Queen’s Club Championships 2018: Day 9 – Highlights

 

Men’s Tennis Highlights

Single’s: Marin Cilic vs Novak Djokovic

Result: Marin Cilic defeated Novak Djokovic in Queen’s Club Championships 2018 final by 7-6(3), 7-6(4).

Highlights:

Queen's Club Championships 2018

  • An absolute and outstanding performance was witnessed today between Marin Cilic and Novak Djokovic in the three sets.

  • The 31-year old Serbian, Novak Djokovic opened the scoring of the first set.
  • However, Marin Cilic was also scoring points at a very fast pace.
  • After a very tough battle between the two, the score was levelled at 5-5.

  • At last, Novak Djokovic claimed the victory in the first set when Marin Cilic failed to score the last point on his serve.
  • The next started after a short break and Novak Djokovic again took the lead in this set.

  • However, both the players played at their peak in this set as it eventually came to a tie-break.
  • Novak was playing well in the tie-break but he lost the last two points on his serve and finally lost the second set.

  • Now it was all down to the third set for both the players. Marin Cilic took the lead and was extending it at a very swift pace.

  • In the end, Novak Djokovic lost some points on the serve and finally it was Marin Cilic who claimed the title of Queen’s Club Championships 2018.

Double’s: Henri Kontinen and John Peers vs Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray

Result: Henri Kontinen and John Peers defeated Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray in Queen’s Club Championships 2018 by 6-4, 6-3.

Highlights:

Queen's Club Championships 2018

  • Henri Kontinen and John Peers opened the scoring of the first set with a brilliant ace.

  • On the other hand, Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray were also playing confidently.
  • But in the end, Henri Kontinen and John Peers managed to win the first set as Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray lost the last point on their serve.

  • The next set started and again Henri Kontinen and John Peers opened the scoring of this set.

  • They were extending it at a very fast rate but Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray didn’t lose hope and started gaining points.
  • However, Bruno and Jamie lost some points on the serve which costed them the set.

  • They were the defending champions of this title and eventually they lost it to Henri Kontinen and John Peers.

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