Wimbledon, Day two highlights: Injuries, Tomic’s commitment issues and Federer-Djokovic’s free pass

While they were not the main problems of the second day of Wimbledon, some fans might have felt difficult because the games champion Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic lasted only 43 minutes and 40 minutes, respectively – his opponents mid game after suffering Injuries.

There was also Bernard Tomic and his fall from grace signed, sealed and delivered by his sincere for not finding the motivation to play at the highest level, published his first round exit. Meanwhile, Milos Raonic, the 2016 winner, also looked with a sense of solidity, while he was sending German Jan-Lennard Struff 7-6, 6-2, 7-6.

They prefer to live in the female fate drawing head with Angelique Kerber’s head and another favorite, Karolina Pliskova goes on to the next round.

While Tomic could not be bothered and approached the feigned injury to withdraw from his game, Mandy Minella of Luxembourg has demonstrated just how much it means for a professional to play on the grass at Wimbledon.

Minella took four and a half months of pregnancy and, despite losing 6-1, 6-1 to veteran Italian Francesca Schiavone, who attracted the attention of fans and experts. “Wimbledon is my last tournament this season,” said Minella, whose baby arrived at the end of this year. She is finished. Minella must also play doubles female with Anastasija Sevastova from Latvia.

Roger Federer started his campaign for an eighth Wimbledon title easily with Tuesday, when opponent Alexandr Dolgopolov left with an injury in the second set.

The third seed Federer 6-3, 3-0 to advance when the Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov withdrew from the first round match on the center court with an ankle injury after only 43 minutes. However, the Swiss hit his career 000 to 10 in the eighth game of the first set, becoming the third player in history to do so.

The victory also gave Federer his 85th Wimbledon victory, becoming the first man in history to do so after passing the Jimmy Connors record.

World number 1 Angelique Kerber launched her attempt to return to the Wimbledon final with a 6-4 6-4 over Irina Falconi, but the German was far from impressive. Kerber entered the tournament in the back of an unfortunate clay campaign season, culminating in a shameful defeat in the first round to Ekaterina Makarova.

However, the world No.3 Pliskova suffered any kind of problems and was very discouraged against Evgeniya Rodin won 6-1, 6-4 in just 71 minutes during his first round match. Pliskova will face Magdalena Rybarikova from Slovakia in the last 64 years.

Did we comment on Tomic? There were a handful of former players and commentators who were worried about Australia’s mental health. However, at age 24, he fired a lot of criticism.

Martina Navratilova has fallen heavily on Tomic, even telling her to “find another job” because she thought she had lost the game and fans who paid money.

“I would not be worried about a fourth round of the US Open or losing the first round. For me, it’s all the same. I’m going to play 10 years, and I know that after my career, I will not have That work, “said Tomic.

Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash cautioned Tomic would risk jeopardizing Australia’s legacy: “He can do much worse than this to ruin the image we have created,” Cash said.

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