It is known as Manic Monday at Wimbledon, but Day 7 was a bit of a letdown thanks to weather that wouldn't leave London alone.
Murray has yet to drop a set at Wimbledon, and was downright surgical against Kevin Anderson, winning a third set tiebreaker under a closed roof at Centre Court. Djokovic followed, and was pretty dominant against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, even after re-tweaking that shoulder during the third set tiebreaker.
Djokovic was rattled after grabbing his shoulder, but was able to hold on, hitting this insane winner off of Tsonga's serve to win the match.
Eugenie Bouchard, the only woman to make both semifinals at the Grand Slams this season, took out Alize Cornet, who upset Serena Williams last round, in straight sets and will face Sharapova in a much-anticipated quarterfinal match if Sharapova is able to win her delayed match on Tuesday.
John isner, the lone American left at Wimbledon after Madison Keys withdrew because of a left thigh injury, lost in four sets to Feliciano Lopez, meaning for the first time since 1911 not a single American is left in the round of 16 on either side of the draw.
While No. 4 seed Agnieszka Radwanska losing to No. 22 Ekaterina Makarova in straight sets might be a bit surprising, Caroline Wozniacki falling to Barbora Zahlavova Strycova 6-2, 7-5 is our biggest upset of Day 7.
Wozniacki's side of the bracket was really shaping up for her to make a late run, but she drew Strycova, who had already upset Li Na on Friday, and it Wozniacki who couldn't find her range on the court as Strycova pushed her around for most of the match.
Strycova had never made it to the fourth round at a Grand Slam, and as she continues this incredible run at Wimbledon it's Wozniacki left shaking her head about another major disappointment.
Because of the weather, Maria Sharapova will play her fourth round match against Angelique Kerber on Tuesday.
Roger Federer will face off against Tommy Robredo for a spot in the quarterfinals, as will Rafael Nadal, who gets Nick Kyrgios on Tuesday at Wimbledon.