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DIRECT. Wimbledon 2024: Djokovic close to qualification, Fils and Monfils qualified, scores and results

Continuation of the second round of Wimbledon 2024 this Thursday July 4 with once again many French people on the program.

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16:34 – Fearnley leads 5-4

The Briton stays ahead in this third& th round.

16:33 – Altmaier wins the fourth set

The German prevailed in the decisive leg and snatched a decisive fifth set while he was leading in the final. two sets &agrav; nothing.

16:27 – Djokovic picks up

The Serb stops the bad series and returns to the lead. four everywhere in the fourth set.

16:25 – Dimitrov goes for the fifth set

The Bulgarian wins the fourth round six games à two and will be able to try to qualify in the fifth set.

16:24 – The double break for Wang

Very big danger for Jessica Pegula, now down 4-0 in the third set.

16:23 – Ons Jabeur on the court n°2

The double finalist à Wimbledon Ons Jabeur will start his match in a few minutes on court number two against Wimbledon. the American Motgomery.

16:20 – Pegula à in trouble again

While she had saved at the very end of the second set, Jessica Pegula is at the end of the second set. led again by a break in the third set by Wang. It's difficult today for the fifth player in the world.

16:19 – The dé break from Fearnley

A little less first ball from Djokovic and the Briton, 277th in the world, takes advantage. He breaks and encourages himself, bringing the Center Court audience to its feet.

16:14 – Comesana qualifies

After his victory in the first round against à Andrey Rublev, Francisco Comesana continues his journey à Wimbledon by eliminating Adam Walton in five sets 7-5 1-6 6-7 6-1 7-6 and more than four hours of play.

16:13 – The break for Djokovic

The Serbian takes Fearnley's serve and now leads 3-2. It's not far from qualification.

After a meeting that was stopped by the night, Ga& euml;l Monfils returned to the court perfectly and concluded this match in three sets. He goes on the third lap.

16:09 – 5-3 Monfils

Very nice cushioning from the Frenchman on a ball slowed down by the net, he takes off in this tie break.

16:08 – Pegula returns à height

While she was on the verge of elimination, Jessica Pegula finally won the second set in the deciding game, notably saving a match point.

16:05 – Kalinskaya wins the first round

The Russian pockets the first set 6-4 and takes the lead in this match against à Maria Bouzkova.

16:04 – Monfils goes for the tie break

Clear game of French, which returns to à six everywhere in the third set and offers a decisive game.

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What are the Wimbledon winners ?

Created in 1877 for men (in 1884 for women), the Wimbledon tournament is a historic tennis competition. Open Era in 1968, here is the list of winners of the men's tournament:

  • 2023: Carlos Alcaraz
  • 2022: Novak Djokovic
  • 2021: Novak Djokovic
  • 2020: tournament canceled
  • 2019: Novak Djokovic
  • 2018: Novak Djokovic
  • 2017: Roger Federer
  • 2016: Andy Murray
  • 2015: Novak Djokovic
  • 2014: Novak Djokovic
  • 2013: Andy Murray
  • 2012: Roger Federer
  • 2011: Novak Djokovic
  • 2010: Rafael Nadal
  • 2009: Roger Federer
  • 2008: Rafael Nadal
  • 2007: Roger Federer
  • 2006: Roger Federer
  • 2005: Roger Federer
  • 2004 :  Roger Federer
  • 2003 :  Roger Federer
  • 2002 : Lleyton Hewitt
  • 2001 : Goran Ivanisevic
  • 2000 : Pete Sampras
  • 1999 : Pete Sampras
  • 1998 : Pete Sampras
  • 1997 : Pete Sampras
  • 1996: Richard Krajicek
  • 1995: Pete Sampras
  • 1994: Pete Sampras
  • 1993: Pete Sampras
  • 1992: Andrá Agassi
  • 1991: Michael Stich
  • 1990: Stefan Edberg
  • 1989: Boris Becker
  • 1988: Stefan Edberg
  • 1987: Pat Cash
  • 1986: Boris Becker
  • 1985: Boris Becker
  • 1984: John Mcenroe
  • 1983: John Mcenroe
  • 1982: Jimmy Connors
  • 1981: John Mcenroe
  • 1980: Bjorn Borg
  • 1979: Bjorn Borg
  • 1978: Bjorn Borg
  • 1977: Bjorn Borg
  • 1976: Bjorn Borg
  • 1975: Arthur Ashe
  • 1974: Jimmy Connors
  • 1973: Jan Kodes
  • 1972: Stan Smith
  • 1971: John Newcombe
  • 1970: John Newcombe
  • 1969: Rod Laver
  • 1968: Rod Laver

Since the start of the Open Era in 1968, here is the list of winners of the women's tournament: 

  • 2023: Mr. Vondrousova 
  • 2022: E. Rybakina
  • 2021: A. Barty
  • 2020: Not Attributed (Covid-19)
  • 2019: S. Halep 
  • 2018: A. Kerber 
  • 2017: G. Muguruza 
  • 2016: S. Williams
  • 2015: S. Williams
  • 2014: P. Kvitova
  • 2013: Mr. Bartoli
  • 2012: S. Williams
  • 2011: P. Kvitova
  • 2010: S. Williams
  • 2009: S. Williams
  • 2008: V. Williams
  • 2007: V. Williams
  • 2006: A. Mauresmo
  • 2005: V. Williams
  • 2004: M. Sharapova 
  • 2003: S. Williams
  • 2002: S. Williams
  • 2001: V. Williams 
  • 2000: V. Williams 
  • 1999: L. Davenport
  • 1998: J. Novotna 
  • 1997: Mr. Hingis
  • 1996: S. Graf 
  • 1995: S. Graf 
  • 1994: C. Martinez 
  • 1993: S. Graf
  • 1992: S. Graf 
  • 1991: S. Graf 
  • 1990: M. Navratilova
  • 1988: S. Graf 
  • 1987: M. Navratilova
  • 1986: M. Navratilova 
  • 1985: M. Navratilova 
  • 1984: M. Navratilova 
  • 1983: M. Navratilova
  • 1982: M. Navratilova
  • 1981: C. Evert
  • 1980: E. Cawley-Goolagong 
  • 1979: M. Navratilova 
  • 1978: M. Navratilova 
  • 1977: V. Wade 
  • 1976: C. Evert 
  • 1975: B. King
  • 1974: C. Evert 
  • 1973: B. King 
  • 1972: B. King
  • 1970: Mr. Court-Smith 
  • 1969: A. Haydon-Jones
  • 1968: B. King
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