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Five-time champion Venus Williams had to change her bra in a rain delay in 2017 as the pink straps were visible on her shoulders.

Her sister Serena is still going strong, though, after overcoming her toughest test so far this week.

Of course, it's very positive to already been in the second week, winning three matches.

Switzerland´s Roger Federer celebrates beating Germany´s Jan-Lennard Struff 6-3, 7-5, 6-2 in their men´s singles third round match on the fifth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon.

Returning to Wimbledon on the back of a three-match run at Roland Garros - her comeback tournament after giving birth for the first time in September - the 2016 champion has swatted away her opposition for the cost of 24 games. She was allowed to play as the underwear was shorter than her dress. "You have to win the last point, and I didn't succeed in that today". She is joined by last year's French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko, and the two could also come to blows in the last four.

In the women's draw, seven-times victor Serena Williams overcame her first big test in confident fashion by beating France's Kristina Mladenovic 7-5 7-6 (2). The post-match press conference featured 15 questions, 10 of which were around her flame-red under-garments.


Serena took her Wimbledon winning streak to 17 matches, thanks in part to 13 aces. Her own daughter, Anna, is six years old and travels with her on Tour - as does little Olympia with Williams, although the heat might keep her off Centre Court on Monday.

So while tennis fans around the world start dreaming, hoping and longing that the two most successful players on planet tennis will renew their rivalry on the sport's greatest stage, there is one person who is definitely not keen on the idea.

But Federer again stepped up when it mattered, breaking serve to take the set 7-5 and re-assert his dominance.

In a match full of big swings, Keys led 5-2 in the first set before Rodina won the next nine games to go 4-0 up in the second.

Federer has the easier path to the final, with Kevin Anderson and John Isner, the No. 8 and No. 9 seeds respectively, seen as his top threats. No. 2 seed Nadal, a two-time champion, tries to get back to the quarterfinals at the All England Club for the first time since 2011, meeting 93rd-ranked Jiri Vesely of the Czech Republic, while No. 12 Djokovic, who's won Wimbledon three times, meets 40th-ranked Karen Khachanov of Russian Federation.

While Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the men's No 1 and No 2 seeds, remain, it's a completely different story for the women.

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