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By Saj Chowdhury, Becky Grey and Mike Henson

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  1. Farewell

    Thank you for reading.

    We will be back on Thursday with:

    Cameron Norrie

    Jo Konta

    Kyrgios v Nadal

    Clarke v Federer

    Serena Williams

    Ash Barty

    and....

    Andy Murray

  2. Get Involved

    #bbctennis

    Ashley Gorman: Cori "Coco" Gauff is my hero.

    Omar Matar: Coco Gauff superstar! Confidence beyond her years.

    Margie: Oh my goooood!! She's only 15 years old , you guys!!! Put your hands together for this talented , gifted, class player. A-maz-ing. Stunned.

  3. 'I think I can beat anyone who's across the court'

    Gauff 6-3 6-3 Rybarikova

    Coco Gauff said after her win:

    "I think I played well, especially on the pressure points. She was serving amazing so it was hard to return sometimes.

    "There's so much going on. I'm still shocked that I'm even here.

    "I think I can beat anyone who's across the court. If I don't think I can win the match then I won't even step on the court."

    Coco Gauff hits a forehand
  4. 'Gauff is the favourite against Hercog'

    Gauff 6-3 6-3 Rybarikova

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC TV

    Hopefully her parents will handle this well.

    There will be enormous offers and sponsorships galore.

    The way she's playing and acts - there aren't many players she will lose to.

    Coco Gauff is the favourite going into the match against Polona Hercog.

  5. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 6-3 Rybarikova

    This is not just us on the Coco Gauff bandwagon, this really is quite a special player. She has THE all-round game, at the age of 15.

    Just plain daft.

    Slovenia's Polona Hercog is her next vic... opponent.

  6. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 6-3 Rybarikova

    Chanda Rubin

    American former world number six at Wimbledon

    It's a tough day for Rybarikova who actually played good tennis at times.

    What an excellent serving performance from Gauff. She again stayed so calm under pressure.

    Magdalena Rybarikova
  7. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 6-3 Rybarikova

    Chris Bradnam

    BBC Sport commentator at Wimbledon

    The newest star shines a little brighter. Coco Gauff backs up the amazing win against Venus Wimbledon with a win against Magdalena Rybarikova and she did it with such style, such composure and such class.

    Coco Gauff
  8. Game, set and match Gauff

    Gauff 6-3 6-3 Rybarikova

    How about that?

  9. Match point

    Gauff 6-3 5-3 Rybarikova*

    Double fault.

    The crowd get excited.

    The parents don't.

    Coco Gauff
  10. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 5-3 Rybarikova*

    Ace.

    Good start under this sort of pressure.

    But she then goes wide looking for a forward winner.

    Deuce.

  11. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 5-3 Rybarikova*

    However, Gauff - like any potential great champions to be - takes the game to deuce.

    Has Rybarikova got anything left in the tank?

    Coco Gauff runs for the ball
  12. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 5-3 Rybarikova*

    Win with a break?

    Rybarikova is doing her best to make her serve for the win.

    The Slovak tries to swat away her opponent at the net but finds it difficult before Gauff finds the net.

    A sense of relief is etched on Rybarikova's face.

    40-15.

  13. Gauff is one game from victory

    Gauff 6-3 5-3 Rybarikova*

    Have to disagree with the comparisons to Venus Williams, Coco Gauff moves across the court and plays like Steffi Graf.

    Anyway, the 15-year-old moves to 30-0 up before sending her opponent out wide and delivering a backhand winner.

    Three game points.

    Love hold with another big serve.

    Coco Gauff
  14. Sevastova out

    Collins 4-6 6-4 6-3 Sevastova

    Another late evening upset in the women's draw!

    Latvian 12th seed Anastasija Sevastova took the first set against American world number 34 Danielle Collins but was broken twice in the final set to bring her Wimbledon journey to an early end.

    Collins will play 24th seed Petra Martic in the third round.

    Anastasija Sevastova
  15. Post update

    *Gauff 6-3 4-3 Rybarikova

    Gauff slips on the next point. Looks nasty, and Rybarikova asks if she's OK.

    She is.

    The Slovak's kindness is rewarded as she holds.

    She needed that.

  16. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 4-2 Rybarikova*

    Chanda Rubin

    American former world number six at Wimbledon

    At the end of some of these rallies, Gauff takes deep breaths and settles down. A lot of players forget to breathe. That's a big part of staying relaxed in these moments.

  17. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 4-2 Rybarikova*

    Rybarikova throws her racquet in the air again as she fluffs up a slice in an attempt to out-slice her opponent.

    15-15.

    She tries the same thing again after a rally and again fails.

    15-30.

  18. Post update

    Gauff 6-3 4-2 Rybarikova*

    Gauff plays two Get Out Of Jail cards with two great serves.

    Mature and phenomenal.

    Two games.

    Coco Gauff serves
  19. Upset on Court Three

    Keys 2-6 4-6 Hercog

    Seventeenth seed Madison Keys reached the French Open quarter-finals last month but she'll have no such run here.

    The American has lost in straight sets to Slovenian world number 60 Polona Hercog. Hercog will play the winner of this match between Gauff and Rybarikova.

    Polona Hercog