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Summary

  1. Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) bts Marcos Baghdatis (Cyp) 6-3, 6-2, 6-1
  2. Agnieszka Radwanska (Pol) bts Christina McHale (US) 5-7 7-6 6-3
  3. Milos Raonic (Can) bts Mikhail Youzhny (Rus) 3-6 7-6 6-4 7-5
  4. Caroline Wozniacki (Den) bts Tsvetana Pironkova (Bul) 6-3 6-4

Live Reporting

By Caroline Chapman and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    We're just about done tapping the keyboards over here, but we'll leave you with all the best bits from day four in this nifty little video

    Until tomorrow...

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2017: Dimitrov's splits, Hacker & a hawk and LVG in day four funnies
  2. What you might have missed today

    The headlines from day four as follows:

  3. Post update

    BBC Two NOW for Today at Wimbledon.

    GO, GO, GO!

  4. Still in play...

    There are three singles matches still in session, which you can watch over here.

    Caroline Wozniacki is a set up against Tsvetana Pironkova on court two

    Meanwhile, American Jack Sock is 2-1 down against Sebastian Ofner on court six, while Andrey Rublev v Albert Ramos-Vinolas has gone to a fifth set decider on court 18.

  5. Watch Kerber's match-winning lob

    Angelique Kerber draws Kirsten Flipkens to the net and then lobs it right over her to take match point in style.

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    Video caption: Watch Kerber's winning moment
  6. 'My rhythm is back'

    Angelique Kerber on BBC Two: "She [Flipkens] played well, going to the net and playing old tennis serve and volley.

    "But I did a good job today, the last few games in the second set, I played some really good tennis and feel my rhythm is back and I am fighting for every single point."

    Angelique Kerber and Kirsten Flipkens
  7. Post update

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "John McEnroe, if you started playing again, what would your world ranking be...in the women's game?"

    Oh heck, it's all kicking off on 6-love-6.

    Listen to BBC Radio 5 live here.

  8. Post update

    Annabel Croft

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    That was so enjoyable, what a fabulous match to watch, full of creativity and flair. We saw volleys, we saw some unbelievable drop shots from both of them. Great fun. Kerber battled so hard and ran so much.

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    Video caption: Watch Kerber's winning moment
  9. Game, set and match

    Kerber 7-5 7-5 Flipkens

    Sealed with a lob, top seed Angelique Kerber is through.

    The players embrace at the net, both smiling. That's great to see. They both some great stuff at the end.

    Court One stands to applaud both from the arena.

    Angelique Kerber
  10. Post update

    *Kerber 7-5 6-5 Flipkens

    First break point saved by Kerber with a sensational drop shot.

    This is terrific stuff now.

    Oh. What was I saying?

    Flipkens misses a sitter of a volley and that brings up match point for the world number one...

  11. Post update

    *Kerber 7-5 6-5 Flipkens

    Kerber is apologising but I don't think she means it as she clips the tape with a forehand and the ball dribbles over.

    Kirsten Flipkens

    Flipkens picks up the ball and gives it a stern talking to.

    The Belgian is much happier now! What a volley. Break point to Flipkens...

  12. 'A1 shot from Federer'

    There's making your opponent move around the court and then there's Roger sending his opponent into the stands.

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    Video caption: 'A1 from Federer'
  13. Kerber breaks again

    *Kerber 7-5 6-5 Flipkens

    Angelique Kerber may be a little annoyed she isn't back in the locker room by now after missing that chance to serve this out.

    She rattles a return right onto the shoelaces of her opponent and Flipkens can do nothing with it. That's the way to take out your frustration.

    It brings up break point and again the German gets the ball to awkwardly dip low to Flipkens at the net.

    Kerber breaks. She'll serve for the match for a second time.

  14. 'It will be another great day in the Federer house'

    More from Roger Federer: "My parents support me and see me play often and today they were delighted to be invited into the royal box. They were with Tim Henman’s parents and the Middletons' - who they have got to know over the years.

    "I can relax on a day off tomorrow, it's one of those days where everyone will understand that I can lie on my couch and relax and watch tennis and not play with my kids as much as I normally do.

    "But I’m sure it will be another great day in the Federer house."

    Roger Federer
  15. Watch Federer's winning moment

    It was his second serve but he serves out with an ace to clinch match point, what else?

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    Video caption: Roger Federer's winning moment
  16. 'I couldn't get rid of the nerves'

    Roger Federer speaking on BBC Two: "I struggled early on, I couldn’t get rid of the nerves and struggled to find my rhythm. I got back into the game after that and broke him; I started to play freely.

    "I should feel comfortable here, and I do, but the problem is on grass if you’re struggling it can take a while. I wasn’t too worried.

    "Nerves are a funny thing, sometimes you get horribly nervous and other times it’s a piece of cake. I'm happy it happened in the second round."

  17. Friday's order of play

    Here's how we are shaping up on Centre Court tomorrow:

    • Azarenka v Watson (13:00 BST)
    • Nadal v Khachanov
    • Murray v Fognini

    And on Court One:

    • Johnson v Cilic
    • Konta v Sakkari
    • Osaka v Williams
  18. Flipkens breaks back

    Kerber 7-5 5-5 Flipkens*

    Maybe there is more in this match?!

    Flipkens puts away a smash to bring up two break points.

    "Come on," she roars to the crowd.

    And she does takes the first break point! On we go!

  19. Post update

    Peter Fleming

    Seven-time Grand Slam doubles champion on BBC TV

    Roger Federer has the willingness to rest, to take time off and to keep his life in balance. I think that is what he does better than anyone else.