Defending champion, Novak Djokovic isn’t slowing down his pursuit of a 7th Wimbledon title as he reached the quarter-finals with a four-set win over Dutch wildcard Tim van Rijthoven.
Van Rijthoven who is currently ranked 104th, delighted the crowd as he took the second set.
However, 20-time major winner Djokovic, 35, responded with an emphatic response and is now poised to meet Jannik Sinner in the quartr-finals.
Djokovic, who will contest a Wimbledon quarter-final for the 13th time, has now won 25 consecutive Tour-level matches on grass – the third longest such streak in the Open era.
His 25 successive victories at Wimbledon mean he has also drawn level with Pete Sampras in fourth place on the Open era’s list of longest unbeaten runs at SW19.
Meanwhile, Italian 10th seed, Sinner knocked out talented Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz 6-1 6-4 6-7 (8-10) 6-3 earlier on Sunday.