Three-time champion Djokovic advanced with a 6-4 6-1 7-6 (7-2) defeat of Ernests Gulbis.
Seven-time champion Roger Federer and three-time victor Novak Djokovic registered straight set victories to enter the third round of the Wimbledon tennis tournament here. He picked up his 236th win at a major. If she said, I don't want to travel no more, I'll say, Okay, my career is over.
Asked how he could make Federer nervous, Zverev said: "I don't know if it's something I can do or he can do to himself. Whereas with Rafa's confidence, I thought he was also going to be there". "It's not easy playing on grass against a big server like that".
Djokovic has marched into the last 16 on London's lush lawns for the 10th time, for the loss of just 19 games.
Djokovic takes a 1-0 career edge over unseeded Adrian Mannarino of France into his last-16 clash, with that win coming at Wimbledon in straight sets in the second round past year.
Three-time Wimbledon doubles champions Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan lost in the second round in straight sets.
But the sport's leading lights are safely into the fourth round and Federer said: "I think it's great".
Israeli Dudi Sela was trailing Dimitrov 6-1 6-1 when he became the ninth player to call it quits mind match, having first called for a trainer after the first set.
Federer will now face 12th seed Grigor Dimitrov, who like the Swiss hasn't dropped a set on his way to the last 16.
Earlier in the day, Bulgarian Dimitrov had become the first victor on middle Saturday, producing some spellbinding tennis until Sela was forced to retire. Kontaveit, ranked No. 38, broke Wozniacki in the next game for a 6-5 lead, but Wozniacki broke back and won the tiebreaker before controlling the third set. All of their meetings have come on hard courts.
He finished with more than twice as many winners, 55, as unforced errors, 26.
Heat and humidity surge this week
We will add 5-10 degrees on to those highs, and that means triple digit temperatures are expected by Sunday afternoon. Our rain chances increase toward the end of the week as a cold front makes its way toward our region from the north.
"I'm delighted with the performance today". It was a pity I couldn't hold my serve. I started getting better and better there.
"When I began moving I felt like a strained a muscle".
"But she's happy to be doing it - not on a weekly basis because travelling gets too much with four children, so I went to Stuttgart and Halle on my own".
But the bustling Spaniard has played some sensational tennis in his opening three matches and faces Luxembourg veteran Gilles Muller on Monday for a place in the quarter-finals. The 32-year-old American was hurt early in the third set of a second-round match on Thursday.
With all four of the top players in the Men's draw in action, spectators will be hopeful that there is very little disturbance to play, especially with more rain forecast for Tuesday.
"I would think so".
Kerber was the runner-up to Serena Williams at the All England Club previous year.
"Obviously grass is a very demanding surface for maintenance. Wimbledon is my favorite tournament", Querrey said.
Older sister Venus Williams is competing, and the 10th seed has played smooth tennis as she made it through the first week.
Querrey says "it's always tough to come out and serve first like he had to".
The information though was later corrected but not before screenshots of the mistake nearly going viral.
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