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  • 14 June 2019
    导出博客文章Jeff Stelling and the boys bring you all of Saturdays action, plus interviews
    with Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles and Southampton midfielder Dusan Tadic. Matt
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    goalkeeper will reflect on a difficult season for the club, but one that has
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    in. RIO DE JANEIRO -- Novak Djokovic shook his head and placed his palm over
    welling eyes on his way to the locker room after a first-round Olympic exit,
    devastated he might never realize his goal of adding a gold in singles to a
    substantial collection of Grand Slam titles.I mean, no doubt, its one of the
    toughest losses in my life, in my career, Djokovic said later, shaking his head
    and speaking in subdued tones. Not easy to handle.The Serb was hardly alone in
    his disappointment on Day 2 of the Rio de Janeiro Games: He was one of three No.
    1 seeds to exit the tennis competition in a wild span of 12 hours.Djokovics 7-6
    (4), 7-6 (2) setback Sunday night was caused in large part by ferocious forehand
    after ferocious forehand from a resurgent Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina.
    That surprising result followed losses by the top-seeded duos of Serena and
    Venus Williams of the United States -- who entered their match with a 15-0
    Olympic record and three gold medals as a pair -- in womens doubles, and Nicolas
    Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert of France in mens doubles.The second-seeded mens
    doubles duo of Andy and Jamie Murray departed, too.Got to take it on the chin,
    said Jamie, the older brother of two-time Wimbledon winner Andy, and move
    on.Sunday began with 25 mph winds that delayed the start of play on eight of
    Rios nine tennis courts for about 2 hours, and then came so many startling
    outcomes.None was more significant than 2009 U.S. Open titlist del Potros
    victory over 12-time major champion and No. 1-ranked Djokovic in a thriller
    before a raucous crowd. The match concluded with both men, who are friends,
    wiping away tears after a lengthy, warm embrace at the net, during which
    Djokovic offered what del Potro described as really kind words.Del Potro has
    dealt with three operations to his left wrist that kept him off the Grand Slam
    circuit for 2 1/2 years, until Wimbledon last month, and even he acknowledged: I
    didnt expect to beat Novak tonight.Djokovic had won seven of their eight most
    recent meetings, and 11 of 14 overall, before Sunday. But this is the second
    time that del Potro came out ahead at an Olympics: He beat Djokovic to take the
    bronze medal in London four years ago.Representing Serbia means a lot to
    DDjokovic, who led his country to a Davis Cup title and carried its flag at the
    opening ceremony of the 2012 Games.dddddddddddd He did earn a bronze at the 2008
    Beijing Olympics, but to a guy with so much success, anything other than being
    the champion is not acceptable.There is still a shot at gold in doubles in Rio
    -- he and Nenad Zimonjic are into the second round -- but as for singles,
    Djokovic will be 33 by the time Tokyo hosts the 2020 Olympics.The wounds are
    still fresh, Djokovic said. But youve got to deal with it. Its not the first
    (or) the last time that Im losing a tennis match. But Olympic Games, yeah, its
    completely different.This comes a little more than a month after a third-round
    loss at Wimbledon against Sam Querrey of the United States, and could add to the
    sense that Djokovic is not as unbeatable as everyone was beginning to think he
    was when he won the French Open in June to become the first man in nearly a
    half-century to win four consecutive major trophies.With Djokovic out of the
    draw, 2012 gold medalist Andy Murray, who is seeded No. 2, becomes the favorite
    as he bids to become the first player to win consecutive Olympic singles titles.
    He won his opener in that event Sunday, 6-3, 6-2 against Serbias Viktor
    Troicki.Also chasing a repeat in singles: Serena Williams, who was the only No.
    1 seed with a victory Sunday, albeit a patchy one, 6-4, 6-2 against Australias
    Daria Gavrilova in singles.Then Serena went back out on court to partner Venus,
    who has been ill and lost in singles on Saturday. They were beaten 6-3, 6-4 by
    the Czech Republics Lucie Safarova and Barbora Strycova.We played terrible,
    Serena said, and it showed in the results.A common theme on this day.After he
    and Jamie wasted five set points in the second tiebreaker of their 7-6 (6), 7-6
    (14) loss against Brazils Thomaz Bellucci and Andre Sa, Andy said he would skip
    mixed doubles and let his brother play with Jo Konta.Ill concentrate on the
    singles now, Andy said. Ill get a day off tomorrow and recover. Its been a long
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