All the best bits from BBC Radio 5 live's coverage of Wimbledon 2014.
Tennis greats and 5 live commentators picked their dream Wimbledon final pairing.
Novak Djokovic clinches his second Wimbledon men's singles title.
Judy Murray praises the new Wimbledon champion, Petra Kvitova.
Rod Laver reveals he got "a £15 voucher and a firm handshake" for winning in the 1960s.
They discuss whether the latter matches of women's Grand Slam events should be five sets.
Judy Murray not aware of distractions son Andy suffered before Wimbledon quarters loss.
Former Chelsea & Everton winger Pat Nevin attempts the Copa-uppy challenge in Salvador.
Pat Cash says he understand the pressure Andy Murray was under as returning champion.
Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov looks to build on his victory over Andy Murray at Wimbledon.
The moment Andy Murray loses his Wimbledon title defence to Grigor Dimitrov.
5 live's Jonathan Overend attempts the Copa-uppy challenge on Copacabana beach in Rio.
Nick Kyrgios' childhood coach didn't think he would be the next big thing in tennis.
The second massive shock in the women's draw at Wimbledon.
The best of your submissions to the 5 live and BBC Sport Copa-uppy challenge.
Rafa Nadal, Tim Henman and Amy Willerton attempt keepie-uppies with a tennis ball.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray attempts the Copa Uppy challenge
How many keepie uppies can our presenters and friends achieve with a tennis ball?
BBC sport pundit and Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer tries the Copa-uppy challenge.
BBC tennis correspondent Russell Fuller attempts the Copa-uppy challenge.
QI-star, actor and comedian Alan Davis attempts the Copa-uppy challenge.
Former Colombia football captain Carlos Valderrama attempts the Copa-uppy challenge.
John McEnroe says he is open to the idea of becoming a tennis coach in the future.
5 live Wimbledon presenter Clare Balding tries her luck at the Copa-uppy challenge.
2013 Wimbledon champion Andy Murray shares his thoughts on Luis Suarez biting incident.
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