wimbledon Live Scores

Wimbledon men - Live

3rd Round
Player Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5
J Ward    4660-
V Pospisil6321-
T Berdych43---
P Andújar    60---
I Karlovic7476-
J Tsonga    6666-

Wimbledon women - Live

3rd Round
Player Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5
J Jankovic    370--
P Kvitová650--

Wimbledon men - Results

3rd Round
Player Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5
R Bautista766--
N Basilashvili601--
V Troicki6746-
D Brown4663-
M Cilic766612
J Isner674710
R Federer6666-
S Groth4472-

Wimbledon women - Results

3rd Round
Player Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5
M Keys66---
T Maria44---
O Govortsova76---
M Rybáriková63---
A Radwanska66---
C Dellacqua14---
M Niculescu67---
K Plíšková35---
G Muguruza716--
A Kerber662--
T Bacsinszky66---
S Lisicki32---
C Wozniacki66---
C Giorgi22---

Live Comments

  1. Jelena Jankovic - Petra Kvitová

    - KVITOVA 6-3 5-7 JANKOVIC: SET! We will have to wait a little longer for Andy Murray as Jelena Jankovic comes back from a break down. This is going the distance.

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  3. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 2-6 1-0 WARD: Pospisil looking a little leggy and his footwork lacking. He holds with a good volley.

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  6. Tomáš Berdych - Pablo Andújar

    - BERDYCH 4-6 1-0 ANDUJAR: The Czech has gone a set down. Upset on the cards?

  7. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 2-6 WARD: SET! Some solid serving and loose returning from Pospisil and Ward wraps up the set and fist pumps to his box. One more set needed…

  8. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Ivo Karlovic

    - KARLOVIC 7-6 4-6 7-6 6-6 TSONGA: As you just saw, we’re into a crucial fourth set tie break.

  9. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 2-5 WARD: Pospisil gets another game on the board but ward will have two chances to serve it out.

  10. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Ivo Karlovic

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  12. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 1-5 WARD: Ward is on cruise control and the confidence flowing through him. He holds to 15 and is one game away from the set.

  13. Jelena Jankovic - Petra Kvitová

    - KVITOVA 6-3 4-4 JANKOVIC: BREAK! Not over yet as Jankovic breaks back to keep her chances alive.

  14. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 1-4 WARD: BREAK! Ward seems to have all the answers. He digs out a wonderful angled winner to move to 15-30. A double fault brings break point and the Canadian hits long to hand the double break.

  15. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 1-3 WARD: The Brit now really in the ascendancy as unforced errors flow from the Pospisil racket. He consolidates his break.

  16. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 1-2 WARD: BREAK! A truly amazing rally brings ward a break point. Exhausting just watching it and both players look like they need oxygen after a 30 shot exchange. And he breaks with a fantastic crosscourt return that Pospisil nets.

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  18. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 1-1 WARD: Ward is mishitting his forehand badly but bails himself out of trouble with a big serve before drawing an error with superb length in a baseline rally. Accurate hitting from Pospisil brings a break point but ward finds some big serves to dig himself out of a hole.

  19. Jelena Jankovic - Petra Kvitová

    - KVITOVA 6-3 2-1 JANKOVIC: Another shriek of delight as Kvitova grabs the early break in the second set.

  20. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 WARD 1-0: Ward has a peep at 30-30 before Pospisil holds on.

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  22. Jelena Jankovic - Petra Kvitová

    - KVITOVA 6-3 JANKOVIC: The defending champion wraps up the opening set in just 29 minutes. May not be too long before we see Andy Murray…

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  24. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Ivo Karlovic

    - KARLOVIC 7-6 4-6 7-6: Karlovic wraps up the third set on the breaker. 13th seed Tsonga in a spot of bother.

  25. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-6 WARD: SET! A rasping forehand winner brings up set point and Pospisil then hits long. We’re all level!

  26. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 3-5 WARD: Pospisil asks the question of ward to serve out the set. It’s an opportunity he must grab.

  27. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Ivo Karlovic

    - KARLOVIC 7-6 4-6 6-6: Into a third set tie break in the battle of the big servers.

  28. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 2-5 WARD: Ward is more than up to the challenge and his serve is firing again. He moves to within a game of levelling the match with an ace.

  29. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 2-4 WARD: Confident serving from the Canadian and he applies the pressure with a love hold.

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  32. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 1-4 WARD: A double fault and wayward forehand puts ward in trouble and he coughs up a break point. He holds on with successive aces. Phew…

  33. Jelena Jankovic - Petra Kvitová

    - KVITOVA 3-1 JANKOVIC: The defending champion draws first blood with an early break of serve.

  34. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 1-3 WARD: A fantastic return gives Ward parity at 30-30. Then follows the point of the match, Pospisil eventually firing wide to give Ward another break point but saves with a fifth ace before holding.

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  36. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 0-3 WARD: Ward full of confidence now as he holds comfortably to love. Looks a different player now.

  37. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 0-2 WARD: BREAK! The sun appears to bother Pospisil as he serves successive double faults and gifts a break point to Ward. The Canadian hits long and Ward is a break up!

  38. - Roger Federer: "I am very happy. It has been a hot week the first week but thankfully I have had easy matches going through without too many long four or five setters. Now we are looking ahead and there are only big matches."

  39. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 0-1 WARD: A good start to the second set for Ward, wrapping up a hold to 30 with a heavy serve out wide.

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  41. Timea Bacsinszky - Sabine Lisicki

    - BACSINSZKY 6-3 6-2 LISICKI: An upset as former finalist Sabine Lisicki goes down in straight sets.

  42. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 6-4 WARD: SET! A tough opening set for Ward as Pospisil wraps it up with a neat angled volley. Work to do now!

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  44. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 5-4 WARD: Roared on by a partisan home crown Ward digs deep to stay in the set. He holds to 30 but must now break.

  45. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 5-3 WARD: Pospisil consolidates his break of serve with a comfortable hold to love.

  46. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-2 GROTH: GAME SET AND MATCH. Federer seizes his chance with some sublime hitting and advances to the fourth round despite dropping his first set.

  47. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 4-3 WARD: BREAK! Oh dear. Some wayward hitting and a forehand halfway up the net gifts two break points and Pospisil breaks with a volley into the open court.

  48. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 5-2 GROTH: Groth has a glimmer at 30-30 but another Federer ace puts him to within a game.

  49. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 3-3 WARD: Ward smashes down an overhead as Pospisil takes a tumble after being wrong footed. But two unforced errors and a Pospisil ace levels things up.

  50. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 4-2 GROTH: easy hold to 15 for Groth but the damage may already have been done.

  51. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 2-3 WARD: Ward looks brim full of confidence and his service action like a well-oiled machine as he holds to love.

  52. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 4-1 GROTH: Federer serves his 15th ace en route to another comfortable hold to love.

  53. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 2-2 WARD: A lovely disguised backhand passing shot across court from ward and netted Pospisil volley gives Ward a glimmer but Pospisil holds.

  54. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 3-0 GROTH: a comfortable hold for Federer, consolidating his break. Three games away.

  55. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 1-2 WARD: A comfortable hold for Ward, Pospisil failing to make the British number two play any tough shots.

  56. James Ward - Vasek Pospisil

    - POSPISIL 1-1 WARD: The new British hero is underway on Court 1. Going with serve early on in this one.

  57. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 2-0 GROTH: BREAK! A poor volley onto the net helps Federer to break point and the Swiss master grabs his opportunity with a return winner on the forehand side.

  58. - Caroline Wozniacki: "2nd week excited with my win today, thank you to everyone who came out today or supported in front of the tv"

  59. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 1-0 GROTH: Federer looks angry at having lost his first set of the tournament and leaves for a bathroom break. It doesn’t seem to help as he goes 15-30 down before recovering to hold with a smart volley.

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  62. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-7 GROTH: SET GROTH! A first double fault gives Groth the mini break advantage and some nice tough at the net gives him three set points. Federer saves the first two but misses a passing shot to drop his first set of the tournament!

  63. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 6-6 GROTH: Groth has Federer at 30-30 but the Swiss pulls out a winning overhead at full stretch. A huge Groth backhand takes it to deuce before Federer serves an ace to take it to a tiebreak.

  64. Marin Cilic - John Isner

    - CILIC 7-6 6-7 6-4 6-7 12-10 ISNER: GAME SET AND MATCH! Well there will be no repeat of the 70-68 as Isner is broken at the first time of asking. He doesn’t look too fussed...

  65. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 5-6 GROTH: Federer again puts pressure on the Groth serve but the Aussie digs deep with some reaction volleys at the net before holding with a huge serve out wide. Looks like a tiebreak.

  66. Marin Cilic - John Isner

    - CILIC 7-6 6-7 6-4 6-7 11-10 ISNER: We’re back underway in the marathon match. Isner must be having flashbacks…

  67. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 5-5 GROTH: A cry of ‘No Sam!’ as a backhand hits the net. Federer holds to 15.

  68. Madison Keys - Tatjana Maria

    - KEYS 6-4 6-4 Maria: GAME SET AND MATCH KEYS. The American advances to the next round with a straight sets victory.

  69. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 4-5 GROTH: Federer takes the opening two points against the Groth serve but a lovely low volley from the Aussie pegs it back to 30-30. An astonishing passing shot on the stretch brings Federer a break point but Groth saves with a neat drop volley onto the line before holding with an ace.

  70. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 4-4 GROTH: Groth keeps Federer honest with some long baseline exchanges but a long return allows he Swiss to hold to 30.

  71. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 3-4 GROTH: Groth forced into defensive mode at the net, stretching for a volley before being passed. The Aussie bangs down another huge 142mph serve and puts away a volley to hang in there. Well played big Sam!

  72. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 3-3 GROTH: Federer again impregnable on serve and he rounds off another love service game with an ace.

  73. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 2-3 GROTH: Groth is no sloth. More big serving and he holds to love.

  74. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 2-2 GROTH: Another love hold for Federer. Groth really not getting a look in as the Swiss’ first serve percentage is extremely high.

  75. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 1-2 GROTH: WOW! Federer brings up another break point with a backhand drive volley, similar to one he pulled out against Mark Philippoussis in his first Wimbledon final in 2003. Groth saves with an ace and closes out with a nice serve and volley.

  76. Caroline Wozniacki - Camila Giorgi

    - WOZNIACKI 6-2 6-2 GIORGI: GAME SET AND MATCH. The former world number one is through after beating the Italian number one.

  77. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 1-1: Federer races through another service game. He’s only faced two break points in the championship!

  78. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 0-1: A lovely volley from Groth, who holds to 15. Needs a lot more of that, though.

  79. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - Pat Cash: "I believe Roger Federer has another Grand Slam in him and I believe it's here, quite possibly this year. He's playing just as well, if not better, than last year."

  80. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 6-4 GROTH: SET! Aces seven and eight gives Federer a two set advantage. Looking serene as usual.

  81. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 5-4 GROTH: A comfortable hold for the Aussie with some nice volleys at the net. But Federer will serve for the set.

  82. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 7-6 1-6 6-2 KERBER: Muguruza closes it out in style in a match lasting two and a half hours. The first set, in particular, was a cracker.

  83. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 4-3 GROTH: a Some lovely groundstrokes from Groth, including a backhand winner but that’s the only highlight of another comfortable Federer hold. He moves to within a game of the second set.

  84. Madison Keys - Tatjana Maria

    - KEYS 6-4 Maria: The American takes the opening set.

  85. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 4-3 GROTH: Federer still a break to the good. He has not been broken so far this tournament.

  86. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 6-7 6-4 6-3 TROICKI: GAME SET AND MATCH. The fairytale is over for Dustin Brown. A sad way to end with a double fault and he joins Rosol, Darcis and Kygrios as unlikely conquerors of Nadal to lose in the very next round.

  87. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER 6-3 3-1 GROTH: A comfortable hold for Groth who bangs in another couple of aces. One break could be enough again for Federer though.

  88. Caroline Wozniacki - Camila Giorgi

    - WOZNIACKI 6-2 GIORGI: Although the Italian holds a winning record over the former world number one, it’s the latter who quickly wraps up the opening set.

  89. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 7-6 1-6 2-1 KERBER: BREAK! Muguruza makes the first move in the deciding set.

  90. Madison Keys - Tatjana Maria

    - KEYS 2-1 Maria: The American off to a good start with an early break of serve.

  91. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 7-6 1-6 KERBER: SET! A lightning set in comparison to the first set and the German levels up this intriguing match.

  92. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 7-6 1-5 KERBER: Kerber closing in on levelling this one up.

  93. Kristýna Plíšková - Monica Niculescu

    - GAME SET AND MATCH: Monica Nicolescu is through after Karolina Pliskova 6-3 7-5.

  94. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 7-6 1-3 KERBER: Meanwhile, Kerber has broken in the second set. This could be the longest women’s match of the tournament. It’s a cracker.

  95. Caroline Wozniacki - Camila Giorgi

    - WOZNIACKI 2-0 GIORGI: The former world number 1 is off to a flyer on Court 1 against the attractive and powerful Italian girl.

  96. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - FEDERER v GROTH: Sam Groth has the biggest serve in the game. He holds the world record, clocked at 163.4mph.

  97. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 7-6 1-0 KERBER: Another marathon deuce game. Women don’t play five sets but by the end of this one, they may feel they have!

  98. Samuel Groth - Roger Federer

    - Roger Federer and Sam Groth are warming up on centre court. The most elegant player in the game against the biggest server.

  99. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - Peter Fleming: "With both players serving like this, there are not going to be many breaks. Dustin Brown's test is to figure out how to put a few more returns into play. He has been successful sporadically, but it's not easy when your opponent is at 70 per cent for first serves."

  100. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 6-7 3-2 TROICKI: Still on serve in the third set but Troicki putting more pressure on the Brown service game. The German holds on with an ace to move in front.

  101. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 7-6 KERBER: Set Muguruza. It has to be the set of the Championships as the Spaniard takes the breaker 14-12! There was also a 33 shot rally in that set that was one of the points of the tournament.

  102. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 6-6 KERBER: The never ending set? It’s now 12-12 in the breaker and Muguruza has saved EIGHT set points!

  103. Nikoloz Basilashvili - Roberto Bautista

    - BAUTISTA 7-6 6-0 BASHILASHVILI: The qualifier could be on his way out of here as he loses the second set to love.

  104. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 6-7 TROICKI: SET TROICKI! Brown could be heading out as he loses the breaker 7-3. A long way back now.

  105. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 6-6 TROICKI: TIE BREAK. Moment of truth for Dustin Brown. You feel he has to win this breaker.

  106. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 6-6 KERBER: The point of the tournament? A fierce net exchange, smashes returned with lobs, baseline exchanges and finally a missed Muguruza forehand! You’ll be seeing that on Wimbledon tonight!

  107. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 6-6 KERBER: BIG HOLD! Another really gutsy hold from Muguruza in a game lasting 15 minutes. She saves four set points and we’re into a tie break.

  108. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 5-5 TROICKI: A terrific backhand volley and Brown crucially holds on. Can he break?

  109. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 4-5 TROICKI: Troicki holds to 15 despite one audacious Brown winner. Important that Brown now holds or he will be two sets down.

  110. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 3-3 TROICKI: A solid service game from Brown and he holds with a serve-volley winner.

  111. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 2-3 TROICKI: An eighth ace of the match and Troicki holds.

  112. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 2-2 TROICKI: TROICKI BREAKS! Brown unable to consolidate his break and a wayward forehand and poor volley hands back the advantage.

  113. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 5-6 KERBER: This is turning into one of the best women’s matches of the week. Both girls bringing the best out of one another. Another long deuce game but Kerber holds.

  114. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 2-1 TROICKI: BROWN BREAKS! Not the greatest drop shot and Troicki gets there but dumps it into the net.

  115. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6, 1-1 TROICKI: Troicki putting more pressure on the Brown serve but the German hangs on. Remember that Rosol, Darcis and Kygrios all lost in the next round having beaten Nadal.

  116. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 5-5 KERBER: Another game that goes to deuce and again Muguruza has to dig deep to hold on.

  117. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - Brown will be disappointed with that. He had more chances to break but it’s Troicki who does so at the crucial time.

  118. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-6 TROICKI: SET TROICKI! The Serb forges three break points and converts at the second time of asking, flashing a backhand winner across Brown at the net. He lets out a cry of delight and a fist pump.

  119. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 4-5 KERBER: An easy hold to love for Kerber. A rare game that hasn’t been a titanic deuce struggle!

  120. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 4-4 KERBER: Really high quality tennis from both players. Muguruza lets out a cry of success after saving a break point. On we go.

  121. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 4-4 TROICKI: Another solid hold from Brown as we get to the business end of this set.

  122. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 3-4 KERBER: Another solid hold for Kerber and it’s back over to Muguruza. A break here would be huge for the German.

  123. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 3-3 TROICKI: Now it’s Brown’s turn to stave off break points and he lets out a cry of defiance with a volleyed winner.

  124. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 3-3 KERBER: Muguruza holds firm and levels up. A good comeback from 3-0 down.

  125. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - SCORE CORRECTION: BROWN 2-3 TROICKI: Brown again threatening the Troicki serve. An outrageous drop shot off the return of serve but the Serb again does so well to hold on. Frustration for Brown.

  126. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - “That is a one in a million shot”, says Peter Fleming in response to Brown’s drop-shot return of serve.

  127. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 1-1 TROICKI: Brown again threatening the Troicki serve. An outrageous drop shot off the return of serve but the Serb again does so well to hold on. Frustration for Brown.

  128. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 2-3 KERBER: Muguruza is back in this one! She breaks the Kerber serve.

  129. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 2-2 TROICKI: Brown has such lovely feel at the net and serve-volleys his way to another hold of serve. Great to see him playing the same way.

  130. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 1-3 KERBER: Muguruza saves three break points and gets onto the board.

  131. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 1-2 TROICKI: Brown is all over the Troicki serve and he has another break point. But a rare error on the forehand wing and Troicki holds on again.

  132. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 0-3 KERBER: Fantastic returning from Kerber and she breaks again. Racing through this first set already.

  133. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - BROWN 1-1 TROICKI: An easy service hold for Dustin Brown. Heavy serving and he races to his first game.

  134. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 0-2 KERBER: An early break for Kerber has started full of confidence.

  135. Viktor Troicki - Dustin Brown

    - - BROWN 0-1 TROICKI: Brown continues where he left off against Nadal. A combination of blazing winners and soft hands at the net. He forges a break point but Troicki holds on.

  136. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - MUGURUZA 0-1 KERBER: A comfortable hold to love for Kerber. Solid start.

  137. - First up is Angelique Kerber against Gabrine Muguruza. The players are warming up. Difficult match to call, perhaps Kerber with greater experience on grass the slight favourite.

  138. Garbiñe Muguruza - Angelique Kerber

    - First up is Angelique Kerber against Gabrine Muguruza. The players are warming up. Difficult match to call, perhaps Kerber with greater experience on grass the slight favourite.

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  142. 11.25 - Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of Day 6 of the Championships at a sunny Wimbledon. A great line-up today including Caroline Wozniacki, Petra Kvitova, Sabine Lisicki and more.

  143. 11.25 - The weather is yet again hot, hot, hot! 24 degrees Celsius and no chance of the rain we had last night. First up we have Dustin Brown against Victor Troicki.

  144. - Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of Day 6 of the Championships at Wimbledon. A great line-up today including Rafael Nadal’s conqueror Dustin Brown, Roger Federer, James Ward, Andy Murray and more.