Andy Murray had Marcos Baghdatis on the ropes as Wimbledon's 11 p.m. end-of-day time limit approached. After splitting the first two sets, Murray seemed to flag early in the third before gaining a second wind and taking control of the match. He won the third set and by the halfway point of the fourth set Baghdatis was struggling to pick himself up off the ground. Murray was ahead 4-1 in the final set as the clock struck 11, but officials allowed play to continue. Murray wasted no time and finished off Baghdatis 6-1 within two minutes.
In other Gentlemen's draw results, Andy Roddick fell to David Ferrer, ending the veteran player's Wimbledon run. As reported earlier, Bay Area native Sam Querrey's Wimbledon run also came to a close today, after a marathon of a match that lasted more than five hours and featured a 17-15 final set. On the Ladies' side, Serena Williams advances after beating Jie Zheng.
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