• Rain delayed the start of play on day five of Wimbledon
  • This is the sort of set-up that was required in the famous queue
  • Cricketers were to the fore in the Royal Box - Andrew Strauss, Geoff Boycott, Alastair Cook  and Andy Flower in attendance
  • They were there to watch British star Laura Robson
  • The Centre Court roof was firmly closed
  • Robson was up against Colombian Mariana Duque-Marino
  • Robson had a few wobbles in the first set but got better and better to post a 6-4 6-1 win
  • The covers soon came off the outside courts
  • Grega Zemlja (r) quickly completed an upset win over 29th seed Grigor Dimitrov
  • Out on Court One, David Ferrer was made to fight for his second-round win
  • Seventh seed Angelique Kerber crashed out to Kaia Kanepi
  • The big-serving Jerzy Janowicz impressed with a straight-sets win over Nicolas Almagro
  • Tommy Haas continued his progress through the draw
  • Just two days after beating Roger Federer, Sergiy Stakhovsky went out, losing to Jugen Melzer
  • More rain meant Andy Murray's match also had to be played under the Centre Court roof
  • Murray's girlfriend Kim Sears watches on
  • Murray took the first set 6-2...
  • ...against Spain's Tommy Robredo
  • Murray's mum Judy was also in the crowd, accompanied by BBC 5Live's George Riley
  • Murray maintained control in the second set which he won 6-4
  • And although things were closer in the third, he was soon celebrating a 6-2 6-4 7-5 victory
  • Marion Bartoli was an evening winner when play restarted
  • Lleyton Hewitt's conqueror Dustin Brown bowed out though
  • Former champion Petra Kvitova was a break down in the final set of her match when play was suspended due to fading light

Wimbledon - Day Five

Rain delayed the start of play on day five of Wimbledon