“If it’s a time to play Roger, now is probably the best time I guess but he’s still a decent player. He still can play.”
Norrie has been in excellent form of late after reaching the final at Queen’s last month before losing to Matteo Barrettini.
His match against Bolt was the first time Norrie was playing on a main court at Wimbledon and he certainly enjoyed the occasion with the fans getting on his side.
“Unbelievable to back at Wimbledon this year,” Norrie added.
Author: Stuart Ballard
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But Gasquet managed to use every trick in his book to just about stay in the second set and had a chance with three break points to pull back and he made it count on the third chance to force a rare mistake from Nadal.
And to the 34-year-old’s credit, he came close to doing what nobody has done since 2019 in taking a set against Nadal at the French Open.
However, Nadal turned it up a level when it mattered most to hold on for the second set.
Gasquet continued to trouble Nadal in the third on occasions with the world No 3 struggling to find a way through the Frenchman’s grit and determination to stay in the match.
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