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Summary

  1. Kenneth Raisma (Est) / Stefanos Tsitsipas (Gre) bt Felix Auger-Aliassime (Can) / Denis Shapovalov (Can) 4-6 6-4 6-2 to win boys' doubles title
  2. Denis Shapovalov (Can) bts Alex De Minaur (Aus) to win boys singles title 4-6 6-1 6-3
  3. Martina Navratilova (US) / Selima Sfar (Tun) win after Lindsay Davenport (US) / Mary Joe Fernandez (US) 7-6 (7-5) retire due to injury

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By Mike Henson and Caroline Chapman

All times stated are UK

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  1. Over and out from Centre Court

    They came, they served, they conquered.

    Until next time...

    Tennis
  2. Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win mixed doubles title

    Before we leave you, watch again as Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson clinched the mixed doubles title. What a day for Great Britain. 

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    Video caption: Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win mixed doubles title
  3. The moment Murray won Wimbledon again

    Here's the winning shot:

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    Video caption: Andy Murray wins Wimbledon 2016

    And here's an example of how Murray mastered Raonic's booming serve...

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    Video caption: Andy Murray wins point after fastest serve
  4. What a year for Murray

    He's become a father for the first time, won the Davis Cup for his country, been named Sports Personality of the Year and now he's won Wimbledon again.

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    Video caption: Wimbledon 2016: Andy Murray's magical year
  5. Post update

  6. Post update

    Heather Watson wins mixed doubles title

  7. Andy Murray news conference

    On coach Ivan Lendl: "He is a leader and that is important. I trust in what he says, mainly because of the results that I had under him playing more offensive tennis. I like that he is very honest with me and his team. I don't always like hearing it, but we work well.

    On the notes that he refers to at change of ends: "Some of them are the same the whole time. They say general things that I need to do to play my best tennis, and there are other tactical ones. Sometimes, say in the heat of a second-set tie-break, it is difficult to focus,"

    On his current form: "The last three months since Monte Carlo is the best I have played in terms of consistency. I have reached the final of the last five events. I don't think I have ever done that in my career before. Part of it is confidence with the team I have in my team around me."

  8. Watson and Kontinen win mixed doubles

    Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-6 Kontinen/Watson

    Sam Smith

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    Heather Watson played brilliantly throughout this event, and they gelled wonderfully. There's a lovely chemistry between them and this could be a real springboard for the both of them. What a way to end the championships.

    GB's Heather Watson celebrates with her mixed doubles partner Henri Kontinen
  9. Andy Murray news conference

    On the possibility of more Grand Slams: "I would love to have won more Grand Slams. I still feel that I have opportunities to win more ahead of me. I have played in Grand Slams against possibly the three greatest players of all time in Novak, Roger and Rafa. 

    "I have won some and lost some others against them. People have different times in their careers. For some it is early 20s, for some it is mid 20s, for others it is later. I hope my time is now."

  10. Post update

    Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-6 Kontinen/Watson

    Sam Smith

    Former British number one on BBC TV

    Heather and Henri: Never say never, you will go to the ball!

  11. Game, set and match Watson and Kontinen

    Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-6 Kontinen/Watson*

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    Video caption: Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win doubles title

    Did anyone order a FOURTH British winner today?

    Heather Watson, along with Finland's Henri Kontinen, win their first ever mixed doubles Grand Slam title!

    Kontinen smacks down with an overhead smash and the trophy is their's. 

    Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen celebrate
  12. Post update

    Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 4-5 Kontinen/Watson*

    Here we go, then.

    Britain's Heather Watson and Finland's Henri Kontinen are one game away from the mixed doubles title!

    Watch all the drama here.

    Here is the moment they made the break.

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    Video caption: Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson get key break
  13. Andy Murray news conference

    On the significance of a second Wimbledon win: "I don't know what it means in the grand scheme of things, but I am just proud to have won it twice because I know how hard it is to win this thing,"

    On his possible involvement in the Davis Cup tie against Serbia: "I'm going to speak to Leon Smith tomorrow. I feel OK physically now. Often after these sort of matches you feel that you could play another five matches, but when you wake up in the morning it can be different."

  14. Andy Murray news conference

    On his greater Grand Slam final experiences: "I didn't feel any different before the match but I think that in the tight moments in the tie-breaks knowing that I had been in these situations before and knowing what I felt like when I hadn't - like Milos - was a help."

  15. Kontinen and Watson win tie-break and first set

    Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 3-4 Kontinen/Watson

    Relive the moment Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson took the first set, they are now just one set away.  

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    Video caption: Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson win tie-break and first set
  16. Watson and Kontinen break

    Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 3-4 Watson/Kontinen*

    Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen are pushing their opponents hard for a break.

    After two trips to deuce, they earn a second break point.

    And a double fault hands it to them! The Brit and the Finn are on their way.

    GB's Heather Watson with mixed doubles partner Henri Kontinen from Finland
  17. Andy Murray news conference

    On his win over Milos Raonic: "I served well today, when I got into rallies I was hitting balls cleanly from the back of the court and moving the ball around well. I returned well as well to try and build some pressure and that paid off in the tie-breaks at the end of the sets."

    On what he learned from previous defeats: "I don't mind failing, failing is OK as long as you give your best and put your all into it. Failing is not terrible. I put myself into a position to win a lot of these and lost a fair few against some of the world's best but I have always learned lessons."

  18. Murray's mum was always confident

    Andy Murray wins second Wimbledon title

    Andy Murray's mum, Judy, has been speaking to the BBC following her son's second Wimbledon triumph:

    "He was so solid off the ground, he was really strong on serve and I just felt confident that he was going to get the job done," she said.

    "It's great, I could tell he was very emotional at the end and he was so happy to have, you could tell by the way he was holding the trophy  'you're not taking that away from me'."

    Judy Murray
  19. Post update

    Farah/Groenefeld 6-7 (5-7) 2-1 *Watson/Kontinen

    It's going with serve in the second set on Centre Court.

    Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen took the first set against Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenefled and are one away from the mixed doubles title.

    Watson and Kontinen
  20. 2016 is 'happier' than 2013 win - Murray

    Andy Murray wins second Wimbledon title

    Andy Murray: "It is different. I feel happier this time, more content, like this was more for myself and my team. Last time it was pure relief. I am going to make sure I enjoy this more than the others.

    "You get dragged in all directions. I want to spend this time with my family, closest friends and those I work with."