Gallery: The story in pictures from a ‘manic’ second Monday at Wimbledon 2018
It was dubbed “Manic Monday” and the second Monday certainly delivered at Wimbledon.
It’s called ‘Manic Monday’ for a reason…
But the fans didn’t seem overly stressed about it.
Especially the more Hollywood ones. That’s the nefarious Lucius Malfoy from Harry Potter, in case you were wondering.
The twelve-seeded Jelena Ostapenko on the stretch. She’s into the quarter-finals.
The line-calls weren’t to everyone’s liking…
Angelique Kerber cut a happier figure, especially since she’s now the top seed remaining in the women’s competition.
And Dominika Cibulkova got that winning feeling again yoo.
Although any woman wanting to win Wimbledon this year will have to go through Serena first, and she’s looking ominously good.
Roger Federer has now won 32 sets in a row at Wimbledon.
But old rival Rafael Nadal looks capable of beating anyone right now.
Kei Nishikori played his way into a first Wimbledon quarter-final.
And so did Kevin Anderson.
But Novak Djokovic was NOT amused about being the last player on court – again.
‘I don’t think there is any pressure, but everyone should be a little patient with me,’ urges Emma Raducanu
The US Open winner is seeking her first WTA Tour match victory.
Cameron Norrie headlines Great Britain’s Davis Cup Finals squad with Andy Murray left out as expected
World No 14 Norrie is Great Britain’s top-seeded player in the ATP Rankings.
High praise for Emma Raducanu from Simona Halep as Romanian highlights US Open champion’s feature qualities
“I think what impressed me was her aggressiveness.”
WTA Finals race between Ons Jabeur and Anett Kontaveit heats up as Tunisian jokingly urges rival to ‘back off’
Ons Jabeur and Anett Kontaveit enjoy some online banter.
‘Becoming the No 1 in the world is still the goal’ for ‘experienced’ Daniil Medvedev
“If I’ll catch up with him this year, excellent, but if not I will try to do it down the road.”
‘I am proud of putting myself in a position to compete with the top guys,’ says Andy Murray
“It has been amazing that I have been able to even get back and be playing,” says Murray.
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Jannik Sinner and Aslan Karatsev are big ATP Tour winners on finals Sunday
Aslan Karatsev won the VTB Kremlin Cup.
Emma Raducanu opens up on her coaching dilemma as she aims to shine in Romania
Raducanu is relaxed at the prospect of finishing the season without a coach.
Comment – Andy Murray has the answers he needs as he decides what happens next
Murray should appreciate that a chastening handful of defeats should offer him the ray of light he has been seeking.