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Wimbledon Gallery: Ana Unstoppable On Day 4

Ana Ivanovic won both her singles and doubles matches. Sabine and Serena toughed it out.

Published June 24, 2011 12:00

In the first match of the day to finish, Ana Ivanovic defeated Eleni Daniilidou, 63 60.
In the first match of the day to finish, Ana Ivanovic defeated Eleni Daniilidou, 63 60.
Over on Court 2, Serena Williams was taking on tenacious young Romanian player Simona Halep.
Over on Court 2, Serena Williams was taking on tenacious young Romanian player Simona Halep.
Serena Williams lost the first set but roared back to beat Simona Halep in three, 36 62 61.
Serena Williams lost the first set but roared back to beat Simona Halep in three, 36 62 61.
Japanese qualifier Misaki Doi continued her surprise run with a 63 61 win over Zheng Jie.
Japanese qualifier Misaki Doi continued her surprise run with a 63 61 win over Zheng Jie.
Maria Kirilenko edged Tamarine Tanasugarn, 75 75, to set up a clash with Serena Williams.
Maria Kirilenko edged Tamarine Tanasugarn, 75 75, to set up a clash with Serena Williams.
Serbia's Ana Ivanovic and Germany's Andrea Petkovic won their first round doubles match.
Serbia's Ana Ivanovic and Germany's Andrea Petkovic won their first round doubles match.
Aga Radwanska led 5-3 second set and 4-1 third set but fell to Petra Cetkovksa, 36 76(5) 64.
Aga Radwanska led 5-3 second set and 4-1 third set but fell to Petra Cetkovksa, 36 76(5) 64.
Li Na looked on as she and Sabine Lisicki went the distance under the roof of Centre Court.
Li Na looked on as she and Sabine Lisicki went the distance under the roof of Centre Court.
Sabine Lisicki dropped to the ground after pulling off a 36 64 86 upset over No.3 seed Li Na.
Sabine Lisicki dropped to the ground after pulling off a 36 64 86 upset over No.3 seed Li Na.
Sabine Lisicki cried tears of joy at her chair after pulling off the biggest shock of the week.
Sabine Lisicki cried tears of joy at her chair after pulling off the biggest shock of the week.
  • In the first match of the day to finish, Ana Ivanovic defeated Eleni Daniilidou, 63 60.
  • Over on Court 2, Serena Williams was taking on tenacious young Romanian player Simona Halep.
  • Serena Williams lost the first set but roared back to beat Simona Halep in three, 36 62 61.
  • Japanese qualifier Misaki Doi continued her surprise run with a 63 61 win over Zheng Jie.
  • Maria Kirilenko edged Tamarine Tanasugarn, 75 75, to set up a clash with Serena Williams.
  • Serbia's Ana Ivanovic and Germany's Andrea Petkovic won their first round doubles match.
  • Aga Radwanska led 5-3 second set and 4-1 third set but fell to Petra Cetkovksa, 36 76(5) 64.
  • Li Na looked on as she and Sabine Lisicki went the distance under the roof of Centre Court.
  • Sabine Lisicki dropped to the ground after pulling off a 36 64 86 upset over No.3 seed Li Na.
  • Sabine Lisicki cried tears of joy at her chair after pulling off the biggest shock of the week.
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