Wimbledon 2022 Live: Cancer survivor Ryan Penston in court against Djokovic, Radukano, Murray

Wimbledon 2022 Live: Cancer survivor Ryan Penston in court against Djokovic, Radukano, Murray

Wimbledon 2022 Live: Cancer survivor Ryan Penston in court against Djokovic, Radukano, Murray

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Wimbledon enters the title spot at the All England Club on the third day with Emma Radukano, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, after a dramatic defeat to Serena Williams last night.

Today’s game order is looking back at the Radocons after the start of the center court and looking to pass Caroline Garcia, although the mother will be third in the center with the possibility of a late drama against big serve John Asner. The home preferences start after Djokovic started against 26-year-old Tunisian Kokinakis of Australia.

Cameron Norie (vs. Jim Minar), Heather Watson (vs. Kiang Wang) and Harriet Dart (vs. Rebecca Masarova) will keep moving from the first two impressive days for the British players in SW19, as is Ryan Penston, 26. A one-year starter who won his first Grand Slam in the first round. He first faces veteran American Steve Johnson in Court 3.

Elsewhere, exciting Spanish teenagers Carlos Alcaraz (vs. Talon Greekspor) and Women’s World No. 2 Anne Jabier (vs. Katarzyna Cava) are heading to Court 2 and House 3 this afternoon, respectively, while the Wimbledon champions Angelique Kerber and Garbine Muguroza are also in House 2.

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Wimbledon 2022, third day

Meanwhile, Yugo Humbert has a few days, it seems:

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:55


Wimbledon 2022: Ryan Penston 1-1 * Steve Johnson

Penniston struggles with his serve at the start and Johnson attacks the second serve to create a few break chances, but Britain gathers themselves and fights for Davis, before winning two quick points to keep the service. It was a pivotal moment in the start of the game.

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:54


Wimbledon 2022: Ryan Penston * 0-1 Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson serves first and wins the game fairly fast to finish the 30th Pinston game with a dumped return in the net. Hopefully his nerves are broken and healed soon.

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:49


Ryan Penston vs Steve Johnson

Ryan Penston and Steve Johnson are finally out of the court heat for the biggest match of Britain’s 26-year-old career.

Ryan Penston of the United Kingdom appeared in the Third Court


Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:42


The rain delay begins at Wimbledon

Penston is facing a tough task against 32-year-old American Steve Johnson who has built a strong, low-value career at the top and was ranked 21st in the world in 2016.

Johnson loves grass and his best Grand Slam singles performance came at Wimbledon in 2016, reaching the fourth round. He also has two ATP 250 titles in the grass.

Steve Johnson, pictured, defeated Gregor Dimitrov in the first round

(Getty Images)

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:28


The rain delay begins at Wimbledon

The game is now adjourned until at least 12:30 p.m.

The ceilings are in the center and court 1, while surface inspection is underway in court 3. Nerves will fight for Ryan Penston, who is waiting for his second Grand Slam match.

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:20


Ryan Penston’s remarkable story

First on Court 3, when the game finally starts, is Ryan Penston, who has an unusual story.

He said having cancer as a child was a “secret blessing” for him to “harden as an athlete” after winning his first singles game at Wimbledon.

The 26-year-old Wildcard was cheered on by his parents, Paul and Penny, loudly by the side of a full court to witness his victory over Henry Laxman of Switzerland.

At one year of age, Peniston was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a tumor near his stomach, which required surgery and chemotherapy before regular examinations.

The Essex-born player has already attributed his late rise in tennis to struggling with it as a teenager, as he grew up “a foot smaller than all my friends”.

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:16


The rain delay begins at Wimbledon

Here are some photos of a rainy morning on SW19:

Novak Djokovic warmed up in the practice courts


People are sitting under umbrellas as the rain delays the onset


The water is cleared from the outer courts on the third day


A bird crawls along the grass


Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 12:04


The rain delay begins at Wimbledon

The game will now be postponed until 12.15pm after a series of mini-rains drowned Wimbledon and most of the courts were gutted as their covers were removed after the heavy rain ended around 11am.

Placing myself in the third court this morning, where there is no shelter from the rain, was a big mistake.

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 11:56


Arrangement of the game at Wimbledon today

And some of the main practices in foreign courts:

  • Anhelina Kalinina vs Lisia Tsurinko (29)
  • Tommy Powell vs Adrian Manarino (30)
  • Pana Edwardi vs Alice Martinez (24)
  • Tim van Rijtwin vs Riley Opelka (15)
  • David Goffin vs Sebastian Bayez (31)
  • Alexander Boblak vs Dosen Lajovic
  • Diane Perry vs My Hontama
  • Lucy Hradica and Sania Mirza (6) vs. Magdalena Freich and Beatriz Haddad Maya
  • Alejandro Tabelo vs Mayumir Kikmanovich (25)
  • Mari Bozkova vs Ann Lee
  • Elizabeth Coccrito vs Arena – Camellia Bego
  • Jimmy Murray and Bruno Suarez (9) vs. Benjamin Bonzi and Arthur Renderchench
  • Judy Anna Borge and Aiden Silva vs. Arian Horton and Demi Schwartz
  • Oscar Ott (32) vs. Christian Harrison
  • Nicolas Basilashvili (22) vs. Quentin Hillis
  • Sarah Gary and Yuriko Miyazaki against Asia Mohammed and Anna Shibhara (5)
  • Shuai Zhang (33) against Marta Kostyuk
  • Jerry Wesley vs Alejandro Davidovich Fukina
  • Dilma Golfi vs Kaja Jovan
  • Jazz Bedini vs Sun Woo Cuen vs Thanasi Cocainakis vs. Nick Kergios (10)
  • Francis Thiago (23) against Maximilian Martyr
  • Tatjana Maria vs Surana Kristia (26)
  • Maja Cholenska vs Allison Riski (28)
  • Rajiv Ram and Joe Salisbury (1) vs. Daniel Altmeyer and Carlos Taberner

Lawrence Ostler29 June 2022 11:46

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