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.
Daniil Medvedev needs strong clay-court season after previous struggles on the red dirt
Daniil Medvedev eyes fix for his clay woes, writes Oli Jefford.
‘I am really happy proud of myself,’ says Lorenzo Musetti after saving four match points against Dan Evans
Musetti fights back to see off Evans in Sardegna.
Ashleigh Barty and Coco Gauff roll on in Charleston, Garbine Muguruza bows out through injury
Wins for Barty and Gauff, but Muguruza out.
Novak Djokovic’s father takes fresh swipe at Roger Federer, saying Swiss great is ‘not a good man’
Srdjan Djokovic has another go at Roger Federer.
French player hits out at French Open postponement, saying ‘it’s a pretty selfish decision’
Alize Cornet unimpressed by French Open delay.
Rafael Nadal’s uncle and former coach, Toni Nadal, to work with rising star Felix Auger-Aliassime
Toni Nadal joins coaching set-up of Felix Auger-Aliassime
Grand Slam Board confirms shorter grass-court season raising questions over the tennis calender
The 2021 grass-court season has been reduced by a week.
Ashleigh Barty provides perfect response to her world No 1 ranking critics with Miami Open title
Ashleigh Barty “has responded perfectly” to critics, writes Oli Jefford.
Roland Garros officials deny reports that 2021 French Open night matches will feature only men
Women could also feature during night sessions.
French Open postponed by a week in hope for more spectators to attend
Main draw event due to start on May 30.