23.34: This is the first time three Indians have won Wimbledon titles - Sania Mirza in women's doubles, Leander Paes in mixed doubles and Sumit Nagal in boys' doubles.
23.33: Leander Paes now has 16 Grand Slam titles to his name.
23.32: Done and Dusted in 40 minutes! Leander Paes and Martina Hingis have crushed Alexander Peya and Timea Babos to win the mixed doubles Wimbledon title!
23.29: Paes and Hingis serve and win again! They're up 5-1 in the second set.
23.26: Surprise, surprise! Alexander Peya and Timea Babos have held their serve! Paes and Hingis are 4-1 up in the 2nd set.
23.23: Yes, Paes and Hingis have won again. It's 4-0.
23.20: Paes and Hingis are breaking serves for fun now! They're up 3-0 and 3 more away from a comprehensive win in the final of a Wimbledon!
23.17: Easy-peasy on service for the seventh seeds. Paes and Hingis go up 2-0.
23.15: Paes and Hingis have a late flight to catch? They've quickly broken their opponents in the first game of the second set.
23.10: Leander Paes and Martina Hingis are in a hurry here. They take the first set 6-1.
23.06: Paes and Hingis are all over their opponents. They're up 5-1 and serve for the set.
23.04: The Indo-Swiss pair are top-notch on service. They're up 4-1 in the first set.
23.04: First break of the match! Leander Paes and Martina Hingis break early, lead 3-1 in 1st set.
22.54: Alexander Peya and Timea Babos hold their nerves to hold their serve. It's 1-1 in 1st set.
22.51: Leander Paes and Martina Hingis are off to a winning start. They cruise to a win to lead 1-0 in 1st set.
Leander Paes and Martina Hingis take on Austrian-Hungarian fifth seeds Alexander Peya and Timea Babos for the championship. Catch all the live scores and updates here:
Paes Gunning for 16th Grand Slam
Indian tennis ace Leander Paes is all set to play the Wimbledon mixed doubles final on Sunday with Swiss veteran Martina Hingis. The 42-year-old is gunning for his 16th Major trophy. (Read More)
Sania-Martina Make Stunning Comeback to Win Women's Doubles
Martina Hingis has waited 17 years - half her life - to add to her three Wimbledon titles. The wait is over after a topsy-turvy, tooth-and-nail women's doubles final in which the 34-year-old Swiss and her partner, India's Sania Mirza, defeated the formidable Russian pairing of Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina. (Read More)