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Bradley Cooper, left, and Gerard Butler, right

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Those magical Centre Court tickets were rather easier for some to procure than for others. Being Scottish helped, naturally: there was Alex Salmond, Scotland’s First Minister. Multiple Olympic gold medalist Sir Chris Hoy had a seat, as did the star of ‘The 300’, actor Gerard Butler. The latter had somehow colour co-ordinated his grey jacket with a non-Scot on his right, Hollywood idol Bradley Cooper, which perhaps explains the pair’s smug, sunglassed selfie, captured for posterity on Twitter.

Great Britain's Andy Murray celebrates with the trophy after defeating Serbia's Novak Djokovic in the Men's Final during day thirteen of the Wimbledon Championships

Wimbledon Men's Final 2013: Majestic Andy Murray claims his Wimbledon crown

Murray wins straight-sets victory to become first home winner since Fred Perry in 1936

Andy Murray dives to make a return against Fernando Verdasco

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The British number one had to come back from two sets down

Novak Djokovic celebrates reaching the semi-finals

Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic continues serene progress with straight sets win over Tomas Berdych

The Serbian will play Juan Martin del Potro for a place in the final

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

Murray practises with his training partner Johan Brunstrom

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray calls in outsider from fishing village for left-field job against Fernando Verdasco

Scot recruits little-known journeyman to train for quarter-final with southpaw

Djokovic disposed of Haas with relative ease

Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic joins Andy Murray, David Ferrer and Del Potro in last eight - and prepare to battle for semi-finals

Amid the chaos and the carnage elsewhere, the top half of the men's draw is the only element that has shown some respect for the form-book. By the end of manic Monday, the four seeds due to reach the quarter-final had all done so.

Laura Robson’s run was ended in straight sets

Wimbledon 2013:Tearful Laura Robson admits pressure hurt her chances

Home-favourite beaten in straight-sets by Kaia Kanepi

Andy Murray celebrates his second round victory over Yen-Hsun Lu

Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray v Tommy Robredo preview

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Andy Murray wins in straight sets to reach third round

Wimbledon 2013: Roger Federer will never be as consistent again, says Andy Murray

British No 1 feels that last year's champion's consistency and domination will never be matched though he does expect the Swiss to bounce back

Roger Federer heads for the Wimbledon exit

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