While all eyes were on centre court at Wimbledon for the Rafael Nadal v Mikail Kukushkin clash, the royal box was crammed with international sporting stars from every field.
It's become a tradition for sporting stars to attend the Saturday centre court match in the middle of the grand slam event.
Former England striker David Beckham received a rousing welcome as he was joined by his mother in the front row.
The footballer was in good company with some of the world's greatest sports personalities eager to take in the action on centre court.
World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton joined Beckham in the Royal Box along with legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.
British Olympic medallists Victoria Pendleton, Nicola Adams, Sir Matthew Pinsent, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Amy Williams and Lizzie Yarnold were spotted in the crowd.
Diver Tom Daley dashed over from an early morning training session in the pool to watch the Spanish sports star.
Other sports figures include England rugby captain Chris Robshaw, England Test cricketers past and present Phil Tufnell, Andrew Strauss, Stuart Broad and Steven Finn, along with golfer Ian Poulter, and boxing stars David Haye and Anthony Joshua.
British boxers Nicola Adams, Anthony Joshua and David Haye also stood in the box cluttered with sports stars and members of the armed forces.
Sir Bradley Wiggins showcased a new cropped hairstyle and wore a stylish three-piece suit as he waved to the crowd.
Military personnel also took up some of the 74 exclusive wicker chairs in the Royal Box and stood to mark Armed Forces Day.
The world of entertainment was also represented with Gemma Arterton looking elegant in a simple, black dress and Countdown presenter Rachel Riley.
Actor David Tennant was accompanied by his girlfriend and looked riveted as he watched the match.
British champion Andy Murray's mother Judy also joined the stars following her son's Centre Court win last night.
The current Wimbledon champion is hoping to defend his title after last year's dramatic win.