Swiss third seed Roger Federer has beaten Croatian ninth seed Marin Cilic 6-7 (4/7) 4-6 6-3 7-6 (11/9) 6-3 in the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
Federer was two sets down and saved many Match Points to stay in the game before completing what looked like an unlikely win at one stage.
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Andy Murray faces Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Wimbledon today with a place in the semi-finals at stake.
Murray has an excellent record against 12th seed Tsonga having beaten him 12 times from 14 meetings.
Two of those matches came at Wimbledon, with Murray defeating the Frenchman in the quarter-finals in 2010 and the semi-finals two years later.
"Both matches were hard," said Murray. "They weren't easy. A few of the sets came down to just a couple of points.
"I know Tsonga is one of the best grass-court players in the world. If he plays well, I'm not on my game, I can lose that match for sure."
Venus Williams rolled back the years to reach her first grand slam semi-final since 2010 as the American beat Kazakhstan's Yaroslava Shvedova at Wimbledon.
Williams, who turned 36 last month, is the oldest woman competing at the All England Club but her recent resurgence continued on Centre Court with a 7-6 (7/5) 6-2 victory.
The five-time Wimbledon champion has not made the last four at a major tournament since the US Open six years ago and she will now face Germany's Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber for a place in the final.
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Scotland's Andy Murray has reached his 9th straight Wimbledon quarter-final with a 7-5, 61, 6-4, victory over Australia's Nick Kyrgios.
Roger Federer equalled the record for most grand slam singles wins after he beat American Steve Johnson in the Wimbledon fourth round.
Federer eased past Johnson 6-2 6-3 7-5 on Centre Court to draw level with Martina Navratilova's record of 306 victories in major competition and will stand alone if he overcomes Marin Cilic in the quarter-finals.
The Swiss has also now reached the last eight 14 times at the All England Club, which levels the men's Open era record for the tournament held by Jimmy Connors.
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Thousands of tickets for Wimbledon's People's Sunday sold out in just 27 minutes.
For only the fourth time in its 139-year history there were be play on the middle Sunday of the tournament after rain disrupted the tennis championship's scheduling leaving a backlog of matches.
Tickets cost up to £70 and sold out with fans not knowing who they can expect to see play.
The 10,000 Centre Court tickets at the top price, 8,000 £40 tickets for Court One, and 4,000 ground passes at £20 went on sale at 3pm.
Many fans were left empty handed though, with 111,000 queuing for the 22,000 tickets which were sold at a rate of 815 per minute.
More upset than the empty-handed fans was defending champion Novak Djokovic, who was knocked out by American Sam Querrey.