21.37 - SHAPOVALOV 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 MURRAY
Extra pace on the serve from Shapovalov, over 130mph as he starts the game. And again he's rushing into the net, leaving Murray unable to keep up. It's a valiant effort from Andy Murray at this year's Wimbledon, but he's knocked out by the better man this evening.
20:47 - SHAPOVALOV 6-4, 6-2 MURRAY
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Murray looks so disappointed in himself. He saved the first set point with a sensational cross-court shot that fairly blazed a trail over the grass, but he could only get the ball into the net for the second. The roof is about to close so we'll have a short break.
20:01 - SHAPOVALOV 6-4 MURRAY
What a terrific game that was. Murray has a couple of break points but Shapovalov has that excellent second serve as a weapon to rely on. All to do for the two-time champion.
17:54 - DJOKOVIC 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(6) KUDLA
Djokovic loses his first match point, Kudla has a set point, and then the best rally of the match ends with Kudla sending the ball into the net. Lovely ovation for the American, who put up a really good battle.
16:52 - DJOKOVIC 6-4, 6-3 KUDLA
A comfortable service hold for Djokovic, who doesn't bother ululating with joy this time.
16:11 - DJOKOVIC 6-4 KUDLA
Kudla is distracted by someone shouting as he's about to serve, and ends up double-faulting. It's the start of a difficult game for the American as Djokovic gets the first break of the set to take the set.
16:03 - JABEUR 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 MUGURUZA
Jabeur looks very, very nervous before her first match point - which she loses - but the second match point is put away beautifully to Muguruza's right. Hardly an upset, but a very fine win.
15:20 - JABEUR 5-7, 6-3 MUGURUZA
Jabeur is 0-40 down but a challenge and an ace get her back to deuce, an unreturnable serve gets her the advantage, and she does the same again to force the decider. One set all. Who will take it?
14:34 - JABEUR 5-7 MUGURUZA
What a terrific first set. Garbine Muguruza gets it done at the second time of asking. Both players are putting on a proper show on Centre Court, some tremendous grass court tennis.
Welcome back to Wimbledon
Day five of the main draw at Wimbledon sees Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Garbine Muguruza and Dan Evans all in action at SW19.
Murray to take centre stage again
Centre Court witnessed another memorable recovery from Andy Murray as the two-time Wimbledon champion secured his place in the third round with a typically tense five-set, 6-3 4-6 4-6 6-4 6-2, win over Germany's Oscar Otte.
Murray could easily have lost the match after conceding the second and third sets, but his fighting spirit saw him through and Mats Wilander was very impressed.
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Eurosport expert Wilander said after the match: "Even when he won Wimbledon and when he won at the Olympics, this is the most he has engaged the crowd.
Incredible - this is the most excited I've ever seen him be on Wimbledon's Centre Court.
"In a way, does that show that perhaps he couldn't believe that he was out there and he was winning in five sets at Wimbledon again? Amazing. It was incredible and so much fun to see him play.
"[After the roof was closed] He came out and he was playing very aggressively, he was going for his shots. It's amazing and the roof closing really helped him. Experience helps.
"That's the wildest I've seen a crowd and a player be since Nick Kyrgios in Australia. To them, this is the Wimbledon final. When Murray steps on the Centre Court, it's like a final."
The 34-year-old will next take on Canada's Denis Shapovalov - the 10th seed - who was afforded the luxury of a few days off after he benefited from a walkover in the second round.
The Championships at the All England Club had to be cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic without a ball being hit.
In 2019, Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer in what was a match for the ages to lift his fifth Wimbledon title, while Simona Halep overcame Serena Williams to win the women's title two years ago.
Who is going to triumph this year?
Djokovic is the overwhelming favourite to make it three Grand Slams on the bounce after his triumphs at the Australian Open and French Open.
The women's draw is more wide open and Ashleigh Barty is the leading favourite, according to the bookies, with Serena Williams having already sadly left the tournament through injury.
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