What to look out for at Wimbledon on Monday

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The second Monday of Wimbledon sees the quarter-final line-up take shape, as every last-16 singles match is played.

Here, Press Association Sport looks at what is always one of the most gripping days of the tennis year.

Post of the day

Wimbledon is ready. The players have had a breather from match action. On Monday the action resumes, and the race is on to reach finals weekend.

A good day for…

The courts have taken a beating in the first week, with the intense heat in London giving the ground staff a major challenge to keep them looking green and lush. On Sunday they benefited from a full day of close care and attention, ahead of another week of broiling temperatures.

A bad day for…

Free ticket to space if I win? @richardbranson

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Stat of the day

Someone totted up the numbers and had worked out before 9.30am on Sunday that the queue for Centre and Court One tickets was over-full.

Monday’s match of the day

And again that happy smile on my face ???❤️

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Monday’s Centre Court order of play

Roger Federer v Adrian Mannarino; Serena Williams v Evgeniya Rodina; Rafael Nadal v Jiri Vesely.

Monday’s Court One order of play

Angelique Kerber v Belinda Bencic; Gael Monfils v Kevin Anderson; Novak Djokovic v Karen Khachanov.

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