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Andy Murray’s First Wimbledon Triumph Revisited


July 7, 2020

July 7 will always be remembered as the day Andy Murray first won Wimbledon. Let’s hope he can do it again at Wimbledon 2021! We think the best way to relive his special moment back in 2013 is to publish our report from this day seven years ago. It may have been the first reflective […]

Roger Federer and Fred Perry Won First Wimbledon Today


July 6, 2020

For Roger Federer and Fred Perry, July 6 was a very special day at Wimbledon. This is the day two legends achieved a dream. Every tennis player’s dream. Federer and Perry won Wimbledon for the first time on July 6. So today is a day to feel happy if you love Wimbledon. Roger is indeed […]

Andy and Serena: A Partnership To Treasure


July 4, 2020

Serena Williams playing mixed doubles with Andy Murray. Seems like a fanciful dream now, doesn’t it? But on the first Saturday of Wimbledon 2019, it really happened. A year on, at the same stage of our missing fortnight, this is still something to celebrate. What a charming spectacle it made! They played three matches together. […]

This Was The day Coco Gauff Sent Wimbledon Wild


July 3, 2020

Coco Gauff will never forget the first Friday of Wimbledon 2019 – and neither will we. So far it was her finest hour. The day that defines America’s new superstar. How we long to see Coco in action once more at Wimbledon 2021! Last year she came back from the dead to give Centre Court […]

Nick Kyrgios Always Guarantees A Spicy Subplot

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July 2, 2020

Remember when Nick Kyrgios played Rafael Nadal on the first Thursday of Wimbledon last year? Rarely had a first-week match been more keenly anticipated. Let’s face it, Kyrgios v Nadal would have been serious box office based on the quality of tennis alone. The Australian is talented enough to beat anyone on his day. He […]

This Time Last Year Coco-Mania Gathered Momentum


July 1, 2020

Do you remember what Coco Gauff did on the first Wednesday of Wimbledon last year? She won again. She demonstrated her courage against the odds once more. The kind of thing she’ll be doing at Wimbledon 2021, too Last summer the 15-year-old had something to prove. She needed to show her sensational victory over Venus […]

Imagine The First Day of Wimbledon 2021

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June 29, 2020

How great is the first day of Wimbledon 2021 going to be? We only need to look back at the opening day of Wimbledon 2019 to get an idea. Sure, we’re hurting a bit today because it should have been the first day of Wimbledon 2020. We can’t be there this time around. But let’s […]

Fiery Dan Evans Wins Battle of the Brits

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June 28, 2020

Dan Evans exerted relentless pressure on Kyle Edmund to claim the Battle of the Brits singles title in Roehampton. It was a fitting end to a marvellous week in London. Now we just can’t wait for Wimbledon 2021 Evans showed a passion without compare. He chased down everything. He never let Edmund find any forehand […]

Brave Evans Edges Murray In Psychological Thriller

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June 27, 2020

Dan Evans is one courageous Englishman. He may not be as popular as Andy Murray but you cannot fault his spirit. All but destroyed in the first set and 1-4 down in the decisive breaker, still Evans refused to be beaten. The 1-6, 6-3, 10-8 final scoreline showed who wanted it most. Murray will still […]

Tournament Director Jamie Murray Earns A Fitting Reward

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June 26, 2020

Tournament Director Jamie Murray has reached the doubles final at the Battle of the Brits. He couldn’t be happier after he and partner Neal Skupski edged Joe Salisbury and Jonny O’Mara 7-6, 2-6, 10-8. Now they face Dan Evans and Lloyd Glasspool in the showpiece on Saturday night – having beaten them already two days […]

Andy Murray Through To Battle of Brits Semi-Final

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June 25, 2020

Andy Murray has booked his ticket to a monumental clash against Dan Evans on Saturday. The Scottish superstar’s reputation wasn’t given too much respect by his friend and opponent, James Ward on Thursday night. The 6-3, 7-5 scoreline suggests the match got tougher. In reality it was hard for the favourite all the way through. […]

Amazing Murray Runs Edmund So Close

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June 24, 2020

Andy Murray to reach the final stages of Wimbledon 2021? The crazy thing is, we can’t rule it out any more. No one has been able to say anything like that for a while. And we know how outrageous it might sound. After all, it was Kyle Edmund who beat Murray 6-7 (2-7), 7-6 (7-5), […]

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