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Tokyo Olympics Tennis Day 7: Results and Analysis

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Tokyo Olympics 2020

Tennis here in Tokyo Olympics is coming to a conclusion and we are witnessing some action-packed matches. Day 7 here at Ariake Tennis Park was worth enjoying it. 

Big names like Novak, Zverev were all seen in action today for a place in the final of the Tokyo Olympics.

We bring you the results and analysis post matchday 7. Who claimed the golden glory? Let us find out.

Also read: Tokyo Olympics 2020 Day 6: Results and Analysis.

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Men’s Singles and Doubles at Tokyo Olympics.

We start our round with the first semifinal that took place between Russia’s Karen Khachanov and Spain’s Pablo Busta Carreno. 12th seed Khachanov emerged victorious over the 6th seed Spanish player defeating him with a scoreline of 6-3, 6-3. With this, he has booked his spot into the finals and has ensured himself of gold or a silver medal.

In another semifinal that happened, Novak Djokovic took on Alexander Zverev. The German stunned the Serbian winning in an epic encounter. World no. 4 player won with a scoreline 6-1, 3-6, 1-6. With this defeat, Novak’s dream of a gold grand slam has been shattered. 

In the doubles section, the first match that took place was for a bronze medal. New Zealand’s duo of Daniell Marcus and Michael Venus took on USA’s Krajicek/Sandgren. The New Zealand duo came out on top defeating the American duo 7-6, 6-2, and earn a spot on the podium.

For the title-winning match, the Croatian duo of Mektic/Pavic emerged victorious over their fellow countrymen. They defeated the duo of Marin Cilic and Ivan Dodig with a scoreline of 6-4, 3-6, [10-6]. The match was a pure joy to watch. 

 

Results: Check Day 7 complete results.

Mixed doubles Semi-finals

In an epic encounter between the Russian duo of Pavlyuchenkova/Rublev overcame their Australian opponent, Barty/Peers. In a mouth-watering semifinal, the 4th seeded players won against their Australian counterparts by 5-7, 6-4, [13-11]. With this victory, they have booked a spot into the finals of the Tokyo Olympics 2020.