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Dart excited to earn clash with World No.1 Barty

The British number four, who is ranked 182nd in the world, will want to fare better against French Open champion Ashleigh Barty than she did on her last appearance in a major arena - a 6-0 6-0 drubbing by five-time Grand Slam victor Maria Sharapova on Rod Laver Arena at the Australian Open in January.

"Really I just need to go about it and be really simple, make up my mind, pick my spot, hit it, and try and bring a simple mindset and have a clarity about how I want to play".

"I know back in the amateur times, they were not playing all the slams because it was too far to travel to some places", said the Swiss after saluting the crowd which included Grand Slam champions of the calibre of Rod Laver, Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova.

Looking unstoppable, Ashleigh Barty has wowed British sporting royalty with a regal display to saunter into the second week of Wimbledon for the first time. I'm still finding my feet.

"It's been an arduous year for me, so every match I'm hoping to improve tons", said Williams, who had a knee problem which affected her season.

Roger got broken only once from four chances offered to Pouille and that happened in set number two where he already had two breaks in his pocket, controlling his shots nicely to finish the job with 39 winners and just 14 unforced errors. I'm just really excited to play my next match.

"It was really good".

The Aussie superstar blitzed her way past local wildcard Harriet Dart 6-1 6-1 in only 53 minutes to stroll into the fourth round at the All England Club as she aims to win a second straight grand slam after claiming her maiden major singles title at the French Open last month.

The 23-year-old has now won 12 of his 13 tour-level grass-court matches this year, despite having been 1-3 on the surface previously.

The top seed will take on American Alison Riske ion Monday. I think it's one of her great strengths.

"She'll get more support being in Britain, as I would if we were in Australia".

But one 10-minute surge was all the 37-year-old Swiss needed to grab the match with both hands and move into the second week at The Championships for the 17th time.Federer defeated Australian Open semi-finalist Pouille 7-5, 6-2, 7-6 (4) in two hours and minutes, becoming the first player in history to earn 350 Grand Slam singles wins.

On the men's side, Kei Nishikori equalled Ai Sugiyama's record of four appearances in the last 16 of Wimbledon by a Japanese player as he dismissed American journeyman Steve Johnson 6-4, 6-3, 6-2.

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