An abandoned rescue dog has been rehoused after tennis ace Novak Djokovic took to Twitter to find a new home for the canine.
The Serbian player launched a campaign with his girlfriend Jelena Ristic to place the goldendoodle - a cross between a golden retriever and a poodle - with new owners.
The world number one, who today booked his place in the Wimbledon men's semi finals, tweeted: "My friends from Dogs Trust came to see me and brought along play-date for (my poodle) Pierre. ... Jelena and I named her Bella because she is so beautiful and white (in Serbian white is Bela too)."
He added: "So I committed to help them find her new family... Let's find her home! Everyone deserves to have a family!"
Bella was soon snapped up by a dog-loving family in Kent.
When you lose the fourth set having served for it, maybe 18 months ago I wouldn't have come back from that so I think mentally I've probably become stronger because of the results at the end of last year.
I don't think loads has changed in my game, I just think understanding what I need to do in the important moments.
I'm sure if I get myself into the position to win I'm sure it will maybe be easier to win than the US open or Wimbledon last year.
But to get into that position I am going to have to play an unbelievable match and recover well as this was a long, long match.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic and French Open winner Maria Sharapova were named as top seeds for Wimbledon, which begins on Monday.
In the men's side, Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray completed the top four while defending women's champion Petra Kvitova was seeded forth. Serena Williams was seeded sixth but her sister Venus, five-time champion, is unseeded.