British number one Heather Watson has been knocked out of Wimbledon by Serena Williams, despite a battling performance which almost saw the underdog take a thrilling final set.
Watson lost 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 after a remarkable comeback and led in the final set 3-0 before being pegged back. Speaking following the game, Williams - the tournament's top seed - praised her opponent and said Watson "should have won".
"She really gave her all and showed how good she is," she told BBC Sport.
British number one Heather Watson has taken Serena Williams in the third set of their third-round clash at Wimbledon this evening.
Watson, making only her second-ever appearance in Round 3, broke Williams' serve twice, to win the set 6-4, after losing the first by six games to two.
Top seed Novak Djokovic of Serbia has won 6-3 6-3 6-3 against Australia's 27th seed Bernard Tomic in the third round at Wimbledon
Russian fourth seed Maria Sharapova has won 6-4 6-3 against Romania's 29th seed Irina-Camelia Begu in the third round at Wimbledon.
Spectators and staff at Wimbledon have paid tribute to the 38 people killed in last week's terror attack in Tunisia.
Hundreds stood in silence on Murray Mound at midday before clapping once the minute was over.
Matches started at 12.15pm rather than the usual 11.30am to allow players, staff and fans to take part.
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Two-time Wimbledon champion Rafa Nadal has been knocked out in the second round by Germany's Dustin Brown.
British tennis player Aljaz Bedene has crashed out of the Wimbledon championships after losing in four sets to Viktor Troicki, the number 22 seed.
Slovenian-born Bedene, playing his first Wimbledon since gaining British citizenship, lost to the Serbian 6-4 3-6 6-2 6-4.
Great Britain can boast two men in Wimbledon's third round for the first time since 2002 after James Ward blasted past Jiri Vesely in four sets.
British number three Ward surrendered 65 places in the world rankings to his opponent but produced an accomplished showing to brush past the 21-year-old Czech 6-2 7-6 (7/4) 3-6 6-3.
Shortly after Andy Murray dispatched Robin Haase in straight sets, Ward completed his own triumph to hand Britain two men in Wimbledon's third round for the first time since the Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski era.