Gallery: The story from a dramatic day nine at Wimbledon 2018
Here is your pictorial from a star-studded men’s quarter-final day at Wimbledon 2018.
Through the racket of Novak Djokovic.
Kei Nishikori lets his frustrations out.
As does Djokovic.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwell was in attendance.
Nishikori took a tumble…and he also tumbled out as he was beaten in four sets by Djokovic.
That winning feeling.
Roger Federer was feeling the heat after Kevin Anderson took him to five sets.
Anderson brought his A-game.
Match point Anderson.
The King of Wimbledon was dethroned by Anderson.
Man of the moment Anderson.
Rafael Nadal had his game face on against Juan Martin del Potro.
Del Potro was up for the challenge.
Nadal ended up in the crowd and…
…then took a tumble.
Del Potro on his haunches.
Milos Raonic and…
…John Isner battled it out for the right to face Anderson.
How did he do that? Epic Andy Murray performance as he saves matches points to win
Of all the performances Andy Murray has served up since his hip surgery in 2019, this may have been his most epic.
Emma Raducanu announces new sponsorship deal as she reveals how decision to become brand ambassador was influenced
Dior the latest to link up with Emma Raducanu.
The famous Wimbledon queues will return in 2022 as All England Club reveals changes to the schedule
Covid restrictions meant all tickets for the 2021 tournament were sold online.
Novak Djokovic gives update on his 2021 schedule as he also reveals when he will return to training
Novak Djokovic gives update on 2021 schedule.
Incredible footage of US Open champ Emma Raducanu playing Indian Wells winner Paula Badosa
Emma Raducanu took on Paula Badosa at a Futures tournament in Bolton two years ago.
Cameron Norrie inspired by Emma Raducanu’s US Open win, but says it’s ’50-50′ about which story is more believable
Emma Raducanu “inspired me a little bit, that was crazy”, says Cameron Norrie.
Andy Murray backs Kim Clijsters to win at highest level again with Scot impressed by her ball-striking
“I’m sure she can still win matches at the highest level.”
Novak Djokovic reveals ‘I still don’t know if I will’ play in Australian Open as he vows to stay mum over vaccine status
Questions over Djokovic’s participation in Aus Open.
Unvaccinated tennis players warned they are unlikely to receive visas for the 2022 Australian Open
Victoria has a vaccination mandate for professional athletes.
ATP Rankings: Roger Federer out of the top 10, Cameron Norrie into top 20, Andy Murray plunges
This week’s ATP Rankings update.