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.
Wimbledon day four: Iga Swiatek and Rafael Nadal battle on
Katie Boulter, Heather Watson and Liam Broady won on Thursday to keep the British flag flying.
Alex De Minaur joins girlfriend Katie Boulter in Wimbledon third round
The 20-year-old won the first set on Court One but fell to a 5-7 7-6 (0) 6-2 6-3 defeat.
Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon: ‘Every day is a challenge’
Rafael Nadal is prepared to grind his way into the second week at SW19.
Iga Swiatek made to sweat to progress at Wimbledon and extend streak
Karolina Pliskova was the big seed to exit the women’s draw on Thursday while Kirsten Flipkens bowed out.
Exclusive – John Lloyd on the key reason for the stunning form of Katie Boulter and British players at Wimbledon
The stunning success of British players at Wimbledon contunued as Katie Boulter, Heather Watson and Liam Broady all won.
Heather Watson ‘pretty relaxed’ as she looks to break new ground at Wimbledon
This is Heather Watson’s fourth time in the Wimbledon third round.
Liam Broady hails ‘amazing feeling’ after beating Diego Schwartzman for biggest win of his career
The British No 5 lost 11 games in a row but fought back to down the 12th seed.
Kyle Edmund set to end 18-month injury nightmare with Wimbledon mixed doubles appearance
The former world No 14 will play mixed doubles in SW19.
Wimbledon Centre Court delight for Katie Boulter and home crowd as she upsets Karolina Pliskova
Katie Boulter reached the third round of Wimbledon for the first time in her career.