Kyrgios Queen's quest ends, Wimbledon next

Kyle Edmund Queen's Club hopes were dashed by Nick Kyrgios

Kyle Edmund Queen's Club hopes were dashed by Nick Kyrgios

Djokovic, who partnered Wawrinka in doubles at the Fever-Tree Championships, says he will be watching tonight's World Cup E Group match between Serbia and Switzerland-and anticipates some private texting and public social media sparring with Swiss stars Federer and Wawrinka.

The 31-year-old will play France's Jeremy Chardy or American youngster Frances Tiafoe in the last four as he bids for his second Queen's final appearance.

"I will play as long as I feel like playing and as long as I have support from up there and from down here".

Cilic powered into his fourth Queen's Club final with the win. "I have to keep my expectation very low, considering my results in the last 12 months".

"I was just trying to stay mentally in it".

Djokovic stepped up his Wimbledon preparations by sweeping into the Queen's Club quarter-finals with a 6-4, 6-1 demolition of Grigor Dimitrov on Thursday.

In truth, though, it was hard to see him being too troubled by the 26-ranked Adrian Mannarino, even though the Frenchman was close to his career-high ranking and had a game suited to grass-not a powerful game, but with touch, variety, spin and more. I don't like to put any numbers on how long and when it's going to end. I mean, he played Querrey today and looked really, really good.

Luis Suarez scores victor as Uruguay and Russian Federation advance
If the team starts clicking up front with Suarez and Edinson Cavani, watch out. Talking of the first game, though, Saudi Arabia were pure mince.

Novak Djokovic advanced to his first ATP tour final in nearly a year by defeating Jeremy Chardy 7-6 (5), 6-4 at Queen's Club on Saturday.

"I can't remember a specific time when I've served at this level back to back", Kyrgios told reporters.

Cilic won six points in a row to force a third set.

"Obviously disappointed not to be able to win it, because this was, you know, a big occasion for me playing finals against Cilic, who is obviously one of the best players in the world", three-times Wimbledon champion Djokovic said.

Djokovic saved the first but Cilic quickly earned a second with the shot of the match, a dipping forehand passing shot up the line, and Djokovic then wilted with a tame backhand into the net.

Rybarikova twice broke the Kvitova serve in the opening set and looked a strong candidate to claim the fifth WTA tour title of her career. "If he serves well and he's physically feeling good, for sure", said the Australian, who could not cope with Cilic's precision.

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