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Live Reporting

Jonathan Jurejko, Tom Fordyce and Aimee Lewis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    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!

  2. 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."

  3. 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.

  4. 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."

  5. 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."

    James Ward
  6. Post update

    Monfils 6-3 3-6 6-7 Simon


    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? Head over here to watch that late match live.

  7. Post update


    Think it is all over? Not quite. Dive onto our video page now for some live streams from Wimbledon.

  8. Latest scores

    Watson and Mirnyi

    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.

  9. 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.

  10. Murray into fourth round

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

    Andy Murray

    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

  12. Post update

    Andy Murray

    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.

  13. Post update

    Andy Murray
  14. Murray into fourth round

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

    Andy Murray

    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.

  16. Murray fans celebrate

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

    Murray wins

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

  17. Murray into fourth round

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


    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.

  18. Seppi 2-6 2-6 6-1 1-6 Murray

    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."

  19. Game, set and match

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

    Andy Murray

    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!

  20. Post update

    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.

  21. 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."

  22. *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."

  23. Post update

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

    Andy Murray

    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!

  25. 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."

  26. Post update

    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.

  27. *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."

  28. Post update

    * 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.

  29. 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."

  30. Post update

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


    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.

  31. Post update

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

    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."

  32. Post update

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

    Bad news for a Brit


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

  33. Post update

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


    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...

  34. 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."

  35. Third-set summary

  36. Post update

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

    Pat Cash

    1987 Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    Andy Murray

    "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."

  37. 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?

  38. Post update

    *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."

  39. Post update

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


    What on earth... Murray to 0-40, clutching his right shoulder, suddenly everything misfiring, a feeble backhand into the net, and he's been broken again. Stunned murmurs of disbelief around Centre.

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

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "Seppi got the desired effect with the medical time out. It's within the rules but change the rules if you don't like it. The player is not quite sure what Seppi has to offer when he comes back. This is an unbelievable turn of events."

  41. Post update

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

    Fans on Centre

    Seppi holds. And the third set scoreboard is looking very healthy for the Italian.

    The rest of it, less so. But this evening might detain Murray longer than he had previously thought.

  42. Post update

    Seppi 2-6 2-6 3-1 Murray

    Jeremy Bates

    Former British number one on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Seppi was getting pasted in the first two sets, but give him credit. He has stepped up a level in the last 20 minutes and is playing some much better tennis."

  43. Seppi breaks

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

    Well, whatever the trainer gave Andreas Seppi, I'll have six of 'em.

    The Italian is back on his feet after extensive treatment and has three break points via a lovely backhand pass and a Murray double fault.

    Where has this twist come from?

    Murray scrapes back two of the break points, but cedes the game with a ballooned second serve.

    Strange times.

  44. Worst thing about being a tennis player? Tickets


    With Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp having badgered compatriot Dustin Brown for Wimbledon tickets, Mark Woodforde has been talking on BBC Sportsworld about being pestered for tickets.

    "I have had a horror of trying to accommodate some different requests," former tennis player Woodforde told BBC Sportsworld.

    "I was just up in the player area cafeteria having a quick bite to eat. A coach of Andy Murray's at the moment was talking about how he accidently threw his tickets in the trash back home so his wife and two children were under a lot of stress this morning trying to forage through their trashcan for their centre court tickets."

  45. Post update

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

    Jeremy Bates

    Former British number one on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Murray has just got so much time, and he looks to have the ball on a string. This is more an exercise in concentration for him now. Seppi is trying to hit himself into form and Murray needs to be aware of that."

  46. Post update

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

    Seppi hitting the lines with a why-not attitude, but he's called for the trainer - issue with his calf or shin, it appears...

  47. Seppi 2-6 2-6 1-1 Murray

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    "Murray has been virtually flawless in the first two sets. The only thing he is got to be wary of is a little bit of complacency early in the third set. He wants to keep his intensity high and not give Seppi an opportunity."

  48. Federer wants more fashion freedom


    Following his straight-set wins over Sam Groth, Roger Federer has been on BBC TV and he was asked if he thinks the all-white dress code at Wimbledon is too strict:

    "Little bit maybe, but I am for all white.

    "The thing is when I grew up watching Stefan, Boris and Pete they had more colour to it, still 90 per cent white but that is the memory I have and now we're not allowed to have anything.

    "I have been told off in practice for too much colour, I understand it but wish we could have more design in our outfits, but the rules are the rules and I of course will obey the rules."

  49. I didn't feel at my best - Kvitova


    After losing her third-round match in three sets to Jelena Jankovic, defending champion Petra Kvitova told BBC TV:

    "It wasn't really the best day in my career, but that happens in tennis. I did not really play the second half of the match as I would have wished. I didn't feel at my best, I was nervous before the match but I still should have been able to win. Jelena did very well to win and I send congratulations to her.

    "It hurts because I really love to play here. This is my favourite tournament of the year and I have some really beautiful memories here, but today will not be among them.

    "You need time to get over a result like this. I don't know how long it will take but I will have some time off from tennis, clear my mind and come back fresh again soon."

  50. Post update

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

    Cuffed forehand down the line from Murray, and then a dreamy flicker cross-court as he chases down with alacrity.

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    Ed Watson: On honeymoon in Venice. True love is wife with no interest in tennis letting me watch Andy Murray at Wimbledon.

  52. Post update

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

    That might lift the taciturn Italian's mood - 40-0 with the aid of a crunching backhand, game taken with a dinky dropper.

  53. Second set summary

    Seppi 2-6 2-6 Murray

  54. Game and second set

    * Seppi 2-6 2-6 Murray

    Chance for Seppi at 30-30 and coming to the net, but that's a miserable volley. Contrastingly sweet pass down the line, and when Murray snatches at a backhand it's the Italian's first break point of the contest. Heavy serve, snuffed out. Big serve again, job done...

  55. Seppi 2-6 2-5 Murray

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "My two favourite cricketers were Ian Botham and Vivian Richards. They were the best, the most fun. I used to watch a lot of cricket in my first year here, 1977."

    Former batsman Geoffrey Boycott and England paceman James Anderson are among the sports stars watching from the Royal Box today.

  56. Murray breaks

    Seppi 2-6 2-5 Murray *

    Andy Murray

    Seppi from Sloppy - I beg your pardon, sloppy from Seppi - as he puts a simple forehand well wide. Break point. First serve long. Second serve... same place. Handed away on a plate.

  57. *Seppi 2-6 2-4 Murray

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "Seppi's forehand is not really working today; of course that's a lot to do with Murray forcing, pressing. It's exceptionally difficult to know what to do against someone as exceptionally good as Murray."

  58. Post update

    * Seppi 2-6 2-4 Murray

    Murray at 70% on his first serve, and he canters to 40-0 with an ace down the middle. Toppy forehand at a cutting angle, and Seppi can only stretch it into the base of the net.

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    Travis Purnell: Loving Wimbledon! Even in bed through the early hours here in Hoi An, Vietnam. Heroic effort Watson and Ward! Now go Murray!

    Rachel Martin: Awfully nice of Andy Murray to rattle through this and making sure I'm not late for dinner reservation.

  60. Post update

    Seppi 2-6 2-3 Murray *

    Cute volleying from Seppi, in behind his serve, and he's certainly settling a fraction now. Murray with a chance off a looping mis-hit - nope, onto the tape, and Murray strikes the sole of his shoe with his racquet. An angry glance to his coaching team follows - relax, squire, you're in control.

  61. Post update

  62. Post update

    * Seppi 2-6 1-3 Murray

    Seppi with a fine deep approach and stopper volley for 15-30 on the Murray serve. Backhand into the net and then a meaty drive volley from Murray, and that's a fabulous forehand into the corner. Smooth like well-worn corduroy from the Briton.

  63. Ask Andy

  64. Post update

    Seppi 2-6 1-2 Murray *

    Better at last from the 31-year-old Seppi, swinging at the forehands, coming in for a punchy volley. Shadows across all but a small square of Centre.

  65. Seppi 2-6 0-2 Murray

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "Murray is really playing well. Everything seems to be working."

  66. Post update

    * Seppi 2-6 0-2 Murray

    This is the stuff of calm dreams from Murray, his first serve rock-solid, his movement smooth, his shot-making millimetre perfect and his tactics subconsciously sweet.

  67. *Seppi 2-6 0-1 Murray

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    "When he gets a second serve, Seppi has got to go big - each and every time."

  68. Post update

    *Seppi 2-6 0-1 Murray

    Jeremy Bates

    Former British number one on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Murray looks relaxed and he is moving very well. It has been the perfect start. He has been at the club for seven hours today waiting to play and he is clearly keen to burn off some energy now."

  69. First set summary

  70. Game, set and match

    Berdych 4-6 6-0 6-4 7-6 Andujar

    Sixth seed Tomas Berdych is into the last 16 after a minor opening-set hiccup against Spain's Pablo Andujar.

    He will play the winner of the oh-so-French meeting of Gael Monfils and Gilles Simon which has just got going on Court One.

  71. Post update

    Seppi 2-6 0-1 Murray *

    10 winners from Murray in that first set, 14 unforced errors from his struggling opponent. Two more here off his own serve, but then a flashing forehand down the line for 15-30. Gaagh - mishit overhead long, floaty drop-shot which comes with pink bow and gift-tag attached, punched away by the purring Murray. Break taken, full steam ahead.

  72. Game and first set

    * Seppi 2-6 Murray

    Long from Seppi, imperious from Murray. Seppi is trying to change things - he;s stuck his baseball cap on back to front. Long again from Seppi, set in the bag within the half-hour.

  73. Post update

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-8 Pospisil

    Vasek Pospisil

    Vasek Pospisil on BBC TV: "Yes it was really tough match. James is a very good player conditions were tough, playing the crowd as well super I am just happy right now.

    "I was just trying to stay composed and focused on my routines, hang in there and stay positive. I did well to bounce back from the second and third sets which weren't so good on my part.

    "There was a lot of momentum swings, I am very happy with the way I came back in the fourth set."

    "It's very special. It's my first second week of a singles slam the first time is always the most special."

  74. Seppi 2-5 Murray

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    "A good barometer for Murray's game is when he is stepping in and hitting that backhand down the line."

  75. Post update

    Seppi 2-5 Murray *

    Boris Becker in the Royal Box, looking like a ginger Terminator in those shades. "Give me your tennis racquet and your clothes..." Delightful backhand down the line from Murray, and now he will open out his body to cream a forehand away cross-court. Double break, peachy as you like,

  76. Post update

    Murray v Seppi

  77. Post update

    * Seppi 2-4 Murray

    Long exchange from the baseline, Seppi ending it halfway down the net. Big forehand deep and nasty, and the Italian has scrapped his way to deuce. He'll try a lob now having brought Murray in off a second serve, but it'll go long, and a thunking first serve down the middle maintains the break.

  78. Get involved via #bbctennis

    BP: A valiant effort by James Ward. Pospisil's service game was just too good in the final set.

    Chris Goldsmith: James Ward says he will pick himself up and get ready for Davis Cup against France. Correct attitude James,

    Lorna Baker: One thing is for sure: British Tennis is in such a good place right now.

  79. Post update

    Seppi 2-3 Murray *

  80. Post update

    Seppi 2-3 Murray *

    Kim Sears

    Murray's wife watches on as Seppi gets his serving groove on, rattling through to love. England rugby union skipper Chris Robshaw in the Royal Box, impassive behind shades.

  81. Andy Murray - returning to the top of the game

    *Seppi 1-3 Murray

    Andy Murray
  82. Post update

    * Seppi 1-3 Murray

    Seppi struggling to find his range, tugging a backhand into the tramlines. Oh what a point - net-cord from the Italian, Murray scraping it off the floor, Seppi flicking cross-court, Murray hunting it down, giving it the eyes down the line and then dabbing to the space Seppi vacates instead.

  83. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Phillippa: James Ward was brilliant...Shame he's gone out but still lot of positives to take forward.

    Derek Paterson: Great stuff from James unlucky! Still, lots of positives. Onwards.

  84. Ward out in third round

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-8 Pospisil

    James Ward

    James Ward looks shattered. Not surprising after the busiest Grand Slam week of his career is ended after a three-hour (and five minute) five-setter against Vasek Pospisil. The Canadian goes on to play Serbia's Viktor Troicki, who ended the fun of Nadal-conqueror Dustin Brown, in the last 16.

    Standing ovation from Court One for the British number four, who can console himself with the knowledge that he will climb into the top 100 after his exploits this week.

  85. Post update

    Seppi 1-2 Murray *

    Crashing backhand cross-court from Murray, a miracle of timing. Seppi with a tame forehand into the net, and Murray has a point for a second break and third game on the bounce. Seppi with good depth into the corner, Murray long on the stretch. Sweet dropper from the Italian, he's on the board.

  86. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Clive Williams: I don't normally watch much tennis but this week at Wimbledon has been brilliant.

    Nick UTA: England Ladies, Heather Watson, James Ward... we may not win, but we go down heroically.

  87. Game, set and match - Ward out

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-8 Pospisil

    James Ward

    All over for James Ward. Hope for the Briton as he nabs the first point. But Vasek Pospisil's trusty serve has not let him down in this set - and it is showing no sign of doing that now.

    The Canadian crashes down a serve out wide, Ward responds, but Pospisil lumbers menacingly towards the net, pulling out a backhand volley to seal the win.

  88. Post update

    Mark Petchey

    BBC Sport tennis commentator

    "Ward's Wimbledon odyssey hangs in the balance now. He has got to break serve to keep his hopes alive."

  89. Get involved via #bbctennis


    Matt Southcombe: My 18 month old is on the edge of her high chair watching Ward!

  90. Post update

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-7 Pospisil*

    Mark Petchey

    BBC Sport tennis commentator

    "You have got to hand it to Pospisil that was an outstanding game to play at this stage of the match.

    "This has been a masterclass of serving in this last set from Pospisil."

  91. Post update

    * Seppi 0-2 Murray

    Seppi trading blows from the baseline, and that's not going to end well for him - Murray with the variety and the guile, sealing the game with a ripper of a cross-court pass as Seppi dashes optimistically for the net.

  92. Ward loses serve

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-7 Pospisil*

    Uh oh. Is this trouble for Ward? Yes it is!

    The Briton goes 30-0 down, scrambling back a point. But Pospilis slams down a forehand, moments after a cutting slice, to tee up a pair of break points.

    Thwack! Take that. Ward smashes down a 101 mph second serve to fend off one. However, he is drawn into the net by Pospilis on the next, out of his comfort zone, volleying into the net.

  93. Post update

    Seppi 0-1 Murray *

  94. Post update

    Seppi 0-1 Murray *

    Shadows stretching across Centre from Seppi's feet as he prepares for his first service game, and it's not a pretty one - two forehands long, and Murray's stolen an early break. Perfect early-doors relaxer.

    * denotes next server

  95. Post update

    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-6 Pospisil

    Unbelievable. This boy Pospisil is mustard with the ball in his hand. He rattles off another hold to love - that's 19 straight points on his serve - to put the pressure back on to Ward...

  96. Post update

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-5 Pospisil*

    Mark Petchey

    BBC Sport tennis commentator

    Terrific from Ward. And maybe the platform he needs for a break of serve to see off Pospisil"

  97. Post update

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-5 Pospisil*

    I wouldn't like to bet on which man is going to crumble here. Neither has looked like breaking the other's serve in this deciding set - the break-point chances read zero. Zilch. Zip.

    Ward is the latest to continue the monopoly of serve, thumping a wonderful cross-court forehand to safety. This is a survival of the fittest - we are just moments away from ticking over the three-hour mark...

  98. Murray v Seppi

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    "You can't see one area of Seppi's game that has a big enough weapon to hurt Andy. When they get into these baseline rallies, Murray has got the extra firepower."

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    A quick heads-up for you on this contest on Centre. Murray and Seppi have met each other seven times, with Murray winning the last six. The silver lining for Seppi fans: the Italian's solitary win did come on grass. Albeit nine years ago, when Murray was a lanky lad.

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 5-5 Pospisil

    Pressure?! I thrive on pressure. Is what I imagine Vasek Pospisil is telling himself as he fires back another warning to his British opponent with a hold to love.

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    Andy Murray
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    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 5-4 Pospisil*

    Court One hasn't got a roof (well not yet). But if it had one then it would have just been blown off. The home crowd go mental as James Ward, at 30-15 to the good, pulls out two cracking serves to leave Vasek Pospisil floundering. The Briton is one game away from the last 16....

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    James Ward
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    Andy Murray striding on to Centre Court as his friend and compatriot James Ward fights on Court no.1. It's British bedlam at Wimbledon right now...

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    Jelena Jankovic
  106. Jankovic delight at victory

    Kvitova 6-3 5-7 4-6 Jankovic


    Jelena Jankovic, speaking to BBC TV after beating the 2014 champion: "I don't know what to say. I am overwhelmed and so excited. I have played so poorly the last couple of years and playing on Centre Court against the defending champion was unbelievable. The crowd was really great.

    "My opponent was in great form, no doubt about it, I just tried to stay in there, stay positive and fight and I made it. I have to keep going.

    "I am glad I was able to win against a two-time Wimbledon champion. I could not believe it. Beating Petra gives me a lot of confidence for the tournament."

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 4-4 Pospisil

    John Lloyd

    Former British number one on BBC Two

    "Who is going to get tight? Who is going to open their shoulders and stay in the moment? It's a fascinating contest now."

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 4-4 Pospisil

    If Vasek Pospisil has any nerves - and I'm sure he has - then they don't show in this vice game. Routine stuff. Something. Must. Break.

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 4-3 Pospisil*

    James Ward

    Jingle, jangle. Those British nerves are being tested. Ward blows two game points as a beautifully-crafted forehand down the line by Pospisil, followed by a sloppy Ward return sets up deuce. However, he wrestles back the game, piling a huge serve down out wide which the Canadian cannot direct to safety.

  110. Champion Kvitova out

    Kvitova 6-3 5-7 4-6 Jankovic

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    Jelena Jankovic

    "What a dramatic turn of events on centre court. The defending champion is out. She cruised through the first set but lost the next two, and for Jelena Jankovic that must be one of her best ever victories."

  111. Champion Kvitova out

    Kvitova 6-3 5-7 4-6 Jankovic

    Sue Barker

    BBC tennis presenter

    Jelena Jankovic

    "What a performance from Jankovic. She is one of the greats a few years ago, five time a Grand Slam semi-finalist but the last of those in 2010. Here she is putting out the defending champion. What a story. She held her nerve and delivered."

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 3-3 Pospisil

    Ace down the T. Thumping serve which leaves a simple forehand volley at the net. Ace down the T. Another humdinger of a serve that tees up another volleyed winner.

    If cheap Scandinavian lagers did service games then Vasek Pospisil would be downing a cold pint now. Super stuff.

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 3-2 Pospisil*

    James Ward's reaction to clinching this fifth game tells you everything that you need know. The Londoner leaps off the floor, both feet together, stretching his vocal chords at the same time. A wild, wide forehand gave Vasek Pospisil half a sniff at 40-30, before the Briton pulls out a big serve which the Canadian cannot direct back over the net.

  114. Game, set and match

    Kvitova 6-3 5-7 4-6 Jankovic

    Petra Kvitova

    The queen is dead.

    Petra Kvitova, all conquering in the first two rounds, has veered off course and out of Wimbledon.

    Those fragile top six inches seem to have cost her again. The mental gremlins have cramped her physical prowess and Jelana Jankovic - 30th in the world - will play Agnieszka Radwanska next.

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    *Kvitova 6-3 5-7 4-5 Jankovic

    Early in this match, the points just funnelled fast and sure into Petra Kvitova's column.

    There seemed a barrel-load of them to play and they were easy to win.

    Now, each one is breathless white-knuckle battle. Kvitova has a glimmer at 15-30, but Jankovic shuts the door.

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 2-2 Pospisil

    Chance for Ward? Slight one. The door is slightly ajar at 30-15 to Ward on his opponent's serve, only for a forehand from the back of the court to clip the tape and drop, agonisingly, back onto his side. The Canadian grabs that slice of fortune with both hands, battling back to protect his serve.

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 2-1 Pospisil*

    An air of tension has engulfed Court One. No one is really sure which way this set - and therefore the match - will swing. James Ward pounds Pospisil's forehand and backhand in equal measure, forcing errors from the Canadian.

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    Aimee Lewis

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon


    "Move on, move on please," says a gentleman patrolling the hill. "No standing on the steps. The hill is closed." They're very polite at Wimbledon, even when issuing orders. There aren't any free patches of turf for those hoping to arrive later for Andy Murray's match, though with this heat not everyone on the hill will go the distance.

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    *Kvitova 6-3 5-7 3-4 Jankovic

    Both players are tip-toeing towards the conclusion of this match, with tightening racquet arms and nerves twanging.

    Jelana Jankovic is serving first in this one. Might that be crucial? Petra Kvitova will have little chance to recover the break if her serve slips.

    Petra Kvitova
  120. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Chris Goldsmith: Currently having a remote control battle with my dad. He is a big Jankovic fan, but I am patriotic to James Ward!

    Robert James Harding: Heart in mouth, so want Jankovic to win.

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 1-1 Pospisil

    Ready to climb back on the James Ward rollercoaster? Excellent. What the Briton needs is a positive start to the fifth set. A positive start is what he gets!

    But he can't trouble Vasek Pospisil in the next. The Canadian strokes a measure forehand down the line to put him 30-0 ahead and completes the job when Ward goes long.

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    Wozniacki Vonn
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    *Kvitova 6-3 5-7 2-3 Jankovic


    Still as toasty as a Swedish sauna on Centre. Umbrellas bloom as parasols as Jelena Jankovic holds her serve and the fidgety crowd takes the chance to stretch their legs during the changeover.

    A champion is dangling over the abyss here, but the collective imagination has not caught alight. The atmosphere is flat compared to the excitement generated by Dustin Brown and Heather Watson on the same stage.

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 0-0 Pospisil

    Miles Maclagan

    Former coach to Andy Murray and Laura Robson on BBC Radio 5 live

    "The momentum in this game has changed almost from point to point at times. After four sets, we're back to where we started, and without a tie-break in the fifth I hate to say this is a sprint to the finish. There is still be an awfully long way to go yet."

  125. Ward loses fourth set

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-6 Pospisil


    Virtual silence around Court One as Vasek Pospisil sets up a decider. A serve and volley sets him on the path to the fourth set, a big serve only thwacked into the tape by Ward, who then produces another weak forehand. Set point...a rally ends with Ward pushing another forehand wide. He challenges, but he knows it is not in. That is confirmed by the technology. Decider!

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    Kvitova 6-3 5-7 2-2 Jankovic

    Petra Kvitova's first serve percentage has dipped below 50% in the third set. The Czech sees off another break point to keep her half of the scoreboard ticking along. But her game is shuddering and spluttering like a rent-a-wreck banger.

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 3-5 Pospisil*

    OK, OK. I jumped too early with that Rocky gag. Now James Ward, who romps to a hold with a pair of aces, will be mimicking Ivan Drago. If he doesn't break the Canadian in this service game we are going to the final round....

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 2-5 Pospisil

    "I will break you," fictional heavyweight Rocky Balboa was famously told by robotic Russian Ivan Drago in Rocky IV. James Ward must be muttering that to himself as he steps back on to court.

    Another hold for Vasek Pospisil, sealed with an ace, means that he is trying to break for the fourth set...

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 2-4 Pospisil*

    That's more like it. After relinquishing his serve for the first time in two-and-a-half sets on his last ball toss, James Ward rediscovers his holding touch. Just. Vasek Pospilis eyes up a double break as he forces deuce but the Briton digs himself out of a hole by flashing a couple of big serves to the Canadian's weak backhand.

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    *Kvitova 6-3 5-7 1-2 Jankovic

    Suddenly Petra Kvitova, after playing tennis from the heavens for the first two and half matches of her title defence, has been dragged back to the level of the mere mortals.

    Jelena Jankovic has her teeth deep into the match. The Serb has been indulging in some changeover ballet stretches, using the net post for her plies.

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    Ivo Karlovic
  132. Ward loses serve

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 1-3 Pospisil


    Oh no! The whole of Court One groans in unison as James Ward goes a break down in the fourth set. I say the whole arena - Pospisil isn't groaning. His screech of 'Come onnnnnn!' is just about audible above the sigh of British disappointment.

    The Canadian earned two break points, seeing the first wiped out as a precise James Ward serve dusts the baseline. But he snaffles the second as a crisp baseline backhand can only be planted into the tape by the Briton.

  133. Game and second set

    Berdych 4-6 6-0 Andujar

    Tomas Berdych, as snappy and sharp as whiplash, recovers from the loss of the first set to vanquish Spain's Pablo Andujar in 23 minutes in the second.

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    Marray/Nielsen 6-3 5-7 5-5 Cabal/Farah


    On court five, Jonathan Marray and Frederik Nielsen are deep into the third set against their Colombian foe.

    That one is not going to be vacating the court anytime soon.

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 1-2 Pospisil

    Vasek Pospisil puffs out his cheeks as he matches James Ward's hold in the previous game. The Canadian takes his seat in the shadow of the umpire's chair, pulling a little blue book out his bag. Of course it isn't a bestselling work of fiction. 'How to beat James Ward: Vol 1', I'd imagine is the title...

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    Kvitova 6-3 5-7 Jankovic

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    "At the third set point of asking, Jankovic is back in it. A first set dropped in this tournament by the defending champion. Andy Murray is next up here on Centre Court, but he'll have to wait just a little longer."

  137. Game, set and match

    Tsonga 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 6-7 (2-7) 6-7 (9-11) Karlovic

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is French toast.

    The 13th seed has finally been blasted out of Wimbledon 2015, with Ivo Karlovic's peppery serve delivering him 41 aces.

    Karlovic will face the winner of Andy Murray and Andreas Seppi's match.

    Perhaps time for Team Murray to hunt out the stepladder they used in practice ahead of meeting similarly lofty Jerzy Janowicz in 2013.

    Jo Wilfried Tsonga
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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 0-1 Pospisil

    Vasek Pospisil dumped one British man out of Wimbledon yesterday. That was Colin Fleming who, along with Eric Butorac, was beaten by the Canadian and his American partner Jack Sock in the men's doubles. If he is going to make it a British double then he had better pull his finger out. That he does in the opening game of the fourth set.

  139. Game and second set

    Kvitova 6-3 5-7 Jankovic

    How are those nerves? Feeling a little trembly? Grip on the Venus Rosewater dish slipping a touch?

    Petra Kvitova is out of momentum and into a third set.

    Time for a sit down, deep think and dredge the depths for that first-set form.

  140. Second-set analysis

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2

    John Lloyd

    Former British number one on BBC Two

    "A lot of credit has to go to James Ward because in the first set he was edgy. He picked up in the second and third, cut down the errors, went for the ball when the percentages were in his favour and pushed his opponent to self-destruct. He looks the experienced player out there."

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    *Kvitova 6-3 5-6 Jankovic

    Petra Kvitova is making some heavy weather of what seemed like a foregone conclusion on Centre Court.

    Jelena Jankovic has already had two break points in the 12th game of the second set and is pushing hard to take this to a decider.

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 Pospisil*

    Miles Maclagan

    Former coach to Andy Murray and Laura Robson on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Since losing that first set, James Ward has controlled the match and he really looks like he belongs out there on the big stage. Getting to the second week of Wimbledon would be an amazing achievement. Pospisil is not playing with the same conviction as he did at the start of the match."

  144. Game and first set

    Berdych 4-6 1-0 Andujar

    Another seed in a spot of bother.

    Tomas Berdych, sixth in the organisers' order, has lost the first set against Pablo Andujar.

  145. Game and third set

    Ward 4-6 6-3 6-2 Pospisil

    James Ward

    There you go! James Ward seals the fourth set, not quite with a kiss, more a strong serve and a overcooked forehand from his Canadian opponent.

    A British man winning in round three could dominate the Wimbledon headlines later today. And, no, not that one....

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    *Ward 4-6 6-3 5-2 Pospisil

    Noooooo! Kristian Lewis (see below) - that's a red card. Remember the first rule of Britons playing at Wimbledon? We don't talk about Britons winning at Wimbledon until they have won at Wimbledon. Clear?

    Only joking. You're right - James Ward is looking as cool as a cucumber that has been sat in the fridge for a week. The world number 101 conserves energy as Vasek Pospisil eases to a hold. Now the Londoner is serving for the set...

  147. Tie-break

    Tsonga 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 6-7 (2-7) 6-6 Karlovic

    Jo Wilfried Tsonga is staring down the barrel of the bazooka Ivo Karlovic serve.

    The French 13th seed is in a fourth-set tie-break that he has to win to stay alive at Wimbledon for the year.

    Fair to say that after the fun and games far earlier in the match, when Tsonga was joining in a Mexican wave, things have got a little more serious.

  148. Get involved via #bbctennis

    Kristian Lewis: When can we start talking about a potential Andy Murray v James Ward quarter-final at this year's Wimbledon?

    David Ridley: Credit to Ward, he's punishing Pospisil for loose play. I still have a sneaky suspicion this one will go to five though.

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 5-1 Pospisil

    John Lloyd

    Former British number one on BBC Two

    "I've never seen such support for British players at Wimbledon. It's always been great but it's incredible now."

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    Ward 4-6 6-3 5-1 Pospisil*

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    The crowd on Court One are already noisy but the volume is going up as Ward moves nearer to taking this third set.

    They were nervous earlier but the feeling now from the fans near me seems to be that the British number four can win this match and reach the last 16.

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