By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Monday, July 4, 2022
The quarterfinals are set at the Championships! Let’s have a quick glance at the matchups on the men’s side:
 Novak Djokovic v  Jannik Sinner
Head-to-Head: Djokovic d. Sinner 6-4, 6-2, round 2, Monte-Carlo, 2021
Key Stat: Djokovic has won his last 25 matches at Wimbledon. The six-time champion has won three titles in succession at Wimbledon and he owns a 83-10 lifetime record at SW19.
Key stat No.2: Sinner is the youngest player remaining in the draw and the youngest Wimbledon quarterfinalist on the men’s side since Nick Kyrgios in 2014.
David Goffin v  Cameron Norrie
Head-to-Head: Norrie d. Goffin, 6-0, 3-5 RET, round three, 2021 Barcelona
Key Stat: Goffin has reached the quarterfinals on his last two appearances at Wimbledon. He is 16-7 lifetime at SW19.
Key Stat No.2: Norrie has won 39 percent of his return games at Wimbledon, which leads all quarterfinalists.
Cristian Garin v Nick Kyrgios
Head-to-Head: First meeting
Key Stat: Kyrgios has fired 103 aces and held serve in 80 of 85 service games at Wimbledon, leading all quarterfinalists.
Key Stat No.2: Garin saved two match points in his five-set victory over Alex de Minaur in the second round.
 Rafael Nadal v  Taylor Fritz
Head-to-Head: Tied 1-1
Key Stat: Nadal has won 18 consecutive matches at the Grand Slams in 2022. He is into his 47th Grand Slam quarterfinal (third all-time among the men) while Fritz is into his first.
Key Stat No.2: Fritz defeated Nadal at Indian Wells for the biggest title of his career.
Men’s Quarterfinals, By the Numbers:
3 – Unseeded players to reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals, with 58th-ranked Goffin the lowest-ranked.
2 – Top-10 players remaining in the draw: Djokovic and Nadal.
3 – First-time Grand Slam quarterfinalists in the draw: Norrie, Garin and Fritz
52 – percent of unreturned serves struck by Fritz during Wimbledon. The American leads all quarterfinalists in that category.
63 – Sinner has won 63 percent of his second-serve points during the tournament, while Djokovic has won 62 percent of his second-serve return points.
2 – Former Wimbledon champions remaining in the draw: Djokovic (6), Nadal (2).