Wimbledon 2022 LIVE: Scores and scores as Cameron Norrie takes on Tommy Paul and Novak Djokovic after losing Heather Watson


Wimbledon 2022 LIVE: Scores and scores as Cameron Norrie takes on Tommy Paul and Novak Djokovic after losing Heather Watson

Digitally erased daily overview from the 2022 Wimbledon Championships

Novak Djokovic is looking to continue his march towards the Wimbledon final as the Serb is eyeing a seventh crown at SW19 and a fourth straight title when he meets Tim Van Rijthoven for a place in the last eight.

It follows the drama of Nick Kyrgios beating fourth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas in four thrilling sets, with the Australian predictably suffering a mid-game collapse in a heated contest, while Djokovic may have been more interested in the form of Rafael Nadal, who Bester returned to him in straight sets wins against Lorenzo Sonego.

Also in action today are British hopefuls Cameron Norrie and Heather Watson, while Ons Jabeur are now favorites to take the women’s title after Iga Swiatek’s shock elimination to Alize Cornet, who stunned the world No. 1 and ended her winning streak at 37.

There’s also a tasty match on Center Court in the future of men’s football featuring Italy’s Jannik Sinner, 20, and battling Spanish sensation Carlos Alcaraz, 19, and both men are keen to book their first-ever quarter-finals at Wimbledon.

Follow all the action from day seven including live updates and results from the All England Club


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 5-3 Tommy Paul

Norrie comes through another service game after answering the Paul question at 30-30 with the drop shot and then cornering with the forehand.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 5:03 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 4-2 Tommy Paul

Court One loves this performance by Norrie! Excellent movement from the Brit to win the point of the game as he caught a drop shot from Paul and won a dramatic exchange of blows by finding the baseline with the lob.

Paul fights his way back to the tackle, but Norrie fires the beautiful forehand winner down the line. But still can’t hold the ball and Paul goes in the net to thwart the volley.

Norrie has to save two break points with the backhand cross – the sixth he’s saved in the game so far. Paul goes wild with the forehand from the baseline and Norrie claims the hold after nine minutes!

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:54 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 2-1 Tommy Paul – Norrie breaks!

So clean hitting from Norrie on the forehand side! Paul has no answers as he faces two break points on his serve. Paul scores twice and the ninth-seeded player makes an important step forward in his quest for the Quarters.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:39 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Jannik Sinner 6: 1 Carlos Alcaraz

Quite a lot on Center Court as Jannik Sinner races to the opening set against Carlos Alcaraz in the battle between the two young stars vying for the quarter-finals. Sinner is certainly capable of causing an upset, but I don’t think anyone expected the Italian to leap 6-1 in the opener.

Alcaraz flashes the magnificent winner down the line, but a long forehand ensues and Sinner wraps it up with a huge ace.

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Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:35 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 6-4 Tommy Paul

Well done Cameron Norrie! He makes his way by winning the opponent’s set 6-4, surviving and taking some of the American’s test questions on his service game.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:24 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Cameron Norrie 4-3 Tommy Paul

Cameron Norrie has settled well into the first match of the fourth round of his Grand Slam career as he breaks Tommy Paul in the opening set.

The Briton has a real chance of reaching the semifinals and was really impressive when he beat Steve Johnson in the previous round.

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Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:13 p.m


Watson played Wimbledon quarterfinals against Niemeier

Heather Watson was unable to continue the party on Center Court after her unexpected run at Wimbledon was stopped by Germany’s Jule Niemeier just before the quarter-finals. There would be no heartbreaking ending this time and while Watson will regret the missed opportunity for an open tournament draw, 23-year-old Niemeier proved she’s on a different level and more than earned her place in the last eight.

Watson overcame the trauma of a string of previous Wimbledon defeats by reaching the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the first time in 43 attempts, but Niemeier had no such history to speak of and swung freely when she got the chance her Wimbledon seized debut. Niemeier, world No. 97, had upset second-seeded Annet Kontaveit early in the tournament and will face another German, Tatjana Maria, for a spot in the semifinals.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 4:06 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Watson 2: 6 4: 6 Niemeier – game, set and win!

Niemeier attacks the Watson backhand with that powerful forehand, and the Brit scores on the third match point.

Her Wimbledon run is cut short in the fourth round but what a journey it’s been. A big victory for Niemeier, however, who is in the quarterfinals in only her second Grand Slam appearance.

“I just wanted to apologize,” she says. “I was nervous but as soon as I stepped onto the pitch I felt confident.”

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 3:42 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Watson 2: 6 4: 5 Niemeier*

Watson passes Niemeier at net to get back to 30-30! The audience at Center Court loves that.

But no! A cut forehand goes into the net from Watson.

Match point Niemeier – and the German flashes on the forehand all along the line, while Watson survives the long rally!

But again Watson fails on the return! The forehand is going long, I think a string breaks and Watson grabs a new racquet.

Second match point. Neimeier’s serve is big, but Watson can bounce it back and then win the point with the backhand lob!

Another great point from both players. Watson follows him into the net but the backhand volley goes wide!

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 3:42 p.m


Wimbledon 2022: Watson 2: 6 4: 5 Niemeier*

Niemeier holds from 0-30 in another emphatic show of force. A lovely whipped forehand winner from the Germans puts Watson under the immediate pressure, but she can hold out to at least ask the question of the 23-year-old, who is one game away from the quarters.

Jamie BraidwoodJuly 3, 2022 3:36 p.m

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