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