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Men's final: Comeback complete for Novak Djokovic
Djokovic congratulated by son Stefan
2018 Wimbledon men's champion Novak Djokovic was greeted with a hug by his son Stefan after his win over Kevin Anderson.
Pete Bodo: Will Novak Djokovic be satisfied after completing his comeback with a Wimbledon victory? Don't bet on that. The now 13-time Grand Slam winner is poised to dominate the game yet again. Read
ICYMI: Yes, Novak Djokovic has been crowned Wimbledon champion for the fourth time, but it was his three-year-old son, Stefan, who stole people's hearts on Sunday. Read
Tom Hamilton: His final against Novak Djokovic proved a match too far for the South African, but he will head towards next month's U.S. Open with a career-high ranking and renewed belief in himself. Read
Watch: Novak Djokovic chatted with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, after securing his fourth Wimbledon title. Read
Women's final: Kerber stuns Serena in straight sets
Kerber: One of the best moments of my career
2018 Wimbledon women's champion Angelique Kerber was happy that she could win her first title at the All England Club against Serena Williams.
Alyssa Roenigk: Serena Williams was the talk of the town, and rightfully so. That was until Angelique Kerber hit her way to the Wimbledon championship. Read
Tom Hamilton: Meghan Markle and the royals were in the house, but the tennis kingdom was still Serena's. Read
The Undefeated: Make no mistake, Serena Williams is back ... and it seems like just a matter of time before she locks up her 24th major title. Read
Watch: Serena Williams on why her journey has just begun. Read
Men's semifinals: Marathon tennis, anyone?
Kevin Anderson and John Isner battled for just over 6½ hours on Friday the 13th before Anderson sealed a 7-6 (6), 6-7 (5), 6-7 (9), 6-4, 26-24 victory, pushing the other men's clash between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal into a second day.
Tom Hamilton: Records fell, people came and went, but by the end of 6½ exhausting hours of heavy metal tennis, we learned to love one of the most extraordinary duels in Wimbledon history. Read
Pete Bodo: There is simply no great purpose in an era of grueling tennis in allowing players to compete with no end in sight. Read
The players agree: Anderson, Isner say it's time to bring the five-set tiebreaker to Wimbledon. Read
Djoker-Rafa: Their semifinal clash was postponed due to a curfew with Djokovic up two sets to one. Read
ICYMI: Take a deep breath. Marathons, roofs, records, controversy. Wimbledon had it all Friday in a day we won't soon forget. Read
Men's quarters: The epic matches before the marathon
While Novak Djokovic and John Isner advanced to the semifinals with more ease, Wednesday's other two quarterfinal clashes (Kevin Anderson versus Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal versus Juan Martin del Potro) were five-set epics fans won't forget.
Bodo: Roger Federer was a point away from a tidy, straight-set victory over Kevin Anderson in the Wimbledon quarterfinals. Then everything came apart. Read
Hamilton: Despite an epic, five-set thriller to depose the defending champion, South Africa's Kevin Anderson is retaining a quiet focus to deliver two more Wimbledon victories. Read
Wilansky: It was all going swimmingly for Roger Federer, until it wasn't. The No. 1 seed could not hang on to a two-set lead in the Wimbledon quarterfinals, leading to one of the more memorable upsets in his career. Read
Hamilton: The mean face, the shouts, the antics ... oh, and his play have Novak Djokovic in his first Slam semifinal in two years. Read
The second week of the fortnight kicked off with Manic Monday, when all remaining players in both draws were in action.
ICYMI: Missed any of the 16 matches across men's and women's singles on Monday at Wimbledon? We've got you covered with key moments and stats from every match. Read
Maine: With No. 7 seed Karolina Pliskova now eliminated, there won't be a top-10 seeded player in the quarterfinals for the first time in Grand Slam history during the Open era. Why now? Read
First week of the fortnight
With warm weather and World Cup fever serving as a backdrop, many top seeds on the women's side of the draw have suffered early exits during the first week of Wimbledon.
Pete Bodo: The draw-busting first week at Wimbledon has produced plenty of surprises and shockers. It's also reopening the heated debate over seedings at the Grand Slams. Read
Roenigk: Winning Su-Wei style: Hsieh stuns Simona Halep in her own fashion. Read
Maine: The making of a meltdown: Madison Keys' focus slipped towards Serena. Read
Roenigk: Caroline Wozniacki's roller-coaster career takes another turn after surprising second-round loss. Read
More must-read stories
More highlights from the fortnight at the All England Lawn and Tennis Club:
Bodo: Shining in the dark: Federer-Nadal final of 2008 took tennis to new heights. Read
Hamilton: Roger & Serena: An afternoon with the GOATs on Centre Court. Read
Bodo: Why it's time all the Grand Slams adopt the 25-second shot clock Read
Hamilton: England's penalty triumph breaks Wimbledon's World Cup resistance. Read