Djokovic beats del Potro in marathon
Andy Murray wins in straight sets in the first round of Wimbledon 2013, proving he can handle the pressure of British expectations.
Victoria Azarenka is in pain, but hit back to win through in straight sets.
Roger Federer has eased through in the first round of Wimbledon after his disappointment in Paris.
Lleyton Hewitt managed to surprise a few with his shock victory over Stanislav Wawrinka.
Ana Ivanovic has made it through to the second round of Wimbledon 2013.
Petra Kvitova celebrates in style after securing a first round victory at Wimbledon.
Kristina Mladenovic plays a forehard - but her Wimbledon adventure didn't last long against Maria Sharapova.
Garbine Muguruza delivers a big forehand against home favourite Anne Keothavong at Wimbledon.
In one of the biggest shocks of all time Rafael Nadal departed a Grand Slam in the first round for the first time.
Nadal was beaten by unheralded Belgian Steve Darcis - the biggest win of the journeyman's career.
Glamour girl Maria Sharapova made it through easily enough, keeping up her record of never losing in the first round at Wimbledon.
Caroline Wozniacki fared better than boyfriend Rory McIlroy has over the last few months with first-round victory at Wimbledon.
Germany's Carina Witthoeft serves during her first round loss to Kimiko Date-Krumm.
Sam Stosur took just over an hour to sweep aside Slovakian teenager Anna Schmiedlova.
Serena Williams got her Wimbledon title defence underway, winning in less than an hour.
Marina Erakovic hit 12 aces and 40 winners as she got past Japan's Ayumi Morita in the first round.
Novak Djokovic signs autographs for fans after his first round win over Germany's Florian Mayer.
An ill Bernard Tomic covers his face with a towel during a change of ends.
Local hope Laura Robson celebrates after defeating 10th-seed Maria Kirilenko.
Alison Riske appears to be among the crowd as she serves during her match on Court 10.
A soldier stands on Wimbledon's centre court during a break in play.
A ball boy lays out new balls at Wimbledon.
Maria Sharapova gets up after slipping on centre court during her second round loss to qualifier Michelle Larcher de Brito.
Lleyton Hewitt wipes sweat from his face during his loss to Dustin Brown.
Members of the Aussie Fanatics spectator group during Lleyton Hewitt's match.
A player walks behind the net during a break at Wimbledon.
Serena Williams avoided the string of upsets taking out top seeds at Wimbledon, beating Caroline Garcia 6-3 6-2 in the second round.
Maria Sharapova, bounced from Wimbledon on day three, watches boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov in action.
Commentator and former Wimbledon winner Virginia Wade speaks to the camera.
Grigor Dimitrov winces as he gets treatment during his match against Grega Zemlja.
Jesse Levine of Canada stretches to hit a volley against Juan Martin del Potro.
Bernard Tomic stumbles to the grass during his match against James Blake.
Juan Martin del Potro serves during his centre court match against Jesse Levine.
Klara Zakopalova of the Czech Republic hits a backhand shot against Annika Beck.
Marina Erakovic pumps her fists after upsetting 24th seed Peng Shuai in the second round at Wimbledon.
Grounds crew remove the covers after the centre court roof was closed during match between Agnieszka Radwanska and Mathilde Johansson..
Laura Robson plays a forehand shot during the conclusion of her match against Colombian qualifier Mariana Duque-Marino.
Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov slips into the splits on a slippery court against Grega Zmelja.
Jurgen Melzer tumbles head over heels during his match against Sergiy Stakhovsky.
Jerzy Janowicz gets down low to play a backhand volley.
Angelique Kerber gathers her thoughts beneath a towel during her loss to Kaia Kanepi.
A spectator in Union Jack clothing cheers on Laura Robson.
Andy Murray celebrates his win over Tommy Robredo.
Mikhail Youzhny salutes to his supporters after defeating Victor Troicki in the third round at Wimbledon.
Marina Erakovic missed a chance to serve for the match, then lost eight straight games to Laura Robson.
Laura Robson reaches to play a forehand against Marina Erakovic.
Kenny de Scheepers plays a shot on the run.
Wimbledon fans dressed in all in pink watch Bernard Tomic and Richard Gasquet.
Bernard Tomic drops to all fours after hitting a shot at the net.
Sabine Lisicki plays a forehand against Sam Stosur.
David Ferrer is all concentration as he hits a backhand against Alexandr Dolgopolov.
Hot favourite Serena Williams is the latest big name to go out of the 2013 Wimbledon championships.
Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland celebrates after defeating Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria in their women's singles match.
Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina hides his face in his shirt after losing a point during his men's singles tennis match against Andreas Seppi.
Sabine Lisicki of Germany celebrates after defeating Serena Williams of the U.S. in their women's singles match.
Andy Murray of Great Britain celebrates match point during the Gentlemen's Singles fourth round match against Mikhail Youzhny of Russia on day seven of Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic of Serbia in action during the Gentlemen's Singles fourth round match against Tommy Haas of Germany on day seven of Wimbledon.
Jerzy Janowicz of Poland celebrates match point during the Gentlemen's Singles fourth round match against Jurgen Melzer of Austria.
Chair umpire Kerrilyn Cramer watches on during the women's quarterfinal between Sabine Lisicki and Kaia Kanepi.
Estonian Kaia Kanepi plays a no-look backhand.
Sabine Lisicki reacts after a point during her quarterfinal victory over Kaia Kanepi.
Agnieszka Radwanska (right) and Li Na shake hands after their three-set Wimbledon quarterfinal.
Marion Bartoli is handed new racquets by a ball-boy during her match against Sloane Stephens.
Sloane Stephens powers into a forehand against Marion Bartoli.
Spectators huddle under umbrellas during a rain break at Wimbledon.
Wimbledon ground crew sprint out on the court to bring out the rain covers.
Belgian Kirsten Flipkens reacts after upsetting Petra Kvitova to reach the semifinals.
Novak Djokovic serves in the first set during his quarterfinal against Tomas Berdych.
Tomas Berdych squeezes a backhand volley over the net.
Juan Martin del Potro drops to the grass after finishing off David Ferrer.
David Ferrer could not take advantage of Juan Martin del Potro's injured knee.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Nemanja Vidic watch Andy Murray.
Jerzy Janowicz (right) swaps shirts with compatriot Lukasz Kubot after their all-Polish quarterfinal at Wimbledon.
Jerzy Janowicz plays a backhand shot during his quarterfinal against Lukasz Kubot.
Andy Murray's face shows the anguish as he fell two sets behind.
Andy Murray throws his wrist-band into the crowd after defeating Fernando Verdasco.
Andy Murray stretches full-length to reach a ball against Fernando Verdasco.
Spectators on 'Murray Mound' watch Andy Murray play Fernando Verdasco on the big screen.
Fernando Verdasco won the first two sets but could not hold off Andy Murray.
Novak Djokovic is handed his racquet by a ballboy after falling while diving to play a shot.
Novak Djokovic kicks the ball away on a Juan Martin del Potro service fault.
Juan Martin del Potro takes a seat with the crowd to catch his breath.
Juan Martin del Potro stretches for a forehand volley.
Novak Djokovic leaps in the air as he returns a Juan Martin del Potro serve.
Marion Bartoli with the Venus Rosewater Dish after winning the ladies singles final at Wimbledon.
Marion Bartoli poses with the Venus Rosewater Dish.
Marion Bartoli is at full-stretch to play a shot.
Sabine Lisicki shed more tears, this time after losing in the final.
Sabine Lisicki had no answers for Marion Bartoli.
Wimbledon ballgirls wait while a point is played.
Clear blue skies hang over Wimbledon for the ladies singles final.
The Bryan brothers do their trademark chest-bump after winning the Wimbledon title.
The Bryan brothers, Bob (left) and Mike, hold up the gentlemen's doubles trophies after winning their fourth straight grand slam.
Andy Murray lifts the Wimbledon trophy.
People in Andy Murray's hometown, Dunblane, celebrate his Wimbledon victory.
Andy Murray celebrates after winning the Wimbledon final against Novak Djokovic.
Andy Murray reacts after winning Wimbledon.
Novak Djokovic withstood a ferocious onslaught from Juan Martin Del Potro to subdue the Argentine 7-5 4-6 7-6(2) 6-7(6) 6-3 in a titanic Wimbledon semi-final today.
The top seed needed all his skill and fighting spirit to tame the eighth-seeded Del Potro who made light of his knee injury to keep the world number one on court for four hours 43 minutes, the longest semi-final ever seen at Wimbledon. "It was one of the best matches I've been a part of, one of the most exciting. It was so close," said a hugely relieved Djokovic. "I could not separate us, apart from when I was 2-1 up and a break up, and I dropped serve. That's why he's a grand slam champion. He came up with some top shots ... credit to him." Djokovic broke in the 12th game of the first set to win it 7-5 but former U.S. Open winner Del Potro took the Serbian's serve midway through the second set and levelled the match on a baking Centre Court. Del Potro saved three set points at 5-6 in the third but Djokovic stepped up his level to romp through the tiebreak 7-2. The top seed struck again with a break in the seventh game of the fourth set but Del Potro broke straight back and saved two match points in an incredible tiebreak before taking it 8-6. Djokovic broke again to lead 5-3 in the deciding set and he recovered from 0-30 down to seal victory with a searing backhand down the line. Djokovic will play second seed Andy Murray or Jerzy Janowicz, seeded 24th, in the final on Sunday when he will bid for his second Wimbledon title and seventh grand slam crown.
MARATHON MATCH: It took 4 hours and 43 minutes for Novak Djokovic to overcome Juan Martin del Potro to reach the Wimbledon final.