Friday's passing shots
A look back at Day 5 at the All England Club in photos, links, tweets and more.
Photo of the Day
Actor Rupert Grint (of Harry Potter renown) chats with All England Club vice chairman Philip Brook in the Royal Box on Centre Court (from SI.com's Best Shots from Day 5 at Wimbledon).
Why the Second Monday of Wimbledon is the coolest day in tennis ... Boris Becker's latest defeat on grass ... Andy Murray's latest dispatch for BBC Sport ... Novak Djokovic's squirrel-taming efforts continue ... Meet Eddie Seward, Wimbledon's "grass whisperer" ... News flash: Grunting in tennis is nothing new.
The Tweet Beat
"''Bad Teacher '' is a funny movie !Just watched it in the cinema!wooh"
--Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, channeling her inner Leonard Malton, 6:56 p.m. ET
"Its funny when people like justin gimelstob talks [expletive] without knowing me at all.he did not learn what respect means as a kid.. "
"Bieber gets pushed down in New York. be careful son"
1 ... Number of unforced errors committed by top-seeded Caroline Wozniacki in her second-round win over France's Virginie Razzano.
7-0 ... Career record of Andy Roddick against Feliciano Lopez before Friday's third-round clash, where the Spaniard turned the tables with a straight-sets upset.
16 ... Consecutive victories at Wimbledon by Serena Williams, who faces Maria Kirilenko on Saturday in a third-round match.
Andy Murray brought the Centre Court crowd to its feet Friday with a flashy between-the-legs winner against Croatia's Ivan Ljubicic. (Though John McEnroe was considerably less impressed.)
They Said It
"I think it's about time she stopped with that nonsense. It makes me want to throw up. It's disgusting."
--Andy Murray, on his mother's ongoing infatuation with Feliciano Lopez on Twitter