Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko and Timothy Abraham

All times stated are UK

Get involved

  1. Also on Friday...

    It's Brits versus Brit in the mixed doubles semi-final.

    Jay Clarke and Harriet Dart join forces to take on Jamie Murray, who is partnered by Victoria Azarenka.

    Meanwhile, Jack Draper - son of former LTA chief executive Roger - becomes the first player to reach the boys' singles semi-finals since Kyle Edmund in 2013. The 16-year-old faces Colombia's fifth seed Nicolas Mejia.

    Alfie Hewett is currently in action in the men's wheelchair singles semi-final, and will join Gordon Reid later for the doubles.

  2. So why aren't the youngsters breaking through?

    .

    The wait for a Grand Slam winner born in the 1990s goes on, with Rafael Nadal, 32, Novak Djokovic, 31, Kevin Anderson, 32 and John Isner, 33 flying the flag for the old brigade on Friday.

    Looking at the record books, Swiss player Stanislas Wawrinka is the only player since 2001 who was older than 25 when he won his first Grand Slam. Roger Federer, Nadal and Djokovic were under 22 when they won their first majors. World number seven Dominic Thiem, 24, came close in May when he lost to 'King of Clay' Nadal in the French Open final.

    So why have the next generation not broken through? Do they apply themselves like the more experienced players? Are we experiencing a freak period in men's tennis?

    Saj Chowdhury searches for the answers here.

  3. The Over 30s Club

    Djokovic

    This will be the first time in the Open Era that the men’s singles semi-finals at a Grand Slam have been contested exclusively by a quartet of 30-somethings.

    Kevin Anderson and John Isner have both recorded their best Grand Slam results - Anderson by reaching the final at the 2017 US Open and Isner at Wimbledon this year - since turning 30.

    Rafael Nadal is through to a Grand Slam semi-final for the fifth time since turning 30, but this is Novak Djokovic's first appearance at this stage of a major since the big 3.0.

  4. Coming up on Friday

    Centre Court

    It's the men's semi-finals! And we've a couple of crackers in store, with a battle of the heavyweight servers to be followed by tennis' most enduring rivalry as Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic meet for a record 52nd time.

    Let's get stuck in...

  5. And then there were four...

    Men