It was another busy day of tennis action at Wimbledon, with men’s world number two Roger Federer in action playing for a quarter-final spot.
Serena Williams was also back in action, with Wimbledon fans being treated to the ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ of tennis playing on the same day.
With Andy Murray not taking part in this year’s tournament, it was his brother Jamie’s turn to grab the headlines as he was in men’s doubles action.
And the organisers of Wimbledon had an important announcement about the men’s singles final.
Find all the best stories from day seven below.
Federer storms into quarter-final
Defending champion Roger Federer eased into the quarter-final by beating Adrian Mannarino in straight sets.
Federer won 6-0 7-5 6-4 against the 22nd seed and was in stunning form once more to entertain the centre court crowd. Federer will be back in action on Wednesday.
Men's final won't be moved despite World Cup clash
The All England Club committee has decided that the men’s final will not be moved despite the possibility of it falling on the same day as the World Cup final.
England could be in the final but the Wimbledon organisers confirmed that the match won’t be shown on the big screen on Henman Hill.
Jamie Murray advances into doubles quarter-final
Jamie Murray and partner Bruno Soares comfortably advanced into the quarter-final of the men’s doubles with a 6-3 6-4 6-4 win.
Murray is hoping to win his first men’s doubles Wimbledon title.
Seventh seed Pliskova dumped out by Bertens
Seventh seed Karolina Pliskova was dumped out of the tournament by Kiki Bertens in straight sets.
20th seed Bertens defeated Venus Williams and is one of the favourites to lift the women’s title.
Djokovic through to last eight
A turbulent 2017 for the Serb looked as though it may soon be behind him on Monday, as Djokovic booked his place in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon..
Kei Nishikori of Japan awaits the three-time SW19 champ, as the 31-year-old seeks his first Grand Slam victory since 2016.
Serena stands tall in women's draw
With Pliskova’s defeat, Serena Williams is the most recognisable name left in the women’s draw. The 36-year-old could be crowned the Queen of Wimbledon for the eighth time should she emerge victorious, in only her second Grand Slam since giving birth to her daughter in September of last year.