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Live Reporting

Michael Emons and Chris Bevan

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That's all for today after a very, very busy day of tennis. Thanks for your company today and hope you can join us all again tomorrow.

    Bye for now.

  2. What happened on middle Sunday?

    So, we're halfway there and it's been another action-packed day at Wimbledon as a British player reached the men's quarter-finals and the centenary of Centre Court was celebrated. Here's a round-up of some of the highlights:

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2022: Watch highlights of Cameron Norrie beating Tommy Paul to advance
  3. What's in store on Monday?

    Here's what we've got to look forward to tomorrow.

    Nick Kyrgios is up against 20-year-old American Brandon Nakashima first on Centre Court, with Rafael Nadal closing the day against Botic van de Zandschulp.

    In between the pair is an enticing match-up between women's fourth seed Paula Badosa and 2019 champion Simona Halep.

    Monday's order of play

    Centre Court

    • Nick Kyrgios v Brandon Nakashima
    • Paula Badosa v Simona Halep
    • Rafael Nadal v Botic van de Zandschulp

    Court One

    • Elena Rybakina v Petra Martic
    • Jason Kubler v Taylor Fritz
    • Amanda Anisimova v Harmony Tan

    Court two

    • Cristian Garin v Alex de Minaur
    • Alize Cornet v Ajla Tomljanovic
    Nick Kyrgios
  4. Watch emotional Sue Barker receive standing ovation

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2022: Watch Sue Barker receive a standing ovation from the crowd

    Watch Sue Barker receive a standing ovation from the Centre Court crowd after John McEnroe pays an emotional tribute to the BBC presenter.

  5. 'I am glad I got it done'

    Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 6-2 Van Rijthoven

    Novak Djokovic, speaking after his fourth-round win over Tim van Rijthoven on Centre Court: "He was a very tough opponent, and on a streak on this surface, so I knew it wasn't going to be easy with that serve and his touch and a lot of talent. It took me a little bit of time to get used to his pace and the conditions under the roof, but overall I closed out the match well.

    "I didn't know if there was an 11pm curfew, so I am lucky to get it done. I have had some previous experience of playing a match over two days under the roof against Nadal a couple of years back and it wasn't fun, so I am glad I did get it done and now I am just looking forward to the next challenge."

    On being part of the parade of champions earlier on Sunday to mark 100 years of Centre Court: "It was an incredible honour and privilege and I was so happy to stand alongside champions of this tournament and also legends of this sport. This place has a special place in my heart, my life and my career.

    "I watched my first match when I was four on TV when Pete Sampras won his first title here. That made me fall in love with this sport and I dreamed of winning at Wimbledon. Every time you step out on Centre Court you can feel everything that is special about this place."

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    Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 6-2 Van Rijthoven

    Harry Poole

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Never in doubt, was it?

    Tim van Rijthoven receives a huge cheer as he leaves the court after he delighted the crowd with a fine display, particularly in that second set.

    But how impressive was that response from Novak Djokovic. He claims he wasn't sure if the 23:00 BST curfew was still a thing but he certainly played like he was on a mission to beat it.

    There's also a thank you from the defending champ in his post-match chat to the crowd and Royal Box attendees for sticking around as the clock ticks on to 22:45.

  7. She's not...she has! Bouzkova wins best shot of day seven

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2022: Watch Marie Bouzkova produce an outrageous bending backhand in day seven.

    Marie Bouzkova produces an outrageous bending backhand against Caroline Garcia to win the best shot of day seven at Wimbledon.

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    Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 6-2 Van Rijthoven

    John McEnroe

    Three-time Wimbledon singles champion on BBC TV

    Djokovic is going to be very tough to beat. It is a beautiful thing watching this man operate on Centre Court.

  9. Game, set and match - Djokovic

    Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 6-2 Van Rijthoven

    Novak Djokovic with a stunning forehand to win it inside the 23:00 BST curfew.

    What an effort from Tim van Rijthoven though as his first ever Grand Slam ends at the fourth-round stage, but we'll see a lot more of him in the future.

    Next up for Djokovic is tenth seed Jannik Sinner from Italy in the quarter-finals.

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    Two match points for Djokovic.

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    Djokovic 30-15, two more swipes of the racquet could do it.

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    Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 5-2 Van Rijthoven*

    Harry Poole

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    There are suddenly a lot of empty seats on Centre Court. It was never full, but there is a fairly even balance of empty green seats and spectators now.

    The contest is all but over. A 13th Wimbledon quarter-final is a service game away for the defending champion, who has pulled through impressively after his second-set setback.

  13. Djokovic breaks, serving for the match

    *Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 5-2 Van Rijthoven

    Novak Djokovic on the brink of another Wimbledon quarter-final. He gets the double break and is now serving for the match.

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    Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 4-2 Van Rijthoven*

    That's a hold to 15 for Djokovic and he only needs two more games for the win. Van Rijthoven trying to still be in the tournament tomorrow, Djokovic with one eye on the clock, desperately wanting to wrap this up tonight.

  15. 'That's great to see' - Tiafoe celebrates with fans after brilliant point

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2022: Watch crowd-pleaser Frances Tiafoe celebrate with fans after winning point

    Watch Frances Tiafoe celebrate with fans after winning an exciting point against David Goffin on court two at Wimbledon.

  16. Van Rijthoven saves break point to hold

    *Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 3-2 Van Rijthoven

    Tim van Rijthoven still believes and is still fighting hard. He saves a break point and holds his serve. He still needs to break and hasn't looked like doing that in a long time, but he's still there.

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    But Djokovic goes long with a looping forehand and we're at deuce.

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    Djokovic with another break-point chance. This for a 4-1 double-break lead in the fourth.

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    Djokovic 6-2 4-6 6-1 3-1 Van Rijthoven*

    Harry Poole

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Novak Djokovic has not lost a match at Wimbledon since retiring due to injury against Tomas Berdych in the quarter-finals in 2017.

    A 25th successive victory at Wimbledon tonight would see him equal Pete Sampras in fourth place on the Open era's list of longest unbeaten runs at SW19.

    It was never going to be easy for Tim van Rijthoven. The reigning champion appears to have let the wildcard have his moment in the limelight, only to push him off stage, grab hold of the mic and carry on with his show.

    He's three games away from the last eight and any hopes of an upset are quickly vacating Centre Court.