Cameron Norrie (25/1 – Outright) will aim to become the first British man to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals since 2016 when he takes on David Goffin On Court One on Tuesday.

Tuesday highlights

Novak Djokovic v Jannik Sinner
Cameron Norrie v David Goffin
Marie Bouzkova v Ons Jabeur
Tatjana Maria v Jule Niemeier

Ninth seed Norrie has never before made it this far at a Grand Slam event, but he will be in confident mood after disposing of American Tommy Paul in straight sets in round four.

Standing in his way of a place in the semi-finals is experienced Belgian Goffin – a former top-10 player that has made it through to the last eight at the All England Club for the second time.

The winner of that match will face a potential semi-final showdown with defending champion Novak Djokovic (2/5 – Outright), who will open proceedings on Centre Court against Italy’s Jannik Sinner, who defeated fifth seed Carlos Alcaraz in round four.

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Following that match, women’s third seed Ons Jabeur, who is the highest-ranked player left in the women’s draw, will take on Marie Bouzkova, with both players looking to reach the semi-final of a Grand Slam for the first time.

The other women’s semi-final, which precedes Norrie’s showdown with Goffin on Court One, will see two Germans go head-to-head, with Tatjana Maria due to face Heather Watson’s conqueror Jule Niemeier.

Monday’s action saw the remaining fourth-round ties in both the men’s and women’s draw reach a conclusion.

There was a comfortable passage through for Rafael Nadal (4/1 – Outright). The Spaniard, who is chasing a calendar Grand Slam following his wins at the Australian and French Opens earlier this year, disposed of Botic van de Zandschulp in straight sets.

It was a similar story for Taylor Fritz, who will face Nadal in the last eight on Wednesday after easing past Australian qualifier Jason Kubler.

However, Monday’s two other matches in the men’s fourth round went the distance, as Cristian Garin came from two sets down to beat Alex de Minaur in a Champions tie break, while Nick Kyrgios was pushed all the way by Brandon Nakashima.

In the women’s draw, 2019 Wimbledon champion Simona Halep (15/8 – Outright) breezed past fourth seed Paula Badosa 6-1 6-2 to set up a quarter-final showdown with Amanda Anisimova, who comfortably beat Harmony Tan.

Ajla Tomljanovic and Elena Rybakina are also through after they got the better of Alize Cornet and Petra Martic respectively.

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