Hey Jude, don't be afraid - it is only Henmania at Wimbledon
Actor Jude Law arrived at Wimbledon, with fellow thespian and girlfriend Sienna Miller, looking more than a little flustered on Wednesday.
He may be a Hollywood A-lister but he was forced to mix it with the hordes of Tim Henman fans as his name was not on the list for the Royal Box.
That honour is reserved for the likes of television actor Ross Kemp and his wife Sun editor Rebekah Wade.
Jennifer Capriati was understandably tetchy after her loss to Serena Williams but journalists at the press conference did not help her mood.
They were keen to push her on the rivalry between the two players, but it was not to Capriati's liking.
After four questions on the subject, which Capriati answered in full, she had obviously had enough.
And when the fifth one came, Capriati tersely rounded on the questioner: "We can drop it now, we can drop it."
TRAINS TO BLAME
Centre Court was even slower to fill up than usual on Wednesday morning, but this time the spectators had good reason to be running late.
A tube strike had left most Londoners struggling to get to work, and visitors to Wimbledon reliant on the train.
All of which led, predictably, to huge queues for the shuttle buses and taxis.
The only answer for many was a 20-minute walk up a steep hill. In the hot sun. With a heavy rucksack. Not that it was a problem, you understand.