Thursday afternoon update: Men’s singles No. 2 seed Rafael Nadal has officially withdrawn from Wimbledon following an abdominal injury, advancing unranked Nick Kyrgios to the final.
The Wimbledon tournament is rapidly coming to a close as the men’s singles quarterfinals take place on Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be two quarterfinal matches each day, for both the men’s and women’s draw, airing on ESPN and ESPN2.
Tuesday’s quarterfinals action starts off with No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic facing No. 10 seed Jannik Sinner, whose odds to win it all heading into the quarterfinals were at -250 and +2000, respectively. After their match, David Goffin will take on No. 9 seed Cameron Norrie, who is favored at -235 to win the match and advance to the semifinals.
Fans of Wimbledon will have to make a big decision on what to watch to open up Wednesday’s action, as Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios are both set to play their respective matches at the same time. They’re both coming in hot, with the second and third-best odds to win the men’s singles draw, respectively. Nadal’s odds to win his match are at -270, while Kyrgios is at -450 to advance to the next round at Wimbledon.
With quarterfinals underway, we’ll be tracking results for each match as the final four men reach the semifinals at Wimbledon.
Men’s Singles Draw
#1 Novak Djokovic defeats #10 Jannik Sinner
#9 Cameron Norrie defeats David Goffin
Nick Kyrgios defeats Christian Garin
#2 Rafael Nadal defeats #11 Taylor Fritz
Novak Djokovic vs. Cameron Norrie
Nick Kyrgios vs. Rafael Nadal