Nadal, fresh from a 10th French Open title, faces fellow left-hander Gilles Muller. Scheduled to play Monday's third match on Court One, organisers were forced to push the Serbian second seed's encounter against France's Adrian Mannarino back to Tuesday due to the late finish of the Nadal-Muller epic that lasted nearly five hours. Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal shall play his fourth round encounter against big serving Giles Muller of Luxumbourg. The Swiss maestro is only four steps ahead of his second Grand Slam win of the year, but first, he must pass the Dimitrov challenge.
"Well done to him. I just go out there, try to play my game". The British sixth seed is looking to become the first home women's champion for 40 years.
"Tired! It was a long match. I want to keep playing good tennis", the ambitious German said on Saturday. We go one round at a time and I must say it's always the first goal to get to the second week at some stage.
Standing in the way of Konta is the imposing but unpredictable talent of Caroline Garcia, the 21st seed from France.
Simona Halep of Romania could unseat Kerber at the top of the rankings but she has the imposing presence of Victoria Azarenka, quickly back in form after her maternity leave, standing between her and a place in the quarter-finals. "So I'm really pleased with that", said Murray.