British Wimbledon hope Andy Murray makes it on to the front - or back - of most papers after his five-set thriller that secured him a quarter final place.
Many carry a shot of the fired-up player, roaring in celebration.
Guardian has the headline "Scot tested to the limit",
the Sun goes with "Andy raises the roof".
While Murray might be in the frame, neither
the Daily Telegraph can ignore the new roof
- "a debut performance on centre court".
Many of the papers roundly dismiss the government's legislative programme, entitled Building Britain's Future, saying they have seen it all before.
Independent calls it a re-re-re-launch of the prime minister.
Daily Express says it is bereft of any compelling ideas
for Britain's future.
Financial Times, it is less a relaunch than a re-heating.
Mail calls it a mish-mash
of panic stricken U-turns, stolen Tory policies and measures already announced.
The papers pore over the Queen's annual accounts and paint an alarming picture of the state of royal finances.
will run out of money in three years, the Telegraph says.
the Express puts it, she'll be looking down her sofas
for spare change.
The Mail says she has already been forced to raid her savings
to pay for urgent repairs to crumbling palaces.
What is needed, says
the Times, is a pay rise
which would be the first Civil List increase for nearly 20 years.
Hunt the office
One of life's frustrations,
the Financial Times points out, is the hours spent combing the office
for a mobile phone charger to fit your phone.
But that will soon be over now leading manufacturers in the European Union have agreed on a universal charger.
the Mail, there are more than 30 types of charger in circulation and 51,000 lying unused.
The Times says consumers will welcome the new arrival,
which emerged amid worries about unnecessary waste.