Alex De Minaur withdraws from Wimbledon before quarter final clash; Djokovic enters 13th Wimbledon semi final

Alex De Minaur withdraws from his quarter-finals against former World number one Novak Djokovic. A shocking exit by the talented Australian number one.

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Wimbledon 2024 has been full of surprises and this has been a tournament that has given us some great matches already. The time for the playoffs has arrived and we all were looking forward to the last two quarter-final games of the season. There are once again some great players who are in the mix going into these matches which everyone has been looking forward to this season.

In this match, we all were ready to witness what was between former World number 1 Novak Djokovic and Australian number one Alex De Minaur. De Minaur has impressed us with some great performances this season and Djokovic has proved he can show some fight by winning big matches even with a bad knee. It has been an inspirational performance by the 7-time Wimbledon winner.

De Minaur withdraws from Wimbledon quarters

There might have been a lot of hype for this game, but right now the fans have to deal with some more bad news as Alex De Minaur has officially withdrawn from the competition which will result in Djokovic qualifying for his 13th Wimbledon semi-final this season. This is due to the injury the Australian faced in his last game against Arthur Fils. This is a sad ending to a great tournament for him and he also had a chance to play against one of the biggest legends in the world.

This was really a disappointing ending for the Aussie, but the Djokovic fans will be happy to see their favourite star make it to another semi-final in the grass-court Grand Slam season. This was a great tournament for both of these and though we will feel bad for the Aussie, this is another tournament where we are seeing the Serbian stay alive and he might go for his 8th Wimbledon title this season.


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