Wimbledon 2022 LIVE RESULTS: Kyrgios X-RATED rant at umpire, Nadal on NOW, Brits Katie Boulter and Liam Broady OUT | The Sun

NICK KYGRIOS and Stefano Tsitsipas are playing in a dramatic Court One clash RIGHT NOW.

While Rafael Nadal is also back in now on Centre Court he looks to advance to the next round.

Though Brits Katie Boulter and Liam Broady have both been knocked out today at SW19.

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  • Kostas Lianos

    Kyrgios 6-7 (2-7) 6-4 Tsitsipas

    Nick Kyrgios is fuming at the umpire during his match with Stefanos Tsitsipas.

    Kyrgios is complaining that Tsitsipas fired a ball to the crowd and wants him to be defaulted.

    The Australian yells: "You're a disgrace."

    "I'm not playing until we get to the bottom of this."

    Tsitsipas, who takes the opportunity to go to the loo, gets a warning while a supervisor comes out to talk to Kyrgios

  • Kostas Lianos

    Kyrgios 6-7 (2-7) 4-4 Tsitsipas

    The big third-round match between Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas is picking up some steam with the crowd roaring at the entertaining encounter.

    Meanwhile, Rafa Nadal is dominating against Lorenzo Sonego

  • Kostas Lianos

    Kyrgios 6-7 (2-7) 2-1 Tsitsipas

    Pressure is piling up between Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

    Kyrgios is moaning at the chair umpire during the change of ends, shaking his head

    Meanwhile, it only took 16 minutes for Rafa Nadal to get the break against Lorenzo Sonego

  • Kostas Lianos

    Kyrgios 5-5 Tsitsipas

    Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas are facing off in quite a nail-biter.

    But who will blink first?

  • Kostas Lianos

    Kyrgios 2-3 Tsitsipas

    Stefanos Tsitsipas takes on Nick Kyrgios at Wimbledon's third round.

    Tsitsipas is ahead in this tough encounter.

    Meanwhile, fourth seed Paula Badosa is into the fourth round after eliminating Petra Kvitova

  • Kostas Lianos

    More from Watson

    Heather Watson continued praising her Wimbledon surrogate family.

    Watson added: “The most important thing is that I feel at home there and it’s just so convenient. It’s right next to Aorangi and I can just walk to the club every day.

    “They have seen me grow up and they were in the box supporting me in the last match. They’re like family, they have been with me through it all.

    “Even the 2012 London Olympics, I stayed there. I’ve always had the faith about the fourth round, I knew my time would come and it’s here. And it is here.

    “I play because I love it, I want to do well. Tennis means everything to me, it’s what I have been doing pretty much my whole life, so I don’t think about that”

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  • Kostas Lianos

    Watson's special thanks

    Heather Watson has thanked her 12-year Wimbledon surrogate family for the home comforts during the fortnight ahead of her fourth-round clash with German Jule Niemeier.

    Watson said: “I’ve stayed with the same family for the last 12 years. The Skinners, Jane and her two sons, George and James. It’s great when it rains, I can always pop back.

    “Secondly, they are like family, I see them throughout the year now and we’re really close.

    “Thirdly, Jane, the mum, she’s a chef. Fourthly, they have a dog and I love animals"

  • Kostas Lianos

    More from Southgate

    England manager Gareth Southgate was able to watch Rafa Nadal in the flesh this year.

    Southgate was too busy with Euro 2020 this time last year to pay much attention to Wimbledon.

    He said: “In the middle of last year’s excitement, we didn’t get to see much at all.

    “It’s always great to see top-level players, and it’s an English institution, coming to Wimbledon”

  • Kostas Lianos

    Southgate's Nadal example

    England manager Gareth Southgate has told his players to match tennis legend Rafa Nadal’s consistency and professionalism.

    Southgate said: “His consistency over a long period of time and the way he’s looked after himself – the benchmark now for professional athletes is to be as he is.

    “All those fine margins that make the difference. For me, the way that the tennis players recover between matches – they play for four or five hours , then they’ve maybe got to go out there and play another big game the next day.

    “There are so many elements that you can learn from”

  • Alex Cole

    'True honour' to win at Wimbledon, says De Minaur

    Sydney star Alex de Minaur will now play Chilean Cristian Garín in the Last 16 – neither have been beyond this stage – as the pair benefit from the withdrawal of 2021 runner-up Matteo Berrettini pre-tournament with Covid.

    De Minaur said: “It’s relief. It was harder than I wanted it to be. You get nerves playing in front of an amazing crowd against a Brit.

    “There is relief to be in the second week of Wimbledon.

    “Wimbledon is such a special tournament, to come here and play here is a true honour.

    "I am enjoying every second and trying to ride this wave.”

    Credit: Reuters
  • Alex Cole

    De Minaur in straight sets

    De Minaur, 23, increased the pressure early in the second set and despite missing out on three break-point opportunities in game three, he gained the advantage in game five instead.

    There were occasions when loudmouth Broady would scream ‘Come On’ when his opponent smashed a ball against the net.

    But despite his admirable fighting qualities – he twice forced De Minaur to serve for the match in an hour-long set and came four times within earning a third-set tie-break – Broady eventually followed Boulter through the Wimbledon exit door on a rather flat Sporting Saturday.

  • Alex Cole

    Brit Broady out

    Had Broady made it to the next stage, it would have been Britain's most number of individuals at that juncture since 1979.

    For Broady, who cannot earn any ranking points for this run, the £120,000 prize money will afford him a decent night out and go some way towards the reinvestment of his tennis.

    Unfortunately there were swathes of empty seats in the 12,345-capacity arena by the time Broady began the match of his life.

    Throughout the opening week, it has been noticeable that so many Pimm’s-guzzling punters have not been in place by the time action has started on the two big courts.

    That said, those who were enjoying a long lunch would have missed the first set given it was all over in 28 minutes.

    It was not pretty at times and De Minaur turned the screw with exemplary serving after a key break of serve in game six.

  • Alex Cole

    Broady falls to De Minaur

    Liam Broady failed to make it a hat-trick of Brits in the fourth round of Wimbledon after being eliminated by Katie Boulter’s boyfriend.

    The Stockport southpaw, 28, could not find a way past No.19 seed Alex de Minaur on No.1 Court on day six of the Championships.

    The Australian – who is dating Leicestershire’s Boulter – ruined the dreams of Surrey youngster Jack Draper in the second round.

    And now he has done the same to British No.5 Broady with some excellent serving and 13 aces in a 6-3 6-4 7-5 win.

    Credit: Reuters
  • Alex Cole

    Korpatsch gets Covid after posing for selfie with Nadal

    Tamara Korpatsch has tested positive for Covid-19 a day after posting a selfie with Rafael Nadal.

    Korpatsch, 27, was knocked out in the first round of Wimbledon, losing to Brit Heather Watson 7-6, 5-7, 6-2.

    Then she slammed Harmony Tan for pulling out of the doubles following the three-hour epic against Serena resulting in a very public Instagram spat.

    Last night she posted a selfie with Rafa Nadal… and now she has tested positive for Covid.

    In a statement Korpatsch wrote: "‼️BAD NEWS‼️ Unfortunately I had to withdraw from my next tournament in Contrexeville the WTA 125.

    "I got tested Covid positive. Unfortunately with symptoms. I've had a very high fever, sore throat and the worst headache like I've never had before. I will stay home in quarantine for the next days."

  • Alex Cole

    Update around the courts

    Cristian Garin is into the fourth round following a 6-2, 6-3, 1-6, 6-4 win over American Jenson Brooksby.

    While Coco Gauff wins a rollercoaster first set 7-6 against Amanda Anisimova on Centre Court.

  • Alex Cole

    Wimbledon fans incredulous at ‘night out chicken’

    Although most commonly associated with Pimm's and strawberries and cream, it's the All England Club's chicken and chips and pints of lager that have got people talking.

    Shared by the Twitter account Sport Scran, a tray of chicken and chips costing £11 was revealed.

    Accompanied by a side of coleslaw, the Wimbledon dish left social media users feeling underwhelmed.

    One joked: "How much was the deposit?"

    Another joked: "Ah yes, my favourite three piece meal: a leg, a wing, and a nugget."

    While KFC even chimed in: "Well that's ruined my day."

  • Alex Cole

    A must watch match

    Explosive Nick Kyrgios is up against fourth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas at 16:15 this afternoon.

    Tsitsipas and Kygios at Wimbledon, what a show it could be!

  • Joshua Jones

    Tan delight

    World No115 Tan, 24, had never reached the third round of a Grand Slam before, let alone the last 16.

    She said: "It's amazing.

    "I like grass, I like to play with slice and volley and everything with my game.

    "I'm really happy.

    "It was really emotional for the first game against Serena.

    "After it was just play match by match.

    "Today was really good tennis – I don't know why.

    "It depends on the day."

  • Alex Cole

    In Harmony

    Harmony Tan will be very happy with her performance this morning.

    She beats Brit Katie Boulter 6-1, 6-1 within an HOUR.

    The French star had "Astonish" written on her sleeve. That she did.

    Credit: Reuters
  • Alex Cole

    Boulter 1-6 1-6 Tan

    It's over!

    Tan is through and Katie Boulter's run at Wimbledon has come to an end on Court No2.

  • Joshua Jones

    Boulter* 1-6 1-5 Tan

    Nerves for Tan?

    No chance.

    A love hold and she is a game away from round four.

    Boulter serving to stay in it already…

  • Joshua Jones

    Boulter 1-6 1-4 Tan*

    This is a tennis lesson from Harmony Tan – and it may not even last a full hour.

    Up 0-30 on the Boulter serve, she wheels off yet another winner – this time a running cross-court forehand into the far corner.


    After missing two chances to break, Tan gets lobbed, pulls out a hot dog and then races in to win the net exchange.

    Sensational stuff and she is two games away…

  • Joshua Jones

    Boulter* 1-6 1-3 Tan

    Boulter gets the first point of the game but Tan battles back.

    The Brit is struggling to cope with the change in – or lack of – pace from Tan.

    She does get to 30-30, though, but another well-timed strong serve gets the French ace back in front.

    Yes, better from Boulter – a perfect forehand winner.

    She is still trying to get her legs going, is Katie.

    Two more big serves and that's 3-1.

  • Joshua Jones

    Korpatsch drama continues

    Tan's one-time brief doubles partner Tamara Korpatsch has had quite the week.

    She lost to Heather Watson, then slammed Tan for pulling out of the doubles following the three-hour epic against Serena resulting in a very public Instagram spat.

    Last night she posted a selfie with Rafa Nadal…

    And now she has tested positive for Covid…

  • Joshua Jones

    Boulter 1-6 1-2 Tan*

    Two quickfire holds from both players and that getting on the board is a welcome relief for the home favourite.

    Can she find that break back before this set gets out of reach?

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