- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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
- 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.
- 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
- 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
- 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.
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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.