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By Saj Chowdhury, Alex Bysouth and Becky Grey

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  1. Until tomorrow...

    That's it from us on Manic Monday but you can continue to follow those matches that are still ongoing via the links below.

    If you still need your tennis fix, then get we've got masses to keep you interested on the BBC Sport website.

    We'll be back with you on the live text from 11:00 BST on Tuesday, for the start of the women's quarter-finals.

    Until then...

  2. When to watch on Tuesday

    Wimbledon TV times for 9 July
  3. Men's quarter-final line-up

    Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer

    We're rapidly heading towards the business end of Wimbledon 2019 and, with 'Manic Monday' almost complete, here's how the men's draw is looking for the quarter-finals on Wednesday.

    World number one Novak Djokovic leads the charge in the top half of the draw and will face 21st-seed David Goffin for a place in the last four.

    The winner will face either Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut or the victor in the ongoing contest between Milos Raonic and Guido Pella.

    In the bottom half of the draw, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer remain on course for a highly anticipated semi-final encounter.

    Nadal must first find a way past big-serving American Sam Querrey in the quarter-finals, though, while Federer faces number eight seed Kei Nishikori.

  4. Post update

    Up next for Raonic/Pella?

    A quarter final against Roberto Bautista Agut, after the Spaniard dispatched Benoit Paire in straight sets earlier on Monday.

    He's ready...

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  5. Game and fourth set - Ram & Salisbury

    Kontinen & Peers 7-6 6-4 3-6 4-6 Ram & Salisbury

    The comeback is very much happening on court 12.

    Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram looked doomed at two sets down but they fought back in the third (6-3) and have just taken the fourth set 6-4.

    This men's doubles match is going the distance.

  6. Murray & Mattek-Sands break

    Murray & Mattek-Sands 4-6 4-1 Pavic & Dabrowski*

    Jamie Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands are bouncing back against the third seeds Mate Pavic and Gabriela Dabrowski.

    Murray gets the benefit of a lucky net ricochet to bring up break point on the Dabrowska serve which Pavic slams into the net.

    Jamie Murray
  7. Raonic saves match point

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

    Wonderfully soft hands from the 6'5 Milos Raonic as he saunters into the net and executes a delicate drop volley. The Canadian goes on to hold and keep this one alive.

  8. Post update

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

    Woah. What do we have here? Guido Pella, from two sets down, has match point...

  9. Konta on Centre Court on Tuesday

    It should be no surprise that British number one Johanna Konta takes her place on Centre Court for her quarter-final against Barbora Strycova on Tuesday. The all-American meeting of Serena Williams and Alison Riske will act as a warm-up for that one.

    Wimbledon order of play on 9 July

    Williams will then return to Centre alongside Andy Murray in the mixed doubles, as they face Raquel Atawo and Fabrice Martin in the second round.

  10. Watch: More big three dominance

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    Video caption: Djokovic wins thrilling point against Humbert

    Different class...

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    Video caption: 'This is a nightmare' - Berrettini slips after Federer's brilliant return
  11. Watch: Fed, Nadal & Djoko motor on

    The big three in the men's singles - Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Noval Djokovic - have been in complete cruise control today, facing only one break point between them.

    And that was saved by the Fed.

    But Nadal was tested in this rally by Dan Evans' conqueror, Joao Sousa.

    He still won it, though...

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    Video caption: Nadal's lovely drop-shot gives him the point after a lengthy rally with Sousa
  12. Best of Manic Monday

    If you've missed the action today, then here are some of the highlights from a cracking round of women's singles...

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    Video caption: The winning moment as Riske upsets Barty

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    Video caption: Match point as Serena breezes past Suarez Navarro

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    Video caption: Halep beats Gauff in to end the youngster's fairy tale run - watch the best shots

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    Video caption: The winning moment as Konta reaches the quarter-finals
  13. Post update

    *Raonic 6-3 6-4 3-6 6-7 (3-7) 2-3 Pella

    This one has gone to a decider, and currently remains on serve. Milos Raonic won the opening two sets before Argentine Guido Pella fought back.

    Here's one of the best rallies of the match from earlier...

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    Video caption: 'Outstanding point' - Raonic wins thrilling rally against Pella
  14. Game and first set

    *Murray & Mattek-Sands 4-6 Pavic & Dabrowska

    Just one break but that's enough for third seeds Mate Pavic and Gabriela Dabrowska to take the first set from Jamie Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands.

    The Scot doesn't seem to be happy about the gathering gloominess out there on court 18 and is chatting at length with the umpire.

    The clouds are matching his mood at the moment.

  15. Post update

    Sonia Oxley

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Johanna Konta is in her news conference right now, drinking some sort of shake/smoothie/recovery drink.

    "I knew going into it there would be very big pockets of the match where I would have little say in how it was going for me," she says after her win over Petra Kvitova.

    "Overall I'm just pleased I competed well and I thought I had good perspective at the end and just enjoyed competing against her. She is very tough to play on this surface."

  16. 'Nishikori knows he was pushed'

    Nishikori 6-3 3-6 6-3 6-4 Kukushkin

    Colin Fleming

    British tennis player on BBC Two

    Look at what it means to Nishikori.

    He knows he was pushed by a quality performance by Kukushkin.

    He reaches the Wimbledon quarter-finals for just the second time.

    Kei Nishikori
  17. Game, set and match Nishikori

    Nishikori 6-3 3-6 6-3 6-4 Kukushkin

    This time he gets it!

    "Come on!" roars the Japanese eighth seed as Mikhail Kukushkin fires wide.

    Kei Nishikori whips off his headband and punches the air.

    He'll play Roger Federer in the last eight.

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    Video caption: Nishikori seals a quarter-final match against Federer with a four-set win over Kukushkin
  18. Post update

    *Nishikori 6-3 3-6 6-3 5-4 Kukushkin

    Nishikori can't pick up a punchy Kukushkin return... one match point remaining.