28-year-old Richard Scott proposed to his girlfriend Veri Croce on the hill at the All England Club.
What happened to Andy Murray in the moments leading up to his now-notorious pre-match outburst?
During his defeat yesterday to Grigor Dimitrov, Andy Murray was heard by some onlookers to curse and swear at the players box.
Serena Williams says she is "heartbroken" at having to withdraw from Wimbledon because of a viral illness.
The American was forced to forfeit her doubles match with sister Venus at the All-England club after becoming unwell on court.
The 32-year-old was knocked out of the singles in the third round last week.
"I am heartbroken I'm not able to continue in the tournament. I thought I could rally this morning, because I really wanted to compete, but this bug just got the best of me. I want to thank my sister, Kristina, Stefanie and our teams for their support," the five-time champion said in a statement.
"We were all looking forward to a great match. From the bottom of my heart, I thank all of the fans for their cheers and understanding. I look forward to returning to Wimbledon next year."
Venus Williams added: "Unfortunately Serena has been feeling unwell for the past few days and she just couldn't play to her potential today. I'm really proud of her for trying because we just love playing doubles together. We are looking forward to coming back to Wimbledon next year."
World number one Rafael Nadal has been knocked out of Wimbledon after a shock defeat to Australian Nick Kyrgios.
The 19-year-old, who is ranked 144th in the world and making his Wimbledon debut, beat the Spaniard 7-6 5-7 7-6 6-3 on Centre Court to condemn the two-time champion to a fourth-round exit.
Kyrgios will now play Canada's Milos Raonic in the quarter-finals.
Serena Williams was forced to withdraw from her doubles match as a result of a viral illness, Wimbledon organisers said.
The 32-year-old appeared groggy as she served four consecutive double faults on Court One, as the sisters forfeited the game in the first set.
"The word from the referee's office is that Serena Williams is suffering from a viral illness," a Wimbledon tweet said.
Serena Williams was forced to pull out of her doubles match with sister Venus at Wimbledon after she became unwell on court.
In scenes which were often uncomfortable to watch, the American appeared dizzy on court and was unable to hit or bounce the ball.
After she served four consecutive double faults, umpire Kader Nouni came down to speak to the sisters as the worrying situation continued.
The sisters eventually forfeited the match against German Kristina Barrois and Swiss Stefanie Voegele after going 3-0 down in the first set.
The commentator said Williams, who has won five Wimbledon singles titles, was a "shadow of herself" and appeared to be "sleepwalking" through the match.
Singers Katherine Jenkins, Cliff Richard and Elaine Paige were spotted enjoying the action on day nine of the Wimbledon Championships.
Judy Murray has praised her son's decision to hire a female coach as she warned there were not enough young girls playing tennis.
On Andy Murray's decision to appoint former Wimbledon champion Amelie Mauresmo as his coach, Judy said: "It certainly raised awareness and became a huge talking point.
"It definitely shows that if you have the skills, the knowledge and there is a personality fit, there is absolutely no reason why women can't coach at the top end of any sport."
The captain of Britain's Fed Cup side - the international team competition for women tennis stars - also revealed her fears about the lack of young girls playing tennis.
She said: "The things that are trendy for kids to play with nowadays tend to be sedentary things, you sit and twiddle your thumbs or you watch something on a wide screen and that is just a fact of life."
Andy Murray has said the Wimbledon crowds 'give him a big lift' as he secured his place in this year's quarter finals.
Speaking after he sailed through three straight sets to beat South African Kevin Anderson he said: "I always try to concentrate when I'm on court. I don't worry about what's going on around me.
He added: "I just try to play tennis but when you're playing in front of a big crowd like that it gives you a big lift, it raises your intensity and makes it harder for your opponents as well in tight situations, so the crowd always help."
Andy Murray is well on his way to defending his Wimbledon title after sailing through to the quarter-finals by winning three straight sets against South African Kevin Anderson.
Heavy rain didn't stop Andy Murray fans flocking to watch his game against Kevin Anderson from Murray Mound.
Many huddled under umbrellas or donned ponchos to keep dry as Murray played his third set.
But at least these ladies managed to nab themselves a seat instead of sitting on the soggy grass.