Serena Williams remains on course to return to the Wimbledon final, with none of the top-10 seeds left in the draw.
A typically domineering display saw Serena Williams into the last eight of Wimbledon at the expense of Evgeniya Rodina.
Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams and Kyle Edmund were among the Wimbledon stars swept up in World Cup fever at SW19 this month.
Simona Halep and Karolina Pliskova are the only remaining seeds from the top 10 at Wimbledon after a first week of shocks.
Kristina Mladenovic put up a good fight, but Serena Williams' class ultimately shone through at Wimbledon as she made it into round four.
A day on from Petra Kvitova's surprise Wimbledon departure, Caroline Wozniacki joined the pre-tournament favourite in making an early exit.
A 23-time grand slam champion, Serena Williams is still not satiated and is striving for more at Wimbledon.
The seeds are tumbling at Wimbledon, but Serena Williams remains, and looked in increasingly ominous form in reaching round three.
Seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams picked up where she left off in 2016 with victory over Arantxa Rus on Monday.
Serena Williams hopes she can extend her career as long as Roger Federer, after the Swiss hinted at playing for another four years.