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  1. Agnieszka Radwanska (Pol) bts Timea Bacsinszky (Swi) 3-6 6-4 6-1
  2. Novak Djokovic (Ser) bts Ernests Gulbis (Lat) 6-4 6-1 7-6
  3. Roger Federer (Swi) bts Mischa Zverev 7-6 (7-3) 6-4 6-4

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By Caroline Chapman and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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Today at Wimbledon is starting on BBC Two right now.

But that's all from us on this page.

Tomorrow is officially the day of rest at Wimbledon. The grass needs watering and the strawberry punnets need refilling.

Join us back here on Monday for the start of the last 16 matches.

The men's last 16

Murray v Paire

Querrey v Anderson

Nadal v Muller

Bautista Agut v Cilic

Raonic v A.Zverev

Dimitrov v Federer

Thiem v Berdych

Mannarino v Djokovic

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'I am happy to sit back and relax'

More from Roger Federer: "It's important to get through the first week with a good feeling and I think I got that. The first match saved me a lot of energy, crucial energy.

"We go one round at a time. The first goal is to get through to the second week and I am happy to sit back and relax and then come back on Monday.

“Grigor Dimitrov (next opponent) is stronger every time I play him, he's in the perfect age right now, understands his game and is physically strong. He had a great run in Australia. I'm ready for a tough one but another exciting match because he's a great shot player.”

Game, set and match - Clarke/Willis

Clarke/Willis 3-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 6-3 Herbert/Mahut

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

Here we go then... it is on Marcus Willis's racket. An inauspicious start is wiped out as the Brits fight back from 0-30 to 30-30.

Make that 40-30 and MATCH POINT!

They've done it! Court Three explodes in celebration. Standing ovation for Willis and Jay Clarke after they beat defending Wimbledon men's doubles champions and French second seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut.

Willis and Clarke look like they can hardly believe it as they hug and absorb the acclaim.

Marcus Willis and Jay Clarke

Roger Federer speaking to BBC Two: "I thought it was a good match, it was fun against a serve and volley player, where you will see some lobs and passing shots. It was nice to see that and the crowd was unbelievable. He's a great guy, we fed off each other and played a great match."

Game, set and match Thiem

Thiem 7-5 6-4 6-2 Donaldson

Austria's Dominic Thiem, seeded eighth, has comfortably beaten America's world number 67 Jared Donaldson, 7-5 6-4 6-2.

Mark Petchey

BBC Sport tennis commentator

Perfection finishes it off. A lovely contest, old school tennis deployed from Zverev but once again Federer fights off a challenge in some style.

Roger Federer

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 4-6 Federer

It's not that Zverev was bad out there. He was excellent, in fact. But Federer is just super human.

Next up for the seven-time champion is his protegee - the so-called 'Baby Fed' - Grigor Dimitrov.

Game, set and match - Federer

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 4-6 Federer

Zverev ends up on his backside as he loses his footing on 30-0.

Federer throws down an ace for match point.

And another for game, set and match. Magical.

Roger Federer

Mark Petchey

BBC Sport tennis commentator

First time on Centre Court for Zverev and he's acquitted himself quite well against one of the greatest. But you do feel his time is drawing to a close in this match. Federer hasn't put a foot wrong today.

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 4-5 Federer*

Sharp thinking from Mischa Zverev at the net secures him the first point of his service game.

But another classy backhand winner gets Federer off the mark.

The Swiss goes wide with his next get, and then nets a return. 40-15.

Zverev overpowers the Swiss to hold.

Federer to serve for the match.

*Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 3-5 Federer

Roger Federer's definitely got dinner reservations in Wimbledon village tonight. He races through another service game, dropping only one point along the way.

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Clarke/Willis 3-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 4-2 Herbert/Mahut

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

Two more service games. Two more service games. Two more service games...

The odds are looking good for Jay Clarke and Marcus Willis as this match ticks into a fourth hour.

Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut have only taken two of 16 break points they have racked up.

Jay Clarke & Marcus Willis

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 3-4 Federer*

The crowd go wild as the duo exchange quick, intense jabs at the net and Federer ducks to let a Zverev smash go over him and over the baseline.

That's entertainment.

Zverev goes on to see the game with a volley.

*Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 2-4 Federer

Federer holds again to love. The epitome of cool.

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 2-3 Federer*

True to form in this match, Federer starts turn the screws and brings up break point with a forehand.

It goes to waste, though, when he sends a shot long over the baseline.

Zverev defends the net well to take the advantage and goes on to hold.

'They both deserve the standing ovation'

*Thiem 7-5 6-4 1-0 Donaldson.

Austrian eighth seed Dominic Thiem leads American Jared Donaldson by two sets out on Court One.

Here's an incredible rally from earlier in the match.

'They both deserve the standing ovation'

Clarke/Willis 3-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 3-0 Herbert/Mahut

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

During an end of set 'comfort' break (too much info?), I noticed an increase in human traffic around Court Three.

Now that's probably increased further. Especially after those drifting about outside heard the roar when Jay Clarke and Marcus Willis broke serve early in this decider.

They're three games from a brilliant win!

*Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 1-3 Federer

Federer - you little scamp! Hot-dogging through your legs, you show off.

The showboating doesn't pay off though as Zverev returns.

However, the Swiss goes on to hold.

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 1-2 Federer*

As an aside, does anyone else think Mischa Zverev looks like Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey?


Matthew McConaughey
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Federer breaks

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 1-2 Federer*

Mischa Zverev mutters to himself as he double faults for 30-30.

A clean backhand winner from Federer earns the Swiss break point and it's gifted to him after another double fault from the German. He'll be disappointed with that.

*Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 1-1 Federer

Even though Zverev puts a little bit of pressure on Federer during his service, the Swiss still bosses it at the end and taps over at the net to hold.

Game, set and match - Watson & Kontinen

Watson/Kontinen 6-1 6-3 Qureshi/Groenefeld

Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen's defence of their mixed doubles title is in good shape.

They've claimed victory over Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi and Anna-Lena Groenefeld on court 12 in just 49 minutes.

Henri Kontinen

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 1-0 Federer*

Federer continues to bite chunks off Zverev's service game but the German comes through it in the end.

Mischa Zverev

Clarke/Willis 3-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 Herbert/Mahut

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

So close yet so far. Jay Clarke and Marcus Willis had the match in their grasp. And it slipped out like wet grapes from sun-screened fingertips.

On we go.

Game and second set - Federer

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-6 Federer

Fergus Murphy, the umpire, almost has to make another catch! He's a busy man.

Federer's in a spot of bother here after a double fault and a cracking winner by Zverev.

But the Swiss recovers and has a set point, which he takes with a forehand into an empty court.


Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 4-5 Federer*

'Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaahey', scream Centre Court as the umpire makes a good catch in the chair.

He looks nonplussed by his cat-like reactions, ever the professional.

Zverev goes on to hold and it's up to Fed to take the set.

Clarke/Willis 3-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 5-6 Herbert/Mahut*

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

Well that escalated quickly. From three set points to three break points for the British boys.

Jay Clarke and Marcus Willis save two of them, home fans leaping to their feet in jubilation.

What about the third? Nope. Clarke's cheeky lob is too long.

French fourth seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut are now serving to take this match into a decider.

Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

Zverev, a set and a break down against the greatest grass court player in history, needs to be prepared to take a few risks.

*Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 3-5 Federer

The duo enter a rally and Federer picks the perfect moment to come in and win it at the net.

Another net point brings up 40-15 and Federer lands a forehand to hold.

Zverev to serve to stay in the set.

Mark Petchey

BBC Sport tennis commentator

It will help Zverev's cause if Federer misses a few first serves, but that doesn't happen too often at the business end of these sets.

Clarke/Willis 3-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 5-5 Herbert/Mahut

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

Herbert and Mahut have just pooped the party. The French fourth seeds have saved those three match points...

Momentum swinger/killer?

Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 3-4 Federer*

An overhead smash from Zverev draws warm applause from the Centre Court crowd.

He moves 40-0 up but a double fault gets Federer off the mark.

Federer nets the next point and the German holds.

Clarke/Willis 3-6 6-1 7-6 (7-3) 5-4 Herbert/Mahut*

Jonathan Jurejko

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

Blimey. Jay Clarke and Marcus Willis are a break away from the match!

There's hardly anyone in the court who isn't grinning and fist-pumping at the moment. Apart from the French..

Match point!

Jay Clarke & Marcus Willis
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*Zverev 6-7 (3-7) 2-4 Federer

Federer loses the first point on his serve in this set, but he quickly recovers to 40-15 with an ace, and he holds with an agile stretching volley.

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Tim Henman

Former British number one on BBC TV

Federer can hurt you in so many ways; he has a good serve, hits his shots, gets his returns, not afraid to come forward, great athlete. Not many areas to attack