Another day has past in Wimbledon, and another round of action packed matches have been played out.
Today we saw the conclusion of all the women’s quarter finals matches, as well as the resolution of one of the men’s matches
Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson played out an action packed four sets yesterday, with the game postponed due to bad light. We rejoined the pair this morning, and the action was just as good. Djokovic ran out the eventual winner, although Anderson had his chances to topple the world No.1.
Maria Sharapova found it surprisingly hard going against Coco Vandeweghe, and after a hard fought second set we were treated to a third.
The American couldn’t keep it up though, and Sharapova eventually secured her place in the semi-finals.
Former finalist Agnieszka Radwanska also booked her place after a win against Madison keys, with the Pole going through in three sets.
The biggest match of the day was unquestionably Victoria Azarenka against Serena Williams, and an upset was on the cards after the Belarusian clinched the first set.
Serena Williams fought back however, and powered through to win the next two sets and advance.
Williams is on course to clinch all four Grand Slams in a year, but she refuses to be drawn into discussion on the matter.