So, with two quarter-finals being played on Centre Court and two on Court One, something has got to give.
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Finally free off a painful and persistent elbow injury and blissfully content again in his private life, the Serbian plays another comeback star in Kei Nishikori for a drought-breaking semi-final berth.
On Monday, he nearly fell victim to the scheduling curse again.
"I'm going to have to really take it to him".
"I don't know what to say right now".
Bizarrely, organisers chose to put a mixed doubles match on Centre Court, which was concluded under the roof after sunset.
"[He has] this very calm aura that he brings on the court - that even if everything goes wrong, it still seems like everything is ideal and it's okay", said the 6-foot-4 Tsitsipas. 'I am enjoying and playing well. "Of course, it's important for me to be in these quarter-finals". "I'm a perfectionist. I always find something wrong", she said.
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If Anderson is to shock Federer, who has only lost once before the quarter-finals at Wimbledon in 15 years, he will need to call up the heavy artillery which has served him well at the tournament this year.
His opponent on Wednesday is eighth-seeded Kevin Anderson, the first South African since Wayne Ferreira in 1994 to get to the last eight.
Another straight-set win over Anderson will see the Swiss great better his record run of 34 consecutive sets at SW19, set between the third round in 2005 and the final in 2006.
Williams lifted her intensity and avoided facing any break points as she secured one break of her own to take the set 6-3.
"I'm more concerned the World Cup final will have issues because the Wimbledon final is going on".
Djokovic may have lost the Queen's final to Marin Cilic, but his display was an announcement to the world of tennis that this is a man ready to fight on the big stage once more.
The No. 11 Kerber was the highest women's seed to reach the quarterfinals; it's the first time since Wimbledon began seeding players in the 1920s that none of the top 10 made it to this round.
In the first set when Federer led 2-0, the 36-year-old came up with a solid defense on a Mannarino return.