Gallery: The story from an emotion-filled day five at Wimbledon
Here is your pictorial from day five at Wimbledon 2018.
It was an emotional day for Katerina Siniakova, who took a fall during her defeat to Camila Giorgi.
More emotions, this time from Alexander Zverev after he required five sets to beat Taylor Fritz.
The long and the short of it. Kevin Anderson and Philipp Kohlschreiber after the former won in three sets.
Gael Monfils was another one who took a tumble.
But the Frenchman got up and got on with it, beating 11th seed Sam Querrey in four sets.
A crouching Joe Salisbury during the men’s doubles.
Venus Williams with a bit of extra glow.
Sister Serena Williams was initially frustrated, but she was soon doing a victory dance after beating Kristina Mladenovic.
Marcelo Arevalo and Hans Podlipnik-Castillo after their epic five-set win in the men’s doubles.
Roger Federer did what he does best, win at Wimbledon.
Federer will face Adrian Mannarino next, here the Frenchman celebrates his third-round victory.
Tim Henman says ‘mesmerising’ Roger Federer ‘won’t just make up the numbers’ upon his return
Tim Henman on Roger Federer’s comeback.
Andrey Rublev expects ‘fun’ match against ‘true legend’ Andy Murray as Scot praises Russian’s work ethic
Andrey Rublev and Andy Murray sing each other’s praises.
Stefanos Tsitsipas explains how change in mindset helped him to turn things around in Rotterdam opener
Stefanos Tsitsipas shows some fight in Rotterdam win.
Andy Murray set for Rotterdam second-round clash with world No 8 Andrey Rublev
Murray and Rublev’s only other meeting was in 2017.
Novak Djokovic unlikely to return to action before clay season as there ‘is no need to take any risks’
Novak Djokovic unlikely to feature at the Miami Open.
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Goran Ivanisevic takes aim at the media.
Ashleigh Barty pulls out of Dubai tournament, but hopes to defend Miami Open title
Ashleigh Barty won’t be travelling to the Middle East.
Roger Federer to skip Miami Open as he opts to ‘slowly work his way back’ following injury
Roger Federer won’t feature at the Miami Open.
‘I’m playing for my career’ – Honest Andy Murray admits retirement question is lingering
Andy Murray fought back to beat Robin Haase in Rotterdam.