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Whoever wins the Wimbledon women's championship on Saturday will enjoy a payout much, much higher than the one offered in 1968, the start of tennis's professional era. Even better, it will be the same amount paid to the men's winner for the 11th  - -
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10:43. — The biggest debate to come of Wimbledon 2018 was over the never-ending deciding set. The issue is different for men and women, as Falconi and Pantic discuss why having a deciding tiebreak in all matches could be great. 15:00. — Wimbledon ...
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I'm proposing a life-time ban from the All England Club, even though he's a lovely guy and a good tennis player when his feet aren't made of lead and his legs aren't made of jelly. “This is indeed the worst Wimbledon final I've ever seen  - -
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ESPN had increased TV ratings for the women's final at Wimbledon, but a decrease for the men's final. ... Strokes of Genius is a world-class documentary capturing the historic 13-year rivalry between tennis icons Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. It is
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DYLAN Alcott is one of Australia's most decorated athletes and he made quite an impact during his time at Wimbledon.
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Nadal had a forehand clip the baseline to give him advantage, after a review having originally seen it called . Sublime stuff from boy players was ended by a stunning cross-court forehand from Djokovic who somehow managed to get it past the Spaniard. - -
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Roger Federer of Wimbledon 2018 after Kevin Anderson defeat ... Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash says he does not believe this defeat necessarily signals the end for Federer. "You are reluctant to ... Andrew Castle, BBC Sport tennis commentator. - -
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Cleaning staff at Wimbledon claim they were forced to take food from bins because they were given insufficient money by the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) to buy lunch and dinner while working. The staff said they also had to crouch in corridors ...
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Watch the weird and wonderful moments from this year's Wimbledon, featuring a Johnny Deep lookalike, celebrities galore and a masterclass from Novak Djokovic. WATCH MORE: Kerber beats Williams to win first Wimbledon title - highlights. WATCH MORE: ...
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LONDON -- From the jump, it was a wacky fortnight, with unprecedented upsets, marathon matches and a resurgence by some of the sport's greatest stars. Also: royals! Although this Grand Slam is in the rearview, there is much tennis yet to be played this ...
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"The sport has transformed my life," she added. "Wheelchair tennis has given me the opportunity to realise so many dreams, it really is amazing." De Groot became the first wheelchair player to win singles and doubles titles in the same year at Wimbledon.
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"I was in the crowd during his 2013 Wimbledon final and watched him refuse to give up. He is my inspiration," said the Briton. After four hours and 24 minutes, in the sweltering heat of court three, Draper nailed an overhead smash to beat Colombia's
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... that they give up - the old guys are playing amazing tennis, especially in the Slams. "After he reached this year's Rome Masters final, I thought that Zverev could do it at the French Open, but sadly three five-set matches took it of him at
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Federer, seeking to win his 21st Grand Slam title and his fourth in his last five tournaments, took his run of consecutive sets won at Wimbledon to 34, equalling the record he had set in 2006, but was then unable to deliver the knock- punch against
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Britain's Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid reach the Wimbledon wheelchair doubles final as they aim for three titles in a row.