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Alex Bysouth

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  1. Until next time

    So after a day that saw Wimbledon greats Roger Federer and Serena Williams ease seamlessly into the next round, and that witnessed seeds continuing to tumble, it's time for us to sign off.

    Exits for Venus Williams and Madison Keys mean just two of the top 10 players in the women's draw remain in the championships.

    Fourth seed Alexander Zverev scraped through in the men's draw, while there were also wins for eighth seed Kevin Anderson and Gael Monfils.

    Still craving a Wimbledon fix? Then get stuck into these reports below, or watch Today at Wimbledon above.

  2. And here's the Centre Court line-up...

    Centre Court order of play on day six
  3. Edmund 'in good shape mentally'


    British number one Kyle Edmund faces Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon in the third round on Centre Court on Saturday, in what is the biggest match of the championships so far.

    Edmund has achieved another milestone by reaching the last 32 at Wimbledon for the first time and is carrying British hopes in the singles.

    Coach Fredrik Rosengren said: "He is in unbelievably good shape mentally. We talk a lot about that, to enjoy it.

    "Sometimes we all forget the joy of playing. This is so important. I said to Kyle: 'I have the best profession in the world, I'm happy every day to get out of bed and work with you'."

  4. Game and second set - Novak

    Novak 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 Raonic

    Dennis Novak has pulled level with 13th seed Milos Raonic by taking the second set 6-4 - this one looks set to go deep into the Wimbledon evening...

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    Video caption: Dennis Novak levels up taking the second set in 6-4 against Milos Raonic
  5. Clijsters' World Cup history

    Kim Clijsters is a four-time Grand Slam champion and her dad Lei Clijsters (who died aged 52 in 2009) was a centre-back who played for Belgium in the 1986 and 1990 World Cups.

    "I was three when my dad was at Mexico ’86 and seven when they were played at Italia ‘90. They reached the semis in Mexico. I remember I had photos and the atmosphere and the vibe in Belgium – in my home town was incredible," said Kim.

    "When he had injuries I could work out with him with a stopwatch – I went with him to the forest and timed him running up a hill. It created a bond between us. When he became a coach I would go to games and scout players. I was his buddy - ride in the car and watch videos of the games.

    "Vincent Kompany wrote the nicest letter when my father passed away. He’s incredible. Those kind of things tells you a lot about people.

    "I like the coach Roberto Martinez. And I think assistant Thierry Henry doesn’t get enough credit. That to me is surprising."

    Belgium currently lead Brazil 2-0 in their World Cup quarter-final, which you can watch on BBC One or follow here.

    Lei Clijsters in action during the 1990 World Cup against Uruguay
    Image caption: Lei Clijsters in action during the 1990 World Cup against Uruguay
  6. Serena still going strong

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    Video caption: Serena Williams Best Shots

    As the oldest woman left in the draw, after her 38-year-old sister Venus was knocked out on Friday, Serena Williams is still leaving the younger players behind.

    And despite her seeding of 25, and her world ranking of 181, the 36-year-old is looking every bit the player to beat.

    "It doesn't really matter who I am playing," she said. "Every opponent is playing their 'A' game as we are seeing in this tournament with the top players going out. Technically I'm not a top player but I have the wins of one."

  7. Raonic a break down

    *Novak 6-7 (5-7) 4-3 Raonic

    Milos Raonic is now a break down in the second set, trailing Dennis Novak 4-2 after taking the first in a tie-break. This one might not be finishing tonight.

  8. 'I told myself I had nothing to lose'

    V. Williams 2-6 6-6 (7-3) 6-8 Bertens

    Kiki Bertens knocked out Venus Williams earlier, here's what she had to say: "It means a lot, I cannot really believe it. It was a tough match, a big fight but I am so happy I won this one.

    "I lost in Miami earlier in the season and I had match point, so that came into my mind sometimes, but I told myself ‘keep going, this is the third round of Wimbledon, you have never been to the forth, you have nothing to lose and go for your shots.'

    "It is tough to play aggressively on grass for me but I did it well so I am proud.

    "I will have a little celebration, rest a little, but I can celebrate a little because I am in the second week of Wimbledon."

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    Video caption: Kiki Bertens beats Venus Williams in three sets to progress to the second week
  9. Tennis or football?

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    Video caption: Wimbledon stars play tennis or football quiz
  10. Watch Federer unleash the 'SABR'

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    Video caption: Federer charges to the net as Struff serves and wins the point

    Here's Roger Federer at his impudent, brilliant best...

    He brings out the SABR (sneak attack by Roger), charging to the net as Jan-Lennard Struff serves before putting away a volley to win the point.

  11. Zverev recovers to go through

    Fourth seed Alexander Zverev beat Taylor Fritz 6-4 5-7 6-7 6-1 6-2 earlier in the last of the men's second round matches after a suspension in play overnight.

    Play was halted because of bad light on Thursday with world number three Zverev two sets to one behind on Court One.

    But the German bounced back in emphatic style to win the following two sets as American Fritz, ranked 68th, struggled to regain his form.

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    Video caption: Alexander Zverev beats Taylor Fritz in five set match
  12. 'Raonic wasn't great'

    Novak 6-6 (5-7) Raonic

    Tim Henman

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    Novak will be disappointed. But for a few serves at the end Raonic wasn't great.

    The sign of a good player is when you can win a set like that when you haven't played particularly well.

  13. Game and first set - Raonic

    Novak 6-7 (5-7) Raonic

    Thirteenth seed Milos Raonic was 4-1 down in the opening set, but has fought back to win it on a tie-break against Dennis Novak.

    The winner of this one plays the winner of Guido Pella and Mackenzie McDonald's match, with the American currently two sets up in that one.

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    Video caption: Milos Raonic takes the first set from Dennis Novak after being 4-1 down
  14. 'We don't care what you have to say'

    Marion Bartoli has sparked a feud with 15th seed Nick Kyrgios after she told BBC Radio 5 live's 6 love 6 she does not believe the Australian and Frenchman Gael Monfils have the right work ethic to win a Grand Slam.

    "It's pathetic. It seems like they can't grow up," she said.

    Kyrgios has today responded on Instagram:

    "Yesterday Marion Bartoli had to say some nice things about Gael Monfils and myself. They’re ‘pathetic,’ ‘children,’ they ‘can’t become men,’ ‘wasting their life’ - Who are you to judge the way we go about things? Who are you to tell us how to do things, when u have no idea what we’ve been through?

    "Stop assuming you know what’s best for others when you think you’ve had a little success. We get it, we know you have to remain relevant, but I’ll give you a heads up, we don’t care what you have to say."

    Hmmmm. That post would suggest otherwise, Nick.

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  15. More highlights from day five

    • Five-time champion and ninth seed Venus Williams is out after losing a three-set thriller to Kiki Bertens.
    • Tenth seed Madison Keys is also out after losing to qualifier Evgeniya Rodina.
    • Seven-time champion Serena Williams won again, beating Kristina Mladenovic.
    • Men's fourth seed Alexander Zverev resumed his second-round match two sets to one behind but dominated American Taylor Fritz to progress.
    • Eighth seed Kevin Anderson beat German Philipp Kohlschreiber.
  16. Monfils beats Querrey in four sets

    Gael Monfils produced some fine tennis after going a set down and having to take a medical timeout to beat Sam Querrey in four, the Frenchman was at his flamboyant best in that one.

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    Video caption: Gael Monfils knows out 11th seed Sam Querrey
  17. Tennis is for everyone


    Imagine what it must be like to face the likes of Roger Federer or Serena Williams!

    Watch these kids 'take them on' and some more of their tennis heroes...

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2018: Tennis for everyone - kids 'take on their tennis heroes'

    ...and find out how you can get into tennis with the Get Inspired guide.

  18. Post update

    Right, among the absolute feast of sporting delights we're serving up for you today, there's some news in the football...

    Belgium have just gone 2-0 up against Brazil in their World Cup quarter-final.

    It's live on BBC One, or you can follow it via our live text here.