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Wednesday, 12 July, 2000, 11:49 GMT 12:49 UK
Young Brits see hopes dashed
The defeat of Britain's Andrew Banks and Ben Riby in the junior boys doubles final ended a miserable Wimbledon for the home nation.
Angry Felgate hits back
Tim Henman's coach David Felgate retaliates after claims the British number one needs more coaching help.
Cup keeps pressure on Brits
Britain's recently appointed Davis Cup captain Roger Taylor remains optimistic, despite a lack of British success at Wimbledon.
Henman needs 'a Becker'
British number one Tim Henman needs a new coach if he wants to succeed, according to former British Davis Cup captain David Lloyd.
Henman crashes out with epic defeat
Tim Henman's Wimbledon challenge is over after Australian marathon man Mark Philippoussis triumphs in an enthralling five-set clash.
Henman races into last 16
Britain's Tim Henman wasted little time in disposing of Morocco's Hicham Arazi as he secured a 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 victory.
Henman inspired by Swedish legend
Britain's Tim Henman reveals after his 6-3 6-3 6-3 victory over Morocco's Hicham Arazi that the presence of Bjorn Borg was the inspiration behind his win.
Parmar outclassed by Rosset
Arvind Parmar's Wimbledon adventure comes to an end, after he is conclusively beaten in straight sets by Marc Rosset.
Henman takes the wrong path
British number one Tim Henman faces a tough route to Wimbledon glory - if he can overcome Morocco's Hicham Arazi on Saturday.
Unlucky Latimer is out
Brave British number one Louise Latimer ran 11th seed Anke Huber extremely close before succumbing 5-7 6-3 6-3.
Henman back on track
Britain's Tim Henman is back on form as he cruises past France's Arnaud Clement to book a third round place at Wimbledon.
Lee's Wimbledon dream ends
Briton Martin Lee exits Wimbledon in the second round, beaten 6-7 6-2 6-2 6-2 by Moroccan Younes El Aynaoui.
Henman overcomes first round jitters
Britain's Tim Henman survives an early scare against outsider Paradorm Srichaphan to win and book himself a place in the second round.
Ahl and Parmar taste victory
Arvind Parmar and Lucie Ahl gave the home crowd something to cheer about on day two of Wimbledon - but in contrasting ways.
Rusedski loses to 'Tour's worst player'
Greg Rusedski falls at Wimbledon's first hurdle in an epic clash with Vince Spadea - the man with the worst losing streak on the ATP Tour.
Rusedski rues Spadea loss
A devasted Greg Rusedski says he plans to go "as far away as possible from Wimbledon" after his first round defeat.
Briton Lee off to flyer
Britain's Martin Lee brings a smile to the home support by winning his opening first-round match against Juan-Antonio Marin 6-2 6-4 7-6.
Latimer flies flag for Brit women
British number one Louise Latimer fights from a set down to defeat American Holly Parkinson, but its bad news elsewhere.
Money can't buy success
It is 64 years since Britain had a Wimbledon men's champion but it seems a lack of investment is not the problem.
Hagelauer calls for revolution
LTA performance director Patrice Hagelauer is hoping to inspire 'a revolution' in British tennis.
Brilliant and bruised Brits
British players at Wimbledon have had many highs and lows down the years.
Profile: Tim Henman
Tim Henman has many admirers at the top of the game - but can he ever win Wimbledon?
Sue Barker's Wimbledon welcome
British women get their kit off at Wimbledon
Davis Cup captain Roger Taylor speaks out
Will Henman ever win Wimbledon?
Cash for champions?
Clickable SW19 map
Singing in the rain
Rain or shine?
BBC Wimbledon weather forecast
Complete list of singles winners since 1877
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