Gallery: The story from a dramatic day nine at Wimbledon 2018
Here is your pictorial from a star-studded men’s quarter-final day at Wimbledon 2018.
Through the racket of Novak Djokovic.
Kei Nishikori lets his frustrations out.
As does Djokovic.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwell was in attendance.
Nishikori took a tumble…and he also tumbled out as he was beaten in four sets by Djokovic.
That winning feeling.
Roger Federer was feeling the heat after Kevin Anderson took him to five sets.
Anderson brought his A-game.
Match point Anderson.
The King of Wimbledon was dethroned by Anderson.
Man of the moment Anderson.
Rafael Nadal had his game face on against Juan Martin del Potro.
Del Potro was up for the challenge.
Nadal ended up in the crowd and…
…then took a tumble.
Del Potro on his haunches.
Milos Raonic and…
…John Isner battled it out for the right to face Anderson.
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