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Summary

  1. Johanna Konta beats Simona Halep 6-7 (2-7) 7-6 (7-5) 6-4 in quarter-finals
  2. Konta is first British female in the semi-finals since Virginia Wade in 1978
  3. She faces Venus Williams, who beat Ostapenko 6-3 7-5, in last four
  4. Rybarikova beats Vandeweghe 6-3 6-3
  5. Muguruza beats Kuznetsova 6-3 6-4
  6. Djokovic beats Mannarino to reach men's last eight

Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell!

    So, that is that for today... the live action at least.

    You can watch Today at Wimbledon on BBC Two or if you retreat to the BBC Tennis page.

    And here's the order of play for Wednesday:

    Centre Court:

    Murray v Querrey (13:00 BST)

    Raonic v Federer

    Court One:

    Muller v Cilic (13:00 BST)

    Berdych v Djokovic

  2. A speechless semi-finalist

    Magdalena Rybarikova

    Magdalena Rybarikova, who will now play Garbine Muguruza, speaking to BBC Sport: "I really cannot believe it. I would never believe I could reach the semi-final before this tournament. I am so happy and grateful.

    "It was a very difficult time over the last year with my injuries but now everything has paid off. It is incredible, I am speechless.

    "I was afraid of how I was going to play here. This is Wimbledon. I was very focussed and here I am.

    "Muguruza impressed me a lot today, I am not the favourite again but let's see."

  3. 'She handled it so much better'

    Tracy Austin

    Former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion on BBC TV

    Rybarikova had not one, but two surgeries last year and was ranked outside the top 400 as recently as March.

    She handled the situation so much better. Stayed calm, composed and Coco got very rattled.

  4. Game, set and match Rybarikova

    Rybarikova 6-3 6-3 Vandeweghe

    Rybarikova gets a good first serve in.

    The second point is more contentious with Vandeweghe arguing over a call with the umpire.

    "What are you talking about? I'm in play. You're totally wrong."

    Basically, it seems she was arguing over a point that was challenged but was called in. We will no doubt get an explanation from the American later.

    Anyway, it's 30-0 which becomes 40-0.

    Three match points. The first is taken via another error from her opponent who is too long with her return.

    Magdalena Rybarikova - world number 87 - is through her first ever Grand Slam singles semi-final.

    Magdalena Rybarikova
  5. Vandeweghe survives...for now

    *Rybarikova 6-3 5-3 Vandeweghe

    Saved again.

    It's the 100th deuce or something.

    Now it's advantage Vandeweghe after she forces an error from Rybarikova.

    But...no... no buts.... she holds.

    The American showed aggression with her shot-making and it paid off.

    However, Rybarikova will now serve for the match.

    Rybarikova makes an error
  6. Post update

    Rybarikova 6-3 5-2 Vandeweghe

    Rybarikova is sweating - maybe she isn't that cool after all.

    She's 30-0 up and two points from a place in the Grand Slam semis for the first time.

    Vanderweghe pulls to points back but then produces an atrocious smash which is...well... very inaccurate.

    Match point.

    Saved.

    Vanderweghe forehand is too good for her opponent... but wait.

    Second match point after Vandeweghe finds the net with an easy volley.

    Saved again after her brave approach to the net pays off.

    Another match point after Rybarikova produces a great forehand down the line...

  7. Rybarikova on the brink

    Rybarikova 6-3 5-2 Vandeweghe*

    This is so, so easy for Rybarikova.

    The Slovak holds to love with American Vandeweghe seemingly having given up. It's so strange - her returns are missing by miles.

    Coach Pat Cash is watching - a penny for his thoughts.

    Magdalena Rybarikova
  8. Vandeweghe broken

    *Rybarikova 6-3 4-2 Vandeweghe

    Coco stutter!

    Twice the American opens up and goes wide with a forehand - that's 22 unforced errors! In this match, not this game. Clearly.

    It should be have been 0-40 but Rybarikova's lob is weak and picked off.

    However, Vandeweghe, who must be collecting double faults - do you get vouchers for a certain number? - produces two double faults to gift her opponent the game.

    She's broken. In more ways than one.

    Coco Vandeweghe
  9. Post update

    *Rybarikova 6-3 3-2 Vandeweghe

    Slovak Rybarikova is graceful from the back of the court - her groundstrokes kick off the surface and dumbfound her American rival.

    Vandeweghe reduces the deficit to 40-30 after her opponent fails to pick up a drop-shot, and then produces a flat angled return that eludes the reach of Vandeweghe.

    It's deuce. However, a good challenge by Rybarikova and an error by Vandeweghe sees Rybarikova hold.

    That was a tricky game for the Slovak.

  10. Kick off

    Rybarikova 6-3 2-2 Vandeweghe*

    We are back under way. Rybarikova is serving.

  11. More of the story so far...

    Rybarikova 6-3 2-2 Vandeweghe

    Coco Vandeweghe

    OK, a bit more detail.

    World numero 25 Coco Vandeweghe - who reached this stage two years ago and reached the Aussie semis this year - had a bit of a mare' in the first set, especially with her serve.

    Former Wimbers winner Pat Cash, who coaches the American, looked somewhat perplexed by it all sitting inside Court One.

    Magdalena Rybarikova - the current world number 87 - had been playing the match like she was out for a Sunday hit with her next-door neighbour while discussing the pros and cons of cryptocurrency. In other words, she was pretty relaxed but focused.

    That helped her ease through her service games.

    The second set has been slightly different - they both broke each other and it became a much tighter contest.

    There are one or two people creeping back into the main arena.

  12. The story so far...

    Rybarikova 6-3 2-2 Vandeweghe

    Magdalena Rybarikova

    Rybarikova won the first set. It's 2-2 in the second set.

    Right, that's enough - they are both here.

    Hey Centre Court fans where did you go? These two have travelled a million miles from rain-swept Court One to be here.

  13. 'An absolute classic'

    Former British number one Jeremy Bates: "One of the best matches I've seen, an absolute classic. The closed roof makes it a cauldron. Everyone was mesmerised.

    "Halep just couldn't keep up with her. What a tournament, she has done a great job."

  14. 'Both players were incredible'

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Double Olympic gold medallist Max Whitlock: "That is one of the best sporting events I have seen, both players were incredible.

    "It was so close, the atmosphere was so tense and she fought through it."

  15. 'Konta was machine like!'

    Konta wins

    Annabel Croft

    Former British number one on Radio 5 live

    Konta

    Not even a flicker of emotion from Jo, that's how she can cope with it . I have seen her have some meltdowns when under intense pressure, but she has learnt. She has been done as much work on the mental side of her game as she has technique.

    In the third set you saw that. She took her game to another level and there was no breaking through for Simona Halep. You could see her body language shift.

    Konta was machine like.

  16. 'Jo was the aggressor'

    Billie Jean King

    Six-time Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    It got shaky off and on but you knew it was going to be a close match. Jo had to be the aggressor.

  17. Get involved

    #bbctennis or text 81111

    Sean Foley: What an absolute classic! We will be seeing highlights of that for years to come

    John-Paul Wares: Congrats @JoKonta91 that was elite level tennis at its finest. So pleased my girls got to see. You have 2 new fans.

    Simon Richardson: What a match! Incredible intensity and brutal hitting. Konta's angles won it in the end. Deserved standing ovation for both.

  18. Post update

    Johanna Konta on her semi-final opponent, Venus Williams: "I definitely feel age isn't a factor with Venus. She's a tremendous champion and I feel humbled to share a court with her."

    Johanna Konta
  19. Post update

    We've still got more tennis to come, folks!

    Coco Vandeweghe will continue her match against Magdalena Rybarikova very shortly.