WIMBLEDON 2011: Round-up of the women's third round

Sportsmail rounds up all Saturday's women's tennis from the smaller courts of SW19.

Double blow for Watson

Heather Watson suffered her second defeat of the week in the doubles as she battled on with a heavily strapped elbow.

Heather Watson (L) and Jocelyn Rae of Great Britain

Double blow: Heather Watson (left) is out of the women's doubles after she and her partner Jocelyn Rae (right) lost to Sophie Lefevre and Evgeniya Rodina.

The British No 2 was injured in her first round singles defeat by Mathilde Johansson but lined-up alongside Jocelyn Rae as they lost 6-4, 6-4 to Sophie Lefevre and Evgeniya Rodina.

Pick up a Peng win

Shuai Peng beat Melinda Czink 6-2, 7-6 to set up a clash with Maria Sharapova, who expects a tough test from the 25-year-old Chinese policeman’s daughter.

Peng Shuai of China

Breezing through: Shuai Peng will play Maria Sharapova in round four

‘She is playing the best tennis of her career’, said the former champion.

‘I’ll have to be ready.’

Good call, bad result

Nice pronunciation, shame about the match. Julia ‘don’t call me Gorgeous’ Goerges, blew the chance to play Caroline Wozniacki in the fourth round as Dominika Cibulkova beat her 6-4, 1-6, 6-3.

‘Today the umpire did it well,’ said Goerges, pronounced ‘Gurgess’.

Julia Goerges of Germany

Gorgeous: Or is it Gurgess? No it's Julia Goerges

Francesca Schia-gone

The No 6 seed Francesca Schiavone was the latest shock casualty, losing 3-6, 6-4, 11-9 to Tamira Paszek of Austria.

The 31-yearold became the first Italian woman to win a Grand Slam at the French Open this year, but was beaten by an opponent ranked No 80.

Lisicki is fighting fit

Sabine Lisicki followed up her victory over the No 4 seed Li Na by beating Misaki Doi of Japan 6-4, 6-2 in just over an hour.

The big-serving German, an outside chance in a wide-open women’s singles, is still finding her fitness after a bad ankle injury.