Gallery: All the best snaps from an eventful day four at Wimbledon
Here is your pictorial from day four at the All England Club.
It was a colourful, star-studded event, as ever.
The biggest star of the all was on-court, though.
Novak Djokovic was dominant.
Marin Cilic was unceremoniously dumped out of the competition though.
And Stan Wawrinka’s brief resurgence came to an abrupt end too.
John Isner’s serve was certainly on song, with 64 aces exploding off his racket during his match.
Simona Halep didn’t mess about either, winning her second set 6-0.
Johanna Konta’s hopes ended.
But Kyle Edmund is still alive in the tournament, and so are British hopes.
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