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Kyrgios retires after two sets, sending Felix Auger-Aliassime through to Wimbledon’s second week

Nick Kyrgios’ is out of the singles draw at Wimbledon. The Aussie was forced to retire due to an injury after two sets, sending Canada’s Felix Auger-Aliassime through.

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  • What happened: Nick Kyrgios was forced to retire after two sets, sending Felix Auger-Aliassime through to his first appearance in Wimbledon’s second week, 2-6, 6-1 RET.
  • Oh, Canada! For the first time in Wimbledon’s Open Era history, multiple Canadian men have reached the second week at Wimbledon. Auger-Aliassime joins Denis Shapovalov in the round of 16.
  • Next opponent: Auger-Aliassime moves through to the second week, where he will face either Taylor Fritz or Alexander Zverev.
  • To follow the matches live, see the men’s and women’s draws, we recommend that you visit the official tournament website.
  • Follow all our Wimbledon news here.


  • Seeds who have won on Saturday : Matteo Berrettini (7), Hubert Hurkacz (14), Felix Auger-Aliassime (16), Alexander Zverev (4), Lorenzo Sonego (23)
  • Seeds who play on Saturday: Roger Federer (6) vs Cameron Norrie (29), Marin Cilic (32) vs Daniil Medvedev (2)
  • Seeds who lost on Saturday : Taylor Fritz (31)
  • To follow all the news of Wimbledon, visit this page
  • To follow the matches live, see the men’s and women’s draws, we recommend that you visit the official tournament website.
  • Friday’s schedule at Wimbledon is available here
  • And everything you need to know about the tournament (practical information, tickets, etc.) is available in this article.
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