Day four of the Wimbledon Championship brought us some exciting matches and some unexpected results. Grigor Dimitrov was very impressive against Marcos Baghdatis, who is not playing at his best at the moment. Dimitrov won easily, losing just six games in the match and finishing the job with an extraordinary point. Dimitrov will play against Dudi Sela in the next round.

Sela was magic against John Isner. The match was tied at two apiece after four sets and three tie-breaks, and everyone expected a long fifth set. However, Sela immediately broke Isner's serve and saved three break points later in the set to win the match 6-7 7-6 5-7 7-6 6-3.

Sebastian Ofner's best week

Young Austrian Sebastien Ofner enjoyed the best week of his life. Ofner has never been in the main draw of any ATP tournament and he came into the Wimbledon main draw as a qualifier. After beating Thomaz Bellucci in the first round, Ofner won again on Thursday against American Jack Sock. Sock was two sets down when he started to play better and took the match into the fifth set. But, he couldn't finish his comeback against the aggressive Austrian, who won the set 6-2 and advanced to the third round. Ofner's next opponent will be Alexander Zverev, who beat Frances Tiafoe in straight sets.

Federer, Djokovic won easily, Gulbis surprised Del Potro

Roger Federer defeated Dusan Lajovic in straight sets after one hour and 32 minutes of play.

Lajovic opened the match with an early break, but Federer responded quickly with a break of his own. However, Lajovic served his way into the tie-break, in which Federer was just perfect, leaving the Serbian without a single point. The final result was 7-6 6-3 6-2 in the favor of Roger. His next opponent will be Mischa Zverev.

Ernests Gulbis returned in style in Wimbledon, as he won his first two matches without losing a set. He beat Juan Martin Del Potro 6-4 6-4 7-6 in the second round after almost three hours of play. The Latvian is playing very well at the moment, so his next opponent Novak Djokovic has a good reason to be concerned. Djokovic didn't spend much time on the court against Adam Pavlasek, as he defeated him in straight sets while losing just five games.

Milos Raonic beat Mikhail Youzhny in tight four sets, while Albert Ramos needed five sets to defeat a young Russian Andrej Rublev.

Some other results in the Wimbledon men's draw:

  • Gael Monfils def. Kyle Edmund 3-0
  • Jared Donaldson def. Paolo Lorenzi 3-1
  • Dominic Thiem def. Gilles Simon 3-1
  • Thomas Berdych def. Ryan Harrison 3-1