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  1. Women's doubles final: Barbora Krejcikova (Cze)/Katerina Siniakova (Cze) bt Nicole Melichar (US)/Kveta Peschke (Cze) 6-4 4-6 6-0
  2. Women's singles final: Angelique Kerber bts Serena Williams 6-3 6-3
  3. Men's singles semi-final: Novak Djokovic bts Rafael Nadal 6-4 3-6 7-6 (11-9) 3-6 10-8
  4. Men's over-35 doubles final : Tommy Haas (Ger)/Mark Philippoussis (Aus) bt Thomas Enqvist (Swe)/Thomas Johansson (Swe)
  5. Girls' singles final: Iga Swiatek (Pol) bts Leonie Kung (Swi)
  6. Men's over-45 doubles final: Henri Leconte (Fra)/Cedric Pioline (Fra) bt Patrick McEnroe (US)/Jeff Tarango (US)

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  1. Friday night fun...

    So Novak Djokovic leads 6-4 3-6 7-6 (11-9), but how did it get to this point?

    Djokovic set himself up to take the first set with strong service games, facing no break points, and broke in the seventh game before sealing it with a forehand winner.


    But the Serb could not keep the momentum going in the second, dropping serve in the fourth game before breaking back with a beautifully angled forehand.

    But the struggle to hold serve continued into the next with Nadal immediately regaining his break advantage with a wonderful forehand winner.

    Djokovic had two break points when Nadal was serving for the set, before gifting it to the Spaniard with a backhand error.


    Games went with serve in the third set with Nadal failing to convert three set points in the tie-break, allowing Djokovic to take the set when his opponent netted a backhand.

  2. Watch: Hewett and Reid win wheelchair doubles final

    Video content

    Video caption: Hewett and Reid match point
  3. 'One of the best matches we've played'

    Reid/Hewitt 6-1 6-4 Gerard/Olsson

    Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewitt after winning the men's wheelchair doubles title at Wimbledon:

    Hewitt: "It was an incredible match, one of the best doubles matches I‘ve played. Thanks to everyone for the support it really helped us get over the line.

    "They are definitely a few tight shoulders out here so I will be stopping by the hospital to pick up some new ones."

    Reid: "This is an exciting time for the sport, and it is great when we get the opportunity to showcase wheelchair tennis and inspire kids who are disabled or not active to pick up a sport even if it is not tennis."

  4. Post update


    Right then, just the small matter of the men's semi-final between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic to finish...

    It will be played under the roof on Centre Court, just as we left it last night!

  5. Ladies day out in the Royal Box

    Anna Thompson

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    The Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex aka Kate and Meghan have left their spouses at home to enjoy ladies' final day at Wimbledon.

    But they have an added bonus with the resumption of the Nadal v Djokovic semi-final to whet their tennis appetite first.

    Also in the Royal Box today are champions of the past including Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova, Virginia Wade and Conchita Martinez.

    Acting royalty includes Harry Potter star Emma Watson, Line of Duty's Thandie Newton, James Norton of McMafia fame and Shakespearean actor Sir Mark Rylance.

    Greys Anatomy creator and producer Shonda Rhimes is also here to cheer on her good friend Serena Williams.

  6. 'Reid & Hewett can break records'

    Reid/Hewett 6-1 6-4 Gerard/Olsson

    Peter Norfolk

    Seven-time Grand Slam winner at Wimbledon

    What a fantastic feeling, to be three times doubles champions at Wimbledon.

    It is incredible how young Hewitt and Reid are, and the career they have ahead of them. They may try to break records like McEnroe & Borg.

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    Video caption: Hewett and Reid match point
  7. Hewett and Reid retain title

    There was a big crowd on court three to witness the Hewett-Reid double act retain their wheelchair doubles title.

    Three in a row...

    Their fans channel their inner-Petre Andre to chant: "Oh woah woah, Alfie and Gordon, I want to get close to you..."

    Hewett and Reid
  8. Royals here to watch the queen

    Saj Chowdhury

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon


    Now then. Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle of The Royal Family fame have arrived. Unsurprisingly, I wasn't part of the greeting party.

    Markle, 36, is a friend of tennis' queen Serena Williams, who is going for her EIGHTH Wimbledon title. Germany's Angelique Kerber stands in her way - just like in 2016.

    Williams came over to attend Markle's wedding, so I guess the least the Duchess could do...

    Meghan Markle
    Image caption: A crowd gathered to watch as the Duchess of Sussex walked across the bridge to Centre Court
  9. Hewett & Reid win wheelchair doubles

    Sonia Oxley

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Over on court three, Britain's Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett have won a third successive Wimbledon wheelchair doubles title by beating Belgium's Joachim Gerard and Swede Stefan Olsson.

    They won 6-1 6-4 after a brief wobble in the second set and are getting a rapturous reception from the crowd.

  10. Williams taking 'baby steps'

    Williams v Kerber


    The women's game should take note: 23-time Grand Slam champion Williams believes she is still finding her way back to her best.

    "I was expecting a few more baby steps myself," said the 36-year-old. "But I still feel like I'm in that baby step place.

    "I've said it all week, this is only my fourth tournament back. Every time I go out there, I want to take a giant step forward, keep taking giant steps, but keep improving.

    "I don't know what I expected from this tournament. I just expected to win a match, then win the next match.

    "Whenever I go out there, I just try to win my match. That's literally all I do."

  11. Serena causes mayhem

    Williams v Kerber

    Becky Grey

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    When you come across a huge crowd at Wimbledon, you know a big name is on their way through. Sure enough, as the horde grew, whispers of, ‘It’s Serena, Serena’s coming through this way’ got louder and louder.

    Two lines formed leaving a walkway for the seven-time Wimbledon champion but she and her security ducked right and took the direct line to Centre Court. Some fans were left disappointed but others rushed to get their phones out as they found themselves unexpectedly close to her. It was all very frantic.

    Serena Williams
    Image caption: Serena Williams walks from her practice court to Centre
    Serena Williams
    Image caption: A huge crowd gathered to try and get a glimpse of Williams
  12. Hewett & Reid lead in final

    Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid are currently in action in the men's wheelchair doubles final.

    The British pair won the first set in their tussle with Joachim Gerard and Stefan Olsson.

    You can watch it here.

  13. Serene Serena

    Williams v Kerber


    But while Nadal and Djokovic continue to battle it out for a place in the final, Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber have already earned theirs.

    For Williams, it comes just 10 months after giving birth to daughter Alexis Olympia, when she suffered life-threatening complications, and in only her fourth tournament since returning to the court.

    It will be a rematch of the 2016 showpiece against Kerber that Williams won in straight sets.

    Williams has made smooth progress since her return to Wimbledon, dropping just one set in her first six matches.

    And she is now just one win away from matching Margaret Court's record of 24 Grand Slam titles, while chasing an eighth success at SW19.

  14. Back again...


    The first men's semi-final started at 13:00 BST yesterday - 24 hours later and the second will resume with three-time champion Novak Djokovic leading world number one Rafael Nadal by two sets to one.

    They did not start their match until after 20:00 BST as they had to wait for Kevin Anderson's epic semi-final against John Isner to finish.

    The Anderson-Isner slogathon lasted an incredible six hours and 35 minutes, with the South African eventually winning 26-24 in the final set.

  15. Two-and-a-half for the price of two

    Saj Chowdhury

    BBC Sport at Wimbledon

    Yes, £170 is ordinarily not cheap, but look at the Centre Court line-up today!

  16. The golden ticket?


    Tickets for the Wimbledon women's final between one of the all time greats in Serena Williams and former world number one Angelique Kerber? What a find.

    Throwing in Rafael Nadal versus Novak Djokovic as an appetiser? Well...