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Crowd Goes Crazy As Iga Swiatek Wins Adelaide

Australia

February 27, 2021

Iga Swiatek won the Adelaide International in such emphatic style that you can feel Wimbledon 2021 already beckoning. The large contingent of Polish spectators went wild in a packed stadium. The good times are back in the tennis world. And Coco Gauff can leave Australia satisfied with reaching her first WTA 500 semi-final. Both players […]

How Many Players Compete at Wimbledon?

Australia

October 1, 2019

Wimbledon is widely regarded as the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament, and for good reason. With royal attendance and many of the world’s top players on the roster, few tennis tournaments can match The Championships. One question that tennis fans often have about Wimbledon regards the number of players involved. From men’s singles to mixed […]

Thrilling Kyrgios Conquers DC In Style

Australia

August 5, 2019

Nick Kyrgios just proved you can entertain and still win titles with a magical week in Washington. Genius, humour and audience participation. Kyrgios virtually rewrote what it can mean to perform as a top tennis player. That sounds like a sweeping statement. But the Australian did it his way. And no one had ever done […]

Will Barty Spark Another Party

Australia

June 20, 2019

WILL BARTY SPARK ANOTHER PARTY? Ashleigh Barty wins Wimbledon. It is not something you have to try too hard to imagine. After all, Barty has done it before – when she was only fifteen years old. Sure, that was the junior singles at Wimbledon back in 2011. But the irrepressible Barty has just won the […]

Were the Australian Open Shocks Really Surprising?

Australia

January 15, 2019

The Australian Open is always full of surprises. But we had already warned you it might happen. So when is a shock not really a shock? How can Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund (who almost won it last year) and Nick Kyrgios all fall at the first hurdle? Big names are out and no one is […]

Defiant Murray Refuses To Rule Out Comeback

Australia

January 14, 2019

Andy Murray was full of surprises. Right to the last. But is this the end? Maybe not, after all. First, Murray shocked us by taking Roberto Bautista Agut to five sets. By doing so, given his hip injury, Murray had achieved what we all thought was impossible. Crazy His opponent had just beaten the great […]

Who Founded Wimbledon?

Australia

January 13, 2019

It’s the world’s oldest, most prestigious tennis tournament, attracting royals, A-list stars and world leaders. Wimbledon is a sporting institution, having been held for over 130 years at the famous All England Club in London. Wimbledon’s age and prestige has meant it retains many customs that were long discarded by other events. Of the four […]

Wimbledon’s Ball Boys and Girls

Australia

January 9, 2019

Ball boys and Girls. As we prepare to enjoy all that is great about Wimbledon 2020, an elite group of young people are going through the final stages of their training. The Ball Boys and Girls have been working hard to make sure matches happen with a seemingly effortless fluency. Ready to have a sweaty […]

Wimbledon and the Armed Forces: A History

Australia

November 1, 2018

As one of the UK’s most iconic sporting events and one of the four prestigious Grand Slam tennis tournaments, Wimbledon has been an important part of British culture since it first took place at the All England Club in 1877. Wimbledon is known for its famous all-white dress code, its close association with the Royal […]

Federer In Tears After Winning Twentieth Grand Slam

Australia

January 28, 2018

Roger Federer tried so hard not to cry during his victory speech, but in the end it was all too much. He stood there, lifting the trophy above his head, tears pouring down his cheeks, the standing ovation seemingly eternal. What a storm he had to weather as Marin Cilic came back and broke the […]

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