Gallery: Royals and celebrities out and about at Wimbledon 2018
Royals and the who’s who of the world of entertainment all attended Wimbledon this year.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwell was in attendance on day nine at the All England Club.
Pippa and James Middleton on Centre Court.
Singer Justin Timberlake got really excited while his wife Jessica Biel preferred to stay seated.
Rapper Drake was pretty chilled.
Former England cricket captain Alastair Cook.
Michelle Dockery, or Lady Mary Crawley if you like, from Downtown Abbey.
Sailor and four-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Ben Ainslie and his wife Georgie Thompson.
Tennis royalty Rod Laver.
And another tennis royal, Billie Jean King.
England’s 1966 hero Sir Bobby Charlton representing the football side.
Former England rugby captain Chris Robshaw.
When your team gets knocked out of the FIFA World Cup, you head over to Wimbledon like Gerard Pique.
Golfer Rory McIlroy is quite fascinated by the sky.
Gutsy Andy Murray hoping for a day off before battle of the Brits
Andy Murray needs a day off before his battle of the Brits showdown with Cameron Norrie.
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Simona Halep is well placed to make a run on the top five, while Coco Gauff tops the doubles rankings.
Serena Williams gains lavish praise from Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal has nothing but well-wishes for Serena Williams.
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Three-time Grand Slam winners Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka meeting early in Cincy.
Rafael Nadal on having an opportunity to become world No 1 again: ‘I didn’t expect it’
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Emma Raducanu teams up with Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina in Cincinnati doubles
Nicknames for team Raducanu-Rybakina? Radukina? Rybacanu? Emlena? Elemma?
Andy Murray makes Davis Cup return and hopes to ‘create even more history’ with Great Britain in Glasgow
Great Britain will face United States, Kazakhstan and the Netherlands in the group stage in Glasgow.
Coco Gauff after becoming world No 1 in doubles: ‘Being No 1 is pretty cool. Who wouldn’t want to be No 1?’
Another big milestone for youngster Coco Gauff.