korean was unable to clinch a break point in the fifth game - allowing Djokovic to strike late on and retake the lead.

They proved crucial moments, as Djokovic, having saved a break point in the opening game, eventually asserted himself in the fourth set.

A single break proved enough for him to earn a record-breaking win at SW19 and come through this tricky first-round encounter.

Spanish teenage sensation Carlos Alcaraz continues to attract attention as one of the sport's most promising young talents, having demonstrated his huge potential by reaching the second major quarter-final of his career at Roland Garros in May.

With two ATP 1000 titles from Miami and Madrid also to his name in 2022, along with a 32-4 win record, there are high expectations on his return to Wimbledon as the fifth seed.

It is, however, only his second tour-level tournament on grass, and he faced a tough challenge against the experienced Jan-Lennard Struff under the Court One roof before eventually prevailing in five sets, 4-6 7-5 4-6 7-6 (7-3) 6-4.

Having lost the first and third sets, Alcaraz showed great composure to keep himself alive in the contest by winning seven of the final eight points in a must-win fourth-set tie-break.

With a deadly serve and the crowd fully invested behind him, the 19-year-old world number seven clinched the decisive break in the ninth game of the decider to ensure he equalled the second-round appearance he achieved on his Wimbledon debut last year.

Hurkacz reached his first Grand Slam semi-final at Wimbledon last year before losing to Italy's Matteo Berrettini, but was instantly in trouble against Davidovich Fokina, ranked 37th in the world.

The Spaniard took the opening two sets and had three match points in the third, before Hurkacz fought back and looked on course for a fine turnaround.

He was serving for the match at 5-4 ahead in the fifth set, but then lost his serve although he then appeared in control of the final set tie-break.

However, Davidovich Fokina won six of the last seven points to win in three hours 28 minutes to set up a second-round tie against either Argentina's Federico Coria or Jiri Vesely of the Czech Republic.

"Really I don't know how I won this match," admitted Davidovich Fokina.

"This win means a lot to me. I had a lot of matches against players in the top 10 and have not won, but here on grass I've proved I can beat anyone." • None Alerts: Get tennis news sent to your phone

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