Roger Federer (SUI) vs.  Malek Jaziri (TUN)
No surprise, this is Federer’s backyard and Jaziri may have had a better chance of defeating Federer on clay, but not grass. Federer won 6-3, 7-5 and moves on to another quarterfinal to play David Goffin. I don’t expect Federer will have much trouble dispatching Goffin; he leads their head-to-head 4:0.
Aegon Championships, London
 Andy Murray (GBR) vs.  Aljaz Bedene (GBR)
Murray had a much easier day at the office today defeating his fellow countryman 6-3, 6-4. Murray will have to get by another countryman, Kyle Edmund to get to the semifinals. This should be an interesting match. Edmund is a NextGen star, will he play at his potential or will he be hindered by his idolization of Great Britain’s number one tennis star?
OSTAPENKO DENIES KVITOVA AGAIN
 Petra Kvitova (CZE) vs.  Jelena Ostapenko (LAT)
Kvitova will have to find her game fast, as Wimbledon is rapidly approaching. Kvitova played with a heavily bandaged right thigh and was no match for the feisty Latvian teenager. Ostapenko won the first set 6-4. She went down an early break in the second set but fought back to even the set 4-4 and then play was interrupted by rain. Thrown off her game, Ostapenko was broken to lose the second set 4-6. Kvitova appeared to have seized the momentum and took an early break in the third but Ostapenko would not be deterred; she broke back immediately and then broke twice more to win the match 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. This is the second time this year that Ostapenko has defeated Kvitova. Can Ostapenko get by the power of Madison Keys?