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Live Reporting

Katie Falkingham, Matt Gault, Mike Henson and Becky Grey

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    And that, my friends, is that for your Friday tennis helping.

    We'll be back tomorrow morning as Katie Boulter looks to follow compatriots Cameron Norrie and Heather Watson into the Wimbledon fourth round.

    We'll see you then. Enjoy the rest of your Friday night!

  2. Boulter faces Tan on court two

    Katie Boulter

    Katie Boulter's reward for beating Karolina Pliskova is a third-round match against the woman who knocked out Serena Williams in the first round: Harmony Tan.

    France's Tan followed up that thrilling win over the seven-time champion with a straight-set victory over Sara Sorribes Tomo, so she'll likely provide a robust examination of Boulter's credentials.

    That one will get going at around 11:00 BST.

    And if you want to brush up on your Boulter knowledge before tomorrow, we have you covered.

  3. Broady, Swiatek & Kyrgios on Court One

    There's a couple of tasty looking matches on Court One, too, starting with Britain's Liam Broady's third-round match against Australia's Alex De Minaur, who took out Jack Draper on Thursday evening.

    Following that, world number one Iga Swiatek looks to extend her streak to 38 wins when she faces France's Alize Cornet.

    Then it's a real blockbuster as the always-entertaining Nick Kyrgios faces Greek fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas. That one can't come soon enough.

    Court One order of play (from 13:00 BST)

    • [19] De Minaur (Aus) v Broady (GB)
    • [1] Swiatek v Cornet (Fra)
    • Kyrgios (Aus) v [4] Tsitsipas (Gre)
  4. Saturday on Centre Court

    Coco Gauff and Rafael Nadal

    It's been another long but highly enjoyable day at SW19 and we've got some good news - tomorrow is shaping up to be an absolute belter.

    French Open finalist Coco Gauff opens the play on Centre Court against fellow American Amanda Anisimova.

    Following that is another women's blockbuster as Spanish fourth seed Paula Badosa takes on two-time champion Petra Kvitova, before Rafael Nadal bids to keep his dream of a calendar Grand Slam alive when he takes on Italy's Lorenzo Sonego.

    Centre Court order of play (from 13:30 BST)

    • [11] Gauff (US) v [20] Anisimova (US)
    • [4] Badosa (Spa) v [25] Kvitova (Cze)
    • [27] Sonego (Ita) v [2] Nadal (Spa)
  5. Friday round-up

    That time of the evening has come around, and it's time for your daily dose of Wimbledon news!

    Here are some of today's main headlines:

    Cameron Norrie
  6. Venus for the US Open?

    Caroline Wozniacki

    Former world number one on BBC TV

    I think Venus loves the game so much that she wants to come back and play singles. Whether her body can keep up now at this age, only she knows.

    This is a step for her to test it out, see how far she can push it.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if she was trying to come back for the US Open.

  7. Post update

    Sonia Oxley

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    After the victory, the hug!

    Venus Williams and Jamie Murray hug
  8. Post update

    Venus Williams actually looks a bit emotional, almost in disbelief that she's back winning on a show court at Wimbledon.

    She and Jamie Murray will face the all-British pairing of Jonny O'Mara and Alicia Barnett in the second round.

  9. Game, set and match Murray and Williams

    Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 3-6 Murray/Williams

    A massive ace crashes down to kick us off. The crowd loved that from Jamie Murray, and his next point at the net where he uses his power to give Rosolska no chance of a return.

    At 30-15, the Pole fires a return too long and it's match point to Murray and Williams.

    They get their partnership off to a winning start, and they are ecstatic.

  10. Post update

    Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 3-5 *Murray/Williams

    First blood goes to Murray/Williams as a heavy Rosolska return plants down way over the baseline. Venus brings them level in the centre, before Murray sends Rosolska's serve into the net.

    Williams casts a frustrated figure as she shoots long, before Venus and Rosolska wrap up the hold.

    Jamie Murray to serve for the match.

  11. Post update

    Venus/*Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 2-5 Murray/Williams

    Michael Venus steals the first point on Venus Williams' serve with a little helping hand from the net cord, and they take the second as a reactive Jamie Murray hit fails to clear the net.

    Murray and Williams scramble back to level at 30-30, and this is a game they really need to hold. Great work from the Scot at the net brings up 40-30, and again to seal the hold.

  12. Post update

    Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 2-4 Murray/Williams*

    Michael Venus and Alijca Rosolska take the first point but a mistake from Venus allows Jamie Murray and Venus Williams to nab a point back off them.

    At 30-30, a sublime return from Murray gives him and Williams break point, but a big Venus serve is too much for Williams to handle. To deuce we go.

    Murray then struggles to deal with Venus' himself, and the New Zealander slams down an ace to hold that game.

  13. Post update

    *Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 1-4 Murray/Williams

    Dominic Inglot

    British doubles player on BBC TV

    Jamie Murray and Venus Williams now just feels like they're on a roll here, the momentum is fully with them.

    They will want to make sure now that they don't let Michael Venus breeze through this game, they want to make him work hard and make him play as well many balls as possible.

  14. Murray/Williams hold

    *Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 1-4 Murray/Williams

    Jamie Murray rattles to 40-0 in a twinkle. Auto-pilot engaged, 4-1 incoming?

    Not quite yet. A couple of double faults offer Michael Venus and Alijca Rosolska a glimmer of hope.

    Murray wakes up at the wheel and delivers the final blow to keep the home crowd favourites in the driving seat.

  15. Murray/Williams break

    Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 1-3 *Murray/Williams

    Drink it in. Eye-popping doubles action as Jamie Murray and Venus Williams find the space and draw their opponents out of position to break to 15.

    Like 3D chess and 150mph.

  16. Post update

    Venus/*Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 1-2 Murray/Williams

    Dominic Inglot

    British doubles player on BBC TV

    With the conditions being slightly different now the ball just slows up a tiny bit indoors.

  17. Murray/Williams hold

    Venus/*Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 1-2 Murray/Williams

    Alijca Rosolska fluffs a volley while trailing 30-15 and that might have been the crucial point.

    Venus Williams takes off some pace and finds an angle from way off the protractor on her next serve to leave Michael Venus rooted for a clean ace on the next point.

  18. Venus/Rosolska hold

    Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 1-1 Murray/*Williams

    Michael Venus has plenty of meteors to launch though as well.

    He cracks down some jumbo serves to hold to love, just like Jamie did.

    Over to Venus and Alicja...

  19. Murray/Williams hold

    *Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 0-1 Murray/Williams

    Bish. Bosh. Bash. No time needed for Jamie Murray to acclimitise to life indoor. The Scot plucks three successive aces out the quiver to dust off the first game in double quick time.

  20. Murray to serve

    Venus/Rosolska 3-6 7-6 (7-3) 0-0 *Murray/Williams

    Jamie Murray to tee us off in this decider...