Wimbledon 2014: Two former champs claim victory from the wilderness as a vintage edition concludes with a classic

Belief and relief: Two former champs who badly needed to taste success once more After last year’s somewhat damp squib of a tournament (Murray’s history-making aside) there has been much to remember in the 2014 edition, not least another entry into the Major Finals hall of fame. But before we get to the vastly different […]

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Wimbledon 2010 – A tale of new faces, the changing of the guard and the longest match in history

Food poisoning wrecked my plans for a ‘first week’ roundup of this year’s wimbles and subsequent computer breakdown’s since haven’t exactly helped. Still it is with fond memories that I look back at a tournament which represented many things, and also saw myself and long suffering twin sibling grace both centre and no.1 courts in […]

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Wimbledon 2009 Finals: A tale of dermination, belief and history being made

The 2009 Wimbledon Championships were blessed with two finals which despite being very different – offered a fitting degree of emotion, awe-inspiring tennis and yet more new entries in the record books. On Saturday the ladies’ final was for the fourth time contested by the Williams’ sisters: rightly back at the business end of the […]

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