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Wimbledon: Murray downs Kyrgios 7-5, 6-1, 6-4


07-05-2016 10:58 BJT

World number two Andy Murray is now the favourite, after the early exit of top seed and defending champ Novak Djokovic. The Scot was facing the eccentric Nick Kyrgios in the fourth round, and a spot in the last 8 on the line. And a win by the 2013 champ would seal his ninth straight trip to the quarter-finals at the All-England club.

Murray would grab the first two sets and looks to take control of the third -- tied 1-1 in the frame, the two-time major winner unleashes this passing shot that the Aussie cannot reach.

And the world number two would get a break later in the set, and is able to seal victory with an ace, notching his 50th win at the All England Club. 7-5, 6-1, 6-4 is the final as he moves into the last eight without having dropped a set.

Frenchman prevails after countryman withdraws with injury

That is Richard Gasquet at the bottom of your screen facing Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in an all-french encounter, only this match last just 24 minutes when Gasquet has to retire trailing 4-2 in the opener, because of a bad back.

What? But I was ordering pizza. I cannot eat it all myself. Really, so your leaving, fine, but it is two-for Tuesday.

Swiss into record tying 14th Quarter-Final at tournament

Seven-time champion Roger Federer at the bottom of your screen also, has yet to drop a set in the tournament and led Steve Johnson 2-sets to love. The American was was making his debut in the fourth round of a Grand Slam, but it would not last long, as the Swiss his behind him to take control of the frame leading 3-1.

Federer then fires up an ace on match point to equal Jimmy Connors' Open era record by reaching his 14th Wimbledon quarter-final and extends to his own mark by making it at least that far at a Grand Slam tournament for the 48th time.

The Swiss will now face 2014 U-S Open champion Marin Cilic who was a set and 5-1 up on Kei Nishikori when the Japanese retired with a rib injury. Canadian sixth seed Milos Raonic came from two sets to down to beat David Goffin in five sets. Meanwhile, the well behaved Bernard Tomic is upset by Lucas Pouille in five sets. 10-8 in the decider.

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