'Does it feel strong to be up there?' Kyrgios continues feud with chair umpires at Wimbledon

Michael Chammas 1:03 AM   Nick Kyrgios has continued his Wimbledon feud with the chair umpires after an attempt to belittle an official during his second round win on Wednesday.

Tomic sets up Wimbledon date with Djokovic

Big clash looming: Bernard Tomic hits a forehand in his victory over Pierre-Hugues Herbert.

Michael Chammas 10:55 PM   Bernard Tomic has set up a likely date with world No.1 Novak Djokovic.

Stosur equals best result at Wimbledon by booking place in third round

Samantha Stosur

Michael Chammas 10:36 PM   The decision to head back to her Florida home after the French Open to refresh seems to have paid dividends for Sam Stosur, who has reached the third round at Wimbledon for just the third time in her career.

Like it or not Nick, you will be judged by your behaviour on court

Peter FitzSimons dinkus

Peter FitzSimons 7:34 PM   Nick Kyrgios needs to change his ways on the tennis court.

I wish Sam would make me breakfast: Housemates Duckworth and Groth prepare for Wimbledon showdown

James Duckworth

Michael Chammas 6:51 PM   They will wake up in the same house in Wimbledon, but when the two Australians step out on court their friendship will be put aside for a shot at Roger Federer.

Kyrgios still learning fine line between passion and respect

Nick Kyrgios of Australia talks to the umpire during his match against Diego Schwartzman of Argentina
 at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, June 29, 2015.   REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Jon Tuxworth 6:29 PM   Nick Kyrgios' mother believes her son would be "upset a lot" by stinging criticism of his on-court antics, but asked for patience as he learns the fine line between passion and respect as he grows up in the public eye.

Hey England, you call that a heatwave?

Hot, hot, hot: The temperature on Rod Laver Arena in 2007, during the first round.

Jessica Wright 5:15 PM   As Wimbledon gets into full swing at the All England Club, the Brits have been confronted with a bit of, er, weather.

Black bra causes trouble for Bouchard

Causing a stir: Eugenie Bouchard.

Owen Roberts 2:25 PM   Wimbledon has been rocked by a scandal so disgraceful, so shocking, that it would almost certainly place most staunch Wimbledon fanatics into a raving furore.

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The steep decline of Eugenie Bouchard

"I just haven't practised that much. So I felt my timing was very off. It is unfortunate that it happened at my favourite tournament": Eugenie Bouchard.

2:25 PM   At Wimbledon last year, Eugenie Bouchard was the fragrant future of women's tennis. A finalist at just 20, with whippy ground strokes, tenacity and a stark beauty straight out of a book of optimistically illustrated fairy tales, she had both tennis fans and sponsors fawning to polish the dazzling slippers on her feet. Twelve months later, and all the fragrance and the fans counted for a knockabout nothing.

'It's scary, very scary': Women's tennis stars living in fear

The moment tennis changed forever: Monica Seles reacts after being stabbed in the back by a Steffi Graf fan in 1993.

8:04 AM   After seeing a rumour that world No.3 Simona Halep was planning to get married, her social media stalker changed his tone. He became threatening and demeaning, telling her that she would die or never walk again.

Bouchard and Halep stumble at first hurdle

Down, and out: Eugenie Bouchard.

7:41 AM   A year ago, Eugenie Bouchard attained the pinnacle of her career by reaching the Wimbledon women's singles final, where she fell to Petra Kvitova in a one-sided match.

Poms panic ahead of Wimbledon's hottest day in 138-year history

Wimbledon heatwave

Michael Chammas 7:39 AM   The Poms have gone into meltdown with the mercury set to soar towards 35 degrees at Wimbledon on Wednesday, forcing tournament organisers to implement several precautionary measures to ensure the safety of players and spectators.

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Misfiring Murray does enough to advance

Andy Murray at Wimbledon

Toby Davis 7:32 AM   As Andy Murray rightly pointed out the record book will show a straight-sets victory over a potentially testing opponent, but for 20 minutes of his Wimbledon win against Kazakh Mikhail Kukushkin the wheels came off.

Ajla Tomljanovic denies Nick Kyrgios love match

Just good friends: Ajla Tomjlanovic, pictured here at this year's Australian Open, has denied being romantically involved with Nick Kyrgios.

Michael Chammas 5:35 AM   Nick Kyrgios has added fuel to speculation he and fellow Australian Ajla Tomljanovic are the nation's new love match, staying back after practice to watch the world No.81 on Tuesday.

Tunisian tennis player opens about the terrorist attack

Tunisian tennis player Malek Jaziri: "I hope the people understand what's happening and the tourists come back."

Michael Chammas 4:28 AM   When Malek Jaziri came off court last week another player expressed his sympathy. He had no idea what had happened.

Duckworth, Groth set up second-round clash

James Duckworth in action against Malek Jaziri of Tunisia.

Michael Chammas 4:20 AM   Wimbledon housemates James Duckworth and Sam Groth have set up an all-Australian second-round clash at Wimbledon, eyeing off a likely third round showdown with Roger Federer.

Kyrgios escapes sanction over outburst

Nick Kyrgios.

Michael Chammas   Nick Kyrgios has escasped punishment for his on-court antics duing his first-round victory at Wimbledon on Monday.

Dellacqua joins Stosur in second round at Wimbledon

Casey Dellacqua plays a forehand during her first-round match against Tamira Paszek of Austria on Tuesday.

Michael Chammas   Casey Dellacqua has joined Sam Stosur in the second round of Wimbledon after breezing past Austrian Tamira Paszek in straight sets.

Kyrgios walks in Hewitt's scuff marks

Nick Kyrgios.

Greg Baum   He's an Australian tennis player, barely out of his teens, but rising fast and already famous, and certain of his own central importance.

Once snubbed, now admired: Tomic says Hewitt a true mentor

Lleyton Hewitt

Michael Chammas   Six years ago not many would have imagined Bernard Tomic and Lleyton Hewitt would be such close allies after the infamous 2009 Wimbledon practice snubbing that sent shockwaves through Australian tennis.

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