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Novak Djokovic is set to miss the US Open after one of his doctors indicated he will need six to 12 weeks to recover from an elbow injury.
Australian Peter Doohan, who famously beat Boris Becker at Wimbledon in 1987, has died aged 56.
Romania Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase has been handed a three-year ban from the competition following his behaviour during the match against Great Britain in Constanta in February.
Tennis star Johanna Konta has insisted she is a British athlete after her nationality was questioned by BBC presenter John Humphrys.
Roger Federer admits he woke up with a sore head after celebrating a record eighth Wimbledon triumph until 5am on Monday morning.
Jamie Murray made Martina Hingis sweat over her request to play together in the Wimbledon mixed doubles but their partnership paid off as they beat Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen to win the title on Sunday.
Roger Federer is having to reassess what might be possible after making yet more tennis history with an eighth Wimbledon title.
Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza says while she is winning grand slams she has no interest in her ranking - unless she becomes world number one.
Great Britain's Gordon Reid set a target of taking wheelchair tennis on to Centre Court after he and Alfie Hewett landed their second Wimbledon title together.
Roger Federer's eighth Wimbledon title may appear to be destiny but the man himself knows Marin Cilic is perfectly capable of spoiling the party.
Garbine Muguruza knows the highs and the lows of life at the tennis summit but is delighted to be back on top after claiming her first Wimbledon title.
The Wimbledon women's singles final will be played under the closed Centre Court roof for the first time after early-afternoon rain at the All England Club.
Heather Watson is ready to give her Wimbledon campaign one last big push when she faces fellow Briton Jamie Murray over the net in Sunday's mixed doubles final.
Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett are back in the hunt for another Wimbledon title after Britain's star wheelchair tennis double act reached the final.
Wimbledon is guaranteed a British champion after Heather Watson and Jamie Murray reached the mixed doubles final - and they will face each other across the net on Sunday.
Roger Federer has his sights set on making more history at Wimbledon and he could not be happier.
Marin Cilic says winning Wimbledon would be a dream come true after he booked a final showdown with Roger Federer.
Serena Williams says female players "love Andy Murray" for his efforts to ensure women's tennis is treated on equal terms with the men's game.
Johanna Konta believes she and Andy Murray can form a dream team to inspire a new generation of British tennis stars.
Great Britain has two representatives in the mixed doubles semi-finals at Wimbledon after Jamie Murray and Heather Watson both won through with their respective partners.
Johanna Konta admits her first thought after losing her Wimbledon semi-final to Venus Williams was: "Damn, I'm done."
Garbine Muguruza is determined to see her name inscribed alongside the greats of Wimbledon after securing a showdown with Venus Williams in Saturday's final.
Gordon Reid surrendered his Wimbledon wheelchair singles title with defeat on Thursday to the man he beat in last year's final.
Andy Murray objected to what he saw as casual sexism on the part of a reporter at Wimbledon and it seems the Scot has learned from the error of his own ways.
Jamie Murray found it sad to watch brother Andy struggling with injury in his Wimbledon quarter-final loss to Sam Querrey.
Tim Henman and Virginia Wade have both urged Andy Murray to take a break following his shock Wimbledon exit.
Roger Federer has declared himself fit and raring to go after he did what Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic could not by cruising through to the Wimbledon semi-finals.
Andy Murray said he did the best he could after his Wimbledon title defence was brought to an end in the quarter-finals by Sam Querrey and his dodgy hip.
Novak Djokovic will consider taking a long break from tennis after retiring injured from his Wimbledon quarter-final against Tomas Berdych.
Johanna Konta has not looked like a player shouldering the burden of expectation but when she walks out to face Venus Williams at Wimbledon on Thursday she will be stepping into the unknown.
Andy Murray's painful hip finally caught up with him as the defence of his Wimbledon title came to an end with a quarter-final defeat by Sam Querrey.
Johanna Konta walked off Centre Court with goosebumps but Britain's first women's singles semi-finalist at Wimbledon for 39 years insists she is not done yet.