Venue: All England Club Dates: 27 June-10 July
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In Tuesday's second match on Court One, Norrie will attempt to become the first British man in two years to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals.

The last Brit left in the draw is Norrie, who beat Tommy Paul to reach his maiden Grand Slam quarter-Final on Sunday.

On Centre Court, Novak Djokovic plays Jannik Sinner in the last eight before Ons Jabeur plays Marie Bouzkova.

Should Norrie get past Goffin, there is a chance of a semi-finals on Friday.

Norrie will follow Jule as she tries to continue her run.

The oldest player in the women's draw is a woman who is 34 years old.

The match will be played on Court One, at a time when the sun is setting.

In the men's doubles quarter-finals, Britons Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev Ram will face off against Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France.

There is women's doubles action with Nicole and Ellen facing Barbora and Katerina.

'From first round everyone has been behind me'

Norrie asked the British public to support him after his victory over Paul in the fourth round of the Grand Slam.

The left-handed pitcher said that he was the last Briton standing.

It's more reason for everyone to support me.

The first British man to reach the singles quarter-finals in two years is the ninth seed.

Everyone has been behind me from the beginning.

In tough moments, it has been shown.

The 23rd seed was beaten in a five-set match by the Belgian.

'I lived my dreams'

Tatjana Maria
Tatjana Maria made her Wimbledon debut in 2007

Norrie's run to the last eight is just one of many amazing stories at SW19.

Maria is the first mother-of- two to reach this stage at Wimbledon after returning to the sport following her second maternity break.

She said she did everything she could to reach her first Grand Slam quarter-Final.

She fought back to beat the French Open champion, saving match points.

She said she could appreciate it more. It's awesome for me. I did everything I could to live my life to the fullest. There are more important things outside.

I don't think it changes anything on my outside. I am a mother. I want to be a mom. I adore my children.

After the 22-year-old world number 97 defeated Britain's Heather Watson on Centre Court, she will face Maria, who practised with her two daughters before her last win.

'Driving my opponents crazy is one of my hobbies'

The world number two said that Wimbledon reminded her of a wedding in her column on Monday.

The highest ranked player in the competition will face the lowest ranked player in the second round.

She said that she loves to make the player think and that they don't know if it's a dropshot or a flat ball.

One of my hobbies is to change the rhythm and drive my opponents crazy.

I'm hoping to get that done at Wimbledon.

The two players looking to reach the last four of a Grand Slam for the first time are both from France.

Wimbledon 2022: Watch Marie Bouzkova produces an outrageous bending backhand in day seven.

Can top seeds go marching on?

Salisbury and Ram, the top seeds in the men's doubles, will face 12th seeds Mahut and Roger-Vasselin in the quarter-finals.

Salisbury reached the Wimbledon mixed doubles final last year, but has never advanced beyond the last four in the men's doubles.

The top seed in the men's singles will face the 10th seed who knocked out a Spanish teenager on Sunday.

In fourth place on the Open era's list of longest consecutive wins at SW19 is Pete Sampras, who has had 25 victories in a row.