Konta is as low as 4-1 with one bookmaker to become the first British victor since Virginia Wade in 1977.
France's 21st seed Caroline Garcia now awaits in the fourth round and while the women's draw is unreadable, plenty of contenders remain.
The hill next to No. 1 Court at Wimbledon, formerly known as Henman Hill and also referred to as Murray Mound, was a coveted spot for Day 3 at the All England Club because Konta and Andy Murray were scheduled to play their second-round matches on Centre Court.
Madison Brengle knew, of course, that her opponent, Petra Kvitova, was a two-time Wimbledon champion and a popular pick to win the title again this year.
"They change daily nearly".
"I'm pretty sure favourites come and go and change daily". "I think yesterday's match was a great example of that".
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Maria Sakkari, a bright and engaging talent from Sparta, is taking short-term grass court tutoring from Petchey for the duration of her stay at Wimbledon after splitting with her regular coach three weeks ago, and, although ranked 101 in the world, she would appear to be mentally tough enough to make the contest interesting.
It was ceratinly an easier match than her previous three set epic against Donna Vekic last Wednesday.
Her forehand, which delivered more than half of those, was particularly culpable.
"The French Open has been hard for me in the past but I don't know too much how she played in the past years here, so I don't know how she will react to everything", Garcia said.
Konta said: "I didn't notice any empty seats".
"I definitely didn't want to lose to her twice in one day", added Watson, "So I was very pleased to get through that, and to finish on a good note. I can keep getting better".
And even though she has yet to play a seed, she has faced some formidable women.
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But at 5-4 Azarenka, the two-time grand slam victor playing only her second tournament since the birth of her son Leo, held her nerve to serve out for a memorable win. "It kind of just away from me really quickly and, not having a lot of matches under my belt, it was tough to get it all back".
The Frenchwoman is ranked No 22 in the world and as a veteran of seven Roland Garros campaigns, she knows what it is like to play at her home grand slam in front of her home crowd.
"I really stepped up in the key moments", Azarenka said.
Five-time champion Williams is trying to concentrate on tennis against the backdrop of the impending legal action she faces back home in the United States over a fatal vehicle crash.
Now she'll have this victory to cherish, along with another one from this year that also holds some significance: Brengle beat Serena Williams at a tuneup tournament at Auckland, New Zealand, back on January 4.
Williams slipped on the baseline early on - a worry with the condition of the Wimbledon courts under scrutiny - but got straight back up and promptly secured the first break to lead 3-1.
There is still room for improvement with the No6 seed at times a little wild which means she hits long more than she would like.
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