Novak Djokovic has lamented more 'unfair' treatment at Wimbledon

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Many Serbians of Krajina (a region in Croatia where Serbs were once the majority) supported his message, backing the country that made them leave.' Meanwhile, at Wimbledon, the three-time former champion reached the quarter-finals where he was to play Kei Nishikori.

The Spaniard finished with 67 winners to 34 unforced errors as he displayed his credentials as he bids to lift a third singles title at the All England Club.

Novak Djokovic believes he is "pretty close" to regaining the level that saw him rule men's tennis after he booked a first Grand Slam semi-final appearance in nearly two years. I don't know how you would break him and that's why it's exciting he is back in the mix. "I hope I can get a chance to fight for a trophy". Nishikori, who had won only two matches in 15 meetings with the 12-time major victor, broke for 1-0 in the fourth but was broken straight back.

It will be Djokovic's first semifinal Wimbledon appearance since 2015. Find us on Facebook too! Kei did the same in the fourth set but wasn't warned.

Djokovic rallied to hold and only lost two more games from that point onward as he advanced to his first Grand Slam semi-final since the 2016 US Open.

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"Only in the second part of the clay-court season that arrived and continued to give [me] good tennis [performances]".

With South African Kevin Anderson taking nearly 3-1/2 hours to tame French showman Gael Monfils in a four-set thriller in the previous match, Djokovic was left with about two hours of daylight to complete his match against Karen Khachanov if wanted to avoid coming back on Tuesday again.

Nishikori initially stayed with his opponent and hit back in another superb game, but a wild backhand late on handed Djokovic the first set.

"It motivates me to do extremely well here because I don't want to sit here and explain my loss".

Defending champion Roger Federer has been knocked out of Wimbledon after wasting a match point during a 2-6, 6-7 (5), 7-5, 6-4, 13-11 defeat to Kevin Anderson of South Africa on Wednesday.

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"It doesn't get any bigger than Wimbledon, so hopefully I can keep on going".

After coming through his test, Djokovic said: "If I have to compare the game that I've played, the level of tennis that I've had in those years and today, I think it's pretty close".

"Now is the moment to enjoy but start to recover, it was a tough physical battle", Nadal said.

"I think the first warning was unnecessary", said Djokovic, who was sanctioned in the second set for spearing his racquet into the court.

"It feels great to be in the last four. I feel like I'm peaking at the right time".

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