The latest on Wimbledon (all times local).

2.10 p.m.

Angelique Kerber, former Wimbledon champion, turned her match in the third round around completely after a rain delay and beat Aliaksandra Snovich 2-6 6-0 6-1

Kerber was trailing 5-1 in the opening set. Play was stopped for approximately 90 minutes. However, Kerber dominated her Belarusian opponent when play resumed.

Kerber is the only woman’s former champion remaining in the draw. Sasnovich won the second round after Serena Williams was forced to retire due to injury in the first set.


11:15 a.m.

Rain has caused Wimbledon to be closed.

When play was stopped, seventh-seeded Matteo Berrettini (now Angelique Kerber) and former Wimbledon champion were among those in third round action on the outer courts.

Matches at No. 1 Court and Centre Court Matches on Centre Court and No. 1 Court were yet to begin.

Although there were rain delays on the first two days, the weather has been dry ever since.


11:15 a.m.

Roger Federer is not the fan favorite on Centre Court for once.

Eight-time Wimbledon champion Cameron Norrie is facing Queen’s Club runner up Cameron Norrie. He was the only British man left after Andy Murray lost and Daniel Evans lost.

Federer, 39 years old, is the oldest man to participate in Wimbledon’s third round since 1975.

Coco Gauff, 17, attempts to reach the fourth round on the women’s side. Gauff will play Kaja Juvan on Centre Court. Ash Barty, a top-ranked player, takes on Katerina Simiakova.

Rain is expected to fall after a few dry days.