Category Archive: Wimbledon

Jul 05

Wimbledon 2013 : Upsets continue, new names emerge

– London, England: The Wimbledon Championships 2013 entered the quarterfinals stage on Tuesday with the Ladies’ singles quarterfinals having taken place on 2nd July and the Gentlemen’s singles quarterfinals a day later. After Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka made an early exit in the second round, almost the entirety of odds was in Serena Williams’ …

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Jul 01

Wimbledon 2013 : The story continues into the Round of 16

– London, England: The Wimbledon Championships entered into the sixth day on 29th June, with the 3rd round wrapping up. With players like Nadal, Sharapova, Federer and Azarenka already having made an early exit, the tournament has taken a turn and many new players, otherwise subdued in the earlier rounds, have got the opportunity to …

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Jun 27

The Championships, Wimbledon 2013: A tournament of upsets and injuries

– London, England: The Wimbledon Championships had taken off well and things were going as expected, as per the prediction of tennis experts. But this period of correct predictions was short-lived, ending on the first day itself. The first upset was witnessed in the first round, in the form of Nadal’s loss to Darcis. From …

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Jun 26

Wimbledon Day 1 Highlights: First major upset witnessed

– London, England: The “long” waiting period is finally over! The Wimbledon Championships have finally started. After a gap of two weeks since the French Open champions were crowned, it’s time to battle it out once again at Wimbledon for the prestigious title. Even before the tournament started, there was a verbal feud between Serena …

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Jun 17

Gear up for the Wimbledon!

Hardly has the dust settled down at Roland Garros, than the tennis pros have already resumed their ventures, taking their experiences from the wins and losses in the French Open to various other tournaments. But their immediate continuation is justified. They all know that it’s been just over a week since the French Open got …

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