Andy Murray feeling better after dismissing Benoit Paire at Wimbledon

Andy Murray feeling better after dismissing Benoit Paire at Wimbledon

Murray moved into the quarter-finals in London with a 7-6 (7-1) 6-4 6-4 win over Paire on Monday. "I'm doing well and hope I can keep it up".

The 37-year-old American opens play on Centre Court against 19-year-old Ana Konjuh of Croatia at 13:00.

Kerber, who was beaten in three sets, said: "I was really surprised that I was playing on Court Number Two". Then, of course, I can not change my swings and everything, but I try to play with less spin, to come in a little bit more.

It appears the German's concerns hold some weight.

On a day billed alliteratively by the BBC as Magical Manic Monday, the duo made their respective opponents disappear to become the first British man and woman to advance to the last eight of the same championships since 1973. "But, again, I see no reason why he can't play good grass court tennis".

'Some other stuff happened there.' The No 2 seed - who argued with the umpire after the distressed Konta left the court - said she had not discussed the incident with the Briton.

Berdych will next face either three-time champion Novak Djokovic or Adrian Mannarino in the quarter-finals. On Monday, she ground out a 6-3 7-6 (6) win against Svitolina in front of little over one thousand. "I think it's the best day in tennis", he said. The British star survived a scare to get there, against Fabio Fognini, his third straight unorthodox opponent. I always had the passion to try to be better player.

Next for the 34-year-old is former US Open champion Marin Cilic, who dismissed another Spaniard, Roberto Bautista-Agut, in straight sets to reach the final eight at Wimbledon for the fourth consecutive year.

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Paire spun a forehand long to end it after two hours, 21 minutes sending Murray into his 10th Wimbledon quarterfinal.

A Wimbledon spokesperson said scheduling was a "complex operation and there will inevitably be variations from year to year depending on the way the draw falls". "I think the serve is going to be the shot that will give most players the most trouble".

Just yesterday, there were twice as many men's matches on Centre Court and Court 1 - despite a series of exciting and dynamic pairings in the women's line-up (as reported in the Telegraph).

The defending champion said he had been happy with his improving movement at the All England Club. Instead, he said, scheduling decisions simply reflected what the spectators want to see. I met Manny Pacquiao, but it was just to say "hi" and take a picture with him when I was in the Philippines. "The first time I played him here I beat him, Second time I lost in three sets, but I had a set point in the first set and was up a mini-break in the second set (tiebreak)".

Crazy Kazakhs, unpredictable Germans, flamboyant Italians, eccentric Frenchmen - they are all the same to Andy Murray.

However, Lewis ruled the idea out, saying fans travelling from across Britain were already struggling to make the start time.

"We view these things from time to time". The new mother will still have a lot of work to do rankings-wise before the US Open next month. "I'm not sure she agrees". "She is only going to get better on grass so, if not this year, maybe the next year".