Wimbledon Took Traditional Break

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Published on June 30 2014 6:33 am
Last Updated on June 30 2014 6:33 am
Written by Millie Lange

Wimbledon took its traditional break on the middle Sunday and will resume play with  a jam-packed slate Monday. The fourth round is set to begin, but  a handful of third-round  matches also need to be completed after rain interrupted play on Saturday. Alize Cornet authored the biggest upset thus far in the tournament with Saturday's third-round triumph over five-time Wimbledon champion and top-ranked Serena Williams.

Cornet is scheduled to open play on Centre Court Monday against Eugenie Bouchard. Defending champion Andy Murray and top-seeded Novak Djokovic also  will play fourth-round matches on Centre Court.  Murray will take on Kevin Anderson, while Djokovic's opponent will be Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.