Friday's Wimbledon slate marks the beginning of Round 3 at All England Club. It also means the sport's biggest stars will have to continue upping the ante to stave off elimination. The tournament field has already eliminated big names on both sides of the draw. Show More Summary
The third round of Wimbledon 2015 begins on Friday with men's No 1 seed Novak Djokovic and Britain's Heather Watson among the players to feature on Centre Court.
Long before Rafael Nadal was packing up his gear in his second-round Wimbledon loss to Dustin Brown, it was clear that the Spaniard was out of his element once again. Make that out of his proper time. The easy charge is that Nadal is too broken down or old to keep dominating tennis. Show More Summary
It’s Independence Day weekend in the US; today’s the legal holiday. Roger’s off lighting fireworks. I’m engaged in that favorite American 4th of July past-time … watching Wimbledon. Our US fundraising colleagues have a nice three-day window in which to plan the rest of their summer vacations. And to reflect over a beer, wine or gin […]
If you needed to test the temperature of the match, you needed to only watch the first game with Brown serving -- sick drop shot to win the first point, insane over-the-shoulder two-handed-backhand put-away to the win the second point, ace to win the third point, and sicker drop shot to win the service game at love. Game on, and game over.
Clasping his flowing expanse of hair in disbelief, patting the giant tattoo under his ribcage - the Centre Court found a different kind of hero in the moment of victory.
Winning another match at Wimbledon would be on a par with Arsenal bagging the Premier League title next season, says Gunners fan James Ward following his second round heroics on Thursday.
He is the gift that keeps on giving. Just when you think Roger Federer has laid bare all his talent on Centre Court, he reveals there is more.
RIATH AL-SAMARRAI AT WIMBLEDON: On a day when Andy Murray and James Ward reached the third round, Dustin Brown stole the show with a sensational upset win over Rafael Nadal.
Sabine Lisicki has admitted she must lose weight and improve her fitness as she attempts to make the breakthrough from perennial Wimbledon contender to champion.
Roger Federer has called the current rules governing the all-white dress code at Wimbledon ‘extreme’ and as if from the 1950s.
Rafael Nadal refused to view his Wimbledon second-round defeat by dreadlocked German Dustin Brown as a signpost pointing towards the end of his career.
Aljaz Bedene was unable to hand Great Britain's men their best Wimbledon return since 1999, losing out to Viktor Troicki in four sets.
Join Sportsmail for live updates of the fourth day at Wimbledon as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal look to move into the third round at SW19. James Ward beat Jiri Vesely on Court No 2.
Sportsmail duo Laurie Whitwell and Stuart Fraser give their day four verdict which was highlighted by Rafa Nadal's shock second round defeat by Dustin Brown.
Defending champion Petra Kvitova made light work of Japan's Kurumi Nara in the Wimbledon second round as the Czech cruised through with a straight-sets win.
MIKE DICKSON: Andy Murray got exiled to Court No 1 on Thursday – and he did not seem at all keen to make his stay a long one. The 28-year-old Scot wasted no time in hammering Robin Haase.
Caroline Wozniacki made light-work of opponent Denisa Allertova as she eased into the third round at Wimbledon.
Andy Murray continues his quest for a second Wimbledon title against Holland's World No 78 Robin Haase on Court One on Thursday. Join Sportsmail LIVE for all the action.
The fourth day of Wimbledon promises to be an action-packed affair with British star Andy Murray taking to court No 1 on Thursday. Murray is first up against Robin Haase.