One week down, one week to go.
When play resumes at the All-England club on Monday, 16 men and 16 women will compete for berths to the Wimbledon quarterfinals. While we likely won't see another 138-game set on Monday, we will see a number of the best players in the world competing for the most famous tennis championship in the world.
The tournament's top six seeds are all still alive on the men's side—despite some five-set close calls from Roger Federer and, more recently, Rafael Nadal—and 11 of the top 16 seeds will be in action on Monday.
For the women, the top four seeds (S. Williams, V. Williams, Wozniacki, Jankovic) will all play on Monday, with seven of the top 10 seeds going back to work after having Sunday off.
So, while you won't see another Isner-Mahut epic, you've got some great tennis to watch on Monday.
Who will be battling for a spot in the quarterfinals? Who's playing when?
Check out what's on tap on Monday at the All-England club.