That's all for Monday's play. Thanks for joining us and hope you can be back tomorrow for another exciting day of tennis.
Another action-packed day at Wimbledon comes to a close leaving us with the full picture of the men's and women's quarter-finals. Here's a round-up of some of Monday's highlights:
- Rafael Nadal beats Botic van de Zandschulp in straight sets
- Nick Kyrgios fights back to beat Brandon Nakashima in five sets
- Simona Halep thrashes Paula Badosa to reach quarters
- British pair Heather Watson and Harriet Dart lose in doubles
- Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares' Wimbledon over with loss
- Skupski brothers lose in men's and mixed doubles
- Tsitsipas throws shade at Kyrgios - read our Second Serve column
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Cameron Norrie will bid to be the first British man to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals since 2016 when he takes on unseeded Belgian David Goffin in Tuesday's second match on Court One.
Norrie will follow Tatjana Maria's last eight match with German compatriot Jule Niemeier at 13:00 BST
World number 103 Maria, 34, is the oldest player left in the women's draw.
On Centre Court, Novak Djokovic plays Jannik Sinner in the last eight at 13:30 BST before third seed Ons Jabeur takes on world number 66 Marie Bouzkova.
Briton Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev Ram are also in men's doubles action, taking on French pair Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin in the quarter-finals. There is also women's doubles action as Nicole Melichar-Martinez and Ellen Perez face Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova.
Centre Court - from 13:30 BST
- Novak Djokovic v Jannik Sinner
- Marie Bouzkova v Ons Jabeur
Court One - from 13:00 BST
- Tatjana Maria v Jule Niemeier
- David Goffin v Cameron Norrie
Here is Rafael Nadal, as he chats after his win: "I think I continued in a positive way. Until the end where I played a bad game. I played a good match against a difficult opponent and I wish him all the best.
"In a personal way, for me to be able to be in quarter-finals after three years it's amazing for me so very, very happy."
On playing Taylor Fritz in the quarter-finals: "Every match is different. He is playing well and having a very good year including a first Masters 1000 title, against me by the way, but we will be in the quarter-final of Wimbledon, so what will I expect."
On the Centenary and the Parade of Champions: "Yesterday was a beautiful thing sharing court with legends of our sport. Centre Court for 100 years is something very special."
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In our final match today there's been a shock in the mixed doubles on court 12 as unseeded Australian pair Matthew Ebden and Samantha Stosur have defeated top seeds Jean-Julien Rojer and Ena Shibaharaop.
They will now face Britons Jonny O'Mara and Alicia Barnett in the quarter-finals.
Simona Halep hits an extraordinary shot in her victory against Paula Badosa to win the best shot of day eight at Wimbledon.
BBC Sport tennis commentator on Radio 5 Live
On the whole it was a very strong performance but there were some uncharacteristic errors in that third set.
But Nadal will be relieved to get that done in straight sets - a big fist bump to the crowd and I think he realises the challenge he was facing there.
And we've got another result as American pair Jack Sock and Coco Gauff have eased past wildcards Alize Cornet and Edouard Roger-Vasselin on court two.Copyright: Getty Images
It's American Taylor Fritz, the 11th seed, in the quarter-finals for Rafael Nadal.
BBC Sport commentator at Wimbledon
In the end Nadal took the short route against the man with the long name.
And he beats the roof.
Van de Zandschulp's first serve is out and the Dutchman then misses with an overhead smash. Nadal leaps in the air and jumps into the quarter-finals.
A great Nadal serve is returned into the net. We have a Hawk-Eye check, but it goes Nadal's way and that's match point number four, 7-6.
That's three match points that have come and gone for Nadal. Van de Zandschulp is living dangerously as he finds the line before Nadal sends it out. 6-6. Van de Zandschulp clinging on.
Van de Zandschulp saves the second match point finding the line, but now Nadal serves for the match, 6-5.
Nadal goes down the line but can only net, 6-4 Nadal.
Van de Zandschulp goes for broke, but just misses a swinging forehand. Nadal 6-3, three match points.
Nadal with a volley at the net. No. Into the net and Van de Zandschulp claws one point back, but the Spaniard still leads 5-3.
BBC Sport tennis commentator
That is going to be worth more than one point.
BBC Sport at Wimbledon
Both players earn a standing ovation for that ridiculous point that, at one point, had the entire court laughing.
Van de Zandschulp goes long, 5-2 Nadal, two away.