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Novak Djokovic vs Philipp Kohlschiber result & highlights, Wimbledon 2019 men's singles

Novak Djokovic vs Philipp Kohlschiber result & highlights, Wimbledon 2019 men's singles

Djokovic vs Kohlschreiber full highlights and latest results, Wimbledon 2019 men's singles 1st round: Djokovic experienced many difficulties, but still defeated Kohlschreiber.

The defending champion won 6-3, 7-5, 6-3 against Philipp Kohlschreiber in the opening match at the All England Club on July 1st.

This is the 12th time in history, which is also the fourth time in 2019, the two hands clash against each other and the dominant advantage still belongs to Novak Djokovic with 10 wins.

Suddenly occurred in the first game when Djokovic held the ball. The number one seed opened with a double error and an additional self-defeating error pushed him into the face of break-points. Making good use of that opportunity, Kohlschreiber managed to break the game first after the opponent's net-ball backhand.

In the next game, it's the German player's mistake. After losing the first two points, Djokovic came up against a 0-30 lead to win the game. After the initial minute, the Serbian player gradually caught up with the pace and played more steadily.

Kohlschreiber has broken one more game, before missing the chance to have two consecutive break-points by Djokovic's outstanding rescuing ability with perfect ace. Maintain an active match, the number one seed closes first and wins with a hand-won winner.

In a 38-minute opening, Djokovic lost only four points, scored 11 winner and scored 8 times in 10 successes.

The scenario in the first games of the second set is similar. Djokovic has always been a slow start, in stark contrast to the world number 57 player, and it is not hard to see him losing the first game. However, just like the first set, the defending champion did not let the German player easily expand the gap.

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Winning the next game to save the ball before holding the ball well, Djokovic equalized 2-2 and the equalizer was maintained by the players until the tenth game. Thinking that the match set would have to be determined by the tie-break series, the opponent's niggling stroke gave Djokovic a valuable opportunity. Kohlschreiber only saved the first break-point, but the next time he hit the ball out, he lost the game. Winning the last game, Djokovic finished the second set after 46 minutes to play.

In this set, the first seed still appears to be dominating the ball when it reaches 84% of the serve point, in which there are 6 hand-to-score balls and 14 winner points, still more than the score Similar to Kohlschreiber in each set respectively.

Being in a disadvantage, the German player still hopes to re-create the overthrow of Djokovic in the Indian Wells third round in March. That fragile belief helped Kohlschreiber not be afraid to play with the player who is currently the number one player in the world.

The first six games of the third set take place in a balanced position when no one can break each other's serve. In the hand-held game Kohlschreiber at 2-2 draw, Hawk Eye's HawkEye eye technology has brought two opportunities for Djokovic but he missed and let him see the opponent finish the attractive durable ball with a winner point hand.

But to the next chance, the defending champion of the tournament has successfully transformed. Djokovic won two Kohlschreiber jumper games, before finishing the final 6-3, 7-5, 6-3 victory.

Statistics of the two-hour and two-minute match show that Djokovic scored a total of 36 winner points - 14 points more than Kohlschreiber, while the number of self-defeating mistakes (19 errors) was less than 10 errors for the German player despite both all have three double errors.

Overcoming Kohlschreiber, the Serbian player reached the 66th victory in Wimbledon and also won the 271th Grand Slam victory.

His next round opponent will be Denis Kudla, the Ukrainian who easily defeated Malek Jaziri after three sets 6-4, 6-1, 6-3 in the previous match. This is the first time Djokovic meets an opponent who is ranked 111th in the world. 

Wimbledon 2019 schedule:

Monday July 1st Men's and Ladies' Singles 1st Round 

Tue July 2nd Men's and Ladies' Singles 1st Round

Wed July 3rd Men's and Ladies' Singles 2nd Round 

Thu July 4th Men's and Ladies' Singles 2nd Round 

Fri July 5th Men's and Ladies' Singles 3rd Round 
Sat July 6th Men's and Ladies' Singles 3rd Round 
Sun July 7th No play
Mon July 8th Men's and Ladies' Singles 4th Round 
Tues July 9th Ladies' Singles Quarter-Finals Center
Wed July 10th Men's Singles Quarter-Finals Center
Thur July 11th Ladies' Singles Semi-Finals
Fri July 12th Men's Singles Semi-Finals 
Sat July 13th Ladies': Singles Final + Men's Doubles Final + Ladies' Doubles Final 
Sun 14th July: Men's Singles Final + Mixed Doubles Final