The second week at Wimbledon promises to provide daily thrills with some of the game's heavyweights on course to meet each other.
The big four of Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are all through to the next round of the men's singles and could meet in the semi-finals.
Meanwhile, rising stars eager to announce their arrival on the biggest stage will be hoping to cause a major upset.
We have already seen an early shock exit for five-time champion Serena Williams. She suffered her earliest Wimbledon defeat since 2005, losing to 24th seed Alize Cornet in the third round on Saturday.
And on Friday second seed Li Na was beaten 7-6 (7-5) 7-6 (7-5) by Barbora Strycova, who will face 16th seed Caroline Wozniacki next.
We asked BBC tennis pundits to pick out the moments they are most looking forward to at SW19 in week two.
John Lloyd - Murray v Dimitrov
The prospect of Andy Murray facing Grigor Dimitrov in the quarter-finals is something I'm hugely looking forward to.
Dimitrov is an amazing player and Murray will know he is dangerous. He can defend well, attack well and he'll test Andy in ways that he hasn't been tested so far.
Andy is playing unbelievably well and I can't wait to see the young kid going after the seasoned pro, who is just so difficult to beat on this surface.
I don't think Dimitrov has enough in his game to beat Murray just now but it will be fascinating to watch him try. If it happens, it will be the match of the quarter-finals.
Tim Henman - the big four
Given the way they are playing I think there is every chance we could see the big four colliding in the men's semi-finals on Friday, with Andy Murray facing Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer taking on Rafael Nadal.
That would be absolutely fantastic to watch because it might be the last time it happens in a Grand Slam. The history of the match-ups between those four is superb. They have had so many epic matches in big tournaments all around the world.
All four of them have won it before so it would be great to watch them all slugging it out with so much at stake.
Laura Robson - the Sharapova show
I'm really excited to see whether Maria Sharapova can repeat what she did 10 years ago by winning Wimbledon for the second time.
Now that Serena Williams is out, the draw has really opened up for her and she has to be the favourite, especially after she won the French Open in Paris for her fifth Grand Slam title.
But it won't be easy for her at all. She's on course to play Eugenie Bouchard in the quarters and that would be a really tough match for both players.
Tracy Austin - the outsiders with a chance
I'm fascinated to see who comes out on top in the Ana Ivanovic-Sabine Lisicki match, which was suspended on Friday night with the German leading 6-4 1-1.
Ivanovic has had a tremendous year and I'm thrilled to see it. She has got so much confidence back and is on the verge of breaking into the top 10 again. She has won three titles, including her first grass court tournament in Birmingham a couple of weeks ago.
Lisicki doesn't seem to need to play well the rest of the year but she comes in to Wimbledon with that big serve and becomes confident. The grass just seems to jump-start her game.
Whoever wins that match has the possibility of doing some major damage in the tournament.
Andrew Castle - spotting a future star
One thing I love about week two is walking around the outside courts and watching the juniors play. I can't get enough of that.
I remember watching Eugenie Bouchard two years ago from the early rounds when she won the juniors and this year I'm looking forward to seeing Stefan Kozlov, the American who all the agents are sniffing around.
I don't really care who I am watching, I just love to see great play. I like to see people giving their heart and soul. Even if it's someone we will never hear about again, it is their big moment on the lawns of Wimbledon.