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It was an extremely tense game, but Djokovic finally emerged as the winner of the Gentlemen’s finals.
the game, the majority of fans were betting on Federer to become the
first eight-time champion of the tournament, but Djokovic sped in to
take the first set. Just as Federer fans were starting to lose hope, the
star took the second tense set, before rain brought the match to a
all to play for in the final set, the game was a tense as ever. Even
the celebrities in the stands couldn’t hide their anticipation, with
plenty biting their nails as they watched. Finally Djokovic stormed
through as the winner in a seriously competitive game.
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Pipped Middleton watched the tense finals match with a group of friends, and was seen clapping and cheering throughout the game. She wore an unusual seahorse-print Tory Burch dress for the occasion - another daring choice after her monochrome two-piece days before.
Kate kept her look subtle for the final, but chose a pair of stand-out glasses.
Always the joker! Benedict is pictured photobombing Bjorn Borg's selfie with his wife. Now that's one picture we'd like to see!
Sporting fan Sir Alex Ferguson watched intently from the crowds at the Gentlemen's final.
Tennis fan Bradley showed up for today's finals in a stylish beige suit and sunglasses.
Novak's proud wife Jelena cheered him to victory from the stands.
Comedian Jimmy Carr is known for his love of tennis, so it was no surprise to see him in the stands for the final this year.
Who knows what's Hugh is thinking! The actor was looking animated in the crowd.
He's the apple of the public's eye at the moment, so it was only right for Benedict to make an appearance at Wimbledon. In a smart suit and stylish tie, he looks every inch the smart spectator.
Lisa Faulkner kept it casual in jeans and an oversized blazer. Weekend attire inspiration!
It's her second appearance at Wimbledon 2015, and Anna certainly knows how to make an impression! Her preppy style is perfect for the final.
Newlyweds Andy and Kim recovered from Andy's Friday victory by cheering on brother Jamie in the doubles final.
And she's done it - again! Serena williams completed her second 'Serena Slam' yesterday by winning her 6th Wimbledon title in a row. The US player beat Spain's Garbine Muguruza to claim her 21st Grand Slam title. The woman is a force to be reckoned with!
What a star-studded line-up! Rosamund, Michelle and Denise were all enthralled by the womens finals.
Rosamund wore her best tennis whites for the women's final yesterday! She stepped out in a stylish shirt dress and simple sunnies.
Olympic gold medallist Denise Tweeted her excitement during the final, writing 'I can't cope with this...#toointense #toothrilling'.
Andy Murray lets out a scream of frustration during the men's semi finals. He was knocked out of the tournament on Friday after losing 7-5 7-5 6-4 to Roger Federer. The French player has reached his 10th Wimbledon final.
Vogue Editor Anna Wintour visited centre court on Friday to watch the semi-finals match between Andy Murray and Roger Federer.
The Duke and Duchess looked very much the happy couple as they tooks their seats in Centre Court to support Andy Murray against Vasek Pospisil. Prince William and Kate shared a few private jokes but it wasn't just his wife he was amusing. When an announcement was made on Centre Court about the underground strikes, Prince William pretended to make a run for the underground station, getting lots of chuckles from around Centre Court.
Pippa made it a family affair by joining brother James at the match between Garbine Muguruza and Agnieszka Radwanska. Pippa chose a stunning Carolina Herrera two-piece for the occasion, worn with simple black sandals and a cream clutch.
David Beckham was joined by his mum Sandra, and the pair looked transfixed by the action on the court. He treated her to a seat in the Royal Box, just 24 hours after bringing son Romeo along to catch a glimpse of the game.
Andy Murray has reached the Wimbledon 2015 semi finals after he beat Vasek Pospisil in Centre Court. It was a very tense two hours and 13 minutes, interupted by two rain delays.
During a short break the Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed an animated chat with expert survivalist and television personality, Bear Grylls.
Carole Middleton arrived looking very elegant in a green summer dress for her second visit in a row.
Former world number one tennis player, Billie Jean was in London to watch the match.
Prince Albert of Monaco was also present at centre court.
It was another stiflingly hot summer's day in the Wimbledon courts. The hustle and bustle of spectators making their way to the next match came to a touching standstill at midday as they paid their respects with a minutes silence for those that died in the Tunisia tragedy.
Michael and Carole Middleton were looking sophisticated on day four, enjoying the game.
Camilla Duchess of Cornwall watches as All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club Chairman Philip Brook catches the sweatband of Andy Murray after he threw it into the crowd
Sir Bruce Forsyth was in attendance on day three with wife Wilnelia Merced watching Marin Cilic of Croatia in action against Ricardas Berankis of Lithuania.
As temperatures soared to the hottest on record for the tournament, Wimbledon's 'heat rule' was implemented, allowing female players a 10-minute break between the second and third sets of matches played.
There was a little drama on Centre Court as the building was evacuated following an incident involving a small fire in an electrical plant room. Luckily the incident occurred 60 minutes after play finished for the day and was attended by the London Fire Brigade who extinguished the fire.
It was a hot one on day two in SW19 as tennis' biggest stars battle to keep their focus in 30C temperatures during one of the warmest weeks ever at Wimbledon.
Tennis whites were the order of the day for Andy Murray's wife, Kim Sears. She paired a cool white dress with brown flat sandals to take her seat court side.
Tess and Vernon arrived early to enjoy the sunshine, sunglasses at the ready! We love those colour block contrast heels.
Despite the soaring temperatures, Roger Federer sailed through his first round match against Damir Dazhumr in straight sets.
TV presenter, Emma Willis donned a sweet denim pinafore dress for her day at the Championships. She was accompanied by her husband, McBusted's Matt.
England manager, Roy Hodgson swapped the football pitch for Centre Court as he watched Roger Federer play.
Another white dress, this time from Denise Van Outen. She held hands with boyfriend, Eddie Boxshall as they strolled through the crowds.
Big smiles from Heather Watson! She came back from three match points to defeat Caroline Garcia in the first round.
No upsets yet. Rafa Nadal is also through in straight sets - 6:4, 6:2, 6:4.
The strawberries and cream were ready and the rain roof was poised for the first day of Wimbledon 2015!
As Andy Murray arrived for training, those who had camped out in the hope of picking up a pair of tickets for the first day of play were patiently waiting in a queue of colourful tents.
Sir Jackie Stewart and Fiona Bruce took their seats on centre court to watch reigning champion, Novak Djokovic defend his title in the first round.
A sunny day out for actress turned chef, Lisa Faulkner. She treated her daughter to front row seats as they watched Novak Djokovic storm to victory against Phillip Kohlschreiber.
Temperatures reached 25C as the championship got under way. The first day highlights included Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova.
Serena Williams is back on form after a shock exit in the third round last year. She triumphed over Margarita Gasparyan in straight sets to sail through to the second round.
Djokovic's coach, Boris Becker looked a little hot and bothered on day one. The pair have been forced to deny claims that Becker coaches him while playing - strictly forbidden in tennis - when they exchange glances during the match.
'It's not necessary that he tells me where to serve or to which side of the opponent's court I have to play, because that doesn't happen', Djokovic said at a press conference yesterday. 'But it's more of a, you know, encouragement, and more of a support and reassurance, as I said, that's basically present in those moments.'