- Mixed fortunes in the mixed doubles
Day six of The Championships saw six British players in action in the mixed doubles on the heels of Laura Robson’s three-set victory in the ladies’ singles.
- Business as usual for Novak Djokovic
With just three unforced errors in the entire match, the No.1 seed made short work of France's Jeremy Chardy 6-3, 6-2, 6-2.
- Juniors make their entrance
The first day for the juniors at The Championships saw mixed fortunes for the British players, with Luke Bambridge and Katie Boulter both making it through to the next round.
- Routine day at the office for Serena Williams
Japan's Date-Krumm managed to stretch the third-round match to over an hour as Williams filed another win 6-2, 6-0.
- Marray and Fleming put down marker in doubles
British pair and No.9 seeds Colin Fleming and Jonathan Marray made a convincing start with a straight sets victory in the Gentleman’s Doubles against Michal Mertinak and Frantisek Cermak.
- Serena Hits 600, Bernie's Big Win and Sun on Middle Saturday
When the weather is talked about at Wimbledon, it's not often that the sentiments are positive. Rain comes and goes, the sky is grey and, well, it's London.
- Makarova makes swift recovery to seal doubles win
Ekaterina Makarova bounced back from defeat to Petra Kvitova with a comprehensive win in the ladies' doubles alongside Elena Vesnina.
- Li Na fights back in style to put out Zakopalova
No.6 seed Li Na surged back from losing the opening set to defeat Klara Zakopalova 4-6, 6-0, 8-6.
- David Ferrer battles through for fourth round tie
No.4 seed, Spain's David Ferrer, proceeds to the fourth round in five sets, beating Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-7(6), 7-6(2), 2-6, 6-1, 6-2.
- Imperious Novak Djokovic breezes past Jeremy Chardy
No.1 seed Novak Djokovic makes quick work of Jeremy Chardy on Centre Court, winning 6-3, 6-3, 6-2.
- The grass is good for Sabine Lisicki
Grass court specialist and former Wimbledon semi-finalist Sabine Lisicki proved to be the stronger player on turf in her match against Samantha Stosur of Australia.
- Kenny De Schepper keeps France in the hunt
If tennis fans had been asked prior to the start of The Championships which two Frenchmen would remain come the second week, it is a fair bet that Kenny De Schepper would not be mentioned too often.
- Outsider Del Potro continues to make stealthy progress
No.7 seed Juan Martin del Potro stays under the radar with 7-5 7-6(3) 6-0 win against Slovenia’s Grega Zemlja.
- Radwanska ends run of rising star Keys
Last year's runner-up Agnieszka Radwanska ended the run of Madison Keys 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 but predicted a big future for the young American
- Tommy Haas beats Lopez in big-serving contest
In the battle of the two big hitters, Tommy Haas, the No.13 seed, came out on top over Spain's Feliciano Lopez 4-6, 6-2, 7-5, 6-4 on No.2 Court.
- Fairytale continues for debutante Monica Puig
The Puerto Rican took advantage of an overnight break in play, returning revitalised to take the match 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.
- Boost for Australia as Bernard Tomic puts out Gasquet
Bernard Tomic of Australia, aged 20, reached the last 16 with a four-set win over Richard Gasquet of France by 7-6(7) 5-7 7-5 7-6(5) in two hours and 46 minutes on Centre Court.
- Tomas Berdych rallies to set up Tomic showdown
Tomas Berdych recovers from losing the first set against Kevin Anderson to set up a fourth round meeting with Bernard Tomic. Berdych won 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5.
- Battling Sloane Stephens averts upset
It threatened to be another upset in the women’s draw yet No.17 seed Sloane Stephens hung against qualifier Petra Cetkovska, winning 7-6(3) 0-6 6-4 and securing safe passage through to the fourth round.
- Petra Kvitova's overnight success
At Friday's close, victory was by no means assured for the Czech player, however Kvitova restarted on Saturday with renewed vigour, closing out 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 against Russia's Ekaterina Makarova.
- Fernando Verdasco overpowers erratic Ernests Gulbis
Ernests Gulbis, conqueror of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, is never in the hunt as Fernando Verdasco wins in straight sets on No.3 Court.
- Mikhail Youzhny earns last 16 match with Andy Murray
Russian Mikhail Youzhny is through to the fourth round of The Championships after beating Viktor Troicki in straight sets. He will now play Britain's Andy Murray
- Britain's Jamie Baker retires from tennis at 26
British No.7 Jamie Baker announces his retirement from professional tennis at the age of 26.
- What the papers say
The newspapers have taken Laura Robson to their hearts and are full of praise with the way she handles herself, although the young Briton is still trying to work out the best way to wave to her fans
- Laura Robson's third round rollercoaster ends on a high
On No.2 Court ended Laura Robson produced a stunning comeback to become the first British woman to make the fourth round at Wimbledon since Sam Smith in 1998.
- Creative spirit behind Official 2013 Poster comes to Wimbledon
What does Wimbledon mean to you? That is what Blue Peter and the All England Club asked the nation's children in a competition to design the official poster for The Championships 2013.
- Five to follow on Day Six
There's plenty of tennis to be played on Saturday at Wimbledon as the tournament scurries with vigor to have that blessed day off - Middle Sunday - before week two begins.
- THE QUEUE: Latest status
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- The Sixth Day: 2013 Daily Preview
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- Wimbledon Top 10: Oldest champions
In the latest daily top 10, Wimbledon.com looks at some of the oldest champions.