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Summary

  1. Richard Gasquet (Fra) beat Nick Kyrgios (Aus) 7-5 6-1 6-7 7-6
  2. Garbine Muguruza (Spa) beat Caroline Wozniacki (Den) 6-4 6-4
  3. Gilles Simon (Fra) beat Tomas Berdych (Cze) 6-3 6-3 6-2
  4. Michael Venus (NZ) / Raluca Olaru (Rom) beat Henri Kontinen (Fin) / Jie Zheng (Chn) 6-4 6-2

Live Reporting

By Aimee Lewis, Jonathan Jurejko and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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Good night - and enjoy Wimbledon 2day

The sprinklers shower water over a dusky Centre Court, which means it's time to sweep up and clock out. It's been another

comfortable day for Andy Murray and Roger Federer, while Novak Djokovic's Wimbledon future is in the balance.

The women will take centre stage tomorrow, of course. Well, sort of. Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson will be sharing the limelight somewhat. Thanks, as always for joining us. More of the same tomorrow?

If you've not had enough of tennis, you can tune into Wimbledon 2day, which will be showing highlights for another 30 minutes, and is available in this page.

Court One order of play

Those heading for Court One tomorrow have received a Willy Wonka-style golden ticket as Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson will resume their tussle. Could the defending champion be knocked out?

Whether he does or doesn't, Garbine Muguruza and Timea Bacsinszky will follow his match, with Madison Keys and Agnieska Radwanska bringing women's quarter-finals day to an end.

Tuesday's order of play

Maria Sharapova and Coco Vandeweghe kick off the day on Centre Court and will be followed by Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka. That could be tasty.

Headlines of the day

Rain, rain, rain

Wimbledon weather
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Rain clouds will be looming threateningly over SW19 for much of tomorrow, giving us little respite from the watery drops. Those on Centre Court need not worry, but elsewhere it might be a stop-start kind of a day.

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John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

"What changed was Anderson realised he could win this match and that mindset puts the stress on you and you start to think 'can I actually win this?' Djokovic just kept on working."

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John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on Wimbledon 2Day

Novak Djokovic
AFP

"Novak Djokovic wanted to play on, but when they called it he did not seem perturbed. Very professional. Kevin Anderson is thoroughly pleased to still be in the tournament."

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Tracy Austin

Two-time US Open champion on Wimbledon 2Day

"I would have wanted to switch to Centre if I was Djokovic. Even if I was Kevin Anderson. Who would want to go home?"

To finish or not to finish...

Tracy Austin: "If I were Djokovic...even if I was Kevin Anderson i'd like to finish" John McEnroe: "No, no no." #Wimbledon2day

Fourth set stats

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Jonathan Lansansa: That's why Djokovic is world number 1 never right him off 2-0 to level it at 2-2!!!

King Welsh: Djokovic is the master of making you work. HARD TO BEAT.

James Harry: Novak is a tank true champion sure to cruise through that decider tomorrow.

John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

"Anderson came out and meant business. He had a big lead. We did not anticipate that Anderson would be so effective against the great Djokovic."

Djokovic and Anderson to resume on Court One, but rain is forecast on Tuesday and it's a court without a roof. It could be a frustrating day for the defending champion and the South African. 

If you're off to #Wimbledon early Tuesday you might want to leave with an umbrella... risk of rain to start the day. #wimbledonqueue LG

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Richard Krajicek

1996 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

"I think this is fair what they do now. It's about crowd control as well. These people have tickets for court one and you can't move crowds of people on Centre court.

"Although queuing is the British national sport, I'm sure of it."

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Jack Blackburn: Days and nights like this are why these are the two most special sporting weeks of the year.

James Routledge: Djokovic will win the 5th set comfortably! I'm saying 6-2.

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Peter Fleming

Seven-time Grand Slam doubles winner on BBC TV

"That is why it is so difficult to win a Grand Slam event. You have to win three sets off the best."

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Richard Krajicek

1996 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

"I told you he would show emotion after the fourth set.

"My money is on Novak. The way he fought back was so impressive. Anderson's arms will be sore and he's going to be thinking how Novak came back into this."

Match to resume on Tuesday

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Djokovic and Anderson pack up and leave, or Anderson disappears while Djokovic adds his signature to all sorts of merchandise. Who would get your vote in a one-set shoot-out? The big serving Anderson or the defending champion with infinite reserves of willpower?

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Boos echo around Court One. "Play some more," they scream - but the umpire tells the rowdy spectators that play will be suspended until Tuesday because of the fading light. More hissing. It's turning into a pantomime.

Game and fourth set

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Djokovic
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The net on Centre Court is being removed, which means there certainly be no play on the Big Daddy of courts this evening. Spectators chanting on Court One, their cries muffling into one so it's difficult to know who they're cheering. Two set points Djokovic and he seals it with a brilliant forehand winner. The defending champion is back in business.

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Boris Becker decked in a red tracksuit top and cream sweatpants, looking like a member of a Roger Federer fan club. Reports filtering through that they won't be moving this match to Centre Court, which means the final set will probably be played on Court One tomorrow, but we're still waiting for official confirmation. A hold to 15 for Anderson.

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Djokovic
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Points short and sharp, with the player on serve dominating. Anderson troubles the Serb with one return, Djokovic ruefully smiles, but it's a simple hold to 15.

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BBC Radio 5 live

Andy Murray - British number one on BBC Radio Five live:

"Djokovic has had his hands full. Kevin is a good grass-court player, and a good server. Conditions are slowing which will help Novak.

"I was getting asked after the draw 'you've got to beat Tsonga, Rafa Nadal and then Roger Federer and then Novak'. I don't know why people do that. No one can predict every result in a Slam."

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Djokovic sees his ill-timed backhand return trickle over the net and he raises his racquet in acknowledgement of his good fortune. It's the only point he collects from the Anderson serve, however. That early blip from the South African in this set could prove to be very costly.

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Richard Krajicek

1996 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

"Djokovic is starting to have fun. He senses it's going his way. Anderson feels it's slipping away and he's panicking a bit. Even though Anderson is up, Djokovic is having more fun."

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An outswinger from Djokovic which aces Anderson. Is that too American Nevermind. The Serb holding to love, neither player troubling on the returns in these last three games.

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Peter Fleming

Seven-time Grand Slam doubles winner on BBC TV

"One of the things Boris Becker and Novak Djokovic will have spoken about many times is to just keep fighting. Becker will say: 'you are stronger mentally and physically than anyone out there. You need to force them to maintain a level of intensity that only you have experience of'.

"Right now it seems like Anderson is fatiguing just that bit, but just enough so that Djokovic is in the rallies."

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Much chat about whether this match will be transferred to Centre Court. The net is still up on Centre, officials are still on court and there's a crowd gathering, but no official confirmation. Play continuing on Court One for now, however. Anderson holding to love, but perhaps it's a little too late in this set.

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Precise serving from Djokovic, picking his spot, taking aim, and getting the rewards. The defending champion holds to love and a fifth set seems inevitable.

Two Murrays into last eight

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Jamie Murray
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The Murray family are celebrating a quarter-final double tonight. After world number three Andy cruised into the last eight of the singles, his older brother Jamie moved into the same stage of the men's doubles.

Murray and his Australian playing partner John Peers earned a five-set win over defending champions Vasek Pospisil and Jack Sock in three hours and 19 minutes.

Murray v Pospisil. That's got a nice ring to it....

Djokovic breaks

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Court One groans, and understandably so, as Anderson messes up a serve and volley when the court was at his mercy. 15-15. Djokovic unable to dominate as he did in the third set, but he does earn a break point, which Anderson saves with a serve and volley. Djokovic shakes his head. How did I let that one go? Boris Becker looks on intensely. Second break point Djokovic... Anderson forced to reach to his toes, and that's too low down.

Le Tiss is gripped

Matt Le Tissier
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Boris Becker
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Pullovers and scarves being worn on Court One to keep the cold at bay from spectators adjusting to a sunny afternoon to breezy summer's evening. Delightful from Djokovic. A backhand passer, low and out of reach, for 40-30, but Anderson holding firm as they trade blows on the next point - and it's Djokovic who folds. Deuce.

Anderson hitting either glorious winner or frustrating errors. Back and forth from deuce and advantage until Djokovic closes out with an ace.

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Tom: Everyone knows the outcome of this game, even after Anderson went 2-0 up. Even Anderson himself knows this!

BHF26: It's a shame Anderson has lost momentum. Hopefully that will turn around back in Anderson's favour, to grind out one more set.

Default Girl: If Anderson wants to cause an upset he needs to snap out of this lull in the 4th. If it goes to a 5th forget it.

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Lights fading across London, but Anderson flickering to life once again. A crunching serve out wide sees the scoreboard rolling to 40-15. But the South African throws in a double fault - his sixth of the match - and Djokovic's eyes widen. Anderson flaps at a forehand. Deuce. Advantage. Deuce. Advantage. Crackerjack of a serve. Game Anderson.

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Richard Krajicek

1996 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

"We might actually see a reaction if Djokovic wins this fourth set. I'd love to see him win it and then come back tomorrow for a fifth."

Third set stats

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Peter Fleming

Seven-time Grand Slam doubles winner on BBC TV

"Anderson struggled to main his extraordinary high level at the start of the third set that allowed Djokovic to get back into it but the fourth set is an entirely new ball game."

Top, top videos

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The excellent (if we do say so ourselves) video offerings continue as a few more of the memorable moments from today have cropped up on our tennis page. Here's a couple to whet the appetite: