Celebrities and royalty were at Wimbledon once again to enjoy some high quality tennis at SW19 on Tuesday.
As the top tennis players on the planet strive to be crowned Wimbledon champions, rappers and royalty were among the great and good flocking to SW19 to watch the action on Tuesday.
Drake in Serena's corner
Canadian rapper Drake took centre stage at Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park last Friday and he stayed on in London to back Serena Williams in her quest to win a first calendar Grand Slam. The 28-year-old swapped centre stage for Centre Court on Monday to watch Serena beat her sister Venus and was back again 24 hours later to support the world number one as she took on Victoria Azarenka.
Royalty turn out to see tennis royalty
HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark was in the Royal Box to watch tennis royalty in the form of Williams and Maria Sharapova. He may have hoped to get a glimpse of fellow Dane Caroline Wozniacki, but she crashed out on Monday.
McEnroe down with the kids
John McEnroe may be advancing in years at the age of 56, but the legendary American is clearly still keeping tabs with the kids' fashion statement as he was seen sporting a baseball cap with a flat peak at the All England Club.
O'Connell looking the part
Jack O'Connell was also at Centre Court to lap up the action on Tuesday. The actor has become accustomed to his beloved Derby County letting him down over the years, so no doubt welcomed the opportunity to be impartial as he sat back and enjoyed the action in south-west London.
Stars hit the right note for Jenkins
Singer Katherine Jenkins also took in the action on Centre Court with her husband Andrew Levitas. The stylish Welsh soprano, who is expecting a baby later this year, was able to see quarter-finals in which all four women were on song before Williams and Sharapova hit the highest notes.