And then there were four.
The first semi-final of the day sees Gilles Muller take on the impressive Marin Cilic from 1.15pm this afternoon, before our attentions turn to Grigor Dimitrov’s meeting with Feliciano Lopez.
Join us for set-by-set commentary from the Queen’s Club, to see who will progress to Sunday’s Final.
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DIMITROV 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 MEDVEDEV Grigor Dimitrov is into the semi-finals! He held his nerve in the final set to close out a spot in the last four relatively comfortably. Daniil Medvedev didn’t really have an answer as he flashed a wild forehand well wide at match point.
DIMITROV 6-3, 3-6 MEDVEDEV We are all square after two sets so, for the first time today, we head into a third. Daniil Medvedev’s shoulder appears to have improved.
DIMITROV 6-3 MEDVEDEV It’s all a bit too easy for Grigor Dimitrov and Daniil Medvedev does not appear to have shaken that shoulder injury off quite yet. He applies ice to the area ahead of the second set.
DIMITROV vs MEDVEDEV After a delay to proceedings for a quick massage of the shoulders, we are underway in our third match of day.
GAME, SET, MATCH Marin Cilic has sealed his place in the Queen’s semi-finals with a 6-4, 7-5 win over Donald Young.
CILIC 6-4 YOUNG After a missed set point, Marin Cilic sees out the first set when Donald Young sends a backhand return wide. Donald Young
HERE COMES CILIC The highest-ranking seed is now on Centre Court and faces Donald Young for a place in the semi-finals.
GAME, SET, MATCH Gilles Muller is through in straight sets after tie-break comeback. Superb performance from the Luxembourger.
SECOND SET TIE-BREAK After a very even second set, finished off with a mammoth 9min 45sec final game, Sam Querrey has to navigate a tie-break to stay in the competition.
QUERREY 4-6 MULLER The man from Luxembourg takes the first set with relative ease after an early break of service.
UNDERWAY The quarter-finals have begun, with Sam Querrey serving first.
HERE WE GO Sam Querrey and Gilles Muller are making their way onto Centre Court. We are minutes away.
ORDER OF PLAY CENTRE COURT, Men’s Singles, Quarter-Finals, from 12pm
- Querrey vs Muller
- Cilic vs Young
- Dimitrov vs Medvedev
COURT 1, Men’s Doubles, Semi-Finals, not before 5pm
- Bopanna & Dodig vs Benneteau & Roger-Vasselin
GOOD MORNING Who’s ready for some quarter-final action?
THAT’S ALL, FOLKS …and Standard Sport’s coverage from Queen’s ends there. Join us tomorrow for Day Five.
GAME, SET, MATCH Far too easy for Daniil Medvedev again as Thanasi Kokkinakis is brushed aside 6-2 in the second set as the Russian advances.
MEDVEDEV 6-2 KOKKINAKIS A disaster start for the Australian did not improve as Daniil Medvedev breezed through the first set.