- 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.
- 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
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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
- 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.
- 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.
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- Wimbledon Top 10: Royal moments
Royal support has been a continued feature of The Championships. Wimbledon.com shares some of the best moments.