Novak Djokovic earned his first Grand Slam title in more than two years by beating Kevin Anderson to win his fourth Wimbledon championship.
History repeated itself for Sweden's Stefan Olsson today as he successfully defended his Wimbledon men's wheelchair singles title against the man he defeated in last year's final, Gustavo Fernández of Argentina.
Kevin Anderson signalled that Grand Slam tournaments needed to change their rules over the length of matches after reaching the Wimbledon final today, in a semi-final against US player John Isner that took six hours and 35 minutes - the longest last four game ever played at the Championships.
Serena Williams will face Germany's Angelique Kerber for an eighth Wimbledon singles title after both won their semi-finals in straight sets today.
Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova was knocked out in the first round at the All England Club on a day that also saw second seed in the men’s draw Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and defending women's champion Garbine Muguruza all win comfortably.
Tennis legend Roger Federer has said he does not think there will ever be enough drug testing in the sport.
Ten years since they played out what many consider to be the greatest tennis match of all time, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are once again seeded first and second respectively for the men's singles at Wimbledon.