US player Cori Gauff celebrates beating Slovenia's Polona Hercog.
Connor, who reached the rank of Sergeant-Major after 23 years service largely in the Intelligence Corps, and his fellow scarlet-coated former servicemen made sure they got their share of photographs with 15-year-old Gauff following her courageous three-set win in her third round match.
The Chelsea Pensioners, who total around 300, both men and women and reside at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in a fashionable area of London, are a traditional presence at Wimbledon as well as home matches for Chelsea football club.
However, his highlight for the day was to watch Gauff on Centre Court.
"There is obviously a lot of hype around her and her age and the fact she did well against Venus Williams," said Connor.
"But it is great to see the future at that age competing with seniors who were youngsters themselves once and seeing what the next generation will be like."
Connor, London-born but who was paying his first visit to Wimbledon as he served abroad from the age of 17 to 60, was not so sure he would get to have a selfie with Gauff.
"I will have a lot of competition!
The emotional clash was followed by tearful on-court interviews, Osaka asking Gauff to join her with the microphone as they met at the net.
Even as a new US Open statue paid tribute to the courage and perseverence of black tennis pioneer Althea Gibson, Serena and Venus Williams warned Monday that the social and racial battles she fought remain issues today.
Alison Riske has made her name in tennis, but her biggest claim to fame might be the Bollywood dance moves from her wedding last month that became an internet sensation.
The player's representatives said in a statement that the accident happened near the southern Spanish city of Seville, where Rico used to play for Sevilla.
The Emirate of Fujairah has established an admirable position and is a premiere destination for martial arts, well known especially for its Taekwondo rings and stadiums that meet the highest ITF standards.
Competing against an international field packed with world stars, UAE gymnast Lamia Tariq Malallah made the country proud once again after finishing on the podium in the 6th International Emirates Cup.
The ground was a sorry soggy sight when officials called off play for the day and a message on the giant screen, for the fans, read "please keep your physical tickets safe!." The action will begin on Monday...