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Wimbledon: Didn't feel great, no thought of retiring-Sinner

Wimbledon: Didn't feel great, no thought of retiring-Sinner

Affected by physical condition in Medvedev loss but no excuses

ROME, 10 July 2024, 12:02

ANSA English Desk



Jannik Sinner said he hadn't felt great after suffering a dizzy spell and leaving the court during the third set of his five-set defeat to Daniil Medvedev in the Wimbledon quarters Tuesday but that he had never thought of retiring hurt.
    "I didn't want to go off, I didn't feel well, I had some nausea and dizziness, but I thought it would be enough to rest a few minutes," said the 22-year-old South Tyrolean world number one and Australian Open champ who took about six minutes out before winning the set and eventually losing the five-setter 6-7 6-4 7-6 2-6 6-3 in just over four hours of play.
    "I don't want to take anything away from Daniil, who deserved it today because he played the important points better.
    "Unfortunately today I wasn't in perfect physical condition, and that affected me a little".
    Sinner said he felt "frustrated" at a loss that would be "hard to digest" but was now already focusing on the Paris Olympics and the US Open.
    World number five and 2021 US Open champ Medvedev, 28, who thus got his revenge for the Aussie Open final defeat to the Italian star, will now face world number three, reigning champ Frencn Open champ, former US Open champ and tournament favourite Carlos Alcaraz of Spain, 21, in the semis.


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