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Eugenie Bouchard receives support on Centre Court

Wimbledon 2014: Is this Eugenie Bouchard's year?

Canadian beat Serena Williams' conquerer Alize Cornet today

Eugenie Bouchard of Canada celebrates after winning her Ladies' Singles fourth round match against Alize Cornet

Wimbledon 2014: 'Princess' Eugenie Bouchard has eyes on seizing the throne after beating Serena Williams conquerer Alize Cornet

The Canadian remains on course for her third successive grand slam semi-final

Caroline Wozniacki plays a return during her defeat by Barbora Zahlavova Strycova
Kazakhstan's Yaroslava Shvedova (L) and US player Madison Keys (R) switch sides during their women's singles third round match on day six of 2014 Wimbledon

Wimbledon 2014: Madison Keys ruled out through injury abductor injury before she has a chance to step out on court

Keys' match against Yaroslava Shvedoverwas suspended on Saturday night but Keys was unfit to continue on Monday morning

Luis Suarez returns home to Uruguay
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Wimbledon 2014: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the mood to take on top seed Novak Djokovic

The gift of a towel to a spectator was a nice touch by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga after smashing the ball into her torso. The next prize he must claim for himself, and that is the scalp of No 1 seed Novak Djokovic.

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Wimbledon 2014: Novak Djokovic survives scare after Boris Becker roll backfires

The Serb beat Gilles Simon in straight sets despite an injury scare after taking a tumble

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Wimbledon 2014: Jonathan Marray gets back in the money on his return

The doubles champion of two years ago is through to the second round

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Wimbledon 2014: Rafael Nadal ensures lightning doesn't striker twice against Lukas Rosol, but only after early scare

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Wimbledon 2014: Ernests Gulbis goes bust as Sergiy Stakhovsky keeps his cool for a clean sweep

Looking on the bright side, the most Ernests Gulbis might blow in the casino is £43k, the absurd amount of compensation doled out to those departing this precinct at the second hurdle. And that's if he gambles the lot.

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