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.
Novak Djokovic condems Wimbledon’s ‘lose-lose’ decision
The world number one didn’t mince his words about the situation following his first-round victory at the French Open.
French Open recap: Emma Raducanu joins Brits in second round
Britain’s US Open champion was a set and a break down against 17-year-old qualifier Linda Novoska on Monday but battled back to win in three.
John McEnroe and Tim Henman in feisty exchange over Wimbledon’s Russia ban
Former world No 1 John McEnroe challenged…
Battling Emma Raducanu finds words to sum up her first French Open win
Emma Raducanu narrowly avoided a taste of her own medicine after coming from a set down.
Menacing Novak Djokovic sends out powerful warning at French Open
Djokovic beat Japan’s Nishioka 6-3 6-1 6-0 in a one-sided first night match of the tournament.
Rafael Nadal claims 299th Grand Slam match win at Roland Garros
Rafael Nadal dominated his French Open first round match against Jordan Thompson.
John McEnroe reveals how Iga Swiatek and Serena Williams are alike
Will Iga Swiatek become the sixth women to claim ten or more Grand Slams in the open era?
Naomi Osaka considers skipping pointless Wimbledon
The former world number one says she is ‘leaning more towards not playing’.
French Open: Iga Swiatek extends streak to 29, Naomi Osaka bows out
World No 1 Iga Swiatek is looking forward to some sightseeing after dispatching Lesia Tsurenko in short order.