Pressure couldn't be more different for Andy Murray and Sam Querrey

Murray Djokovic exit in Wimbledon quarterfinals

The British pair caused an upset when they knocked out defending champions Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut on Saturday, watched by a raucous crowd.

Winner Querrey will expect to bring up his ton in the last eight against Murray.

17 - Magdalena Rybarikova is the last unseeded player left in the women's draw and has won 17 of 18 matches on grass this year.

Murray's chance to tie level materialised at 4-4 after he trailed 4-2 at one point, and Paire lost one of the worst tiebreakers he's likely to play as his opponent waltzed away 7-1 to take the first set.

Former coach Boris Becker praised Djokovic for his first week performances after fears that the Serb had lost his love for the sport after surrendering all four Grand Slam titles he held previous year. "I never even anxious about that". He plays great defense.

He said: "I've played Andy on Centre Court before".

Federer is in the fourth round for the 15th time.

While Kerber fights on in the women's draw, a rising star in the men's game, her compatriot Alexander Zverev, faces a stiff test against big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic.

Nadal has a 5-1 record over Muller although the Luxembourg grass court specialist beat him at Wimbledon in 2005. We still have the number one player in the world (Angelique Kerber).

Angelique Kerber, the runner-up to Williams past year, could lose the top spot to either Simona Halep or even Karolina Pliskova despite the Czech having been knocked out in the second round.

The third set displayed the same pattern giving the same results and score.

In contrast, Muguruza has sailed into the last 16 without dropping a set, a run which has even surprised herself.

"But I feel like I'm playing great tennis".

A year on, Federer feels a different player and ready to challenge for the title after crowning his extraordinary comeback - at age 35 - with a fifth Australian Open success and Indian Wells-Miami Masters double before freshening up for another grasscourt assault. "It's really impressive", Querrey said of Murray's 10 straight Wimbledon quarterfinals.

When I went to speak to the press I just said whatever I was thinking, whatever was on my mind.

The 29-year-old, who lost to Serena Williams in the final 12 months ago, has failed to make the last eight at any of this year's three Grand Slams. Indeed, this is just the second time in his career that he has reached the second week of a Grand Slam.

Second seeded Halep ended Victoria Azarenka's hopes of becoming the first mother in 37 years to win Wimbledon with a 7-6 (7/3), 6-2 fourth round victory on Monday.

Lewis also stressed that Wimbledon - again, uniquely among the Grand Slams - has stand-alone women's quarter-finals and semi-finals days.

French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko and Elina Svitolina face off in another duel of first-timers while another battle of last-16 debutantes sees Slovakia's Magdalena Rybarikova facing Petra Martic of Croatia.

"He can be quite up and down but he seems to have played pretty well at this event". No. 14 Garbine Muguruza in a meeting of the past two runners-up, two-time major champion Svetlana Kuznetsova vs. 2012 runner-up Agnieszka Radwanska, No. 5 Caroline Wozniacki vs.

Five-time champion Venus Williams made it to the Centre Court, while British home favourite Johanna Konta was put on Court One, which holds 11,000 spectators.

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