Wimbledon will host play on its middle Sunday for only the fourth time in its 139-year history in 2016.?Peoples Sunday, as it has been known, is one of the best days in tennis for some and has produced some magic moments. Here are some of the highlights:1991Of all the players, it was Jimmy Connors -- the old street-fighter of the lawns, and a man who fed off the energy of a crowd -- who most appreciated this unbuttoned Wimbledon.Even though he lost to Derrick Rostagno, Connors probably never had more fun at the All England Club than when playing in front of the thousands who had slept rough for tickets.It definitely wasnt the regular traditionalists watching tennis and saying, jolly good. It was my kind of crowd. I wish it had been like this for the last 20 years. Where have they been?Connors was taken aback by the Mexican wave. Even the occupants of the Royal Box joined in.Can anyone imagine a wave at Wimbledon? he said. Usually, the only wave here is like this? And then, according to someone who was in the room, Connors wiggled his middle finger and pinky.The day was also to John McEnroes taste. It was a nice change of pace, said McEnroe, now an ESPN analyst. You dont often get a soccer crowd at Wimbledon.1997Peoples Sunday was all about Britains?Tim Henman;?he?survived a five-setter against Dutchman Paul Haarhuis, which?culminated with a 14-12 final set.From the start, the noise was at a totally different level, said Henman, the Andy Murray of his day. To have virtually all the spectators in Centre Court screaming your name, I dont think Ive ever experienced that before.I dont think you could get a better atmosphere in all of sport.But for the support of the crowd, Henman would quite possibly have lost this match.2004You know that something is up at the All England Club when Henmans father, Anthony, arrives at his Centre Court seat in a crewneck sweater, rather than a necktie and a blazer.Once again, Henman was the headline act on the middle Sunday. The Englishman, who is much more of a populist than you might imagine, used the support of the crowd to carry him through his match against Moroccos Hicham Arazi.It was absolutely phenomenal.Theyre the true fans to have been out there queuing, Henman said.It was packed from the word go. When I was 2-0 down in the fourth set, the crowd definitely kick-started me again, and helped me to win the match in four sets. 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