• June 23 2003: Lleyton Hewitt becomes the first defending men's champion of the Open era to lose in round one. Ivo Karlovic is his conqueror
  • June 24 2010: John Isner celebrates winning tennis' longest-ever match. He beat Nicolas Mahut after 11 hours and five minutes
  • June 25 1969: Pancho Gonzales wins a previous SW19 epic, saving seven match points in beating Charlie Pasarell 22-24 1-6 16-14 6-3,11-9.
  • June 26 1987: Peter Doohan causes a stunning upset by defeating two-time defending champ Boris Becker
  • June 27 1985: Anne White creates a different kind of shock - a fashion one - by wearing a body suit
  • June 28 2012: Lukas Rosol is the 2012 giantkiller, sending Rafael Nadal packing
  • June 29 1997: Tim Henman celebrates beating Paul Haarhuis 14-12 in the fifth set on 'People's Sunday'
  • June 30 1987: Connors, aged 34, comes from 1-6 1-6 1-4 down to beat Mikael Pernfors 1-6 1-6 7-5 6-4 6-2
  • July 1 1977: Virginia Wade wins the title. She remains the last British winner of the ladies' singles
  • July 2 1977: Bjorn Borg wins his second Wimbledon crown by defeating Jimmy Connors in a five-set final
  • July 3 1996: Sir Cliff Richard (joined by players and officials) sings to the Centre Court crowd during a rain delay
  • July 4 1996: Richard Krajicek ends Pete Sampras' three-year reign as champion with an upset win
  • July 5 1987: Pat Cash becomes the first player to celebrate a title win by climbing into the players' box
  • July 6 2008: Roger Federer and eventual champ Rafael Nadal play out arguably the greatest ever Wimbledon match

Wimbledon memories

June 23 2003: Lleyton Hewitt becomes the first defending men's champion of the Open era to lose in round one. Ivo Karlovic is his conqueror