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  1. Thomas Enqvist (Swe) / Goran Ivanisevic (Cro) bts Fernando Gonzalez (Chi) / Carlos Moya (Spa) 6-4 3-6 7-5
  2. Mariam Bolvadze (Geo) / Caty McNally (US) bts Jodie Anna Burrage (GB) / Panna Udvardy (Hun) 6-4 6-1
  3. Miomir Kecmanovic (Ser) / Casper Ruud (Nor) bts Daniel Altmaier (Ger) / Jurabek Karimov (Uzb) 6-1 6-4
  4. Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre) bts Jurabek Karimov (Uzb) (retired) 3-6 2-1
  5. Anastasia Potapova (Rus) bts Usue Maitane Arconada (US) 6-3 6-2
  6. Kenneth Raisma (Est) / Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre) bts Mattias Siimar (Est) / Anthony Jackie Tang (HK) 4-6 6-4 6-2

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By Caroline Chapman and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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    Video stream

    Right, we are going to cut the words and let the glorious HD video streams and 5 live commentary take the strain. There is a smorgasbord of doubles, wheelchair and junior action to get into.

    Be sure to come back over this way tomorrow for a bit of men's semi-final action.

    The order of play has been released. Roger Federer takes on Milos Raonic first before Andy Murray faces off against Tomas Berdych.

    It is going to be a mighty day.

    Bye for now.

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    Tracy Austin

    Former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion on BBC One

    "Serena's expectations are so high. She gives so much credit to Patrick, her coach. He's changed her game to give more top-spin on her forehand and made her understand she could be the greatest in history."

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    Tracy Austin

    Former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion on BBC One

    "Kerber is getting better as she gets older. It's what we're seeing in women's tennis. The average age of the semi-finalists was 31 years and nine months. It gives so much hope to the rest."

  4. Wear sunscreen

    Baz Luhrmann's great advice, only this man has seemingly run out. So, he goes for the next best thing - a tissue. 

    A man protects himself from the sun with a tissue
  5. Last time out

    Serena and ANgleique

    If what they served up in Australia is anything to go on, Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams have a treat in store for us on Sunday.

    Kerber prevailed 6-4 3-6 6-4 as she hustled and harried Serena, kept her moving and denied her the chance to unload on groundstrokes.

    And she celebrated the next day with a dip in the Yarra river. Great stuff.

    Angelique Kerber
  6. Kerber your enthusiasm

    Germany have their first semi-final of two today in the bag (the men have their football opportunity later). Here's the moment that Kerber heard those legendary words: game, set and the match!

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    Video caption: Kerber seals match victory
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    Tracy Austin

    Former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion on BBC One

    "Kerber handled her nerves brilliantly. Venus was fatigued, her serve wasn't as effective as it has been the rest of the fortnight. Kerber tests your movement and Venus was half a step slow."

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    Angelique Kerber on BBC Sport: "It's amazing. It's always a tough match against Venus. I'm really excited about my game and my first final here.

    "The last point was amazing, I was just trying to go for every shot.

    "It was a completely new day and I know she is playing well at the moment. Everything worked and it is a very good feeling.

    "I have a lot of experience now. I'm really enjoying my tennis life. I'm playing my best tennis.

    "This is a completely new tournament, I will give everything I can in the final."

  9. Match stats

    Kerber 6-4 6-4 V Williams

    Dust off your German stereotypes because that was a performance of ruthless efficiency from Angelique Kerber.

    She landed with 71% of her serves, winning 73% of points behind it.

    She made only 11 unforced errors compared to Venus' tally of 21.

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    Jana Novotna

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I didn't see any goodbyes from Venus. She waved to acknowledge the crowd, but it wasn't farewell."

  11. Game set and match Kerber

    Kerber 6-4 6-4 V Williams

    And that might be the shot of the match to seal it.

    Venus Williams came into the net behind a decent approach to try and save the first of two match points, but was cut off by a supreme passing shot.

    Kerber drops to her knees, stares up to her box and clenches a fist of satisfaction.

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    Video caption: Kerber seals match victory
  12. Venus holds

    *Kerber 6-4 5-4 V Williams

    Venus Williams' long service levers crank into life to deliver a service game to love.

    That might be the last time that they are needed though.

    Angelique Kerber - who had the nerves to see out victory over Venus' sister Serena at the Australian Open in January - is about to serve for her first Wimbledon final.

  13. Kerber holds

    Kerber 6-4 5-3* V Williams

    The Duchess of Cambridge - glowing almost fluorescent in a yellow dress in the Royal Box - might be back on childcare duties sooner than she would like.

    Angelique Kerber summons up the courage for dropper at 40-30 up and sticks it away perfectly. The ball checks and dies well out of Venus' reach and Kerber is just a game away.

    The Duchess of Cambridge
  14. Venus holds

    *Kerber 6-4 4-3 V Williams

    Angelique Kerber comes very close to making an extraodinary winner as she scrapes a backhand off the toes of her plimsolls.

    It drifts just over the baseline though to give Venus 40-0.

    A lightning bolt of a serve singes the Centre Court turf and seals the game.

    Venus Williams
  15. Kerber holds

    Kerber 6-4 4-2 *V Williams

    Angelique Kerber is painted into a bit of a corner at 0-30.

    But that is some canny serving.

    Three skidding tee-offs prove too foxy for Venus Williams and the German makes good her escape as she rolls away a dead-eyed forehand down the line.

    Angelique Kerber
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  17. Venus saves two more break points, holds

    *Kerber 6-4 3-2 V Williams

    Venus sees off a second break point.

    She then wastes a glorious chance to see off the danger as she nets a high mid-court bounce.

    Venus saves a third break point with a sly swat across court.

    And finally makes it home unscathed. But has she got the consistency to win the war as well as that battle?

  18. Venus saves break point, deuce

    Kerber 6-4 3-1 *V Williams

    Hawk eye

    An ugly hoick over the baseline - inevitably off the forehand - gives Angelique Kerber 30-all.

    That was an error in technique.

    But Venus follows up with an error of judgement, shouldering arms to a volley at the net and turning to see the ball drop in. 30-40 and a point for a double break for Angelique Kerber.

    Saved! Hawk-Eye rules that a whipped winner across court has smeared through the paint. 

    That was close. Had Venus lost that point it might have been curtains.

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    Tracy Austin

    Former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion on BBC Television

    Venus Williams reacts

    "I think it's fatigue. Venus has played so many more matches here than she has all year."

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    Annabel Croft

    Former British number one on Radio 5 live

    Angelique Kerber

    "The Kerber serve doesn't have a lot of pace, only 96mph, but it does a lot of damage on grass, shooting through."