That she played the lowest ranked remaining woman in her half of the draw was also something of a surprise.
Federer has never previously faced Berrettini, who has climbed from No. 81 to No. 20 in the ATP Rankings since the start of Wimbledon past year.
"I don't see a reason why younger women players should run into physical issues or not win tournaments young", said Federer.
Williams added: "I wanted to play mixed because I've played just about 15 matches so far this year so I thought it could really help me". "I think (in the) second round I played little bit better than the first round".
"I'm ready and excited but I'm definitely nervous". I have nothing to lose... I played a good quality of tennis. She made her debut at Wimbledon 16 years ago and reached the quarter-finals in 2014. She took her all-court variety and form onto the grass of Birmingham to win there, too. Now my mind, it's more focusing on the arm than maybe on the tennis. The third set was to go to a tiebreak.
The top seed will take on American Alison Riske in the fourth round on Monday.
"Today at 4-1, that was a really important game". Thirteen of the remaining 24 were age 27 to 30, and two more are considerably older-including the seven-time champion Serena Williams, at 37. Williams beat Goerges in straight sets previous year, but then lost to Angelique Kerber in the final.
Knee problems that have plagued her season have yet to resurface in London, which bodes well for the challenges ahead. Switching to clay, her least successful surface, she reached the finals in Rabat and Rome, and then the semis of Roland Garros. It's going to be a tough match.
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Bangladesh eventually ended their campaign at the 2019 World Cup with a 94-run defeat at the hands of Sarfraz Ahmed-led Pakistan . Pakistan's inferior run rate sees them lose out to New Zealand in the race to World Cup semi-finals.
"I wouldn't be playing a British crowd, I'm playing against Harriet".
They exchanged breaks again before Haddad Maia went on to level the match.
She was responding to a question about how she decides what shots to play.
Two-time champion Petra Kvitova strolled into round four with another straight-sets win.
"So it's an exciting match for me and another great opportunity to get out there and do the best that I can".
Barty also said it was a special occasion to strut her stuff on Centre Court and is determined to maintain her winning ways. She made the finals of Australia this year.
"And her mind. I was bad at 15. Just looking forward to the match".
In only the second meeting between the players, former Wimbledon quarter-finalist Pouille did not cave in, taking the third set to a tie-break after saving a match point with an ace. Couldn't be on a court for longer than an hour and a half. And it was a thriller to the bitter end-and it was a bitter end for the home fans when Evans fluffed a volley into the net on match-point, 6-4.
Eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer powered his way into the fourth round for the 17th time of the championships on Saturday, while racking up a record 350th win at the Grand Slams.