The Wimbledon has now shifted to its second last day, where fans will witness the various cracking games.
But the clash which has been the headlines from last night is the battle between the No 1 Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber.
These both will lock their horn on July 9 with the single intention of grabbing the Grand Slam title under their belt.
Serena Williams is just one win away from equalling the Steffi Graf’s world record of winning the Grand Slam title for the most number of 22 times.
Also, this is a perfect opportunity for the Serena to take the revenge from Kerber as she had defeated Serena’s elder sister Venus William to reach the final.
On the other side, Kerber will look to become the first German woman to clinch the Grand Slam title since Graf did way back in the year 1996.
CENTRE Court 2pm start
S WILLIAMS (The US, 1) v (4) A KERBER (Ger, 4); P-H HERBERT & N MAHUT (Fr, 1) v J Benneteau & E Roger-Vasselin (Fr); T Babos & Y Shvedova (Hun/Kaz, 5) v S Williams & V Williams (US)
No1 Court 1pm
D YASTREMSKA (Ukr, 7) v A POTAPOVA (Rus, 4); O Marach & J Ostapenko (Aut/Lat) v H Kontinen & H Watson (Fin/GB); W Ferreira & S Grosjean (SA/Fr) v J Gimelstob & R Hutchins (US/GB)
No3 Court 11.30am
M Maleeva & R Stubbs (Bul/Aus) v B Schett & N Tauziat (Aut/Fr); B SIGOUIN & L WESSELS (Can/Ger, 4) v K RAISMA & S TSITSIPAS (Est/Gre, 2); J Bjorkman & T Johansson (Swe) v J Delgado & R Krajicek (GB/Neth)
Court 18 11.30am
M Bahrami & P McEnroe (Irn/US) v T Woodbridge & M Woodforde (Aus); K JUVAN & I SWIATEK (Svn/Pol, 3) v M Bolkvadze & C McNally (Geo/US); F AUGER-ALIASSIME & D SHAPOVALOV (Can, 1) v M KECMANOVIC & C RUUD (Ser/Nor, 3); O PERVUSHINA & A POTAPOVA (Rus, 1) v U MAITANE ARCONADA & C Liu (US, 4)
To Be Arranged Not before 4pm
J Eltingh & P Haarhuis (Neth) v M Petchey & C.