S. Williams leads past champs into Wimbledon 4th round
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams – players with a combined 12 Wimbledon titles – all won in straight sets Saturday to move into the fourth round and keep up their pursuit of more championship trophies at the All England Club.
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Bulgaria’s Dimitrov Dramatically Defeated by Tsonga at Wimbledon
Grigor Dimitrov, Bulgaria’s top male tennis prospect, is out of the Wimbledon Grand Slam tournament after dramatically losing to one of the world’s top players, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. In a spectacular match of the second round of the Championships in London. Dimitrov lost the match with a result of 7-6(4) 4-6 4-6 6-7(8) but proved that he deserves to be among the best. …
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Low-Key Mardy Fish Is Lonely in Wimbledon’s 4th Round
Mardy Fish, a player who has been close friends with Andy Roddick since high school, is the only American remaining in the men’s singles tournament.
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Wimbledon: Favorites still alive entering second week
WIMBLEDON, England – About 18 months removed from his last Grand Slam championship, Roger Federer figures its about time for another – his record-tying seventh at Wimbledon. Despite nearly a year away from the game because of a series of health scares, Ser…
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