While BBC commentator had made an insensitive remark on the Wimbledon champion's looks only to apologise later, Dr. Walther Bartoli says he is hardly angry because he shares an unbelievable relationship with his daughter.
The grass courts, ivy-covered walls, roses, and purple and white hydrangeas. The wooden benches, picnic tables and canvas patio chairs. Live music every day, Pimm's, Champagne, strawberries and cream. It's like having a backyard party with 40,000 of your closest friends.
AFP Sports looks back at the major events of 1936 which put Murray's achievement into perspective:
Ristic and Sears wear their hearts on their sleeves and often appear to be suffering more than the players when the going gets tough on court.
Before Tuesday's quarterfinals began, one thing was certain: For the first time since the 2011 Australian Open, the women's semifinals at a major would be without at least one of the top three players: Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka or Maria Sharapova. Instead, No. 15 Bartoli will play No. 20 Flipkens, and No. 23 Lisicki will play No. 4 Agniesz...
World number one Novak Djokovic was 20 when he won his first major at the 2008 Australian Open while Roger Federer was 21 when he lifted his maiden Grand Slam trophy at Wimbledon in 2003.
Federer, Sharapova and Azarenka were three of seven players who have been ranked No. 1 that departed in a span of about 8
Darcis' career best singles ranking of 44 may not have posed a serious threat to Nadal but his ability to fight and shock veterans has been seen previously as well.
Djokovic will open his Wimbledon campaign on Monday against Germany's Florian Mayer who he beat in the quarter-finals last year. Despite not having played a competitive grasscourt warm-up event, Djokovic said he needed time to recover after his dramatic five-set, semi-final defeat to Rafael Nadal at the French Open earlier this month.
Ten years after Roger Federer made his Grand Slam breakthrough at Wimbledon, the 17-time major winner returns to the All England Club next week as defending champion, but with the clock ticking.
Andy Murray may be Britain's hero in the run-up to his historic clash against Roger Federer for the Wimbledon title. For the 25-year-old however, Barcelona's Lionel Messi is the epitome of sporting excellence and a 'real hero.'
Andy Murray was on Friday, attempting to become the first British man in 74 years to reach the Wimbledon final, an event so rare that Centre Court tickets were being sold for up to
Russian blonde Maria Kirilenko reached the Wimbledon quarter-finals for the first time on Monday and celebrated by showing off her personal bag carrier -- ice hockey superstar Alexander Ovechkin.
Chris Evert played in the Olympics only once, and she recalls taking the court at 9 a.m. and losing a third-round match to an obscure opponent in front of 50 spectators.
No jeans, flip flops and short skirts at this years' Wimbledon for members of the All England Club, as organisers issued a dress code for the first time amid concerns of slipping sartorial standards.
Just in case there were any doubts out there, Serena Williams wants to make perfectly clear that she's going to be around tennis awhile longer. So is older sister Venus.
Andy Murray insists he is relishing life in the Wimbledon spotlight as he prepares to launch his latest bid to end Britain's long wait for a male champion at the grass-court grand slam.
Rafael Nadal insists it would be "arrogant and crazy" to start thinking about following his record-breaking seventh French Open title with more glory at Wimbledon.