Italian tennis player Jannik Sinner qualified for the quarterfinals of Wimbledon by defeating Daniel Galan 3:0 because he won 3:0 (7:6, 6:4, 6:3).
Galan offered excellent resistance to the Italian, in the second set he had a break advantage, but Sinner turned it around and eventually won routinely in the third set.
The match was also marked by Siner’s argument with referee Marijana Veljovic.
She overturned one of the linesman’s decisions, as she felt that Sinner sent the ball out. However, a challenge followed that proved the linesman was right, but the point had to be retaken.
This angered Siner and because of that he got into a two-minute argument with the Serbian judge.
Sinner’s rival in the quarterfinals is the 92nd tennis player in the world, Russian Roman Safiulin, who defeated Denis Shapovalov 3:1.