Roger Federer out of Wimbledon after five-set loss to Kevin Anderson

Novak Djokovic speaks out on narrowly escaping Wimbledon scheduling nightmare

Djokovic dodged a bullet

Nadal, who's won two of his 17 Grand Slam titles at Wimbledon, edged 2009 U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro 7-5, 6-7 (7), 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 in a wildly entertaining match that featured diving shots by both and lasted 4 hours, 48 minutes.

Later, Ramos warned Djokovic for a time violation, but that didn't seem to faze the Serb.

Being scheduled to play last on Court One on 'Manic Monday' is something Novak Djokovic is getting rather used to - and also getting rather fed up with. "But I'm still here, so".

Djokovic's momentum continued into the second set and he raced into a 3-0 lead.

Nishikori capitalised on this lapse in concentration, putting together his finest game of the match to break and then consolidate.

"You're saying in the point if I toss my racket like this I'm ruining the court?"

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Twice he was hit with violations.

"Down two sets to love I just tried my best to keep fighting and scraped through the third and fourth set", Anderson said after the match, per Wimbledon's website.

"Anybody who saw the match, saw that literally I kind of touched the grass". Still, the 20-time major champion was leading by two sets and 5-4 in the third when, with Anderson serving, he got to Ad-Out.

"I didn't feel comfortable on the court for long time". And I asked everybody behind me out loud, "What did you hear me say?'".

Having already been critical of what he described as unfair treatment from the Wimbledon crowd during his clash with Kyle Edmund, Djokovic was less than impressed with the umpires decision. After a marathon final set, a double fault on Federer in the 23rd game was ultimately what did in the No. 1 player. He celebrated as if the match was won, and went on to break Nishikori in the next.

Djokovic incurred a warning for throwing his racket and then later complained of "double standards" when Nishikori was not punished for doing the same.

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Nishikori battled hard throughout. Like Djokovic, Nishikori does things on his own terms - he walks between points, scuffing his feet, and on receiving balls ahead of serve, if the distribution was slightly off he would not take a step left nor right to collect it.

"(Nishikori) even threw the racquet in the fourth set.

But the Argentine broke back immediately with a volley and then saved another break point at 5-5 with an ace. "I am peaking at the right moment".

"I want to use today's result as a spring from which to aim for a final place". "From the second, it got better and I just tried to stay calm and fight every game".

But by the time his semifinal starts, it will be Djokovic against the world, again.

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