The Wimbledon king and queen reigned supreme while the women’s seeds continued to fall.
Here, Press Association Sport examines an eventful day five of Wimbledon.
Post of the day
Shot of the day
Gael Monfils gave the perfect example of why you should never give points up as he chased down a ball from Sam Querrey and fired back an outrageous winner.
Match of the day
Some unsuspecting spectators who wandered on to Court 14 found themselves watching a classic in the men’s doubles as British pair Jay Clarke and Cameron Norrie returned to finish their match with Marcelo Arevalo and Hans Podlipnik-Castillo. Clarke and Norrie went deep into a fifth-set decider, which ended up lasting for two hours and 23 minutes. Arevalo and Podlipnik-Castillo eventually won it to seal a 6-4 6-7 (5/7) 5-7 6-4 22-20 success.
A good day for…
Frenchman Monfils opened up proceedings on Centre Court and beat Querrey in four sets to book his place in the fourth round for the first time in his career. Not only that, but he got the job done in time to get back to the locker room in time to see France beat Uruguay in the World Cup quarter-final.
A bad day for…
Quote of the day
Stat of the day
Roger Federer’s dominance at Wimbledon shows no sign of waning. The first set of his 6-3 7-5 6-2 win over Jan-Lennard Struff was his 27th in a row at the All England Club. By the time he was in the locker room his run stood at 29 and will probably be extended on Monday.
Saturday’s match of the day
Saturday’s Centre Court order of play