Wimbledon: Serena dancing to her own beat again, more Murray misery
Serena Williams sparkled in the south-west London sun as she completed a 'Serena Slam' by beating Garbine Muguruza in front of legends such as her sister Venus, Hollywood actress Rosamund Pike and rapper Drake. The world number one revealed she has taken up dancing as a new method of keeping fit and it is clearly paying off.
There was also men's doubles delight for Horia Tecau and Jean-Julien Rojer, who celebrated outside the Media Centre by spraying champagne as fans swamped the duo for autographs and 'selfies'.
Serena struts her stuff
Williams was on top form when she faced the media after her sixth Wimbledon success, revealing she has mixed up her fitness regime with some dancing - which is paying dividends.
The 33-year-old, who jigged on Centre Court after winning the title, said: "Right now I'm dancing a lot, so..."
When asked what type of dancing, she explained: "Contemporary.
"Contemporary is like, I don't know how to describe it. It's just lots of movements. It's not like super fast. It's slow, not too slow. Sometimes a lot of floor work, so..."
She then quipped: "Yeah, I'm serious."
Pleasure and pain for Muguruza
Surprise package Muguruza said she had a mixture of fun and pain in her fortnight at Wimbledon when she faced the press. She will enter the top 10 in the world rankings for the first time as a result of her exploits on the grass, so that should cheer her up.
More Murray misery
Andy Murray crashed out of the tournament at the semi-final stage at the hands of Roger Federer on Friday and he was in the crowd to watch his brother Jamie and John Peers in the men's doubles finals. Jamie said he heard Andy shout encouragement during the game, but he and Australian playing partner Peers were beaten by Tecau and Rojer. Peers said his misery was compounded by learning England had beaten Australia in the first Ashes Test.
Champagne moment for doubles winners
Romanian Tecau and Rojer of the Netherlands lapped up the attention as they celebrated outside the Media Centre, spraying champion in true Formula One style after their victory. Fans swamped around the pair as they savoured their success by obliging for photographs and autographs.
Stars out in force again
Gone Girl actress Pike was among the famous faces in the Royal Box on Saturday, while Canadian rapper Drake was back yet again and Venus supported her sister just five days after being beaten by her all-conquering younger sibling.