JO DURIE, former British No1 and Wimbledon quarter finalist, has cast her eye over the last-16 clashes in the women’s draw.
But who is Durie picking to book their spot in the all-important quarter-finals? Find out below…
Reuters The ladies’ singles last-16 kicks-off on day one of week two
HSIEH SU-WEI v DOMINIKA CIBULKOVA
I’ve seen more slice from Hsieh than I have in the last 40 years. She can beat anyone at Wimbledon.
But Cibulkova is really motivated after the seeding row and is playing better than she has for the last six months.
CIBULKOVA IN THREE
JELENA OSTAPENKO (No12 seed) v ALIAKSANDRA SASNOVICH
Sasnovich has been coming through tournaments and won’t be afraid of Ostapenko, whose second serve can be a liability.
But it was good in her last match and she is timing the ball very well.
OSTAPENKO IN TWO
ANGELIQUE KERBER (11) v BELINDA BENCIC
Reuters Angelique Kerber is one star aiming to go all the way at Wimbledon
Bencic is intriguing to watch but has not done much recently because of injuries.
Kerber is getting through the draw quietly and has been to the final before. She has the spark and the battle back.
KERBER IN THREE
ALISON VAN UYTVANCK v DARIA KASATKINA (14)
Van Uytvanck is reallly going for it and has backed up that win over reigning champion Muguruza.
But Kasatkina is so clever, she will vary the pace so much and may tie her opponent in knots.
KASATKINA IN THREE
Another great day of tennis at Wimbledon as Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal go through but England hopeful Kyle Edmund knocked out