Roger Federer and Andy Murray, much to the delight of the Centre Court crowd, both reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Monday. We just walked down the hill to the All England Club most of the time.
"I would say it's the best day of tennis that you can see", says Berdych. But Dimitrov, 26, shocked Andy Murray en route to the Wimbledon semi-finals in 2014 and Federer will take nothing for granted. Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic all got top billing.
A fourth break point disappeared when a back-pedaling Paire stopped play and challenged a Murray drive. Maybe a couple of sloppy service games in the first set but that was by far the best I'd hit the ball so far in the tournament. I think I can do something good against him.
"I'm just here, happy to have actually made it into the second week, happy to come through three battles this week".
The first British woman in a quarter-final here since Jo Durie in 1984, Konta said: "It's very exciting".
Earlier, Croat Marin Cilic demolished Roberto Bautista Agut 6-2, 6-2, 6-2. In the bottom half, it's five-time champion Venus Williams vs.
The Swiss star will now face Milos Raonic, the 2016 runner-up, after the sixth-seeded Canadian clinched a 4-6, 7-5, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 win over Alexander Zverev of Germany, the 10th seed. It's just tough to bet against Murray here, especially when Querrey hasn't been here often. Querrey faces unseeded Kevin Anderson of South Africa in a contest of two of the game's biggest servers.
The Frenchman provided Murray with the latest test of his title credentials as well as of his injured hip, but the champion reached the last eight for the 10th straight year with some comfort.More news: Modi's historic touch to Israel ties
He said: "I don't know why I play well against them".
Her remarks come amid a growing torrent of criticism that the scheduling at Wimbledon is sexist.
With the loss by Kerber, either Simona Halep or Karolina Pliskova will take over as the top-ranked player after the tournament.
"Always the end of Grand Slams is a unusual feeling because in the first week, it s such a big buzz around the players areas, so busy, but by the semi-finals and finals there s very few people around". Exactly one month ago, the 20-year-old was playing in the French Open final in front of 14,840 spectators on Court Philippe Chatrier.
This is the tournament, and Centre Court is the place, where I've played my best tennis, and I guess that consistency proves it.
Wimbledon official Neil Stubley has downplayed any problem concerning the courts: "We looked at the baselines and the areas that they thought there was an issue", he said.
There were four breaks of serve across the opening eight games but Paire's unpredictable style soon became predictable, allowing the defending champion to establish control and find his rhythm.
The Scot had won his previous two encounters at SW19 in straight-sets but against far lower ranked opponents, so we can dismiss them somewhat. World No. 46 Paire, a clay court specialist, has advanced past the third round at The Championships for the first time in his career and will look to bounce back after a poor showing at Roland Garros in June.