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James Ward (right) congratulates Novak Djokovic on his victory at Wimbledon

Camden’s James Ward says he enjoyed “an unbelievable day” on Wimbledon’s Centre Court on Monday, having taken the world No1 and reigning champion Novak Djokovic to a tie-break.

James Ward (left) enters Centre Court behind the reigning Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic

Camden’s James Ward took the world No1 and reigning champion Novak Djokovic to a tie-break in the first round at Wimbledon but was defeated in straight sets on Centre Court.

Harriet Dart. Pic: Paolo Minoli

West Hampstead’s Harriet Dart narrowly missed out on a place in the main draw at Wimbledon after a marathon three-set thriller in her final qualifying match.

James Ward

Camden’s James Ward will face world No1 Novak Djokovic in the first round of Wimbledon after the draw was made this morning.

Corinne Humphreys

A Haringey fitness instructor will be aiming her realise her Olympic dream on Sunday when she competes in the British 100m trials in Birmingham.

Steven Makoko (right) won a silver medal at the Haringey Box Cup. Pic: Dieter Perry

Haringey Police ABC boxer Steven Makoko has gained valuable experience after winning a silver medal at the Haringey Box Cup, according to the club’s founder and coach Gerry Willmott MBE.

Left to right: Nell Miller, Lena Keothavong, Kate Green, Anjoli Foster and Naomi Cavaday

Cumberland’s ladies are closing in on their third Aegon Team Tennis national title in four years after reaching the final play-offs once again.

The victorious St Luke's team show off their trophy. Pic: Mrs L Paydar

St Luke’s School are celebrating after winning the Camden mini-tennis tournament, earning the chance to represent the borough in the London School’s Cup.

James Ward

Camden’s James Ward bowed out in the first round of the Aegon Open at Nottingham on Monday, despite having a double break in the third set.

Kingsley Okolie will captain the Haringey Police ABC team. Pic: Dieter Perry

The Haringey Box Cup returns to Alexandra Palace this week – and the ninth edition is set to be “the best one ever”, according to the founder of the host club, Gerry Willmott MBE.

Mercury coaches Danny Ward (back row, right) and Sebastien Bernard outside the club with a quartet of junior members. Pic: Paolo Minoli

This is a golden era for British tennis, and the nation will be hoping for more success this summer as the world’s best players take to England’s grass courts in the championships at Queen’s and Wimbledon.

n Olympian Jason Gardener MBE (back right) launches the Summer of Stars initiative along with a group of children from Haringey. Left to right: Nia Omotogie, Abdullah Samadi, Georgia Cyrus, Thalra Omotogue, Lucas Persaud, Teylan Jody Ryan and India Cyrus.

Fusion Lifestyle are aiming to find 10 children from Haringey and offer them year-long sport scholarships to help them realise their dreams.

James Ward

Camden’s James Ward was unable to progress beyond the first round at the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club on Tuesday.

Amelia Chan (left) and England international Darius Knight

Channing School’s Amelia Chan won the Under-13 girls’ title as the Jack Petchey Schools’ Table Tennis singles finals were held at Brunel University on Saturday.

Left to right: Temple Fortune's Ekow Carboo, Gerard Bendien and Alex Kolesnikow

Temple Fortune Tennis Club entered three representatives into the annual Windsor Triathlon on Sunday, with the trio raising £1,300 for charity.

Highgate Harriers' Andy Maud. Pic: Dieter Perry

Highgate Harriers’ Andy Maud impressed on the international stage by finishing as the second fastest British 10,000m runner at the European Cup final in Turkey.

Harriet Dart. Pic: Paolo Minoli

West Hampstead’s Harriet Dart was unable to capitalise on a strong start to her clash with Robin Anderson as she exited the Aegon Surbiton Trophy in the first round on Tuesday.

Harriet Dart celebrates after winning the women's doubles title in Goyang, South Korea

West Hampstead’s Harriet Dart has fought her way back from injury to enjoy the best week of her career – and she is now aiming to take the momentum into the grass-court season on home turf.

Left to right: Camden Swiss Cottage's Ally Dill, Amir Castronovo, Lauren Brantley, Alexis Lambropoulos, Marliese Rittenhouse, Brandon Biss, Ella McEver, Lyelle Kahaner, Alexander Chen and Clementine Butler Brown

A contingent of Camden Swiss Cottage’s youngsters faced their biggest challenge of the season so far at the London Regional Age Group Championships, held over two weekends at Crystal Palace.

Harriet Dart

West Hampstead’s Harriet Dart won the $25,000 doubles title in Goyang, South Korea, on Saturday.

Beth Potter (right) is pursued by her British rivals Kate Avery and Jessica Andrews (second from left), who eventually won the race on the Parliament Hill athletics track. Pic: Mark Shearman

Former world record-holder Dave Bedford says Highgate Harriers’ Night of the 10,000m PBs is a “fascinating event” which is “of great value” to the world of athletics.

Great Britain's Jo Pavey won the 2014 European Championships and will be aiming to qualify for her fifth Olympics when she competes in Highgate Harriers' Night of the 10,000m PBs at Parliament Hill on Saturday

Olympic dreams will be realised and dashed on the Parliament Hill athletics track on Saturday night as Britain’s top 10,000m runners battle it out for seats on the plane to Rio.

Zoja Wojcik (second from right) celebrates with her New Life Taekwondo team-mates

British champion Zoja Wojcik added more silverware to her collection as Camden-based New Life Taekwondo picked up eight medals at the English Open in Manchester.

The Hall's Archie Marlow. Pic: Matt Birch Photography

Two Hampstead schools achieved two podium finishes apiece at the UK’s largest indoor skiing races of the season.

Tin-Tin Ho won all three available medals in Huddersfield. Pic: Trevor Parsons

Paddington’s Tin-Tin Ho has made history after winning all three of the available titles at the Cadet and Junior National Championships.

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