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Laura Robson will become the first British woman in almost three decades to reach the quarter-finals of Wimbledon today if she beats Estonia's Kaia Kanepi.

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Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic sets the standard with crushing victory over Jeremy Chardy

World number one Novak Djokovic laid down a marker for his Wimbledon rivals as he took apart France's Jeremy Chardy.

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Andy Murray v Serena Williams? I'd be up for it, he says. That would be fun, she says.

First Andy Murray v Serena Williams - now Novak Djokovic says he'll take on Maria Sharapova

Mixed singles? After Williams says 'it would be fun' to play Murray, men's world number one throws down challenge to women's number three

Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic's bid to make final looks far tougher than previously thought

When the draw for Wimbledon was made a week ago, the common consensus was that the biggest winner was Novak Djokovic. While Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer would have to fight it out in the other half of the draw, the highest-ranked player in the 26-year-old Serb's section was David Ferrer, who has just one quarter-final appearance to show from 10 visits here.

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Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic eases into third round with 7-6 6-3 6-1 victory over Bobby Reynolds

World No 1 continues his good form with victory over American as he avoids the same fate that met rival Roger Federer

Serena Williams in the second round win over Caroline Garcia

Serena Williams tells Andy Murray: Let's do it

Reigning Wimbledon champion responds to Brits offer after being challenged to showdown match

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Wimbledon 2013: Agnieszka Radwanska through with crushing victory

Polish fourth seed dropped just four games as she defeated Mathilde Johansson on Centre Court

Andy Murray practicing on his day-off ahead of his third round match with Tommy Robredo

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray tips Roger Federer to bounce back following his shock early exit

British No 1 believes Federer will remain a threat to future tournaments despite seeing his consecutive quarter-final record come to an end

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Federer crashes out as draw opens up for Murray

Roger Federer heads for the Wimbledon exit

Wimbledon's crazy day of falling stars: Champion Roger Federer is beaten to open way for Andy Murray

While injuries force All England Club defend 'dangerous' courts after record seven withdrawals in one day

Maria Sharapova gets up after slipping on the grass during her match against Michelle Larcher de Brito

Are the courts to blame for Wimbledon's injuries and withdrawals?

Fingers were pointed at the surface after fall of top players, but there are few grounds for concern

Shock: Roger Federer was defeat by unheralded Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky

Wimbledon 2013: Flat Roger Federer taught lesson by old-school Sergiy Stakhovsky - ranked 116 in the world

Ukrainian's serve-and-volleying style too hot for Wimbledon champion to handle

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