Cameron Norrie maintained the British challenge in the Wimbledon singles by beating American Tommy Paul to reach his first Grand Slam quarter-final.
Norrie will play unseeded Belgian David Goffin, who beat 23rd seed Frances Tiafoe, in the last eight on Tuesday.
The 26-year-old left-hander is Britain's final representative in the singles after Heather Watson lost.
British number four Watson saw her hopes of also reaching a first Grand Slam quarter-final ended in a straight-set defeat by unseeded German Jule Niemeier.
But Norrie won later on Middle Sunday - the first time there had been scheduled play on what was previously a rest day - to ensure the home fans will have someone to cheer as the singles tournaments continue in the second week.