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Tom Cruise was looking suitably dapper as he arrived at Wimbledon on Sunday to watch Novak Djokovic take on Matteo Berrettini in the Men's Singles final.
The Mission Impossible star beamed as he headed into the VIP section of Centre Court dressed in a sharp blue suit, matching tie and shades.
When Tom took his seat in the stand, even fellow celebrities were clambering to get their photo taking with him.
The 59-year-old actor looked in good spirits as he happily chatted to fellow VIPs ahead of the match.
Novak Djokovic is hoping to take a sixth Wimbledon crown and record-equalling 20th grand slam title.
Tom Cruise gave a grin as he headed into Wimbledon looking dapper
The Mission Impossible star gave an enthusiastic fist to the camera
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The 34-year-old Serbian will move level with rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal if he beats seventh seed Matteo Berrettini in the final on Centre Court.
Italian Berrettini, 25, is playing in his first grand slam final.
Joining Cruise at the star-studded sporting event on Sunday was Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse.
Tom found himself the subject of many selfies
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Oti knows a thing or two about winning herself after having picked up the Glitterball trophy for the last two years running on the BBC dance show.
The dancer turned out in a chic pink number, complete with elaborate bow, as she supped champagne ahead of the match.
Glamorous Oti was joined by her husband Marius Lepure, a fellow dancer who has made appearances on Strictly himself.
Oti Mabuse and her husband Marius Lepure were all smiles ahead of the match
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Boxer David Haye cut a casual figure for the occasion
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Comedians Jimmy Carr and Rob Brydon also put on an animated display as they sat beside each other in the VIP area.
Jimmy was seen grimacing as the match began while Gavin & Stacey star Rob opened his eyes wide as he supped his Pimms during one tense moment.
Later the duo were seen giving an awkward wave to the cameras from their seats.
Rob Brydon and Jimmy looked tense
Joining the celebs, boxer David Haye was also seen making an entrance at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
The former sportsman kept it casual in a floral shirt, jeans and trainers.
Once the fans were in their seats, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton made a stylish entrance to Centre Court.
Kate Middleton looked chic in a floaty pink midi dress ahead of the men's final
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The royal, 39, wore a pink midi dress by Beulah London for her second appearance at Wimbledon this weekend.
After watching the Women's Final yesterday, Kate returned today for the men's wheelchair singles final – which she watched with her father Michael Middleton – followed by the men's singles final.
Kate made time to speak to tennis fans and was seen making a fingers crossed gesture when asked about tonight's football.
It's a busy weekend of sport with the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy kicking off later this evening at Wembley.
The Duchess of Cambridge gave a smile as she enjoyed her second match of the day
Ahead of the match, former English player Tim Henman backed Djokovic to come out victorious by some distance.
Four-time semi-finalist Henman said he can see the Serbian world number one chasing down Margaret Court’s total of 24 grand slam titles, ending once and for all the debate about who is the greatest Tennis star of all time.
“I don’t want to sit on the fence but if they have all got 20, it’s tough to say he is the best ever,” said BBC pundit Henman.
Tom Cruise proved very popular in the VIP area
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“But who do I think will be the best ever? Djokovic. Certainly the best male player. To me it will become a numbers game and if they are all on 20 then I would reserve judgement.
“You look at the way he is playing, his intensity, consistency, I really think the grand slam is on this year.
“There is no doubt, and I have said for a couple of years, I think he will be the male player with the most grand glams. And therefore he will go down as the greatest male player of all time.
Rob Brydon and Jimmy Carr wave at the cameras
“Looking at Djokovic’s fitness, motivation, hunger and desire, I definitely see him challenging Serena Williams and then Margaret Court in terms of the total number of singles grand slam titles won.”
Henman admits he cannot see anything but a Djokovic victory over Italian seventh seed Berrettini.