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Summary

  1. Oliver Marach (Aut) / Jelena Ostapenko (Lat) bts Dustin Brown (Ger) /Madison Brengle (US) 6-3 6-2
  2. Raven Klaasen (SA) / Rajeev Ram (US) bts Konstantin Kravchuck (Rus) / Denys Molchanov (Ukr) 7-6 6-2
  3. Christina McHale (US) / Jelena Ostapenko (Lat) bts Vania King (US) / Alla Kudryavsteva (Rus) 6-1 6-4
  4. Santiago Gonzalez (Mex) / Arantxa Santonja (Spa) bts Raven Klaasen (SA) / Raquel Atawo (US) 6-4 6-4

Live Reporting

By Caroline Chapman and Tom Fordyce

All times stated are UK

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  1. Take your pick from up to 12 courts

    We may have finished the live texting but there's still plenty of action taking place around the courts on this sunny Sunday afternoon.

    Jiri Vesely looks to be heading to victory against Joao Sousa on Court One - but maybe Sousa can fight back? Watch it here.

    You can take your pick from a range of doubles matches, including Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares in action on Court 12, via this link here.

  2. 'Definitely more relaxed' - Konta

    Frank Keogh

    BBC Sport

    Britain's Johanna Konta was among players to enjoy the different atmosphere on People's Sunday as she won her opening women's doubles match alongside Maria Sanchez.

    "It's definitely been more relaxed," she told me after enjoying a 6-4 3-6 6-4 victory on court nine over Kirsten Flipkens and Andrea Petkovic 

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  4. What a Wimbledon contrast

    Frank Keogh

    BBC Sport

    Friday - Wimbledon officials announce there will be a People's Sunday for a fourth time (previously in 1991, 1997 and 2004) to clear a backlog of matches caused by rain delays.

    Poster at Wimbledon
    Image caption: Poster at Wimbledon - the first People's Sunday
    Wimbledon Centre Court

    Sunday  The brollies were out on Centre Court again, but this time to shade the players from the bright sunshine.

    The British weather, eh? 

  5. People's Sunday: the memories

    So, we had play on the middle Sunday for the first time since 2004. On this sun-nudged afternoon we saw:

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat John Isner 19-17 in the fifth set of their epic.

    Serena breeze through with a rattling 6-3 6-0 canter against Annika Beck.

    And the electric Nick Kyrgios set up a splendid Monday afternoon showdown with Andy Murray thanks to a typically entertaining 6-3 6-7 (2-7) 6-3 6-4 win over Spanish 22nd seed Feliciano Lopez. 

    Good times.

  6. 'Zverev is a future Grand Slam winner'

    Zverev 3-6 4-6 6-4 1-6 Berdych

    BBC One

    Tomas Berdych, speaking on BBC One: "It was a very good match. Playing on Sunday, on this Centre Court, is very special. I am very pleased with the way I played and the way I handled the match.

    "I really love traditions and I get a chance to play on Centre Court on a Sunday. There's nothing better than that.

    "Zverev is a future Grand Slam winner. I am pleased to make this game. He is definitely the guy we are going to hear a lot about. I wish him all the best in the future."

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  7. 'It's been a tough week for Zverev'

    Zverev 3-6 4-6 6-4 1-6 Berdych

    Jamie Baker

    Former GB Davis Cup player on BBC One

    Zverev was up against one of the most experienced players. He is not used to being up against someone where just the slightest lapse of concentration costs you.

    It's been a really tough week with the weather. His first and second round matches were both delayed. All of that, he would never have experienced before.  

    It was an entertaining match. We saw some of the best of Tomas Berdych in those two sets. In the end, Zverev’s efforts to get this far, he just ran out of resistance.

  8. Game, set and match

    Zverev 3-6 4-6 6-4 1-6 Berdych

    The end came quickly, but Zverev has shown us enough this afternoon to believe the hype around his future. Well played the Berdman, on you fly.

    Tomas Berdych
  9. 'Berdych is using his luck'

    Simon Reed

    BBC One at Wimbledon

    A 135mph serve is the quickest from Berdych all afternoon. He has got lucky but he has used his luck so impressively in this last set.

  10. Berdych on the charge

    Zverev 3-6 4-6 6-4 1-4 Berdych

    Trouble again for the talented young German, the weariness creeping into those long legs, the groundstrokes slipping wide and long, another break offered up and seized with alacrity by the hungry Berdych. Two holds of serve away from the fourth round, the big Czech.

  11. Watson takes a whack

    British duo Naomi Broady and Heather Watson are through in the women's doubles but not everything went to plan...

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    Video caption: Watson gets hit by her partner
  12. 'One-sided on Court One'

    Vesely 6-2 6-2 Sousa

    Phil Studd

    BBC Radio 5 live at Wimbledon

    They have only been on court 50-odd minutes and already Jiri Veseley is two sets up. On paper Joao Sousa is the favourite. It's been extemely one-sided.

  13. Look who's back

    #bbctennis

    Yes, it's Britain's Marcus Willis...

  14. 'It’s good to be alive'

    Tsonga survives Isner epic

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has prolonged his day even further by kindly addressing the media after beating John Isner 19-17 in the fifth set. “It’s good to be alive," says the Frenchman. "I will have a good recovery from this one and tomorrow be fit to play again for sure."

    And did he think of his friend and compatriot Nicolas Mahut, the man who lost 70-68 to Isner six years ago? “A little bit. I was focused on the game but to be honest, once I said, ‘Wow! It’s going to be long like Nicolas.’”

  15. Berdych breaks

    Zverev 3-6 4-6 6-4 1-2 Berdych

    Every game a mini-epic now, not least for the flaws in both men's games. We come and go through deuce like a car driven via faulty satnav, until Berdych works space down Zverev's backhand side and kisses the line with his winner. How can the callow kid respond?

    Tomas Berdych
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    Linda MacDonald: Wondering which of new young guns will be first to a slam. More likely challengers to old guard.

    Adam Clowes: This lad can really serve!

    Matt Smith: Zverev could be Hansel from Zoolander

    Blue Steel, anyone?

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  17. Best action as Serena beats Beck

    In case you missed it earlier, here are the best moments from Serena Williams' straight sets victory over Annika Beck.

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2016: Best action as Serena beats Beck
  18. "First rule of tennis: watch the ball"

    Alexander Zverev probably won't want to see this again. Although it's here if he changes his mind...

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    Video caption: Zverev misses
  19. From Wales to Wimbledon

    Monday tickets queue

    Frank Keogh

    BBC Sport

    What a whirlwind weekend for Welshman Nathan Pugh, who I caught up with in the queue for Monday tickets.

    The 23-year-old Swansea City fan watched his countrymen reach the Euro 2016 semi-finals, with victory over Belgium on Friday, in a fans' zone in Cardiff.

    Now he and pals Toby Cox and Josh Walker have tickets 500, 501 and 502 in the Wimbledon queue, with the first 500 guaranteed Centre Court tickets.

    Of Wales's Euro exploits, he said: "We're just happy to be in the tournament. All this is a massive bonus."

    Nathan Pugh
    Image caption: 'You're waiting around but there's plenty to do around the queue' - Nathan Pugh
  20. Berdych not in the zone?

    Zverev 3-6 4-6 6-4 Berdych

    Jamie Baker

    Former GB Davis Cup player on BBC One

    It is well and truly game on. That was not a cry of somebody who believes they can push Berdych close. That was a cry of someone who believes they can win this match. 

    The error count from Berdych just wasn't there in the first few sets. Something has happened, probably a combination of Zverev making a few balls from the return. You talk about people being in the zone. Berdych definitely was but now something has happened and he's drifted out of it.

    Alexander Zverev