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  1. Semi-final: Heather Watson loses to Caroline Wozniacki 6-2 3-6 7-5
  2. Johanna Konta withdraws from her match because of a back injury
  3. Dane Wozniacki faces Karolina Pliskova in Saturday's final
  4. Djokovic v Medvedev & Gasquet v Monfils in men's semi-finals

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye!

    Three more sleeps! Three more sleeps!! That's all we have got left tennis fans... And then we will wake up to Wimbledon 2017.

    See you then, bright and breezy.

    In the meantime make sure you stay across the BBC Sport website for all the latest news (including any major injury stories...) before Monday. Cheerio!

  2. Injury worries for British number ones

    Of course Karolina Pliskova hasn't played today because her opponent Johanna Konta - the British number one, of course - pulled out of their semi-final with a back injury suffered against Angelique Kerber yesterday.

    And she isn't the only Brit to suffer a pre-Wimbledon injury scare. Andy Murray has been spotted limping during a practice session today.

    Ones to watch.

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    Video caption: Andy Murray limping at pre-Wimbledon practice session
  3. 'I've been grinding all week'

    Watson 2-6 6-3 5-7 Wozniacki

    Caroline Wozniacki after her semi-final win against Heather Watson: "It could have gone both ways. We had played twice before and they were close matches so I knew it would be difficult today. I got a little lucky.

    "She is a good player, has a great volley, mixes it up and serves well on grass, so a lot of credit to her."

    On her injury: "We've played seven sets in a day and a half, it is a lot but I'm happy to be through to the final."

    On meeting Karolina Pliskova for the first time on grass: "She will be more rested since she did not play today but I'll do my best. I've been out there grinding and fighting all week. I hope that can continue."

  4. Wozniacki through to Eastbourne final

    Watson 2-6 6-3 5-7 Wozniacki

    While Watson has another day's rest of Wimbledon, perhaps needed after playing twice yesterday, Wozniacki faces third seed Karolina Pliskova in tomorrow's final.

    But the 26-year-old Dane doesn't seem overly thrilled at the prospect of another match in her post-match interview.

    She was struggling with an abdominal injury during this semi-final remember.

  5. Post update

    Watson 2-6 6-3 5-7 Wozniacki

    A huge roar of support as Heather Watson walks off court. Despite this loss, it has been an encouraging week for the British number three ahead of Wimbledon.

    Some massive wins against the likes of defending champion Dominika Cibulkova, Russian 14th seed Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and 20th-ranked Strycova will put her back on the verge of the top 100.

  6. Game, set and match - Wozniacki

    Watson 2-6 6-3 5-7 Wozniacki

    "Come on!" shouts Wozniacki as she earns two match points.

    The former world number one blows the first as she is too keen with a backhand that flies over the baseline.

    But she grabs the second when Watson bats a forehand into the net after a baseline rally.

  7. Post update

    *Watson 2-6 6-3 5-6 Wozniacki

    Watson must again serve to stay in the tournament. Wozniacki holds as a couple of unforced forehand errors from Watson hand over the game.

  8. Post update

    Watson 2-6 6-3 5-5 Wozniacki*

    Even a hammer and chisel would struggle to separate these two women at the moment.

    A clenched fist from Watson greets a Wozniacki forehand into the tramlines, then there is another when she drills a backhand down the line.

    But 30-0 becomes 30-15 as Wozniacki uses the technology to prove a cheeky lob does dust the baseline.

    Will that rattle Watson's nerves? Nah. She serves out to switch the pressure back onto the Dane...

  9. Post update

    *Watson 2-6 6-3 4-5 Wozniacki

    A confident hold from former world number one Wozniacki puts her within a game of the Eastbourne final.

    The Dane races into a 40-0 lead, Watson battling to stay in a rally and being forced out wide before hitting into the net-post.

    Pressure back on Watson's shoulders...

  10. Post update

    Watson 2-6 6-3 4-4 Wozniacki*

    Watson must hold her serve here. The crowd holds its breath as Wozniacki asks questions of Watson's mental state at 30-30.

    Watson answers them in style, digging in to stay in a baseline rally as Wozniacki finally crumbles.

    Game point... Watson thinks she has nailed it with a forehand down the line. So does the line-judge. Wozniacki doesn't. Nor does Hawk-eye.

    Deuce it is. Not for long as Watson rattles off a forehand winner and then Wozniacki goes long.

  11. Post update

    *Watson 2-6 6-3 3-4 Wozniacki

    We're getting to the business end of this match. Wozniacki controls her service game reasonably comfortably, apart from when Watson gallops forward to hit a net volley winner for 40-30.

    But Wozniacki pulls out a booming serve when she needs it to hold.

    Both players take huge swigs of water as they contemplate their next moves...

  12. Post update

    Watson 2-6 6-3 3-3 Wozniacki*

    Watson has played much more aggressively in the past couple of sets, moving forward from the baseline and not letting Wozniacki have as much time on her shots.

    But it doesn't work as well in this game, Wozniacki staying in touch to force deuce. A timely ace gives Watson advantage as she goes on to hold.

  13. Post update

    Watson 2-6 6-3 2-3 Wozniacki

    Watson keeps jabbing away in the fifth game of the deciding set, a neat drop-shot helping her get back to 40-30.

    She can't palm Wozniacki off again though, a stretching forehand looping up into the tramlines.

    Wozniacki's dad Piotr - her coach - comes down to the sideline for a chat in the changeover. If I could speak Polish I could tell you what he said. I can't.

  14. Wozniacki breaks back

    Watson 2-6 6-3 2-2 Wozniacki*

    Oh dear. Oh dear, oh dear. The pressure seems to have grabbed hold of Watson's mind and her racquet.

    Double faults bookend Watson's service game as Wozniacki instantly levels.

    That noise-o-meter in Eastbourne? Plummeted close to zero.

  15. Post update

    *Watson 2-6 6-3 2-1 Wozniacki

    Watson fist-pumps as the decibel level zooms north inside Eastbourne's main court.

    Wozniacki is still being bothered by that injury though, the trainer comes back on for the world number six.

  16. Watson breaks

    *Watson 2-6 6-3 2-1 Wozniacki

    Aye aye. Watson is staring a break of serve flush in the face...

    The British number three carefully eyeballs a high ball, smashing it safety for a break point.

    She's got it! Wozniacki meekly taps a forehand into the bottom of the net.

  17. Post update

    Watson 2-6 6-3 1-1 Wozniacki

    Can Watson hold it? Yes she can!

    A neat overhead puts her 30-15 ahead, a weak return into the net from Wozniacki leaving her a point away from the hold.

    Cripes. She coughs up a double fault. A few more concerned murmurs from the home crowd.

    Don't panic. Watson doesn't. She wallops a beauty of a cross-court forehand onto the sideline to safety.

  18. Post update

    *Watson 2-6 6-3 0-1 Wozniacki

    Wozniacki serves first in the decider as she aims to reach her second Eastbourne final since winning the thing in 2009.

    She eases 40-15 ahead, Watson makes her think at 40-30, but the Dane holds with an arrow of a backhand down the line.

  19. Post update

    Watson 2-6 6-3 Wozniacki

    Who's fancies a deciding set shootout then? Excellent. Here we go...

  20. Game and second set - Watson

    Watson 2-6 6-3 Wozniacki

    Right then, Watson serves for the set. Not always the easiest of tasks for the British number three.

    A few groans from the Eastbourne crowd as she hits the net for 30-30. Don't worry folks.

    Wozniacki helps her out with a loose return from the back of the court, then Watson takes her set point with a blistering first serve down the middle that the Dane can't direct back.