Day five of Wimbledon continued to provide drama, excitement and some thrilling rallies as more high-profile names crashed out of the tournament in the opening week.
Number one seed Roger Federer was up against German Jan-Lennard Struff on Centre Court.
Both Serena and Venus Williams were involved in their respective third-round matches and men’s fourth seed Alexander Zverev was involved in a five-set thriller against Taylor Fritz.
Here is everything you need to know from day five of the tournament.
Federer strolls into second week
Roger Federer eased past German Jan-Lennard Struff on Centre Court to make it into the second week at the All England Club.
The Swiss star needed just 93 minutes to defeat Struff 6-3 7-5 6-2 and set up a fourth-round match against Frenchman Adrian Mannarino.
Venus suffers surprise defeat
Ninth seed Venus Williams was perhaps the biggest casualty of day five, after crashing out 6-2 6-7 8-6 to Kiki Bertens.
It was Bertens’ first win over a top-10 player and it is the first time she has made the second week at Wimbledon.
Seven-time champion Serena through
Venus’ sister Serena Williams did make it through to the fourth-round on day five after a 7-5 7-6 straight sets win against France’s Kristina Mladenovic.
The 25th seed will be confident of making it title number eight at the All England Club, with the American now avoiding any further seeds until the semi-final stage.
Edmund begs Wimbledon bosses to move Djokovic clash
British number one Kyle Edmund begged Wimbledon bosses to make sure his match with Novak Djokovic on Saturday does not clash with England’s World Cup quarter-final against Sweden.
And Wimbledon bosses seemed to have listened to Edmund, scheduling his match with Djokovic last on Centre Court.
Zverev wins five-set thriller
Returning on day five, fourth seed Alexander Zverev was two sets to one behind against Taylor Fritz.
However, the young German won the fourth and fifth sets 6-1 and 6-2 to make it into the fourth-round.
The 21-year-old could well be a dark horse to claim his first ever Grand Slam.
Madison Keys suffers shock defeat to Russian qualifier
American 10th seed Madison Keys crashed out in the third-round to Russian qualifier Evgeniya Rodina.
Rodina prevailed in a thrilling encounter 7-5 5-7 6-4, with now only three of the top 10 ladies single seeds left in the competition.
Rodina will now face seven-time champion Serena Williams in the fourth-round.