If Halep beats Konta in the last eight, she will become world number one. Murray, the defending champion, will face Benoit Paire before Federer arrives at Centre Court.
Nadal had won 28 consecutive completed sets at major tournaments, equaling his personal best. She was the first woman to win her debut tour-level title at a Grand Slam tournament since 1979.
Federer is 1.14 for the win today, with bet365 Sports posting odds in his favor. while Dimitrov needs to pull off the upset win at 5.50. bet365 Sports is offering their incredibly popular live in play odds throughout the match, with live streaming of all the action for their members.
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They accused Doha of supporting terrorism. "The Iranian block where we are supposed to produce is next to the border with Qatar". Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said the four nations would consult and soon decide on the future steps at the right time.
Czech 11th seed Tomas Berdych, the 2010 runner-up, downed eighth-seeded Dominic Thiem of Austria 6-3 6-7 (1/7) 6-3 3-6 6-3 to reach the quarterfinals on Monday, while Querrey booked his shot at Murray with a five-set victory over Kevin Anderson. "Whereas with Rafa's confidence, I thought he was also going to be there", said Federer, who has a cold.
It's the business end of the tournament and instead of the early stages messily merging into the last 16 match-ups, the tournament presses the re-set button and the pause amplifies the sense of drama to come.
The British No.1 is the first woman from these shores to reach the last eight since Jo Durie in 1984.
It will be a sunny and dry start for SW19 but rain could disrupt afternoon play, the Met Office said.
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She also took to Instagram to share a few pics of her new "mystical" look, captioning one snapshot simply, "It's lit". She said she has not heard from any of his family members since Kardashian's social media postings last Wednesday.
"It's important to get through to the second week", the 18-time Grand Slam victor continued.
Muguruza holds a 4-3 career lead over Kerber, having won all of the last four meetings including in the Wimbledon fourth round two years ago. On Court 12, look out for French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko, who faces fourth seed Elena Svitolina of Ukraine.
Kuznetsova was the first to finish her match on Monday, beating Agnieszka Radwanska 6-2, 6-4.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the seven-time champion now stands alone atop the Open Era list for most Wimbledon quarter-final appearances.
Johanna Konta elated to edge out 'in-form' Caroline Garcia
Born at Royal North Shore Hospital, Konta represented Australia in juniors before moving to Spain at age 13. Konta went on to win the next three games before Garcia served out confidently to love to level the match.
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