Updated 01:28 AM EDT, Mon, Jun 01, 2020

Wimbledon 2014 TV Schedule Dates, Livestream & Results: Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova & Serena Williams Out

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Wimbledon was filled with upsets on Tuesday as star players like Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams will not be pushing through to the next round of the tournament.

Nadal suffered a devastating loss against 19-year-old Nick Kyrgios, who according to Yahoo Sports, can become a "future star."

The 144th ranked Kyrgios, who hails from Australia, had a total of 37 aces in the 7-6 (5), 5-7, 7-6 (5), 6-3 game that sealed his victory over the Spanish tennis star.

''I was in a bit of a zone out there,'' said Kyrgios in an interview with AP Sports. He added that he had to believe that he can win the match from the very start to attract positivity and claim victory.

Nadal kept the record of losing the first set of his previous fights and coming back to win but on Tuesday the steady player in Kyrgios outplayed him.

''Kyrgios is young; he has nothing to lose. It's like when Boris Becker won here. He was 17 and had a very good serve. He could beat everyone because of his serve. It's the same with Kyrgios. He plays aggressively and without any doubts,'' said Nadal's coach and uncle, Toni, in an interview with AP Sports.

When interviewed after the game, Nadal wad quoted as saying ''The thing is, (on) this surface, when you have an opponent that decides to serve and to hit every ball very strong, you are in trouble."

Sharapova, on the other hand, was defeated by Angelique Kerber, who edged the Russian player with a 7-6 (4), 4-6, 6-4 win. According to AP Sports, Sharapova made 49 unforced errors all throughout the game.

''I felt like I worked too hard within the match to let it go the easy way. So I did everything I could in the end to try to save those. I did, but I didn't save the last one,'' Sharapova told AP Sports.

The younger Wiliams struggled on the court as she played with elder sister Venus for the doubles match. Serena told ABC News that she was "heartbroken" to leave the game because of a "bug" she was suffering from.

It was reported by ABC News that the 32-year-old player was forced to exit the game because she can't seem to bounce, catch and serve the ball.

The player released a statement after the unfinished game saying "I am heartbroken I'm not able to continue in the tournament. I thought I could rally this morning, because I really wanted to compete, but this bug just got the best of me. I want to thank my sister, Kristina, Stefanie, and our teams for their support. We were all looking forward to a great match." 

For Day 6, here is the schedule of matches and television schedules from Wimbledon.com:

2014 Wimbledon: Day 9 Schedule
Men's Side        
Player 1   Player 2 Court Predicted Winner
Andy Murray vs. Grigor Dimitrov Centre Murray
Roger Federer vs. Stan Wawrinka Centre Federer
Novak Djokovic vs. Marin Cilic No. 1 Djokovic
Nick Kyrgios vs. Milos Raonic No. 1 Raonic
Women's Side        
Player 1   Player 2 Court Predicted Winner
Simona Halep vs. Sabine Lisicki Centre Halep
Angelique Kerber vs. Eugenie Bouchard No. 1 Bouchard

Day 9 Schedule and Viewing Information
Date Time (ET) Watch
July 2 8 a.m.-3 p.m. ESPN
July 2 8 a.m.-4 p.m. ESPN2

Live streaming of all the matches for Day 6 is available on ESPN.

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