08.07.2019 - 09:00 Uhr
Am siebten Tag des traditionsreichen Tennisturniers in Wimbledon werden die ersten Fahrscheine fürs Viertelfinale vergeben.Bei den Herren ist Novak Djokovic im Einsatz, bei den Damen sind mit Karolina Pliskova und Simona Halep die Plätze zwei und drei der Weltrangliste vertreten.Halep gegen Wunderkind Gauff In ihrem Achtelfinal-Duell bekommt es die Weltranglisten-Dritte Halep mit US-Wunderkind Cori Gauff zu tun. Die 15-Jährige hatte bereits in der ersten Runde die ehemalige Weltranglisten-Erste Venus Williams aus dem Verkehr gezogen. Spätestens nach ihrem Comeback-Erfolg gegen die Slowenin Polona Hercog ist Gauff in aller Munde.Die Zweite der Tennis-Damenwelt, Karolina Pliskova, spielt gegen ihre Landsfrau Karolina Muchova. Im Sechzehntelfinale hatte sich Pliskova zuvor gegen die Taiwanesin Su-Wei Hsieh in drei Sätzen durchgesetzt. (SERVICE: WTA-Weltrangliste im SPORT1-Datencenter)Djokovic gegen Humbert gefordertNachdem Superstar Novak Djokovic aufgrund seiner Haltung zum wegen Körperverletzung angeklagten Ex-Profi Justin Gimelstob in Kritik geraten war, versucht der Serbe nun wieder positive Schlagzeilen zu schreiben. Im Achtelfinale trifft er nun auf den 21-jährigen Franzosen Ugo Humbert. (SERVICE: ATP-Weltrangliste im SPORT1-Datencenter)Die Top-Spiele am Montag in WimbledonCentre Court ab 14 Uhr:Spiel 1: Joao Sousa - Rafael Nadal im LIVETICKERSpiel 2: Johanna Konta - Petra Kvitova im LIVETICKERSpiel 3: Matteo Berrettini - Roger Federer im LIVETICKERCourt 1 ab 14 Uhr: Spiel 1: Serena Williams - Carla Suárez-Navarro im LIVETICKERSpiel 2: Simona Halep - Cori Gauff im LIVETICKERSpiel 3: Novak Djokovic - Ugo Humbert im LIVETICKERCourt 2 ab 12 Uhr:Spiel 1: Ashleigh Barty - Alison Riske im LIVETICKERSpiel 2: Karolina Muchova - Karolina Pliskova im LIVETICKERSpiel 3: Kei Nishikori - Michail Kukushkin im LIVETICKER



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Leander Paes has enjoyed success on the ATP Tour for more than two decades. According to some of the world's best doubles players, one of the major reasons why is his world-class feel."He has the best touch I’ve ever seen in my life," said World No. 8 Filip Polasek.Feel is a major weapon on the doubles court. The players who excel in that area of the game are able to escape bad positions mid-point and turn the rally in their favour. For years, players have put Paes in tough spots at net. Where many players would struggle to put a volley back into play, the Indian legend has managed to hit incredible reflex volleys and surprise opponents with stunning drop volleys.Which other doubles players have sensational feel? In this edition of ATPTour.com's 'Ultimate Doubles Player' series, doubles stars share their opinion and explain their choice.Leander Paes“He’s been a benchmark in doubles for a long time... When he was in his prime, he was an amazing athlete. His hands and reactions were cat-like. It didn’t really matter if you nailed the ball at him, he would still just do what he wanted up there.” - Robert Lindstedt“He has very good touch and feel. You can see how many volleys he hits short, cross, short. It doesn’t matter when he’s at the net. He has such feel in the hands. That’s why he was of course one of the best doubles players.” - Marcelo Melo“It’s amazing what these guys can do with their hands. You have a feeling you may have an advantage in a situation, but all of a sudden they come up with a shot you’re not really expecting and they produce it very well. They are always making points with it and doing it again and again. Sometimes it gets hard to accept how they make some great volleys and put you in tough positions.” - Filip PolasekPurav Raja“He’s a great player at the net. You can hit it as hard as you want at him and he’s somehow able to take all the pace off of it and deaden the ball. He can hit drop shots on balls that nobody else can, especially [using] angles from the net. He’s just a tough guy when he gets up close.” - Rajeev Ram“Purav Raja’s got unbelievable hands. When he’s at the net you hit a hard shot at him and he just hits a drop shot on everything. He’s the only player who does that.” - Joe SalisburyMarcelo Melo“When it comes to being able to reflex the tennis ball and have good feel for where the ball is going to be at any given time, someone who we always have to plan for is Marcelo Melo... He’s also got very fast hands, so you have to be sure that when you’re finishing through him, you’re quite accurate with your finish. If you combine his reach with his speed, it’s frustrating how often the ball comes back when he’s up there at net. He’s found a way to win points that the rest of us don’t win as often.” - Raven KlaasenJuan Sebastian Cabal“He’s very good with his hands around the net. He can flick lobs from the back. He can hit little dinks, little touches around you, and he has extremely quick hands. He’s very good on all surfaces. You would think he’s good on clay courts, hard courts. He won Wimbledon last year with Robert Farah, showing he’s an all-court player. His feel to me is off the charts.” - Neal SkupskiJean-Julien Rojer“He’s a very crafty player. Someone who doesn’t use power necessarily because he’s got the ability to create angles that many others don’t have and he uses the full range of the court. I think he’s another player who’s very good under pressure, someone who’s been at the top of the game for a long time. He’s someone who when you play against him, you try to avoid getting into those small battles around the net, because he does have that ability to make you go the wrong way and he can put the ball over you, around you, and if he wants to, through you.” - Ken SkupskiRajeev Ram“He’s got good feel, very soft hands. He spends a lot of time with the ball and is always very composed when hitting his shots.” - Jamie MurrayNicolas Mahut“He has the best feel around the net, especially on his backhand volley. It’s very touchy and whenever he needs to play short balls, he’s very good at it.” - Jurgen Melzer