Lloyd Harris loses doubles match at Wimbledon

South Africa’s Lloyd Harris and his American doubles partner Robert Galloway lost a tight Round of 16 Wimbledon match to Spain’s Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos of Argentina on Tuesday.

Granollers and Zeballos prevailed 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (8-6).

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After the match, Capetonian Harris described how the match went, speaking to The South African website’s Dave Marshall.

“A very tough one. It was a good match. A very high level. Both of us teams played very well.”

Harris, 26, felt the match could have gone either way.

“We hit some really good returns. We just needed to be a little bit more clinical on one or two points.”

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Lloyd Harris looking forward to US swing

Harris is not 100% sure of his exact plans following Wimbledon.

“I’ll go the States after a reset in Dubai. It’s not clear where in the States exactly, apart from the US Open.

“Before I go the States I’ll take care of the body, do some fitness and rehab, reset, and get ready from there.”

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Harris is very upbeat about the US swing.

“Hard courts are my best surface. I’m most comfortable on them, so I’m excited.

“The American tournaments have been the best in my career. Some great memories.

“I’m looking forward to playing over there.”

Dave Marshall is covering this year’s Wimbledon exclusively for The South African website

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