The latest on Wimbledon (all times local).

8:30 p.m.

American Madison Keys beat No. 13-seeded Elise Mertens defeated 7-5, 6-1.

Keys, seeded 23rd in the field, won 29 matches to Mertens’ nine. This was her third win this year against a top-20 foe.

Keys will be facing Viktorija Gorlubic on Monday


7:25 p.m.

In their first Wimbledon mixed doubles match, Venus Williams and Nick Kyrgios were a crowd pleaser.

There were many rallies, stunning winners, on-court banter, and one expletive-laden tirade by Kyrgios towards the chair umpire at No. 2 Court.

Final score: 6-3, 3-3, 7-5

After Kyrgios and the glamour duo had fallen to an early break in the final set, Kyrgios shouted at the umpire. He was apparently upset about a late call by a line judge. They quickly regrouped and saved two break points at 5-5, the second being when Williams, 41, hit a lob past Krajicek.

Santamaria’s lunging forehand was enough to secure the win.

Williams, a five-time Wimbledon singles champion, lost in the second round. Kyrgios is now in the third round.


7:15 p.m.

Sebastian Korda is making his Wimbledon debut.

Rising American player, who was playing on Centre Court for only the second time, won the fourth round beating Daniel Evans, Britain, 6-3.

Korda, 20 years old, is the fifth man to reach the fourth round of Wimbledon in the last decade. His opponent Monday is No. Karen Khachanov, 25, is his opponent.

Korda is the son and brother of Jessica Korda and 1998 Australian Open champion Petr Korda. Last week, Nelly won her first major title and became the first American woman in seven years to achieve No. 1. in the women’s global rankings.


6:05 p.m.

Novak Djokovic increased to 17-0 in Grand Slam matches after beating Denis Kudla, an American qualifier, in the third round of Wimbledon.

Djokovic is currently the top-ranked player and has won 17 consecutive matches at Wimbledon where he is also the two-time defending champion.

He double-faulted his first two service points, but then he took advantage of some shaky Kudla forehands in the tiebreaker to win.

After committing six errors in the second round, Djokovic committed 28 unforced mistakes. Monday’s opponent will be No. Cristian Garin, 17th seed from Chile, defeated Pedro Martinez 6-4.


4.15 p.m.

Ons Jabeur was just one point away of her greatest win at Wimbledon. She knelt at the back Court and vomited.

She then got up and completed the task.

Jabeur won a set to defeat Garbine Muguruza, former Wimbledon champion, 5-7,6-3,6-2. This was Jabeur’s first appearance in the fourth round of grass-court Grand Slam.

The Tunisian, who threw up just before her first match point was over, converted her second with a forehand win and fell on her back on grass. Jabeur made it to the quarterfinals at the Australian Open last year, but she said that this was her best day.

Jabeur was not able to make it past the second round of the All England Club’s third appearance and was now playing on Centre Court. Muguruza won Wimbledon 2017 and the French Open 2016.

Muguruza saved 24 breakpoints, but she still lost her serve five more times to the Jabeur, who won 44.


4.30 p.m.

Frances Tiafoe believes he was so intent on revenge for losing to Karen Khachanov in the third round at Wimbledon 2018 that he ended up with the exact same result against the opponent at the same stage.

Tiafoe said: “I played a bit tight. It was a great opportunity. It was too much for me to lose.”

Three years ago, Tiafoe won the first two sets against Khachanov and then the Russian came back to win in five. The match ended in a tie between Maryland’s 23-year-old Tiafoe and Khachanov, who lost 6-3.

“I was playing tentatively. Tiafoe stated that he wasn’t aggressive. Tiafoe said, “I was letting him dictate the play.”

He was in great form and won all 29 of his service games this week. This included a win over No. He was 3rd seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and was just coming off a run at the French Open final.

However, Tiafoe was broken three times by Khachanov, the 25th-seeded.

Tiafoe stated, “Not my best day”, “by any means.”


2:20 p.m.

No. Aryna Sabalenka, 2nd seed, defeated Maria Camila Osorio Serrano, 6-0, and 6-3 to reach Wimbledon’s fourth round. This was her best performance at a Grand Slam.

Sabalenka is currently the only female among top 20 seeds to not reach a major quarterfinal.

Osorio serrano was unable to match her dominance and she won with a 22-9 advantage in the winners’ bracket. Only three of the eleven highest-ranked women remain in the draw.


1:45 p.m.

Please, new bowls!

During a visit to Wimbledon, Day 5, the Duchess of Cambridge worked in the kitchens.

Formerly known as Kate Middleton the duchess helped to prepare strawberry desserts in one the kitchens of the All England Club, which was used to distribute hot meals to victims of the coronavirus pandemic.

Kate was wearing a brown apron with a blue and white face mask while she cored strawberries, and other dessert items that would be served at the tournament.

She also visited an outside court to see Jamie Murray of Britain play doubles.

The duchess of Cambridge is a patron to the All England Club. She has also been a frequent visitor to the royal box at Centre Court with her husband, Prince William.


2 p.m.

After defeating Irina Camelia Begu, an error-prone Iga Swiatek, the former French Open champion became the first to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon this year.

Swiatek, seventh seed, had never won a grass match in her career. However, the Polish player only needed 55 minutes to advance into the second week. In her previous appearance at All England Club, she lost in round one.

Swiatek beat Begu 86% on her first serve. She finished the match with six unforced errors compared to the Romanian’s 25.


11:15 a.m.

Novak Djokovic will need to play his third round match away from Centre Court to make way for two British men.

Denis Kudla, an American qualifier, will be facing the top-ranked Serb on No. He will be attempting to retain his bid for a third consecutive Wimbledon title and sixth overall.

Instead, tournament organizers have put 22nd-seeded Daniel Evans from Britain on Centre Court. Before Andy Murray, the two-time champion, Evans will face Sebastian Korda from the United States. 10 Denis Shapovalov.

Aryna Sabalenka, second-seeded, faces Maria Osorio Serrano. Iga Swiatek, a former French Open champion takes on Irina Camelia Begu.