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Follow live: Venus, Murray lead Day 4 at Wimbledon

Venus Williams returns to action today in her second-round match versus Maria Sakkari, while Andy Murray and French Open champ Garbine Muguruza take the court later (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).

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Wimbledon Diary: Silence falls on SW19

With Maria Sharapova and Rafa Nadal at home, this might just be the quietest Wimbledon in years. But, legendary coach Nick Bollettieri tells Mark Hodgkinson, don't try and stifle the grunters.

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Quiz: Has she beaten Serena at Wimbledon?

She's the defending and six-time champion. She's making her 17th appearance at the All England Club and she can count her losses on two hands. Can you ID the players who have topped Serena?

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Novak Djokovic living his own version of Groundhog Day

Novak Djokovic is playing at a different level. That much we all know. But what really separates him from the rest of the field is his ability to mentally filter out the past from the present.

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3dMark Hodgkinson

Wimbledon Diary: Boris the Brit after Brexit?

Wimbledon 2016 is upon us. Two weeks of tantalizing tennis, strawberries and (probably) the occasional rain delay. Mark Hodgkinson kicks off Day 1 with his diary from SW19.

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Tennis' top 20 of all time

Who's the greatest tennis player of all time? It's a question that elicits heated debate and controversy. A panel of experts voted and came up with our top 20. Did we get it right?


Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

John Isner, a straight-sets winner Thursday, on what it's like to wait out extended rain delays: "Just the long days in the locker room the last two days were just brutal. You can only play so much putt-putt in the locker room with your friends and whatnot."

Peter Bodo Tennis 

A venerable Wimbledon tradition, the candy booth. You can still bag your own assortment from that bottom row, as this lady is doing. But the pre-packaged, plasticized, sanitized, gummified everythings seem to be taking over. Way of the world.

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Nick Kyrgios is in the house.

Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Just like in 2010, it took John Isner three days to complete his first-round match at Wimbledon. The only difference, of course, is that back then he was playing a record-setting marathon encounter against Nicolas Mahut. Today, after two days of rain, Isner finally beat Marcos Baghdatis in a match that required 148 fewer games and 528 fewer minutes than it took him six years ago.

Watch: Day 4 at Wimbledon

Rain has marred much of the opening days of the tournament, but the sun is currently out at the All England Club and the tennis is underway. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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