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Andy Murray survived another Wimbledon nail-biter to join Johanna Konta in the fourth round.
While Konta shrugged off the added pressure of being made the women's title favourite with a straightforward 6-4 6-1 win over Maria Sakkari, Murray had to battle before beating Fabio Fognini 6-2 4-6 6-1 7-5.
In a dramatic match, the combustible Fognini was docked a point for an obscene gesture in the fourth set as Murray saved five set points and fought back from 5-2 down.
The world number one said: ''I didn't think it was the best match. I didn't feel like I played my best tennis. But I won and I got through it. That's a really positive thing, obviously.
''Now I've got two days to work on some things, rest up a little bit, and get used to the conditions that we're playing in just now.
''The courts definitely have got a lot quicker than at the beginning of the event. It will be good to get a couple of days' practice in those conditions before another match on Monday.
''But I'm pleased obviously to be in the second week. Anything can happen from here.''
Both men were critical of the court surface, while Fognini is likely to be fined a chunk of his prize money for his antics, and was still in a combative mood in his post-match press conference.
''The umpire is French,'' he said. ''So Italy, France, we are always fighting. And they never won against us."
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