- 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...
- 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...
- 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.
- 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
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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
- Two Wimbledon towels for £50!
Get yourself the exact same towels that your favourite players are using on court.
- 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.