Up next for Hewitt: Federer
WIMBLEDON, England Feliciano Lopez looked like a man whose ego was bruised and whose body was weakened. He hadn't lost a set in his previous three matches and yet Lleyton Hewitt disposed of him Wednesday in the men's quarterfinals as if it were as simple as flushing the handle on a brand new toilet.
After the match, Lopez's words were soft, his shoulders slumped and he openly admitted he had no idea Hewitt had that sort of game. But he also sent a warning to anyone drawing the conclusion ...
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