Once the post-match frustration has dissipated, Djokovic can feel more than satisfied with his four wins at the Fever-Tree Championships, including a 6-4, 6-1 thrashing of second seed Grigor Dimitrov that represented his first victory over a top-five opponent in nearly 18 months.
In what has been a hard season following injury, Djokovic is bidding for his first title this week and has looked closer to his best than at many times in the past year.
The BBC, who were televising the semifinal match between Kyrgios and Marin Cilic, apologised for that was seen.
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Tabarez has now tried out two different pairs of wide midfielders in the two games and still has a question to answer. The South Americans broke the deadlock on 22 minutes through Suarez, who guided the ball home from a corner kick.
A rampant Djokovic conceded just one point on his first serve during the second set and looked favourite to close out the contest and claim a first title for 12 months.
Kyrgios lost the match 7-6 7-6 to Cilic, who goes on to face Novak Djokovic in the tournament final. "I definitely feel relieved that I won it and what a great week". But over the years, I have been forced to learn how to play on it, and winning Wimbledon several times just built that confidence of being on the grass, and I love it now.
Cilic booked his place in a second successive Queen's Club final by edging Nick Kyrgios 7-6 (3), 7-6 (4). And as soon as Dimitrov showed any weakness, two double faults when serving to save the set, Djokovic pounced. But the second set was even better.
A high-level semi-final full of thundering serves boiled down to two tiebreaks in which the ice-cool Cilic proved the more composed player to set up a Sunday showdown with former world number one Novak Djokovic.
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Xhaka curled the ball through traffic to tie the game at 1-1, and Ivanovic suddenly became a very unpopular man on social media. Xhaka, whose 52rd-minute piledriver set up the Swiss comeback, also made the "double eagle" gesture after his goal.
But after dropping a tight opening set, Kvitova turned on the style to record a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 victory in just over two hours. "I was more kind of like chipping and trying to get it back in play, but it wasn't enough". He didn't give him a break point chance, and broke twice.
"Nick is serving so good and it was tough to get a look on the service returns".
But Djokovic found his rhythm and converted his 6th break point to level at 4-4.
But crucially, Cilic saved a match point at 4-5 in the second set, with a thunderous service victor setting the stage for a thrilling tie-break.
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