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Live reaction: Manic Monday breakdown

In the best day of the tennis season, all 32 remaining players in the men's and women's field at Wimbledon will play on Manic Monday.

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Serena talks defeating Venus (1:30)
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American youth movement at Wimbledon

Serena Williams advancing over her sister stole the show this morning. But fellow Americans Coco Vandeweghe, 23, and Madison Keys, 20, also booked their tickets to the quarterfinals. U.S. takes over Wimbledon

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Second set goes to Murray

After winning a marathon first set, Andy Murray picked up right where he left off with a 6-4 win over Ivo Karlovic. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Wawrinka handles first set

French Open champion Stan Wawrinka outlasted 16-seed David Goffin in the first set 7-6. Wawrinka's never made it further than the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Highlight: Serena wins sister showdown

Venus pushed her younger sister early, but Serena was too strong in the end as she won 6-4, 6-3 and moved onto the quaterfinals of Wimbledon.

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Serena passes test vs. sister

Chrissie Evert on Serena's straight sets win over Venus: "Serena's always said that 'Venus is the greatest player that I've ever played.' Well, Serena played like that. She played with a lot of respect for Venus."

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Keys 1 of 3 Americans in quarterfinals

Madison Keys spoke with the ESPN tennis crew after reaching her first-ever Wimbledon quarterfinals. "It's nice to see three Americans in the quarters," Keys said.

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Murray ekes out first-set win

Ivo Karlovic made it tough on him, but Andy Murray triumphed in the first set 7-6. A win would put Murray, the 2013 Wimbledon winner, into the quarters. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Serena continues dominant 2015 season

With today's Wimbledon fourth-round win over her sister, Serena Williams moved closer to her third Grand Slam victory of 2015. She's also up for the ESPY for Best Female Athlete. Vote here

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Legends take in Wimbledon

Venus vs. Serena is always can't-miss tennis. Just ask musician John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen. Watch on ESPN & Watch ESPN

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A much different Wimbledon than 2014

In the Open era, this is the first time at Wimbledon that none of the 8 women's quarterfinalists from the previous year have reached the quarterfinals the next year. Maria Sharapova, who didn't make the quarters last year, just reached them.

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All A's for Serena

Serena Williams earned straight A's in the report card for her fourth-round win against one of her toughest opponents -- sister Venus Williams. Full report

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4th-seeded Maria Sharapova advances to Wimbledon quarterfinals for first time since making final in 2011 (lost final to Petra Kvitova)

Sharapova advances in straight sets

Maria Sharapova defeated Zarina Diyas 6-4, 6-4 in the fourth round at Wimbledon. Next, she'll match up with American Coco Vandeweghe for the first time ever.

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Watch: Andy Murray on Super Monday

The 3-seed continues his quest to be the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon titles since Fred Perry (1934-36) as he sees 23-seed Ivo Karlovic in the round of 16. Karlovic has faced Murray 5 times and never won. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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