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KEY DATES FOR WIMBLEDON 2017

Qualifying begins: 26 June

The Draw: 30 June

Pre-event Press Conferences: 1 & 2 July

Order of Play: 2 July

Championships begin: 3 July

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Sunday, 22 January 2017 14:18 PM GMT
Australian Open Night 7: Vandeweghe powers past Kerber as Federer edges Nishikori
Wimbledon.com rounds up the action from Night 7 at the 2017 Australian Open. READ MORE

It takes a lot to upstage Roger Federer but Coco Vandeweghe managed it at the Australian Open on Sunday night as she took out the world No.1 Angelique Kerber in the fourth round, a second big shock at Melbourne Park in the space of six hours. 

Federer, who won the last of his 17 Grand Slam titles five years ago at Wimbledon, ran away with the fifth set and the way he jumped and roared after converting his first match showed what it meant to him, and will perhaps give him renewed belief that he can go all the way.

“I think I'm playing better and better,” he said. “I served exceptionally well tonight, which was key. I'm very pleased there. Rhythm from the baseline is there now. I'm in the tournament now and you know how the balls and the court surface reacts to my shots and for my opponents what can happen.

"I'm not getting surprised so much anymore, which is only helpful for the next round.

Power men to battle

Stan Wawrinka and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, two of the strongest men on the Tour, will battle it out in the quarter-finals after both came through tough clashes. Fourth seed Wawrinka edged past Italy’s Andreas Seppi 7-6, 7-6, 7-6 while Tsonga outmuscled Britain’s last man standing, Dan Evans, wearing him down physically in a 6-7, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 win.

Under the radar

Nobody, but nobody has been talking about Garbine Muguruza, which is a bit rude since she is the reigning French Open champion. The Spaniard has improved round on round and her 6-2, 6-3 win over Sorana Cirstea means she’ll get a crack at Vandeweghe.

Quote of the night

“Fake it to make it” – Coco Vandeweghe explains how she kept her nerves under wraps

Shot of the night

Has to be Federer, who came up with something a little bit special to bend this one round the net for a winner against Nishikori...

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