Manic Monday: Wrapping up an eventful day at the All England Club

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Karolina Pliskova's loss to Kiki Bertens means the top 10 women's seeds have lost before Wimbledon's quarterfinal round.

After a day of rest on Sunday—which no other Grand Slam offers its players—the remaining 32 players in the Wimbledon draw were out to compete for their spots in the quarterfinals on Manic Monday. 

Here's a look at what happened: 

The Women: 

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The Men: 

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