Gallery: The story from a scorching day six at Wimbledon 2018
Here is your pictorial from day six at Wimbledon 2018 at the All England Club.
On the day England played Sweden in the FIFA World Cup, Sir Bobby Charlton was in the Royal Box at SW19.
It was another balmy day and Gilles Simon felt the heat, but still advanced with victory over Matthew Ebden.
Former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko had a few frustrating moments, but still advanced.
Benoit Paire took a tumble during his match against Juan Martin del Potro.
And the Frenchman also tumbled out of the tournament as Del Potro won in three sets.
The heat was a factor for Rafael Nadal, but not too much as he still advanced.
Alex De Minaur also needed cooling down during his match against Nadal.
World No 1 Simona Halep snapped at the right moment against Hsieh Su-wei.
But it wasn’t to be for the Romanian as she lost in three sets to the Taiwanese player.
Su-wei claiming her biggest-ever win.
Ernests Gulbis also caused an upset in the men’s draw as he beat Alexander Zverev.
And then there was Novak Djokovic flying against Kyle Edmund.
Andy Murray lands Stan Wawrinka in French Open draw
Murray’s last match at Roland Garros was a semi-final against Wawrinka in 2017.
Liam Broady thanks Andy Murray after qualifying for French Open for first time
Broady defeated Australian Marc Polmans to qualify at a grand slam for the first time.
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Novak Djokovic refuses French Open favourite tag: ‘If it’s Roland Garros, you bet on Rafael Nadal’
It’s still Rafa’s house, says Djokovic.
Dominic Thiem says ‘the pressure has now gone’ as he targets another Grand Slam crown
Austrian looking to ride momentum in Paris.
Novak Djokovic admits US Open ejection was tough mentally: ‘I experienced ups and downs’
World number one discusses Flushing Meadows fallout.
Benoit Paire allowed to play in Hamburg despite positive Covid-19 test
Rules in Germany meant Paire was deemed no longer to be infectious.
‘Simona Halep is going to be tough to beat at Roland Garros,’ admits Karolina Pliskova
Will conditions help Romanian?
Roger Federer ‘will need to rely on Dominic Thiem to keep his records,’ says French Open winner
Is Austrian Federer’s ‘best ally’?