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Tennis | Wimbledon

Father's methods pay off as Bartoli does it her way
People thought Walter Bartoli was a little odd when he ripped up the conventional coaching manual and began moulding the hybrid player who on Saturday won the Wimbledon singles title. Read full article
'Murray mania II', the sequel, hits Wimbledon
"Murray Mania II" was gripping Britain ahead of Andy Murray's second shot at becoming the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936. Read full article
Twins win to complete 'Bryan slam'
Bob and Mike Bryan pulled off a feat on Saturday that has proved beyond tennis greats Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic as they won their fourth grand slam in a row. Read full article
Djokovic told to tone down his pimpled shoes
World No 1 Novak Djokovic has slipped up with his footwear at Wimbledon, being told to get rid of the pimples on the side of his shoes days before he faces Briton Andy Murray in the final on Sunday. Read full article
Joy for Bartoli as Lisicki freezes on biggest stage
Marion Bartoli would not have been high on any list of likely Wimbledon champions a fortnight ago but on Saturday the quirky Frenchwoman overwhelmed Sabine Lisicki 6-1 6-4 to claim her first grand slam title. Read full article
Janowicz still focused on cracking top 10
Jerzy Janowicz was beaten but not bowed after losing to second seed Andy Murray in the Wimbledon semifinals on Friday. Read full article
Del Potro ready for top table after loss
Juan Martin del Potro's extraordinary Wimbledon semifinal loss to world No 1 Novak Djokovic on Friday confirmed the Argentine is ready to challenge again for a place at the top table. Read full article
Wake me up before I go on court - Bartoli
Some players whirl away on exercise bikes before a match, others practise until they are called by the referee and some listen to music. Marion Bartoli likes to fall asleep. Read full article
Djokovic, Murray face giant challenges
Wimbledon 2013 will be remembered as a tournament of shocks but Sunday's men's final could be a showdown between the world's top two players. Read full article
Lisicki favourite ahead of semis
An improbable scenario that would have prompted a polite chuckle among tennis fans two weeks ago is set to play out on Thursday in the womens Wimbledon semifinals. Read full article
Janowicz, Kubot no longer poles apart
What should have been a showdown between Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal has turned into the battle of Poland as Lukasz Kubot and Jerzy Janowicz find themselves in Wimbledon's quarterfinal mix. Read full article
Who's that girl?
Clutching their tickets, the fans huddled together on a chilly Centre Court all agreed - the Wimbledon women's quarterfinals were low on star names. Read full article
Serena exit sends Wimbledon into twilight zone
Wimbledon entered the twilight zone on Monday as Serena Williams became the latest high-profile champion to fade into oblivion at a tournament where reputations and star status are counting for nothing. Read full article
Del Potro prepares for endurance test
Juan Martin Del Potro's battered body muscled into the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Monday, but the Argentine has only two days to recover from troublesome injuries before facing David Ferrer. Read full article
Robson gold dust for UK women's tennis
With One Direction star Harry Styles and Prime Minister David Cameron among her growing army of fans, teenager Laura Robson is seen as "gold dust" for women's tennis in Britain. Read full article
Stephens flies American flag
American Sloane Stephens beat Monica Puig to reach her first Wimbledon quarterfinal on Monday just as compatriot Serena Williams's defeat had thrown the draw wide open. Read full article
Djokovic, Murray, Serena lead unfamiliar cast
Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Serena Williams will head a cast of fresh-faced hopefuls on Monday as Wimbledon heads into the second week which will be a Federer-free zone for the first time in 11 years. Read full article
Ruthless Djokovic, Serena march on
Novak Djokovic continued to match title rival Andy Murray stride for stride with a nonchalant march into the last 16 as the leading seeds flourished in the Wimbledon sunshine on Saturday. Read full article
Serena faces date with destiny
Kimiko Date-Krumm originally retired two years before Serena Williams, her third round opponent at Wimbledon, set foot on the All England Club's lush lawns for the first time. Read full article
Reality bites Stakhovsky, Murray cruises
Andy Murray sent expectations of a first Wimbledon title soaring through the Centre Court roof on Friday as he roared into the last 16 but two giant-slayers fell to earth after bitter reality checks. Read full article
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