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Serena Williams to Play Swedish Open After Wimbledon Early Exit

Serena Williams to Play Swedish Open After Wimbledon Early Exit

By Shana Norris July 5, 2014

Serena Williams has confirmed that she will play the Swedish Open, according to tournament director Nina Wennerstrom. On Tuesday Williams exited her doubles match at Wimbledon mid-match due to a viral illness that left her shaky and feeling faint. In …

Ivan Lendl and Andy Murray Parting Ways Ivan Lendl and Andy Murray Parting Ways

Ivan Lendl, described as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, has parted ways with Olympic gold medalist Andy Murray. During their two-year coaching partnership, Murray won Wimbledon, as the first Briton to do so in 77 years. …

Ivan Lendl and Andy Murray End Coaching Relationship Ivan Lendl and Andy Murray End Coaching Relationship

Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and coach Ivan Lendl parted ways after a two-year working relationship, the two announced on the British player’s blog Wednesday. “I’m eternally grateful to Ivan for all his hard work over the past two years, the …

Eugenie Bouchard: Now Serving at the Adult Table Eugenie Bouchard: Now Serving at the Adult Table

Eugenie Bouchard, the 19-year-old tennis sensation hailing from Westmount, Quebec has a great chance of reaching the Australian Open Semifinals if she defeats Ana Ivanovic. This is record-breaking stuff for Canada; Patricia Hy-Boulais has been the only other Canadian able …

Andy Murray Gets "Gun Scare" in London Andy Murray Gets "Gun Scare" in London
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As reported by the Huffington Post, four men were arrested in West London after they were suspected of brandishing a “gun” at Wimbledon champion Andy Murray only to realize that the four men were Andy’s fans hunting for an autograph …

2002 Wimbledon Runner-Up David Nalbandian Retires 2002 Wimbledon Runner-Up David Nalbandian Retires

2002 Wimbledon runner-up, David Nalbandian, has made a life-changing decision this week – one that places a stark sense of finality on his professional tennis career. Tuesday, October 1 was a day that Nalbandian classified as ‘difficult,’ given his untimely …

Maria Sharapova Denies Engagement Rumors Maria Sharapova Denies Engagement Rumors
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Tennis star Maria Sharapova didn’t play in the US Open last week, but she’s managed to stay in the spotlight nonetheless. As her official Twitter feed indicates, she’s been making the talk show rounds, and attending New York Fashion week …

Google Glass Goes to the Championships at Wimbledon Google Glass Goes to the Championships at Wimbledon

On Tuesday, American Bethanie Mattek-Sands will take the court against Germany’s Angelique Kerber in the first round of the Championships at Wimbledon. The 28-year-old is ranked #58 in the world, and is sporting a blue and green hairstyle for the …

YouTube Is Streaming Wimbledon Starting Monday YouTube Is Streaming Wimbledon Starting Monday

This year, with the help of Rolex, YouTube is set to be your exclusive source for live streaming at Wimbledon. The Wimbledon Championships, the world’s oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament, is set to kick off on Monday, June 24th, …

Maria Sharapova Knocked Out of Wimbledon Maria Sharapova Knocked Out of Wimbledon

Maria Sharapova has been knocked out of Wimbledon in the fourth round by 15 seed Sabine Lisicki. This unforseen and devestating loss could cost the Russian her rank as the number 1 women’s tennis player. Sharapova lost in two sets …

Twitter Fun With Wimbledon Twitter Fun With Wimbledon

Apparently, the way to become a Twitter trend, especially if you are a women’s tennis player, is to lose. Just ask Caroline Wozniacki. Coming into Wimbledon 2011, Wozniacki was considered the favorite to win the women’s bracket. And then her …

Wimbledon Live, You Supply The Strawberries
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Tennis fans need not be limited in their Wimbledon viewing by the capricious whims of broadcast networks, thanks to another season of Winbledon Live online.

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7 Lessons For Your Life and Business From Wimbledon

There are immense similarities between peak performance in sport, and what it takes to perform well in your life and business. The sports arena offers great opportunities to learn more about playing successfully in life and business. As I watched the recent tennis at Wimbledon it struck me that there were strengths and characteristics in the players that are necessary for us all in order to perform at our absolute best. If you want the best performance, either in your personal life, your career or your business, here are the 7 key things you need and which I observed in the tennis players.