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Monfils, Simon play on two courts
French stars Gael Monfils and Gilles Simon started their Wimbledon third round clash on Court One on Saturday before it was switched to a conclusion beneath the lights and roof of Centre Court. Read full article
Age just a number for Jankovic
Jelena Jankovic insists she can recapture the form that took her to the top of the world after the Serbian veteran ended Petra Kvitova's reign as Wimbledon champion. Read full article
Kvitova shattered by Wimbledon exit
Deposed Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova admitted it will take her weeks to recover from the shock of her third round defeat against Jelena Jankovic. Read full article
Women's wrap: Saturday, July 4
Petra Kvitova's reign as Wimbledon champion came to a shock end on Saturday as Jelena Jankovic staged a superb fightback to claim a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 third round victory. Read full article
Hard slog beckons for Nadal's destroyer
Dustin Brown rocketed into the limelight when he knocked Rafael Nadal out of Wimbledon but the dreadlocked German is now facing the harder task of regular life slogging round the tennis circuit. Read full article
Kvitova dumped; Federer advances
Petra Kvitova, the defending champion and second seed, crashed out of Wimbledon on Saturday while Roger Federer and Andy Murray both needed four sets to secure their passage into the second week. Read full article
Men's wrap: Saturday, July 4
Seven-time champion Roger Federer defeated big-serving Australian Sam Groth to reach the Wimbledon last 16 on Saturday. Read full article
WIMBLEDON LIVE BLOG – DAY 6
Welcome to our live, interactive coverage of Wimbledon 2015. Read full article
Federer, Murray target Wimbledon last 16
Seven-time champion Roger Federer and 2013 winner Andy Murray look to reach the Wimbledon fourth round on Saturday. Read full article
Serena tells fans to support Venus
Serena Williams has called on fans to support her sister Venus when the two five-time Wimbledon champions meet in an emotional fourth round clash on Monday. Read full article
Tomic slams 'disrespectful' Tennis Australia
Bernard Tomic launched a blistering tirade against Tennis Australia and its head of performance Pat Rafter after his third round exit at Wimbledon on Friday. Read full article
Don't abandon coach, Novak tells Rafa
Novak Djokovic told long-time rival Rafael Nadal not to be panicked into sacking his uncle Toni as coach in a bid to salvage his faltering career. Read full article
Watson eyes Serena and rivals
Serena Williams once featured among Heather Watson's bedroom posters but after the Briton almost ran her idol out of Wimbledon on Friday, the game's big hitters are now in her sights on court. Read full article
Djokovic autographs fan's prosthesis
Defending champion and top seed Novak Djokovic breezed into the Wimbledon fourth round on Friday and was then asked to autograph a fan's prosthetic leg. Read full article
Serena survives; Novak, Maria win
Serena Williams set up a Wimbledon last-16 showdown with sister Venus on Friday after surviving a major third-round scare as Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova eased into the second week. Read full article
Women's wrap: Friday, July 3
Serena Williams set up a titanic Wimbledon fourth round showdown with sister Venus as the world No 1 staged a dramatic final set fightback to beat Britain's Heather Watson 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 on Friday. Read full article
Top seeds on course at Arthur Ashe
All seeds remained unchallenged on the opening day of the Airports Company South Africa Soweto Open, an International Tennis Federation (ITF) Futures tournament part of the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour staged Read full article
Men's wrap: Friday, July 3
Defending champion Novak Djokovic swept into the Wimbledon fourth round Friday. Read full article
Nadal facing career endgame
Rafael Nadal insists his career which has yielded 14 Grand Slam titles and $73 million is not finished, but evidence was mounting on Friday that the Spaniard has reached the end of the road. Read full article
Wimbledon falls silent to remember Tunisia attacks
The Wimbledon tennis championships fell silent on Friday to commemorate the victims of the Tunisia beach massacre, with tens of thousands of spectators coming to a standstill. Read full article
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