Australian Nick Kyrgios’s antics have attracted more attention than his tennis at Wimbledon

Wimbledon 2015: Davis Cup drama adds to Nick Kyrgios colour ahead of Gasquet contest

Some love him. Others hate him. Nobody is ignoring him, and few with an opinion on Kyrgios occupy the middle ground

Gilles Simon is still going strong in the competition despite lacking the power of some of his playing rivals

Wimbledon 2015: What have we learnt from week one at SW19? Big serves, small-ish players, old-timers

The surprising figure on the women’s list is Petra Kvitova’s tally of 17 aces

Wimbledon 2015: SW19 can give Andy Murray the edge over Novak Djokovic, says John McEnroe

Ivo Karlovic has lost all five of his previous meetings with Murray, including a second-round encounter here three years ago

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Nick Kyrgios praises fans smearing Vegemite and Nutella on their faces in support of Wimbledon star

The Australian tennis player is through to the fourth round at Wimbledon

Andy Murray shakes hands after defeating Andreas Seppi of Italy in the third round of Wimbledon, Saturday 4 July, 2015

Andy Murray’s Wimbledon Q&A about hamsters and on-court toilet mishaps is brilliantly honest

'He said it and then laughed, so I laughed as well'

Novak Djokovic has been attending the Buddhapadipa Temple for quiet contemplation for several years

Wimbledon 2015: Novak Djokovic and the Buddhist temple minutes from Centre Court that helps him maintain his winning ways

The Buddhapadipa Temple is regular refuge for the world No 1

Heather Watson has played Venus Williams but this will be her first meeting with Serena (Reuters)

Wimbledon 2015: 'Heather Watson has got to hold her head high,' says nine-times champion Martina Navratiolva

Martina Navratilova, the legendary nine-time champion, tells Sue Mott that an unfancied British woman has helped to prove her contention that Serena Williams is not invincible

Andy Murray overcomes shoulder injury to beat Andreas Seppi and move into the fourth round at Wimbledon

Home favourite causes some anxiety as he receives treatment on court but shrugs off problem to beat Seppi and ultimately ease into the fourth round

Serena Williams celebrates her triumph over Heather Watson

Wimbledon 2015: James Ward loses five-set thriller to Vasek Pospisil

Pospisil won 6-4 3-6 2-6 6-3 8-6

Wimbledon 2015: SW19 darling Dustin Brown goes the way of all Rafa Nadal’s conquerors

Brown lost to Viktor Troicki 6-4 7-6 4-6 6-3

Wimbledon 2015: Sam Groth thunderbolts fail to ruffle imperious Roger Federer

The seven-time champion, relishing his extra practice time on grass, sees off the big-serving Australian and is yet to drop a serve as he eases into the fourth round

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