Day Eight of Wimbledon was the day of the women’s quarter-finals and was packed with entertaining action, along with some high profile names in the crowd.
Serena Williams was in action whilst Rafael Nadal found out who he will be facing in the last eight.
Former world number one Andy Murray isn’t playing at this year’s tournament, but he did have something controversial to say which had several fans shocked, whilst his brother Jamie was in men’s doubles action.
Andy is on pundit duty for BBC Sport and he shared a hilarious moment on-screen with Tim Henman, which caused a social media frenzy.
Here’s all the best news from day eight:
Del Potro sets up quarter-final match with Nadal
Juan Martin del Potro eventually got the better of determined Frenchman Gilles Simon after play was suspended on Monday evening and continued on Tuesday.
The Argentine claimed a 7-6 (7-1) 7-6 (7-5) 5-7 7-6 (7-5) victory and faces the tough task of beating Nadal.
Serena Williams digs deep to reach semi-final
Serena Williams came back from a set down to beat Camila Giorgi and reach the last four of the women’s singles. Williams secured a 3-6 6-3 6-4 and will face Julia Gorges on Thursday.
Andy Murray happy that he skipped Wimbledon
Andy Murray has admitted that he has no regrets over skipping this year’s Wimbledon and believes it was the best decision for himself.
Murray didn’t want to put himself through such rigorous matches so soon after returning to the court and believes his sacrifice was worthy of making.
Jamie Murray eliminated in men's doubles quarter-final
Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares lost a five-set thriller to miss out on a semi-final spot. It was a gruelling encounter and Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus showed heart, courage and skill.
The match lasted more than four hours before the 13th seeds won 7-6 (7-5) 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 6-7 (4-7) 4-6.
Henman and Murray share the banter on-screen
Andy Murray has been a welcome addition to the BBC analysis studio for Wimbledon, but Tim Henman was more bothered about who fans think is more boring from the pair.
The BBC created an online poll to solve the issue, with Henman taking 65% of the votes for being ‘more boring’ than Murray. Another title for Henman!
Drake enjoys some Wimbledon action
After dropping his latest music album ‘Scorpion’ and performing at the Wireless Festival, Drake turned up at Wimbledon to watch the tennis.
The hugely successful rapper also showed his support for the England football team. Is there anything that this man can’t do?
Ostapenko beats Cibulkova to reach semi-final
Jelena Ostapenko overcame the challenge posed by Dominika Cibulkova to set up a semi-final match against Angelique Kerber.
Ostapenko sealed a 7-5 6-4 but is the underdog against against two-time Grand Slam winner Kerber.