Photos from Wimbledon: Day 4
Each day during Wimbledon, we'll bring you exclusive photography from Anita Aguilar, who is covering the tournament for TENNIS.com. Steve Tignor provides the captions.
Just when you thought he was out, Gael Monfils was back in. Until he was out again. La Monf lost to Jiri Vesely in five sets.
The Serena swing leads to...
...the Serena stare. She rolled to her second straight easy win.
Angelique Kerber scrambled to a three-set victory over Heather Watson...
...but the Brit made at least one fan behind her very happy.
For the better part of two sets, it looked like Rafael Nadal was going to suffer his second straight loss at Wimbledon to Lukas Rosol.
Rafa got his act together just in time, and by the end he said he was playing with “fantastic energy.”
Rosol succumbed, but not before he made his case as the Greatest Player of All Time Against Rafael Nadal in the Second Round at Wimbledon.
How can a man in a green jacket covered with daisies look so glum?
You wouldn’t think Maria Sharapova would need to be this intense in a second-round match, but then you wouldn’t know Maria.
When it was over, shriek had turned to a smile for Sharapova. She moved one match closer to a possible quarterfinal showdown with Serena Williams.
Stefan Edberg, Federer’s coach, feeling for rain. I guess you do it with the back of your hand in Sweden.
Wimbledon 2014 got its first look at a closed roof on Thursday
Even wrong-footed and tangled up, Roger Federer manages to look balanced.
Federer and his opponent, Gilles Muller, went off in the rain and came back under the roof.
She’s not a noble, she just plays one on TV. Michelle Dockery (left front), better known as Lady Mary of Downton Abbey, was in the royal box on Thursday.
You know what they say: A win doesn't feel like a win until you pose for a selfie with the guy in the corner.