Tennis Tracker: Djokovic downs Rune after Fritz battles back from brink to stun Zverev

Djokovic is through to yet another quarter-final
Djokovic is through to yet another quarter-finalAFP, Flashscore
We're into the second week at Wimbledon as several of the world's best players look to seal their place in the quarter-finals.

23:05 CET - In a strange post-script to his rather one-sided win over Holger Rune (21), Novak Djokovic (37) blasted the Centre Court crowd for supposedly "disrespectful" chanting - you can read more about that here.

That's all from us tonight but be sure to tune in again tomorrow as the quarter-finals get underway on both the men's and women's sides!

22:17 CET -  Seven-time champion Novak Djokovic (37) has beaten Holger Rune (21) in straight sets to take the final men's quarter-final berth, incredibly it will be the Serb's 15th appearance in the quarters at Wimbledon. In a commanding performance, the living legend downed the Dane 6-3, 6-4, 6-2

Next up for Djokovic is Alex de Minaur (25) on Wednesday - check out the full men's schedule here.

20:58 CET - Barbora Krejcikova (28) has outclassed Danielle Collins (30) to snap up the final women's quarter-final berth. The Czech beat the 11th seed 7-5, 6-3, she will next face Jelena Ostapenko (27).

The quarter-finals are all scheduled to take place tomorrow and Wednesday - check out the full draw here.

20:16 CET - It's time for the main event of the day! Play has started on Centre Court for the final's men's clash of the day and the round with seven-time champion Novak Djokovic (37) taking on Holger Rune (21) for the last quarter-final berth.

Follow the action live here.

19:57 CET - What a monumental effort from 13th seed Taylor Fritz (26) who recovered from two sets down to outlast Alexander Zverev (27) 4-6, 6-7(4), 6-4, 7-6(3), 6-3. It's the second Wimbledon quarter-final for the big-hitting American.

19:15 CET - Fourth seed Alexander Zverev (27) and American Taylor Fritz (26) are into a fascinating final set on Centre Court. 

Follow the rest of the match live here.

18:48 CET - Jelena Ostapenko (27) has continued her superb run of form this tournament with an emphatic 6-2, 6-3 win against Iga Swiatek's conqueror, Yulia Putintseva (29).

17:14 CET - Ninth seed Alex de Minaur (25) is through to a first Wimbledon quarter-final after an absorbing four-set victory over mercurial Frenchman Arthur Fils (20).

The Aussie triumphed 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, but there were concerning scenes towards the end with De Minaur appearing to have injured himself on match point leading to a subdued celebration. 

16:22 CET - Elina Svitolina (29) has eased into the quarter-finals, sweeping past Xinyu Wang (22) 6-2, 6-1 in just 56 minutes. The Ukrainian will face fourth seed Elena Rybakina (25) next on Wednesday.

15:38 CET - Former champion Elena Rybakina (25) is safely through to the last eight after her opponent Anna Kalinskaya (25) was forced to retire while trailing 3-6, 0-3. The Kazakh is the highest seed remaining in the women's draw and many people's favourite for the title. 

14:41 CET - Action is underway on Centre Court with fourth seed Elena Rybakina (25) up against the in-form Anna Kalinskaya (25) for a spot in the quarter-finals.

Follow the match live here.

14:08 CET - It took over two hours but 25th seed Lorenzo Musetti (22) has beaten Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard (21) 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-2 to advance to the quarter-finals. It will be Musetti's first Grand Slam quarter!

13:08 CET - In the first match of the day on Court Two, 25th seed Lorenzo Musetti (22) and Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard (21) are currently locked at one set apiece. 

Follow the rest of the match here.

09:55 CET - It's another blockbuster day at the All England Club, with seven-time champion Novak Djokovic (37) facing mercurial Dane Holger Rune (21) and Elena Rybakina (25) up against the in-form Anna Kalinskaya (25). 

Elsewhere, Alexander Zverev (27), Alex de Minaur (25) and Danielle Collins (30) are also in action.

Check out the full men's schedule here and the women's schedule here.

09:10 CET - Good morning and welcome to our coverage of today's tennis at Wimbledon!


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