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While I quickly neck some Nurofen and guzzle some Alka-Seltzer, here's the peerless Kevin Mitchell's match report on last night's drama:
For the second year in a row at Wimbledon, Roger Federer went to five sets against a Frenchman but this time there would be no slip-ups. "My God, it was brutal," said the normally stress-free Swiss after 204 minutes of high drama under the roof on Centre Court in which he first flirted with the humiliation suffered the night before by Rafael Nadal then gathered all his reserves of energy and skill to outlast the dangerous Julien Benneteau and go through to the fourth round.
In 2011, his spirit and body were shattered by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the semi-finals. Last night, the stakes were just as high – even though the tournament is not out of the first week – because there is a creeping perception that the Federer-Nadal duopoly is slowly giving way under pressure from below.
You can read the rest of the report by clicking here.
Another ominous sign for Murray: his match could also, like the Nadal and Federer contests, take place under the roof. Because the Wimbledon weather man says there's up to a 30% risk of showers after 4pm. It's lovely and sunny at the moment, mind.
Good morning and welcome to day six of our Wimbledon coverage. It's been a while since I had a two-day hangover, but I must confess I'm quivering, shivering and suffering from one this morning. As is everyone else in the grounds of the All England Club.
After the lowly Lukas Rosol knocked the Centre Court off its axis by dumping out Rafael Nadal on Thursday evening, last night Julien Benneteau threatened to send it into another galaxy, moving within two points of overthrowing Roger Federer, before natural order was restored in this Wimbledon universe and Federer came from two sets to love down to win in five.
Guess who's up third on Centre today? Yep, Andy Murray. So another late night it is then.
Rosol, meanwhile, will come back down to earth with a bump. He's stuck out on Court 12 for his third-round match against Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber.
Today's order of play
Centre Court (1pm)
Serena Williams (USA)(6) v Jie Zheng (China)(25)
David Ferrer (Spain)(7) v 30-Andy Roddick (USA)(30)
Marcos Baghdatis (Cyprus) v Andy Murray (Britain)(4)
Court One (1pm)
Varvara Lepchenko (USA) v Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic)(4)
Kei Nishikori (Japan)(19) v Juan Martin Del Potro (Argentina)(9)
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (France)(5) v Lukas Lacko (Slovakia)
Court Two (11.30am)
Ana Ivanovic (SRB)(14) v Julia Goerges (Ger) (22)
Jana Cepelova (SVK) v Victoria Azarenka (BLR) (2)
Marin Cilic (Cro)(16) v Sam Querrey (USA)
Court Three (11.30am)
Brian Baker (USA) v Benoit Paire (FRA)
Yaroslav Shvedova (Kaz) v Sara Errani (Ita)(10)
David Goffin (Bel) v Mardy Fish (USA)(10)