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Wimbledon 2019 results: Serena Williams and Simona Halep reach final, Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal build-up

Follow build-up to Federer’s huge clash with Nadal after Williams and Halep reach the women’s final

Kieran Jackson
Wimbledon
Thursday 11 July 2019 16:15
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Wimbledon Championships in numbers

Re-live the coverage from day 10 of the Wimbledon Championships after Serena Williams and Simona Halep booked their place in the women's final.

Williams stormed past Barbora Strycova, winning 6-1 6-2 in just 59 minutes, while Halep beat Elina Svitolina 6-1 6-3 earlier in the day.

Saturday's final will be the American's 11th as Halep makes her first appearance here at the All England Club. Re-live the action below:

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ORDER OF PLAY - DAY TEN

Centre Court (from 1pm)

Elina Svitolina v (7) Simona Halep

(11) Serena Williams v Barbora Zahlavova Strycova

(3) Raven Klaasen & Michael Venus v (2) Juan Sebastian Cabal & Robert Farah ​

Court 1 (from 1pm)

(11) Nicolas Mahut & Edouard Roger-Vasselin v Ivan Dodig & Filip Polasek

(1) Bruno Soares & Nicole Melichar v Matwe Middelkoop & Zhaoxuan Yang

Robert Lindstedt & Jelena Ostapenko v (12) Franko Skugor & Raluca Olaru

Court 2

Jeremy Bates & Andrew Castle v Wayne Ferreira & Mark Woodforde

Anne Keothavong & Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario v Iva Majoli& Magdalena Maleeva

(5) Wesley Koolhof & Kveta Peschke v Artem Sitak & Laura Siegemund

Mansour Bahrami & Chris Wilkinson v Jonas Bjorkman & Todd Woodbridge

Court 3

Anton Matusevich v (8) Shintaro Mochizuki

(1) Emma Navarro v (6) Natsumi Kawaguchi

Nicolas Alvarez Varona & Juan Bautista Torres v (2) Shintaro Mochizuki & Holger Vitus Nodskov Rune

(3) Natsumi Kawaguchi & Adrienn Nagy v Polina Kudermetova & Giulia Morlet

Court 5

Arthur Fery & Toby Samuel v Taha Baadi & Filip Cristian Jianu

Savannah Broadus & Abigail Forbesv Weronika Baszak & Martyna Kubka

Eliot Spizzirri & Tyler Zink v Jacob Fearnley& Connor Thomson

Holly Fischer & Matilda Mutavdzic v Chloe Beck & Emma Navarro

Court 6

Linda Fruhvirtova & Kristyna Lavickova v (2) Alina Charaeva& Anastasia Tikhonova

Funa Kozaki & Amarissa Kiara Toth v Carlota Martinez Cirez & Ane Mintegi Del Olmo

Flavio Cobolli & Dominic Stephan Stricker v Brandon Nakashima & Valentin Royer

Cannon Kingsley & Alexander Zgirovsky v (6) Shunsuke Mitsui & Keisuke Saitoh

Court 8

Polina Kudermetova v Daria Snigur

Dalibor Svrcina v Carlos Gimeno Valero

(1) Jonas Forejtek & Jiri Lehecka v Tristan Schoolkate & Dane Sweeny

(8) Hurricane Tyra Black & Shavit Kimchi v Aubane Droguet & Selena Janicijevic

Court 12

(4) Martin Damm (USA) v (10) Carlos Alcaraz Garfia

(10) Alexa Noel v Priska Madelyn Nugroho

(3) Martin Damm & Toby Kodat v Andrew Paulson & Eric Vanshelboim

Kamilla Bartone & Oksana Selekhmeteva v Robin Montgomery & Maria Camila Osorio Serrano

Court 18

(17) Harold Mayot v Illya Beloborodko

Elsa Jacquemot v (4) Diane Parry

(7) Liam Draxl & Govind Nanda v Baptiste Anselmo& Loris Pourroy

Valentina Ryser & Alexandra Vecic v (4) Joanna Garland & Sohyun Park

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Good morning and welcome to our live coverage from Wimbledon.

Defending champion Djokovic opens proceedings against David Goffin of Belgium before eight-time champion Federer continues his campaign against Kei Nishikori on Centre Court.

Rafael Nadal also returns, this time on Court One, where he takes on big serving Sam Querrey.

And don't forget Serena Willians and Andy Murray with the superstar mixed doubles pairing back in action.

We'll have all the latest throughout the day.

Ben Burrows10 July 2019 11:16
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Here is today's order of play, with two quarter-finals on Centre Court and two on Court No 1, while Andy Murray and Serena Williams play their third round mixed doubles match on Court 2. 

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The Independent columnist Nick Bollettieri has hid his say on Jo Konta's exit from the tournament yesterday:

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Lewis Hamilton would've been quicker...

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For what it's worth, my prediction is Pella v Bautista Agut will go to five sets, and thus will be the match of the day.

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Novak Djokovic and David Goffin are out on Centre Court warming up ahead of their quarter-final!

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A famous visitor...

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