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.
‘I feel comfortable on clay, I always have,’ says Simona Halep as she targets Roland Garros repeat
Romanian happy to be back.
Novak Djokovic confirms he has spoken to ATP as he pushes ahead with Players Association plans
Serb says PTPA is misunderstood.
‘It was a great match – I am thrilled,’ says Jannik Sinner after youngster downs Stefanos Tsitsipas
Youngster making inroads.
Fed Cup rebranded as the Billie Jean King Cup to recognise legend’s trailblazing role in tennis
The historic competition has a new name.
Novak Djokovic wins first match since US Open disqualification; Rafael Nadal back with a bang
Rafael Nadal also back with a win.
Jo-Wilfred Tsonga withdraws from French Open and ends his 2020 season as injury nightmare persists
Frenchman goes back to drawing board.
Coco Gauff reveals she ‘feels quite comfortable on clay’ after recording her first ever red dirt win
Gauff up and running in Rome.