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Sue Barker introduces continued live coverage of day nine at the All England Club, where the men's singles quarter-finals are scheduled to take place, including Novak Djokovic v Marin Cilic and Milos Raonic v Nick Kyrgios. Three of the four matches at this stage last year were won by the higher-seeded player, with the exception being Juan Martin del Potro's straight-sets triumph against David Ferrer, which saw the Argentine's greater height and power prove crucial as the doughty Spaniard struggled on one of his least-favoured surfaces. Del Potro's victory put him through to a semi-final meeting with number-one seed Djokovic, who had too much for former runner-up Tomas Berdych and also won in straight sets. Djokovic once again started this tournament among the favourites, and will be particularly keen to improve on his recent Grand Slam record, which has seen him win only one of his last six finals, although Cilic has been impressive, especially in his victory over Berdych in round three. Plus, coverage of the conclusion of the remaining ladies' singles quarter-finals, featuring Eugenie Bouchard v Angelique Kerber and Simona Halep v Sabine Lisicki.
Full Episode Guide
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Wimbledon 2014: the best matches to watch, Thursday 26 June
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