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Live Reporting

By Mike Henson, Caroline Chapman and Tom Fordyce

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    The nets are down, the mower is out, and the green seats have been vacated. 

    Time for us to rest our keyboards for the night.

    If you want to catch up on the highlights of day four, Today at Wimbledon is on at the slightly later time of 21:30 BST on BBC Two. 

    Bye for now. 

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  3. Goodbye, Thiem

    Thiem 6-7 6-7 6-7 Vesely

    Another seed bites the dust on day four.

    Dominic Thiem of Austria, ranked number eight, has been beaten in straight sets by Czech Jiri Vesely - 7-6 7-6 7-6.

    Vesely's having a pretty good 2016 so far. He's one of only two men to have beaten Novak Djokovic. He overcame the world number one in Monte Carlo. 

    One to watch, perhaps. 

  4. Bouchard's winning moment

    This is the moment that Jo Konta's Wimbledon dream came to an end for this year. Eugenie Bouchard from Canada takes the match, 6-3 1-6 6-1

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    Video caption: Konta is beaten by Bouchard
  5. 'No better feeling'

    Bouchard 6-3 1-6 6-1 Konta

    Eugenie Bouchard has just been talking to BBC Sport after her win over British number one Johanna Konta.

    "I was pressured after that second set and she hit good balls and played some good tennis," says Bouchard. "I had to play well and I did in the third set.

    "I love it here and there's no better feeling than walking out on Centre Court at Wimbledon. I feel like I played some good tennis out there.

    "I've definitely learned a lot in my short career and there have been ups and downs in tennis, just as in life, and I feel strong physically and mentally. Every match is a battle and I look forward to the next one and I will leave it all out there."

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    Mike Erskine: What a great advert for women's tennis. Great effort Konta, you will be back. to watch   

    There is more coverage on BBC Radio 5 live right here or by clicking the tab at the top of this page  

  7. 'Konta will be very disappointed'

    Bouchgard 6-3 1-6 6-1 Konta

    Tracy Austin

    Former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion on BBC TV

    Johanna Konta
    Quote Message: Eugenie Bouchard played extremely well. She served big, had a high percentage of first serves in, dictated from the baseline, looked very composed and poised, hit the ball early - solid and clean. Konta will be very disappointed, but it is all so new to her. It was only the second time on this Centre Court and she only broke into the top 20 in June.
  8. Radwanska’s winning moment …

    Poor Ana Konjuh! You have to feel for the 18-year-old from Croatia. Here's the moment that Radwanska wins the match 6-2 4-6 9-7

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    Video caption: Radwanska beats Konjuh in three sets
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    Bouchard 6-3 1-6 6-1 Konta

    Here in the BBC commentary box we've seen a lot of tennis over the last four days.

    A LOT.

    But that, for me, was one of the best matches so far. Brilliant performances from both women.

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    Jana Novotna

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    I hope Konta won't get disappointed with herself. She played a really good match. She did very well and should be proud of her performance on the grass.

    There is more coverage on BBC Radio 5 live right here or by clicking the tab at the top of this page  

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    Ian Bradley: Such a tough draw getting a revitalised Bouchard for Konta, match has been a ridiculously high standard, gutted for Jo  

  12. 'Bouchard is back'

    Leon Smith

    Great Britain Davis Cup captain

    From a British perspective it is disappointing. It was a really high level tennis match. Konta will be disappointed, but it looks like Bouchard is back.

    There is more coverage on BBC Radio 5 live right here or by clicking the tab at the top of this page  

  13. Game, set and match

    Bouchard 6-3 1-6 6-1 Konta

    Konta tries to challenge the call as her return goes long..but it's well long.

    The British number one goes out in the second round. Eugenie Bouchard goes through.

  14. Match point

    Bouchard 6-3 1-6 5-1 Konta

    Eugenie Bouchard

    Huge cheers around Centre Court as a Jo Konta backhand winner is place into the empty grass vacated by a wrong-footed Eugenie Bouchard.

    She does the same again. And the crowd love it even more the second time. 

    But she's over-zealous on a forehand...and Bouchard is handed match point

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    *Bouchard 6-3 1-6 5-1 Konta

    Johanna Konta does her bit, as she attempts to find an unlikely way back into the match.

    She holds with relative ease.

    Over to you, Eugenie. 

  16. 'Konta's lack of experience showing'

    Bouchard 6-3 1-6 5-0 Konta*

    Tracy Austin

    Former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion on BBC TV

    Johanna Konta
    Quote Message: Bouchard has really raised the level of her game. She has played in more big matches and maybe that lack of experience on the big stage for Konta is showing up just marginally - it does not take much to turn a match like this. Bouchard is back at the level she was at in 2014. She is hitting strongly and she was a bit fragile last year. She is reading the ball so well.
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    Bouchard 6-3 1-6 5-0 Konta*

    A long, rather awkward, discussion between a riled-up Konta and the umpire ensues. Konta is disputing a call. She walks away, eventually, and shakes her head. The point goes to her opponent.

    A well-timed drop shot from the Canadian is undone by a double fault on the next point, but Bouchard finishes off the game with a forehand into the corner.

    One more to go. 

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    *Bouchard 6-3 1-6 4-0 Konta

    Johanna Konta

    Eugenie Bouchard calmly takes a 0-30 lead on Jo Konta's serve. She's on one now.

    Konta snatches it back to 30-all, but is wrong-footed by a sensational backhand cross-court. Another Bouchard break point.

    We go to deuce after the Canadian's forehand springs into the net, but then back to break point as Konta hits long...and then a dropshot goes carelessly into the net.

    Bouchard break to take control of this deciding set now. 

  19. Heartbreak on Court Two

    Radwanska 6-2 4-6 9-7 Konjuh

    Third seed Agnieszka Radwanska.survives a scare to go through - but there is plenty of sympathy for her beaten opponent Ana Konjuh.

    Konjuh injured her ankle with the score at 7-7 in the deciding set and bravely played on but lost the final two games and left to sympathetic applause.

    Radwanska and Konjuh
  20. Watch: Konta takes second set

    Johanna Konta with an overhead smash to take the second set. She will need to find some of that aggression again to get back in this deciding set. 

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    Video caption: Konta's overhead smash to win second set