Wimbledon: Djokovic the lord of the dance, the pits for Hamilton
It was all happening on the final day of a brilliant 2015 Wimbledon tournament, with Novak Djokovic keen to mark his wedding anniversary and securing a third title at SW19 by dancing with Serena Williams and Lewis Hamilton not taking his place in the Royal Box for the final due to an issue with his attire.
Djokovic ready to waltz with Serena
World number one Djokovic had another good reason to celebrate his wedding anniversary on Sunday, as he beat Roger Federer in the final. The Serb said in his news conference that he planned to join women's champion Williams on the dancefloor at a party later in the evening. Presumably his wife, Jelena, will also join him for a few moves.
No royal approval for Hamilton
Formula one world champion Hamilton was due to take his place in the Royal Box for another epic final, but the Englishman missed out on the clash of the titans. Wimbledon officials confirmed there was an issue with the 30-year-old's choice of clothing, as he failed to turn up in an outfit matching the Box's strict dress code. Hamilton posted a picture on Instagram of himself in a room inside the grounds of the All England Club while the epic showdown between Djokovic and Federer was unfolding.
Lack of sleep no problem for Hingis
Martina Hingis completed a remarkable Wimbledon by winning her second title of the weekend on Sunday. The 34-year-old Swiss star, who won five grand-slam singles titles, secured the women's doubles title with Sania Mirza on Saturday, then returned to lift the mixed doubles trophy with another Indian player in the form of Leander Paes a day later. Paes stated in their news conference that he knew Hingis had not been able to get to sleep until 3am on Sunday morning, but there was no evidence of that on Centre Court.
Star cast for blockbuster final
Actors and actresses have flocked to Wimbledon during the tournament and there was an all-star cast on the final day. Kate Winslet watched a Titanic dual between the top two players in men's tennis - Djokovic and Federer - while Benedict Cumberbatch, Bradley Cooper and Hugh Grant were among the other famous faces in attendance.
Sporting greats savour another Centre Court epic
Tennis legends Rod Laver, Bjorn Borg and Chrissie Evert were on hand to take in the last day of the grass-court grand slam. Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was back in south-west London along with Thierry Henry and International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach.