MATCH POINT to Laura Robson.
The crowd goes silent but Robson puts the return wide. Deuce.
A great point but Erakovic takes the point. A worrying time as Erakovic moves 0-30 in front.
But an unreturnable serve followed by a powerful forehand brings it back to 30-30.
SECOND match point to Robson.
A quite remarkable display, terrible for the first hour but getting the job done in the second set and playing some great stuff in the third set at times. Gotta be back on Centre Court now surely?
Robson is the first British woman in 15 years since Sam Smith in 1998 to reach the second week at Wimbledon.
Laura Robson will face one of the unseeded pair Kaia Kanepi, who beat Briton Tara Moore in round one, or Alison Riske. Robson's last 16 match will be played on Monday, the same day as Andy Murray.
Thanks very much for following the blog today, and here is to a mammoth Monday!!
Afternoon folks.....fancy some tennis?
Wimbledon.......strawberries.....sunshine...and there are Brits battling for quarter-final spots.....fab. Some are calling this Mega Monday...Magic Monday? Manic Monday?......it's the first time since Sam Smith and Tim Henman made the same stage in 1998 there have been Brits in the men's and women's singles for the second week.
LAURA ROBSON takes on KAIA KANEPI.....they're knocking up right now. So how will the British teenager get on? It's Laura's biggest match of her career.....
I wonder if One Direction are watching this afternoon?
So who's Robson playing? Kaia Kanepi, ranked eight places lower than
Robson at 46 in the world.....and the Estonian is serving first.
It's not the first time Robson has reached this stage in a Grand Slam....She made it to the 4th
round of the US Open last September where she beat champions Kim Clijsters and
Li Na along the way. This though is in front of an expectant British crowd and facing the usual media mayhem following her every move....talk about pressure. She's looking cool though so far.
More news from a British perspective. Current men's doubles champion Jonny Marray and partner Colin Fleming are two sets down to Robert Lindstedt and Daniel Nestor.
Another comfortable service game from Robson. Serena Williams meanwhile is ripping into Sabine Lisicki on Centre Court.