Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer among past Wimbledon champions to join in Centre Court centenary celebration

Wimbledon toasted 100 years of Centre Court with a special centenary ceremony on Middle Sunday by welcoming a host of past singles champions. A visual recap:

Sue Barker and John McEnroe, a three-time winner himself, co-presented the celebration.

While Cliff Richard crooned an acapella version of “Summer Holiday: from the stands.

Things heated up when one-time champs, including Angelique Kerber and Simona Halep, were first to be invited out.

Then came two-time titlists, like Rafael Nadal…

… and Sir Andy Murray.

Chris Evert was among the three-time title holders to enter…

… ahead of four-time champ Rod Laver.

Next, five-time winners Bjorn Borg…

… and Venus Williams were welcomed in.

Six-time champs Billie Jean King and Novak Djokovic followed…

… before eight-time titlist Roger Federer walked out to round out those appearing for the ceremony.

Djokovic and Federer caught up…

… as did Laver and Venus.

Freya Ridings sang a moving rendition of “Lost Without You” as a video tribute played.

And McEnroe made sure to shout out the retiring Barker.