Harmony Tan juggernaut continues as she finishes Wimbledon's beautiful Batheter race in 51 minutes

Katie Boulter's fine run at Wimbledon ended tragically with a one-sided defeat by Harmony Tan in the third round

Boulter produced the best result of his career by interrupting runner-up last year Karolina Pliskova on Thursday but was unable to get into the match against Tan

who built on her first-round victory over Serena Williams and advanced to the last 16. with a big slam for the first time .

Tan, ranked third higher than Boulter at 115, dominated from the start and was reduced to a 6-1, 6-1 victory in just 51 minutes.

Wimbledon promoters have faced criticism for Boulter's unpopular high court after his acts of abuse of Pliskova, and there were several empty seats in the Second Court

Boulter, who mourned the loss of his grandmother earlier this week, may have realized that it would not be his day when, in her first service game,

If this French woman had a piece of luck, however, she gained more than the first set, working very well and making Boulter's life very uncomfortable.