Gulbis, a former World No. 10 who famously defeated Roger Federer on his way to the French Open semifinals in 2014, will be playing in the last 16 at Wimbledon for the first time at the 11th attempt. He said: "I'm proud of qualifying here, of winning three five set matches, and this match in particular because I was two sets down".
Encouraging though it is to see the 21-year-old's mental strength, it's impossible to ignore the fact Zverev has shown in recent times he could do with being more efficient, using up more energy in the second round.
It was Zverev's second five-set match in a row and he came down with an illness on Friday.
Ernests Gulbis of Latvia uses a towel filled with ice during the men's singles match against Alexander Zverev of Germany on the sixth day at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, Saturday July 7, 2018. "I was extremely negative yesterday and just needed to come out with a very different state of mind and different approach today to have a better chance than I had yesterday".
"This is only my second serious tournament back", said Williams, who is returning from a maternity leave. "And I actually thought I didn't play that bad - I just started to feel very exhausted". "I was seeing the ball much better".
After splitting the first two sets Gulbis served for the third at 5-3. I felt my mind go, you know, and move on.
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Fellow goalscorer Alli said the result was a "great achievement for the team " but said it was not his "best performance". In the second half England goal keeper Jordan Pickford saved the day with stunning defense.
Despite a string of wins on the ATP tour, including in Madrid and Munich this year, his form at the French Open and having reached the fourth round of Wimbledon last year, this latest defeat would seem to be a major setback. "I'm very calm. I try to find ways to win".
"For me, we played in darkness for one and a half hours".
The mercurial Frenchman beat last year's semi-finalist 5-7 6-4 6-4 6-2 on Centre Court. Raonic, the No. 13 seed from Thornhill, Ont., led 6-5 in the third set when play resumed.
'I think that he's a future Grand Slam victor.
Russian qualifier Evgeniya Rodina outplayed an erratic Madison Keys in a 7-5 5-7 6-4 victory to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the first time in her career.
The world No 44 from France will next meet another big server in Kevin Anderson, who overcame Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-3 7-5 7-5.