- Tour report - US Open Series begins in earnest
The US Open Series began with wins for John Isner in Atlanta and Dominika Cibulkova in Stanford, while Tommy Robredo won Umag, Mikhail Youzhny triumphed in Gstaad and Elina Svitolina won Baku.
- Ten ways Britain celebrated Andy Murray's Wimbledon win
It may have been a full three weeks since Andy Murray's historic Wimbledon win, but Britain hasn't quite come back down to earth yet. Wimbledon.com recounts 10 ways the nation celebrated...
- Tour report - Serena bounces back in Bastad
There were titles over the weekend for Serena Williams, Ivo Karlovic, Fabio Fognini, and Yvonne Meusburger in the final summer events before the start of the US Open Series.
- Royal Mail issues stamps to celebrate Murray's Wimbledon win
Royal Mail is to celebrate Andy Murray’s historic win in the Gentlemen’s Singles final at Wimbledon by issuing commemorative stamps.
- Stuttgart tournament begins the move from clay to grass
While the ATP's leading men descended on Stuttgart, behind the scenes preparations were already under way for the tournament's conversion from a clay court venue to a grass court venue.
- Tour report - Mahut overtakes Federer in Newport
Did tennis start again the Monday after Wimbledon? Yes it did. Wimbledon.com explores where and when and who was left holding trophies...
- Murray's mind already on New York
Andy Murray may have achieved the biggest win of his life, but as Wimbledon.com explains, he will not be resting on his laurels for too long...
- Murray's moment watched and followed by millions
Andy Murray's victory in the men's singles at Wimbledon yielded the highest domestic viewing figures since the 2012 Olympics and created a similar level of buzz in other mediums.
- Ten things we learned from Wimbledon 2013
From the very first Monday to the very last Sunday, The Championships 2013 were quite unlike any other. Here are 10 things that Wimbledon.com will remember...
- Finally Murray: Wimbledon 2013 goes out on a dizzy high
Nearly eight decades after Fred Perry won his last of three titles at The Championships, Andy Murray did the same. But how did it happen on Sunday? And what else happened?!
- Nestor and Mladenovic clinch thrilling victory
Rising star Kristina Mladenovic and veteran Daniel Nestor hold their nerve to win a topsy-turvy final set against No.1 seeds Lisa Raymond and Bruno Soares.
- Frenzied scenes as Murray mania takes over
They told us the frenzied scenes during the Olympics in London last year were a once in a lifetime. It took just 11 months for the country to see them again as British sporting history was made at Wimbledon
- The buzzing of social media
Andy Murray's tweet following his Wimbledon victory was re-tweeted nearly 55,000 times, a sign of the massive interest in Murray, and The Championships, on social media.
- Cash and Woodforde roll back the years in doubles
There was a stellar cast of former champions on view on Day 13 of The Championships as the three invitation doubles tournaments reached their conclusions.
- Top seeds take wheelchair trophies
Titles went to the top seeds in both the men's and women's wheelchair events as Shingo Kunieda and Stephane Houdet, and Jiske Griffioen and Aniek Van Koot won their respective finals.
- Quotes of The Championships
Nadal, Federer, Sharapova and Serena all went out early, but it ended on the hottest day of the year with two new Wimbledon champions in the form of Marion Bartoli and Andy Murray
- It was Murray's moment
Andy Murray claims he can't remember the last point of the 2013 Wimbledon final. Let's hope he remembers the whirlwind of celebration, ceremony, family and fans that followed.
- Gracious Djokovic admits he was second best
Novak Djokovic found himself on the wrong end of a momentous piece of tennis history on Centre Court today, the losing contestant as a 77-year hex was broken
- How Murray's mission was accomplished
One of the longest droughts in tennis is over. No longer can we say that it has been 77 years since a British man has won Wimbledon, thanks to Andy Murray.
- Murray triumphs over Djokovic to become Wimbledon champion
Andy Murray has finally ended Britain's 77-year wait to win the Wimbledon men's singles title after beating Novak Djokovic in straight sets 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 on Centre Court
- Australian boys dominate their way to the title
Australians Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis have captured the boys’ doubles title at Wimbledon with a dominant victory over Enzo Couacaud and Stefano Napolitano.
- Gianluigi Quinzi crowned boys' singles champion
Following a simply stunning match, Gianluigi Quinzi has become just the second Italian to capture the Boys’ Singles Championship at Wimbledon.
- What the papers say
Marion's style, Murray's chances, men's doubles and more.
- Czech girls make it a double double victory
The No.1 seeds Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova of the Czech Republic continued their dominance in the Girls’ Singles Championship, claiming their second major title together.
- 'I just don't want to change' - Marion Bartoli
The 2013 Ladies' Singles Champion, Marion Bartoli, spoke to Wimbledon.com following her career-defining win...
- Five to Follow on Day Thirteen
After twelve wacky days of up and down tennis, the world's top two ranked players - Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray - will meet for a chance to win The Championships on the final day of play.
- Murray mania fires up social media
As you might expect, there has been quite a lot of conversation on social media about Andy Murray over the past 12 days. Here are some numbers...
- Chinese Taipei's Su-Wei Hsieh makes history in doubles
Eighth seeds Su-Wei Hsieh and Peng Shuai defeated 12th seeds Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua to win the Wimbledon ladies’ doubles title 7-6(1), 6-1
- Marion's Masterpiece and the Bryans' Golden Slam
On the second Saturday of The Championships 2013, a Wimbledon that was wacky from the start had a few twists in its finish.
- Matchplay and mischief from the masters
On Saturday, several past men’s greats were in action, entertaining the crowds with their humorous antics, but also reminding them of what they can do when wielding a racket.
- Last junior outing for Edmund ends in doubles defeat
Kyle Edmund’s last junior event did not end in the way he wished as the Brit and his Portuguese partner Frederico Ferreira Silva were knocked out in the semi-finals of the Boys’ Doubles on No.1 Court.
- What next for the all-conquering Bryan brothers?
With 15 Grand Slams and an Olympic gold medal, there may seem little to motivate Bob and Mike Bryan, but they already have the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in their sights.
- Top seeds through to wheelchair finals
It was business as usual for the top seeds in both the men's and the women's wheelchair doubles ahead of Sunday's finals.
- The Thirteenth Day: 2013 Daily Preview
Andy Murray's achievements over the past year do not mean he will win Wimbledon today against Novak Djokovic but the exorcism of Fred Perry’s ghost has surely begun
- Novak Djokovic ready for another epic against old rival
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have been rivals for so long they can't agree on when they first played each other. But their 19th meeting promises to be another classic.
- Sabine Lisicki freezes while Bartoli plays it cool
On the hottest day yet of Wimbledon 2013, keeping a cool head or freezing with nerves made all the difference to the outcome of the women's final.
- A nation prepares...
From John O’Groats to Lands End, the nation will watch and expect as Andy Murray bids to make history.
- Golden Bryans make history in Gentlemen's doubles
The Bryan Brothers completed a remarkable non-calendar-year Golden Grand Slam on Saturday after defeating Marcelo Melo and Ivan Dodig in the Gentlemen's Doubles final on Centre Court in four sets.
- Murray v Djokovic: Five of their best matches
When the world’s top two ranked players meet for the Wimbledon title on Sunday it will be the third time in the past four Grand Slam finals they have clashed. We look at some of their most pivotal matches
- Form guide: Novak Djokovic v Andy Murray
Novak Djokovic leads his head-to-head matches against Andy Murrya by 11 wins to 7. However, there are plenty of reasons to believe the Scot can end Britian's 77-year wait for a Gentlemen's Singles champion.
- Where the ladies' final was won and lost
They were two unlikely combatants in the 2013 ladies’ final at Wimbledon, and it was a match that proved as surprising as the two women contesting it.
- Unpredictable Wimbledon heralds changing of guard
The Championships gave us a glimpse of how the women's game might look after the end of the dominance of the Williams sisters. And it is an exciting prospect.
- In his own words: Andy Murray
During The Fortnight Andy Murray has spoken about how he copes with the expectations on him, the dominance of the 'Big Four' and how he fancies pitting his tennis wits against Serena Williams.
- Murray: path to the final
It’s been a stellar 12 months for Andy Murray. Winner of gold and silver medals at the London Olympics, a first Grand Slam at the US Open and now in his second successive Wimbledon final. We look at his route to the final
- In his own words: Novak Djokovic
As the world No.1 prepares for his seventh Grand Slam final, Novak Djokovic speaks of his epic semi-final with Juan Martin Del Potro, the Centre Court roof and Andy Murray versus Serena Williams.
- Victory for Belinda Bencic in girls' singles final
No.1 seed Belinda Bencic of Switzerland has beaten the No.5 seed, the USA's Taylor Townsend 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 in the girls' singles final.
- A champion at last, Marion Bartoli wins Wimbledon title
France's Marion Bartoli won the Ladies' Singles title when she beat Germany's Sabine Lisicki in straight sets 6-1, 6-4 on Centre Court
- Murray, Del Potro and Djokovic send figures through the roof
The BBC registered the highest sports' audience of the year on Friday at Wimbledon as Andy Murray, Jerzy Janowicz, Juan Martin Del Potro and Novak Djokovic contested the men's singles semi-finals.
- Djokovic: path to the final
In a tournament marked by the exits of some notable champions, top seed Novak Djokovic has proved the rock, a stabilising influence within a highly-volatile draw.
- What the papers say
The papers salute Andy Murray for beating a Polish opponent with 'the wingspan of a condor and a serve like a trebuchet', but they are in awe of the quality produced by Novak Djokovic and Juan Del Potro.
- Five to follow on Day Twelve
The ladies' singles final on Saturday is one of the least-expected major finals in a long while. We look ahead to that match and more on a busy second Saturday at Wimbledon.
- An all-time classic and Murray's magic headline Day 11
Two semi-finals, two memorable Wimbledon matches. The bar was set high from the start and maintained throughout the day. Read what storylines shook out on Day 11 of The Championships.
- Quotes of the Second Friday
Picking out our favourites from the Wimbledon press room transcripts on Friday...
- Janowicz loses focus but proves he is a Pole apart
From the Futures to a Wimbledon singles semi-final in the space of 18 months, Jerzy Janowicz has made a rapid rise and, despite his defeat to Murray, showed that he has a very big future.
- Marion Bartoli: path to the final
Amid the carnage of seeds to have crashed and burned in an upset-strewn women’s draw, a pair of unlikely finalists will square off for a maiden Grand Slam title on Saturday.
- Sabine Lisicki: path to the final
Should Sabine Lisicki triumph in Saturday's final against Marion Bartoli, she would have knocked out four seeds in the top 16
- Murray reaches second Wimbledon final in emphatic fashion
No. 2 seed Andy Murray has beaten No.24 seed Jerzy Janowicz 6-7(2), 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 to make it into Sunday's final against Novak Djokovic.
- Top seeds through to girls' doubles semi-final
The semi-finals of this year's girls' doubles is decided following straightforward victories for Nos.1 and 2 seeds, but upset for No.3 seeds Elise Mertens and Ipek Soylu.
- Raymond and Soares to meet Nestor and Mladenovic
Daniel Nestor and Kristina Mladenovic spring a surprise to reach the mixed doubles final, where they will face No.1 seeds Bruno Soares and Lisa Raymond.
- History repeats for junior girls
The Wimbledon Junior Girls Championship final will pit No. 5 seed Taylor Townsend against Swiss top seed Belinda Bencic. They've met before, and this time Townsend will be looking for revenge.
- Final places confirmed in invitational doubles
The exciting and entertaining invitational doubles has almost reached its conclusion, with the final line-up confirmed.
- Unorthodox Bartoli could bounce her way to the title
Marion Bartoli, who was runner-up in 2007, hasn't won a tournament since 2011 but Virginia Wade, Britain's champion in 1977, believes she can win the ladies' singles title for the first time
- Heroics of beaten Del Potro will never be forgotten
In one of the all-time great Wimbledon semi-finals – the longest in history – Juan Martin Del Potro fell short in just one department, and it was the only one he will care about
- The Twelfth Day: 2013 Daily Preview
Sabine Lisicki is deservedly the favourite to win an intriguing Ladies' Singles final against Marion Bartoli after the matches she had to win to get there.
- Edmund has some consolation in the doubles
Having lost his singles semi-final earlier in the day, Kyle Edmund had some consolation when, alongside Frederico Ferreira Silva, reached the semi-finals of the Boys’s Doubles
- Novak Djokovic reaches final after five-set epic
Novak Djokovic reaches his second Wimbledon final after beating Juan Martin Del Potro in five sets. The No.1 seed won 7-5, 4-6, 7-6, 6-7, 6-3 in a match lasting four hours and 42 minutes.
- Aussie pair Barty and Dellacqua extend unbeaten run
Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua have maintained their excellent form of 2013 by progressing to the final of the ladies’ doubles event at Wimbledon.
- Lisicki v Bartoli: What does the form book say?
What if all matches went with form? There'd be none of those exciting upsets that make The Championships. Even so, a look at the stats between the two finalists in the ladies' singles make interesting reading.
- Big-serving Gianluigi Quinzi through to boys' final
Italy's Gianluigi Quinzi will face Hyeon Chung, of the Republic of Korea, in the final of the Wimbledon Boys’ Singles Championship after he put out Great Britain's Kyle Edmund.
- Whiley gets better of fellow Brit Shuker in Wheelchairs
Two Britons were in action in the semi-finals of the Ladies’ Wheelchair Doubles, with Jordanne Whiley's pair proving too strong for her old partner Lucy Skuker on Court 14
- Sense of destiny drives 'Bina Boom Boom'
Sabine Lisicki may be allergic to grass but that doesn't stop her loving Wimbledon and relishing the prospect of playing her first Grand Slam final on Centre Court.
- In her own words: Marion Bartoli
Over the Fortnight Bartoli has spoken of crowd support, taking naps before playing, her coaching situation and her father's influence.
- What the papers say
The newspapers are in raptures over the quality, intensity and sheer intelligence exhibited by Sabine Lisicki and Agnieszka Radwanksa. Other writers are intrigued by Marion Bartoli's idiosyncrasies.
- In her own words: Sabine Lisicki
The German tells of her joy at being able to play after a serious ankle injury left her having to learn to walk again, and getting a text from Steffi Graf before her semi-final.
- Five to follow on Day Eleven
The men take centre stage on Centre Court, with the hopes of a nation resting squarely on Andy Murray for the fifth straight year at Wimbledon - but what else is happening around the grounds?
- THE QUEUE: Latest status
People currently in the Queue for on day sales will have to wait many hours. Wimbledon strongly advises those intending to queue, not to travel to Wimbledon.
- Bryan brothers one step from Grand Slam history
The Bryan brothers are within one match of holding all four Grand Slams at once after holding off Rohan Bopanna and Edouard Roger-Vasselin in five sets in their Wimbledon semi-final on Thursday
- Mixed doubles throws up mixed fortunes
The semi-final line-up is complete and contains a mixture of no-surprise seeds following the form book and outsiders on the hunt for a win.
- Beware Juan Martin Del Potro, the big friendly giant
If appearances can be deceiving, look no further than Juan Martin Del Potro.
- Aussie teen Ashleigh Barty moving into the big league
Two years ago Ashleigh Barty was on her way to victory in the girls’ event, this week the young Australian is proving a big hit in the senior doubles events
- Quotes of the Second Thursday
Picking out our favourites from the Wimbledon press room transcripts on Thursday
- Ladies' semi-finals day: The long and short of it
One went fast and one took a while - a long while. The ladies' semi-finals were polar opposites on Thursday, with Marion Bartoli racing through hers and Sabine Lisicki withstanding an epic encounter.
- What does the future hold for the last four women?
Success at Wimbledon is arguably the pinnacle of tennis achievement for any player. But with that blessing inevitably comes a curse – the pressure to back up that result at subsequent event
- Life in the locker room
The locker room is uncharted territory for most of us. We are all well used to seeing the players fierce in battle on the court, but how do they get on with each other behind the scenes?
- Agnieszka Radwanska's court craft not enough
Radwanska's consistency and court craft were not enough to beat Sabine Lisicki's pace and power, with the Pole losing 6-4, 2-6, 9-7 in a rollercoaster Wimbledon semi-final.
- The Eleventh Day: 2013 Daily Preview
Jerzy Janowicz and Juan Martin Del Potro are big enough, and dangerous enough, to upset the numerous predictions of a Novak Djokovic-Andy Murray 'dream' final.
- No fairytale ending for Kirsten Flipkens
When she was playing, Kim Clijsters was widely considered one of the nicest people on the tour and now it seems her good friend and countrywoman Kirsten Flipkens could usurp that respected title.
- Sabine Lisicki beats Radwanska in marathon semi-final
German Sabine Lisicki reached her first ladies' singles final when she beat last year's runner-up Agnieszka Radwanska 6-4, 2-6, 9-7
- Multiple champion Novak Djokovic keeps low profile
If ever a favourite has been overlooked, it is Novak Djokovic. The top seed, who meets Juan Martin Del Potro in the semi-finals, has moved swiftly and silently through the draw like a shark homing in on an unsuspecting swimmer
- Belinda Bencic continues her junior girls' dominance
It was business as usual for three of the top five seeds in the quarter-finals of the girl’s draw although there was to be at least one surprise as The Championships continued its unpredictable nature this year.
- Verdasco scare a timely warning for Andy Murray
Everything points to Andy Murray beating Jerzy Janowicz to reach his second successive final but there are powerful reasons to fear the Pole besides his phenomenal serve.
- Kyle Edmund makes it another semi for British tennis
No.5 seed Kyle Edmund has made it through to the semi-finals of the boys' singles, beating the USA's Stefan Kozlov 4-6, 6-1, 6-3 to set up a match against No.8 seed Gianluigi Quinzi of Italy.
- Marion Bartoli crushes Kirsten Flipkens to reach final
No.15 seed Marion Bartoli beats Kirsten Flipkens to reach the final of the Ladies' Singles for the second time. The Frenchwoman won 6-1, 6-2.
- Janowicz hopes to continue his 'unbelievable' Wimbledon
Jerzy Janowicz has a word for what is happening to him at the 2013 Championships - "unbelievable".
- What the papers say
Andy Murray's travails against Fernando Verdasco put the nation – and the newspapers – through the mill during five agonising sets. Happily, his lucky mascot, Sir Alex Ferguson, was on hand.
- Five to follow on Day Ten
We're at the business end of The Championships, with just six matches to be completed on the singles side as the ladies begin semi-finals. There's no Serena, no Vika, no Maria. Who will come through?
- Murray's marathon win yields some big numbers
Andy Murray's epic five-set win over Fernando Verdasco to reach the men's singles quarter-finals had tennis fans around the globe on anxious tenterhooks.
- Verdasco shows his class but falls just short
When it comes to his image Fernando Verdasco may have a reputation for being one of the flashier players on the tour but on Wednesday it was his sparkling tennis that almost brought victory over Andy Murray
- Veteran Date-Krumm just happy to make second week
Kimiko Date-Krumm, the oldest woman to reach the third round of the singles at Wimbledon in the Open era last week, bowed out of the Mixed Doubles but you couldn't wipe the smile off her face
- Great American hope Townsend into last eight
Taylor Townsend, who has already won a match on the WTA tour, was impressive as she beat Karin Kennel 6-3, 7-5 to reach the last eight of the Girls’ Singles here at Wimbledon
- Quotes of the Second Wednesday
Picking out our favourites from the Wimbledon press room transcripts on Wednesday...
- Kirsten Flipkens still believes in fairytales
If the weirdities of Wimbledon 2013 have proved somewhat disturbing, the silver lining has been the opening of the stage to less familiar names.
- Murray reserves praise for young Briton Edmund
The main focus of attention for British tennis at Wimbledon is, understandably, on Andy Murray, but in 18-year-old Kyle Edmund, Britain might just have its next star in waiting.
- Day Nine: Murray resists another Wacky Wednesday
Andy Murray's gutsy comeback stops men's quarter-finals day turning into another Wacky Wednesday at Wimbledon. We pick the bones out of Day Nine...
- The Tenth Day: 2013 daily preview
Agnieszka Radwanska and Marion Bartoli, both former singles runners-up at The Championships, have a second chance to reach the women's final in today's semi-finals against Sabine Lisicki and Kirsten Flipkens respectively
- Mixed doubles follow the form book - almost
In a Wimbledon of surprises, the mixed doubles has been a whole different ball game as no fewer than eight of the top 10 seeds head into the third round of The Championships.
- Last kick for Lukasz Kubot
Alas, no more high-kicking will grace Wimbledon this year. That was the celebratory dance of Lukasz Kubot, who on Wednesday lost in the first-ever all-Polish quarter-final at a Grand Slam to Jerzy Janowicz.
- Andy Murray triumphs in five-set thriller with Verdasco
Andy Murray warned us that Fernando Verdasco would be no pushover in the quarter-finals and so it proved with the Scot coming back from two sets down to take his place in the last four where he will play Jerzy Janowicz
- Barty and Dellacqua cause an upset in Ladies' Doubles
Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua, of Australia, prove too strong for last year’s runners-up, Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka, in three sets.
- Antics and artistry: the invitational doubles
The invitational doubles is proving a popular choice for the Wimbledon crowd, with some familiar names and faces showing they still have what it takes.
- Melo and Dodig make a splash on grass
Marcelo Melo and Ivan Dodig put out Jurgen Melzer and James Blake in four sets to reach the semi-finals of the Gentlemen’s Doubles.
- Agnieszka Radwanska staying true to form
Agnieszka Radwanska is carrying a burden as she arrives at the semi-finals of Wimbledon 2013. Whisper it... she is by far the highest-ranked of the remaining players.
- Janowicz next for Murray after winning Polish affair
Jerzy Janowicz beat Polish compatriot Lukasz Kubot to reach the semi-finals at The Championships. Janowicz won 7-5, 6-4, 6-4 and became the first Polish man to reach the last four of a Grand Slam
- 10 facts about the ladies' semi-finalists
The Ladies’ Singles Championship is down the last four. Here are 10 facts about the semi-finalists, one of whom will become a first time Grand Slam champion on Saturday
- Down but never out as Del Potro digs deep
When Juan Martin Del Potro fell to the court in agony in the opening game, no one could have predicted that more than two hours later the Argentine would be falling to the grass once more in celebration.
- David Ferrer battles in vain against inspired Del Potro
David Ferrer’s Wimbledon campaign has come to an end in the quarter-finals for the second year in a row.
- Tomas Berdych can't quite put theory into practice
Berdych may have beaten Novak Djokovic before, and believes he knows how to do it, but the Serb made sure it didn't happen today, winning 7-6(5), 6-4, 6-3 to reach his 13th consecutive Grand Slam semi-final.
- Sabine Lisicki ready to follow in Graf's footsteps
Barbara Rittner, Germany’s Fed Cup captain, reckons that whoever wins this semi-final will go on to lift the trophy. And if that is Sabine Lisicki, we will all be free to make as many Steffi Graf refererences as we like
- Juan Martin Del Potro powers through to semi-finals
Argentina's Del Potro overcomes injury in the very first game of his match against Spain's David Ferrer, winning 6-2, 6-4, 7-6(5), sealing victory just ten seconds before Novak Djokovic wins his match, to set up a semi-final between the two.
- Unorthodox Marion Bartoli takes it all in her stride
Indomitable, hyperactive Frenchwoman knows what it takes to reach a Ladies' Singles final and will bring her uniquely energetic style to earning a repeat against Kirsten Flipkens.
- Novak Djokovic powers through again in straight sets
World No.1 Novak Djokovic is through to the semi-finals at The Championships after beating 2010 runner-up Tomas Berdych 7-6(5), 6-4, 6-3
- What the papers say
Lisicki's mastery and Flipkens' injuries, Murray and McEnroe and the resurgence of tennis in Poland.
- Five to follow on Day Nine
Four intriguing quarter-finals are in prospect in the Gentlemen's Singles but there is also plenty of top-class doubles to enjoy at The Championships, as well as a chance to see the next generation.
- Fernando Verdasco aiming to spoil Andy Murray's party
Fernando Verdasco need only scroll through his phone book for a certain Rafael Nadal to gain some expert insight on how to beat the world No.2 on the lawn of Centre Court.
- Bryan brothers two wins away from history
Top seeds Bob and Mike Bryan have edged to within two matches of claiming all four Slams in a row for the first time in their careers
- Mixed doubles defeat for Mirnyi and Hlavackova
Jean-Julien Rojer and Vera Dushevina provided the shock of the day in the Mixed Doubles competition as the Dutch-Russian partnership knocked out fourth seeds Max Mirnyi and Andrea Hlavackova
- Quotes of the Second Tuesday
Picking out our favourites from the Wimbledon press room transcripts on Tuesday...
- Former champion Kvitova rues missed opportunity
The result was emblematic of Petra Kvitova’s season to date. Flashes of brilliance mixed with periods of scratchy play. The former champion knows she has missed a marvellous chance in an open draw
- Sloane Stephens cursed by Serena's vote of confidence
It was the kiss of death. Just as when Serena Williams suggested that, in her absence, Sloane Stephens could win the Wimbledon title, you just knew that poor Sloane’s days were numbered
- 'Wild' Wimbledon to crown a new ladies' champion - Day 8
Come Saturday, there will be a new major champion in women's tennis after big-time wins for Agnieszka Radwanska and Kirsten Flipkens. We break down the biggest storylines of the day..
- Marion Bartoli does it her way
It is beyond dispute that Marion Bartoli is a tennis player with a difference but her 6-4, 7-5 quarter-final victory over Sloane Stephens was a strange affair, even by the French woman's unusual standards.
- The Ninth Day: 2013 Daily Preview
Despite all the shocks, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray were the favourites to contest the final even before a ball had been struck and nothing has happened in the meantime to persuade anyone to change their minds
- Jonny O'Mara to put Kyle Edmund's kindness to the test
Kyle Edmund may have been giving fellow Brit Jonny O'Mara a lift to the All England Club every day, but when the two meet in the junior boys' third round on Wednesday, that kindness may have to be put on hold.
- Li Na sees the funny side of Hawk-Eye in defeat
It is a well-known fact among tennis scribblers that you never quite know what you are going to get with Former French Open Champion Li Na - on and off the court
- Wimbledon's girls spring few surprises
Despite an upheaval of seeded players in the ladies’ singles, many of the top seeds in the girls’ singles eased into the third round at the All England Club on a day that saw rain intermittently halt play.
- Surprise package Kirsten Flipkens knocks out Kvitova
Kirsten Flipkens knocks out former Ladies' Singles Champion and No.8 seed Petra Kvitova on Centre Court. The Belgian and former Junior champion won 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.
- Marion Bartoli returns for semi-final six years on
Marion Bartoli defeats the USA's Sloane Stephens 6-4, 7-5 to get to her first semi-final at The Championships since 2007. More to follow.
- Agnieszka Radwanska on course to repeat history
Under the Centre Court roof, 2012 finalist Radwanska defeats China's Li Na 7-6, 4-6, 6-2 to set up a semi-final against Sabine Lisicki
- 24 hours makes a big difference for Kaia Kanepi
Just 24 hours earlier, Kaia Kanepi produced a solid performance to oust Laura Robson and advance to the Wimbledon quarter-finals, where she was dismantled 6-3, 6-3 by Germany's Sabine Lisicki.
- The ones to watch in the Junior Championships
With former winners of the Junior Championships including the likes of Roger Federer, Ivan Lendl, Agnieszka Radwanska and Martina Hingis, we look at who could be in line to emulate some of the sport’s greats
- Five minutes with: Jack Nicklaus
Wimbledon.com caught up with golfing legend Jack Nicklaus, who is a regular visitor to The All England Club during The Championships.
- No.1 seeds Errani and Vinci stunned in doubles
Top seeds Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci were sensationally ousted from the women's doubles.The Italian duo were beaten by German-Czech pairing Julia Goerges and Barbora Zahlavova Strycova
- Sabine Lisicki finds favourite's mantle is no burden
Sabine Lisicki, who beat holder Serena Williams in the fourth round, is through to the women's semi-finals of The Championships after beating Kaia Kanepi 6-3, 6-3.
- Agnieszka Radwanska on course to repeat history
Under the Centre Court roof, 2012 finalist Radwanska defeats China's Li Na 7-6, 4-6, 6-2 to set up a semi-final against Sabine Lisicki.
- What the papers say
Performance, pressure, popularity and the Prime Minister.
- What next for Serena Williams?
Far from being the beginning of the end, Williams' loss to Sabine Lisicki on Monday may prompt an even greater desire for success.
- Five to follow on Day Eight
Four matches, four spots in the Wimbledon semi-finals. Those are the stakes on Tuesday as the eight remaining ladies in The Championships battle it out in the quarter-finals.
- Serena Stunned and Poland's Day in the (Tennis) Sun
Mondays are always better when there are 16 fourth-round matches at the best tennis tournament in the world.
- Britain's Robson and Fleming beaten in Mixed Doubles
Laura Robson failed to make up for her disappointment at being knocked out of the Ladies’ Singles as she and Colin Fleming were beaten on a miserable day for the British players in the Mixed Doubles
- Quotes of the Second Monday
Serena Williams' surprise defeat gives everyone pause for thought, including Andy Murray.
- Berdych sets up quarter-final showdown with Djokovic
Tomas Berdych is putting together his finest Wimbledon since he beat Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic on his way to the 2010 final. In the fourth round he pushed past the young Australian Bernard Tomic 7-6(4), 6-7(5), 6-4, 6-4
- Taylor Townsend smashes her way out of trouble
Taylor Townsend goes for broke to turn the tide in her Girls' Singles match against Iryna Shymanovich.
- Rejuvenated Italians make their mark at SW19
Sara Errani, the No.5 seed, may have crashed out on Day One of The Championships this year in singles, but Italians have enjoyed a revival at all levels of the game
- The Eighth Day: 2013 Daily Preview
The winner of the Ladies’ Singles in this year’s extraordinary Championships may have been a formality in many people’s minds.
- Novak Djokovic sees off veteran Tommy Haas
World No.1 Novak Djokovic is through to the quarter-finals of The Championships after a straight-sets win over 35-year-old Tommy Haas. Djokovic won 6-1, 6-4, 7-6
- Nick Kyrgios puts down a marker in boys' singles
World No.1 junior Nick Kyrgios impresses in a straight sets win against Britain's Evan Hoyt.
- Srebotnik and Petrova look the part in doubles
Slovenia's Katarina Srebotnik and Russia's Nadia Petrova were the highest seeds to progress through to the quarter-finals of the Ladies' Doubles on Monday
- Commanding Juan Martin Del Potro advances into new territory
Juan Martin Del Potro, the No.8 seed, reaches his first Wimbledon quarter-final with 6-4 7-6(2) 6-3 victory against Andreas Seppi.
- Agnieszka Radwanska holds nerve for Li Na quarter-final
Despite a shaky start, Radwanska put paid to the hopes of Bulgarian Tsvetana Pironkova with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 passage to the last eight.
- Lukasz Kubot dances his way into the the quarter-finals
Lukasz Kubot is can-can dancing his way through an upset-strewn bottom half of the draw to a career-best result at a major.
- The Williams v Lisicki social wash-up
The Serena Williams v Sabine Lisicki match had Wimbledon’s social media set on the edge of their tweets right up until the last ball.
- Andy Murray marches on and is still to drop a set
No.2 seed Andy Murray continued his 15-match winning streak, beating Russia's Mikhail Youzhny 6-4, 7-6, 6-1 to set up a quarter-final match against Spain's Fernando Verdasco.
- Eleventh time lucky for Fernando Verdasco
On his 11th attempt, Spain's Fernando Verdasco is through to a Wimbledon quarter-final following his victory over fellow-left hander France's Kenny De Schepper 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.
- Jerzy Janowicz sets up all-Polish quarter-final
After five marathon sets on Court 12, the big-serving Jerzy Janowicz played his part in setting up the first all-Polish Grand Slam quarter-final by defeating Jurgen Melzer of Austria.
- Heartache for defending doubles champion Marray
The British No.9 seeds Jonathan Marray and Colin Fleming lost to three-time Wimbledon finalist Robert Lindstedt and two-time champion Daniel Nestor 7-6(5), 7-5, 6-3.
- Fernando Verdasco earns meeting with Andy Murray
Fernando Verdasco, the world No.54, is through to the quarter-finals at Wimbledon for the first time in 11attempts after a 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 victory over Kenny De Schepper. He now plays Andy Murray
- Sloane Stephens ends Puig's fairytale run
Sloane Stephens, a 20-year-old from Palm Springs, Florida, seeded No.17, reached the quarter-finals at Wimbledon for the first time with a 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 victory over Monica Puig of Puerto Rico.
- 2007 runner-up Marion Bartoli bounces out Knapp
Watching Marion Bartoli is rarely a dull experience. In the fourth round, the No.15 seed completed a workmanlike victory over the world No.104 Karin Knapp, winning 6-2, 6-3 in 72 minutes on Court 12
- No.20 seed Kirsten Flipkens through to face Kvitova
Kirsten Flipkens, Belgium’s next hope for a WTA champion after the retirement of Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin, is doing her best to make her country proud at Wimbledon this year.
- Kaia Kanepi ends Laura Robson's magnificent run
Laura Robson's superb run at The Championships came to an end when she was beaten in straight sets by Estonian Kaia Kanepi 7-6, 7-5.
- Sabine Lisicki smiles her way to victory over Serena
Sabine Lisicki caused one of the shocks of the tournament, upsetting Serena Williams 6-2, 1-6, 6-4 to reach the quarter-finals.
- David Ferrer flying under the radar to last eight
Spain's David Ferrer reached the last eight for the second year in a row at The Championships when he beat Ivan Dodig 6-7, 7-6, 6-1, 6-1
- Li Na laughing all the way to quarter-finals
Former French Open champion Li Na won the battle of the veterans when she defeated Roberta Vinci 6-2, 6-0 in their fourth round match
- Kirsten Flipkens through to first Grand Slam quarter-final
Belgium's Kirsten Flipkens is through to her first Grand Slam quarter-final after beating Flavia Pennetta. The No.20 seed won 7-6, 6-4 and will now face Petra Kvitova.
- What the papers say
Keeping success in perspective, big earnings and some top tips for today's players.
- Petra Kvitova sticks to Plan A to reach last eight
No.8 seed Kvitova beats Carla Suarez Navarro of Spain 7-6(5), 6-3 to make it into the quarter-finals.
- 40 Years Young: WTA Celebrates Anniversary
The Women's Tennis Association celebrated its 40th anniversary with 17 of its top 21 world No.1s from throughout history attending an event in their honour.
- Billie Jean King honoured in new film
Billie Jean King is rightly considered as one of the greatest players to have ever picked up a racket. But what she achieved off court is a story worth telling too.
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- Five to follow on Day Seven
Need cheering up on your Monday morning? How about a line-up as good as they come for The Championships 2013, with all fourth-round matches on the schedule in singles in a schedule bursting with too many options to choose from.
- The Seventh Day: 2013 Daily Preview
Andy Murray was moved to describe the 10 days of last year’s Olympic tennis tournament as “the best of my career - yes it was ahead of the US Open”.
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- Wimbledon top 10: Oddest moments
There's always at least one at each Championships. Wimbledon.com brings you some of those odd moments.
- Wimbledon Top 10: Royal moments
Royal support has been a continued feature of The Championships. Wimbledon.com shares some of the best moments.
- Wimbledon Top 10: The trophies
Every player wants one. In the last of the daily top 10s, Wimbledon.com brings you some facts about the trophies.
- Wimbledon Top 10: What happened next
Is there life after tennis? Wimbledon.com brings you today's top 10.
- Wimbledon Top 10: Showmen and women
They make some of the special moments of The Championships. Wimbledon.com brings you the top 10 for entertainment value.
- Wimbledon top 10: Umpires, line-judges, officials
The Championships couldn't happen without them. Wimbledon.com brings you tales from the umpires, line-judges and officials.
- Wimbledon Top 10: Siblings
Continuing our series of daily top 10s, Wimbledon.com takes a look at tennis siblings.