Novak Djokovic will have a day off, along with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, after all three reached the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
Despite being last on No. 1 Court, Novak Djokovic made sure his fourth-round clash with Karen Khachanov did not drag into Tuesday.
Serena Williams remains on course to return to the Wimbledon final, with none of the top-10 seeds left in the draw.
Progress to Wimbledon's last eight was secured in style by Rafael Nadal, who once again avoided dropping a set in his win over Jiri Vesely.
Asked about the World Cup and Wimbledon finals clashing, Roger Federer said: "I'm more concerned the World Cup final will have issues".
A typically domineering display saw Serena Williams into the last eight of Wimbledon at the expense of Evgeniya Rodina.
For the first time in Wimbledon history not one of the top-10 seeds in the women's draw made it into the last eight.
Adrian Mannarino proved no match for Roger Federer as the eight-time Wimbledon champion again won in straight sets at the All England Club.
The top 10 seeds in the women's draw are all out of Wimbledon after the Kiki Bertens beat Karolina Pliskova to reach the last eight.
If England reach Sunday's World Cup final, the All England Club has made it clear the men's singles final at Wimbledon will not move.