Summary

  1. Oliver Marach (Aut) / Olga Savchuk (Ukr) beat Max Mirnyi (Blr) / Heather Watson (GB) 6-7 7-6 6-4
  2. Viktor Troicki (Ser) beat Dustin Brown (Ger) 6-4 7-6 4-6 6-3
  3. Ivo Karlovic (Cro) beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Fra) 7-6 4-6 7-6 7-6
  4. Casey Dellacqua (Aus) / Yaroslava Shvedova (Kaz) beat Daniela Hantuchova (Svk) / Samantha Stosur (Aus) 6-3 6-0

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By Jonathan Jurejko, Tom Fordyce and Aimee Lewis

All times stated are UK

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As French pair Gael Monfils and Gilles Simon continue into the Wimbledon night, I'm afraid it is time for us to say 'au revoir'. I know, I know. Heartbreak.

But if you need more tennis to satisfy your insatiable appetites then

head over here to watch that late match live.

Tomorrow is a rest day for us all (boo!) but we will be back for 'Manic Monday' when all the singles matches - men's and women's - will be completed. See you then!

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Kvitova's 'bad' challenge

Wimbledon 2Day

Nine-time Wimbledon champion Martina Navratilova, speaking on Wimbledon 2Day, can barely believe Petra Kvitova's incorrect challenge at 4-4, 15-30 on the Jankovic serve in the second set.

"She's in a winning position in the rally. You had better be 100% sure this ball is going to go out. The air just went out of her and Jankovic said 'thank you very much'. It was just a bad, bad decision."

Play under the Centre Court roof

Monfils 6-3 3-6 6-7 2-1 Simon

Hang on, what's happening here? The Centre Court roof has been closed, floodlights pinged on. Cleaning staff are busily sweeping the stands, which are slowly seeing people arrive.

That means one thing. That all-French battle between Gael Monfils and Gilles Simon on Court One is being moved over so it can be played to a conclusion.

Simon, the 12th seed, is currently leading as they make their way across to resume play at 21:20 BST.

Kvitova struggled with the weather

Wimbledon 2Day

Nine-time Wimbledon champion Martina Navratilova on Wimbledon 2Day: "It was like two different matches. Kvitova was a set and 4-2 up and cruising. She struggled with the weather (because of her asthma) and Jankovic defended really well."

Ward's match was winnable

Wimbledon 2Day

1987 Wimbledon champion Pat Cash on Wimbledon 2Day: "James Ward is a really nice, tidy player. He did very well but he will look at that match and say it was winnable. These tight matches there's very little in it."

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Monfils 6-3 3-6 6-7 Simon

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Zut alors! There is a real Gallic battle going on over on Court One. Gael Monfils is up to usual entertaining antics, diving into a fourth set against fellow Frenchman Gilles Simon. Want to know how that pans out?

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Britain's Heather Watson and Max Mirnyi are battling away in the mixed doubles on court three. They lost the first set but have taken Oliver Marach and Olga Savchuk to a decider.

Catch up on today's fun - watch Wimbledon 2Day

Been so engrossed in all things Andy Murray that you don't know what has been happening elsewhere at Wimbledon?

Luckily Wimbledon 2Day has just started on BBC Two (and also available on this very page in the 'Live Coverage' tab) for you to catch up.

First up is the highlights from British number four James Ward's bid to reach his first Grand Slam last 16 against Canada's Vasek Pospisil.

Murray into fourth round

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Andy Murray talking to BBC TV: "I struggled a little bit in the third set, but the way I played at the end is how I want to play as I go on."

On fourth-round opponent Ivo Karlovic: "It will be a very different match from today. Ivo is going to be coming to the net a lot.

"Returns will have to be on if I want to get through that one."

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Pro Gooner: My first opportunity to watch Wimbledon this year and what a match that was, technical and psychological display!

Darren James: Well done Lewis, well done Andy, been a good day for British sport.

Lewis Hamilton secured pole position for the British Grand Prix earlier today

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Relief all that is left on Centre Court now, the two combatants and thousands of spectators all on their way to somewhere a lot more calming.

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Murray into fourth round

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-6 Murray

Andy Murray
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Andy Murray talking to BBC TV: "The shoulder is fine now. Towards the end of the second set it started to tighten up. When he took a medical time-out, it cooled down a little bit."

On the treatment he received from the trainer: "When you've got a 90 kilo guy lying on top of you, it's not very pleasant."

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Rachael: What a comeback! That physio needs to be employed for all sports teams!! Here's to next week.

Evan Samuel: Typical Murray - a blitz, another blitz, a pout, another blitz. Easy really.

Murray fans celebrate

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Murray wins
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This is what victory looks like to the man in the middle.

Murray into fourth round

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Murray
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Phew-y. A crazy last two sets, and my own personal man of the match is the trainer. Send him to Athens to work on the Greek economy. Send him to the polar ice-caps to reverse the melting. Ivo Karlovic on Monday for Murray, and the second week is beckoning.

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"When you see a match of that nature, it's so difficult to predict. Trainer comes on and Murray loses six games in a row. Trainer comes back on and Murray wins six games in a row."

Game, set and match

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-6 Murray

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Amelie Mauresmo wearing a t-shirt that reads, "Make your own luck." And that's exactly what her charge is doing - he's seized this by the throat. Raking backhand into the corner, match point. Ace down the middle, rescued it!

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-5 Murray *

Another chance here, a chance for a third consecutive break. Tired forehand drop-shot into the net from Seppi, 15-40. No, Murray into the net. Deep approach, Seppi... long! Five games in a row, serving for the match.

Jelena Jankovic answers a random question

BBC Radio 5 live

Reflecting on her three-set third round victory over defending champion Petra Kvitova, Jelena Jankovic ended her interview by being asked which three things she would rescue from her house if it was burning down.

She told BBC Radio 5 live: "I would save myself and the people that are inside the house. That would be my concern.

"Anything that money can replace, I wouldn't care about. Maybe some photos I'd save, anything with an emotional value. Anything else that I can replace by buying it, I wouldn't care."

*Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-4 Murray

Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"I've never seen a trainer influence a match so successfully as today."

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Andy Murray
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First six games in a row for Seppi, now four on the spin for Murray - deep serving, smoother groundstrokes, the shoulder restored. Now two games away from Monday's fourth round. Gulp.

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Ken Massie: Proper Saturday night drama. Edge of the seat again thanks to Andy Murray and #bbctennis c'mon Andy!

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-3 Murray*

John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

"If there was ever a question about how mental this game is or how mind games play a part, it's been answered in this match."

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-3 Murray *

And so it swings again - Murray finding his range, Seppi losing his, two break points, takes the first as a weary Seppi clunks a backhand into the net. The engines have fired, just as the capsule was plummeting to earth.

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-2 Murray

Jeremy Bates

Former British number one on BBC Radio 5 live

"Murray is really trying to drive himself to get back on level terms in this fourth set. There is definitely more drive and purpose there now."

*Seppi 2-6 2-6 1-2 Murray

Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

"It's all about re-engaging himself and re-engaging the crowd. Murray knew he needed to turn this around."

* Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-2 Murray

This trainer has hands like an alchemist - first he transforms Seppi from toiler to tremendous,a nd now he's reanimated Murray. Relief floods Centre.

Murray breaks serve

Seppi 2-6 2-6 1-1 Murray

Andrew Castle

BBC tennis commentator

"After Thursday night with Rafa Nadal and Dustin Brown, and last night with Heather Watson and Serena Williams, we've certainly got a match on our hands now."

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-1 Murray *

Murray
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Seppi being forced back, off-balance and into the net. Break point. Come on now... Chance here to go cross-court - Seppi struggling - gone! At last, after 40 barren minutes, Murray has won a game, and it's a break.

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Annabel Croft

Former British number one

"The manipulation Andy is having now, I've had that done myself and it feels great. But I've never seen it going on inside Centre Court like that."

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Bad news for a Brit

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Murray flat on his back by the umpire's chair, trainer working furiously at his right shoulder. Panicking? You're absolutely right to be.

* Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-0 Murray

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Seppi a man reborn - forehand lashed down the line, break point. Lord alive. Long rally, going longer - 20 shots, net cord from Seppi, Murray readjusting, Seppi backhand wide. Big old point. Horrible tugged backhand, another break point. "USELESS!" shouts Murray, and Seppi capitalises again - driven forehand into the wide open spaces, and it's all going horribly horribly wrong...

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 Murray

John McEnroe

Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

"Murray's energy level looking low now, he wants to get himself going here. He does not want to get himself behind early in this set."

Third-set summary

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Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 Murray *

Pat Cash

1987 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

Andy Murray
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"I'm no doctor, but it could be his trapezius muscle that is bothering Murray. It's the muscle that goes from your ear down to your shoulder. It's not threatening his chances in the match at present, but it certainly has in this set."

Game and third set

Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 Murray *

And there it is - transformed by an injury time-out, and from nowhere Seppi is back in it. He couldn't, could he? Could he? Or could he?

*Seppi 2-6 2-6 5-1 Murray

Annabel Croft

Former British number one

"I'm gripped by watching Andy on court right now. He's talking to himself and doing this weird thing with his right shoulder, indicating it's a bit tight, or a bit sore.

"I don't know if he's saying up to his box 'I'm a bit tight in the shoulder and it's your fault' but it's interesting."