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By Becky Grey, Emma Sanders and Harry Poole

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  1. Bye!

    What a way to end the day. The 15-year-old sensation that is Coco Gauff's dream Grand Slam debut continues.

    The world number 313 saved two match points to beat world number 60 Polona Hercog and book her place in the fourth round.

    If you missed that piece of history, you can read all about it here.

    Coco Gauff jumps with her arms in the air in celebration
  2. Sprinklers, rage and Coco

    It's been quite a day at the All England Club!

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2019: Sprinklers, rage & Coco - The day when the fun never stopped
  3. Tomorrow's order of play

    Here's what you've got to look forward to tomorrow:

    Centre Court:

    Ash Barty v Harriet Dart

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Rafael Nadal

    Lucas Pouille v Roger Federer

    Court One:

    Serena Williams v Julia Goerges

    Sloane Stephens v Johanna Konta

    Joao Sousa v Dan Evans

    And Andy Murray and Serena Williams will be starting their mixed doubles campaign - their court is to be arranged.

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    Image caption: Three British players are in action tomorrow
  4. 'Might make it on TV'

    Skupski & Jurak 6-3 3-6 4-6 Siegemund & Sitak

    Britain's Ken Skupski on his opponents being soaked by a sprinkler in his mixed doubles defeat earlier: "The sprinkler head behind the umpire's chair just popped up. You hear it, it's an unusual sound, and then 100 gallons of water just started nailing them.

    "Fortunately the water was spraying on the other side. I've seen clips on YouTube of it happening at tournaments but not at Wimbledon, so that was unexpected.

    "And to move courts and start straight away in a bit of a different environment, that was a bit unusual, but at least we might make it onto the TV tonight."

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    Video caption: A rogue sprinkler sends doubles partners scurrying during a break
  5. Day five in video

    A few of the best bits from today for you.

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    Video caption: Five of the best shots from Pella's surprise win over Anderson

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    Video caption: Watch highlights from Djokovic's hard-fought victory over Hurkacz

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    Video caption: Zhang beat Wozniacki to go through to the fourth round

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    Video caption: The winning moment as Halep beats Azarenka in straight sets
  6. Highlights as Djokovic wins

    Djokovic 7-5 6-7 (5-7) 6-1 6-4 Hurkacz

    Defending champion and world number one Novak Djokovic withstood fierce pressure from Hubert Hurkacz to advance to the fourth round earlier today.

    The Serb prevailed 7-5 6-7 (5-7) 6-1 6-4 against the 22-year-old Pole, who he beat in straight sets at the French Open in June.

    It was a battle and there were plenty of brilliant shots from Hurkacz but Djokovic eventually came through.

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    Video caption: Watch highlights from Djokovic's hard-fought victory over Hurkacz
  7. 'Djokovic is still big favourite'

    Djokovic 7-5 6-7 (5-7) 6-1 6-4 Hurkacz

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC TV

    Novak Djokovic seems a little bit like he has a hangover from the French. He was going for four in-a-row and that's bugging him. He just needs to step up and get into the second week. I still think he's the big favourite.

  8. 'Coco made it happen'

    Hercog 6-3 6-7 (7-9) 5-7 Gauff

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC TV

    I can't imagine in the juniors she had ever been close to this. It's just about keeping it in play and hoping something can happen. And guess what? Coco did make it happen.

  9. 'Anyone can win it'

    Hercog 6-3 6-7 (7-9) 5-7 Gauff

    Pat Cash

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    The great thing about the women's tour is really anyone can win it. Anyone ranked in the top 40, but we might have to extend it out to qualifiers.

  10. 'It's better she doesn't win'

    Hercog 6-3 6-7 (7-9) 5-7 Gauff

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC TV

    It's better that Coco Gauff doesn't win it this year. For her sake, long-term. We want her to be out there for 15-20 years. I think she could beat Simona Halep but I don't think she will. Halep has not had a great year and looks tight on this surface. I would obviously pick Halep to win but I'm not going to bet a whole lot on that one!

  11. 'She beat Hercog at her own game'

    Hercog 6-3 6-7 (7-9) 5-7 Gauff

    Pat Cash

    Former Wimbledon champion on BBC TV

    Gauff struggled with the slice, that's what Hercog brings. It did kind of look like junior tennis at stages where they were pushing the ball back and waiting for a mistake.

    To beat somebody who is experienced like that at her own game - it's a good effort.

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    Nigel Clarkson: The fairytale continues. A girl roughly the same age as some of the ball boys & girls has won her 3rd game at Wimbledon. Such incredible talent, and back from the brink of a near 6-3, 6-3 defeat. She is greatness in the making.

    Michael Scarn: Maybe let's not get carried away until she's played Halep? Gauff is undoubtedly talented but has hardly played top seeds or players at the top of their game.

  13. 'We saw it all in one day'

    Hercog 6-3 6-7 (7-9) 5-7 Gauff

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC TV

    We saw it all in one day. We saw Gauff being aggressive, pushing, looking like she was lost, being professional in interviews... She seemed to naturally say the right thing!

    She is a great thinker on court. She sizes up her opponent and figures out what she needs to do. She was matching the slices with an opponent who loves that shot.

  14. 'Halep will be easier because she hits a solid ball'

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC TV

    It's not easy to keep going and giving it your all. You're 15 and never been in this posiiton. She's the talk of the US. I think it caught up to her a little today.

    I worry it's too much too soon. My Wimbledon debut, you're 18 and you get to the semis. I'm thankful I didn't win it.

    She's got to be handled very carefully. Her parents seem to have great heads on their shoulders. We don't want to overwhelm her too soon.

    I think Halep will be easier because she hits a solid ball. This was an awkward opponent today.

    Coco Gauff has her hands on her head in disbelief
  15. Auger-Aliassime out

    Auger-Aliassime 4-6 5-7 3-6 Humbert

    Another teenager has been in action this evening, though he's been slightly upstaged by Gauff's antics.

    Canadian 18-year-old Felix Auger-Aliassime (practically ancient compared to Gauff) was seeded 19th, but failed to make it through to the fourth round after losing to unseeded Frenchman Ugo Humbert in straight sets.

    Ugo Humbert
  16. Wimbledon's other young stars

    Hercog 6-3 6-7 (7-9) 5-7 Gauff

    Cori Gauff was already the youngest ever qualifier at the All England Club and she's following in the footsteps of other great teenage stars:

    • Martina Hingis was 16 when she won the 1997 Wimbledon singles title after winning the Australian Open earlier that year. She won the mixed doubles (which Gauff has entered with Britain's Jay Clarke) aged 15
    • Boris Becker won Wimbledon at the age of 17 in 1985, beating Kevin Curran to become the youngest ever Grand Slam champion at the time
    • Maria Sharapova won the 2004 edition of Wimbledon aged 17, beating the legend that is Serena Williams
    • Nick Kyrgios became the first Wimbledon debutant to reach the quarter-finals in 10 years when he upset Rafael Nadal in the fourth round in 2014
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    Di Johnson: What a match Coco definitely a name to watch.

    Che Seabourne: Well this is turning into quite the story for Coco Gauff! A word too for Polona Hercog - who conducted herself with a lot of composure in the face of a partisan crowd. Hugely entertaining match!

    Coco Gauff