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  • More Wimbledon news at wsj.com/wimbledon More often than not it is those people who spend the most time with Mr. Murray who feel the full force of his displeasure and/or grumpiness.

    Murray Calm Before the Storm

  • More Wimbledon News at wsj.com/wimbledon "If I'm playing that well now, it's because we have been a real team and we work well together," his daughter said.

    Father Figures Grab the Limelight at Wimbledon

  • More Wimbledon news at wsj.com/wimbledon "It is much more humid with the roof on, something strange."

    Wimbledon Roof Slows Balls Down

  • More Wimbledon news at wsj.com/wimbledon But the Australian's desire and the sheer force of character he exerted over a bigger and stronger opponent seemed unquenchable.

    Hewitt Rolls Back the Years But Cannot Stop Söderling

  • More Wimbledon News at wsj.com/wimbledon He was controlling the exchanges, his serve was waspish and effective on the first and solid and difficult on the second.

    Murray's Time Is Now

  • More Wimbledon News at wsj.com/wimbledon "It's not until you feel the power of the ball off the strings that you really appreciate how hard he hits it," Hoyt, the fair-haired Welsh teenager, said.

    Fit Nadal Raring to Go

  • More Wimbledon news at wsj.com/wimbledon In the recent past, champions such as Roger Federer and Pete Sampras have walked out on the opening day and have departed again with barely a detectable footprint to confirm that they were ever there.

    Murray Raises the Roof

  • More Wimbledon News at wsj.com/wimbledon Williams might have been the one to shed public tears, but her opponent had just as much reason to sob, having been through the draining process of shaking off an overbearing father who has been banned from the circuit for his behaviour.

    Victorious Serena Fails to Ward Off Tears

  • More Wimbledon News at wsj.com/wimbledon "We can analyse that my game is not bothering him," Nadal said.

    Djokovic on Top of the World

  • • Barry Humphries, as Dame Edna Everage, stars in Dick Whittington at the New Wimbledon Theatre, London SW19, until 15 January. 0844 871 7646, atgtickets.com/wimbledon

    Barry Humphries: My family values

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