Sport Andy Murray pictured during his defeat to Roger Federer

Stanislas Wawrinka victory at the Australian Open signals chinks in strength of 'traditional' top four

Marion Bartoli shows she is equally adept with a rugby ball in practice yesterday

Wimbledon 2013: Sabine Lisicki on the defensive after bad blood threatens trademark smile

German insists shows of enjoyment will continue despite Radwanska giving her cold shoulder

Kyle Edmund

Wimbledon 2013: Kyle Edmund falls short of a tilt at the crown

Young pretender loses in semi-final, leaving Matthews still the last British boy kin

Juan Martin Del Potro

Wimbledon 2013: Juan Martin del Potro recovers from fall to crush David Ferrer in quarter-final match

Argentine will meet Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals

Andy Murray stretches to make a return during his win over Russia’s Mikhail Youzhny yesterday

Wimbledon 2013: 'I won't stop unless I can't hold a racket,' says Andy Murray

British No 1 determined to play through back problem after setting up quarter-final against Verdasco

The Sport Matrix: Monday 01 July 2013

Williams suffers shock defeat to world No 24 Lisicki

Serena Williams yesterday

Wimbledon 2013: Sabine Lisicki not finished yet after Queen of SW19 Serena Williams is defeated

German targets title in wake of surprise win over reigning champion Williams

Laura Robson could see a staggering boost in earnings off the court

Despite Wimbledon exit, Laura Robson's off-court earnings could hit £1m

Laura Robson’s winning run may have come to an end at this year’s Wimbledon, but the 19-year-old could see a staggering boost in earnings off the court to more than £1 million after a “vital” tournament.

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray in familiar position as last Briton left in singles competition after victory over Mikhail Youzhny

British number one preserves his record of not dropping a set this year at Wimbledon

Wimbledon 2013: Li Na overcomes pre-match jitters to reach quarter-finals for third time

Li Na overcame pre-match jitters to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals for a third time as she crushed Italian Roberta Vinci's hopes of a debut in the last eight.

Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic refuses to underestimate Tommy Haas as second week begins with a bang

Tommy Haas is playing some of the finest tennis of his life, but Novak Djokovic knows that will not be enough if he plays to his best.

Wimbledon 2013: Sullen Mikhail Youzhny and his fierce verbal volleys block Andy Murray's way

Andy Murray's next opponent is Russian rather than Serbian but there is something physically and temperamentally of Nemanja Vidic about Mikhail Mikhailovich Youzhny. Like the Manchester United defender, he may well be a terribly nice chap underneath, but the message that comes through is: do not be tempted to take liberties.

The sporting week ahead (30/06/13)

Today

The dream dies for Sergiy Stakhovsky yesterday

Wimbledon 2013: Sergiy Stakhovsky, the Roger Federer-slayer, loses his magic

Not even chocolate spread trick can save man who beat the champion Federer as he crashes out in next round

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray sails into the second week full of optimism after straight-sets victory over Tommy Robredo

Best display so far from the Scot beats Robredo in straight sets under the Centre Court roof and earns weekend off

Andy Murray of Great Britain celebrates beating Tommy Robredo of Spain

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray continues serene progress

Home-favourite win 6-2 6-4 7-5 as he cruises past Spaniard on Centre Court

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