It was a memorable day on July 3, 2011 for Novak Djokovic who beat Spanish top seed Rafael Nadal 6-4, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3 to win the Wimbledon men's title for the first time.
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The win marked the Serb's 26th title of his career and third slam of his career during a remarkable year in which he also claimed the US Open and Australian Open trophies.
Djokovic has since won the Wimbledon crown once more in 2014.
1902: Bramall Lane in Sheffield became England's seventh Test cricket ground when it staged the third match between England and Australia. The tourists' Clem Hill scored the only century on the ground, which was not used again for a Test.
1905: The world heavyweight title fight between Marvin Hart and Jack Root at Nevada was the first to have a former champion, in this case James J Jeffries, as a referee. The contest was to find his successor.
1977: Britain's Barry Sheene won the Belgian Grand Prix 500cc race at an average speed of 135.07mph, the fastest ever recorded at a world championship motorcycle race.
1997: Celtic appointed former Holland international Wim Jansen as head coach. He went on to lead the club to their first Scottish championship title in 10 years in his only season in charge.
2001: Arsenal signed Sol Campbell from north London neighbours Tottenham on a free transfer.
2005: Number one seed Roger Federer won his third Wimbledon title by beating Andy Roddick 6-2 7-6 (7/2) 6-4 in the men's singles final.
2007: Relegated Sheffield United's appeal against the Premier League punishment imposed on West Ham over the Carlos Tevez affair was dismissed by an arbitration panel.
2008: Red Bull Racing's David Coulthard confirmed he was to retire from competing in Formula One at the end of the season.
2010: Serena Williams won her fourth Wimbledon title by beating Russian Vera Zvonareva 6-3 6-2 in the final.
2012: Dwain Chambers was selected to represent Great Britain at the London Olympics. The controversial sprinter had previously been banned for life from the Games under a British Olympic Association bylaw which was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport earlier in 2012.
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