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Tennis | Wimbledon

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
Women's wrap: Friday, June 28
Britain's Laura Robson reached the third round of Wimbledon on Friday with a 6-4, 6-1 win over qualifier Mariana Duque-Marino and goes on to face Marina Erakovic. Read full article
Men's wrap: Friday, June 28
Andy Murray kept his campaign to become Britain's first Wimbledon champion since 1936 comfortably on course Friday but Sergiy Stakhovsky, the shock conqueror of Roger Federer, crashed out. Read full article
Murray takes spotlight after US misery
Andy Murray takes centre stage on Friday at a star-stripped Wimbledon reeling from the shock exits of its A-list stars. Read full article
Kimiko happy being oldest swinger in town
Kimiko Date-Krumm cannot believe she has made the third round of Wimbledon at the age of 42 and is relishing the prospect of facing defending champion Serena Williams in a showpiece match on Saturday. Read full article
Djokovic finds calm after storm
Novak Djokovic has been visiting a Buddhist Temple in an effort to escape the pressure-cooker atmosphere of a grand slam, the Serb said after bringing calm to Wimbledon. Read full article
Djokovic and Serena restore calm
An air of calm descended at Wimbledon on 'Tranquil Thursday' as Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams avoided the trail of destruction that had decimated the field at the All England Club on day three. Read full article
Llodra under fire as he retires, then reappears
Michael Llodra pulled out of the Wimbledon singles on Thursday citing a hamstring injury – but then went straight out to play in the men's doubles, sparking questions as to whether he was trying hard enough. Read full article
Roof shut over Wimbledon's Centre Court
The roof over Wimbledon's Centre Court was closed on Thursday for the first time during this year's tournament. Read full article
Serena feared becoming next victim
Serena Williams was so shocked by the defeats of Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova and the injury carnage of black Wednesday at Wimbledon that she feared she would be next on the hit-list. Read full article
Men's wrap: Thurs, June 27
World number one Novak Djokovic condemned the United States to their worst Wimbledon men's performance in over a century on Thursday. Read full article
Women's wrap: Thurs, June 27
Kimiko Date-Krumm set up a showdown with defending champion Serena Williams as the Japanese veteran on Thursday became the oldest woman to reach the third round at Wimbledon in the Open Era. Read full article
Llodra, Mathieu join drop-outs
The second round of this year's Wimbledon has equalled the record for withdrawals and retirements for a single round at a grand slam in the professional era after two more players quit on Thursday. Read full article
I'm not finished - Federer
Roger Federer was confronting the collapse of his tennis world Thursday, desperate to avoid the Wimbledon fate suffered by his hero Pete Sampras, whose All England Club career ended in a punch-drunk haze. Read full article
Federer, Sharapova exit in Wednesday wipeout
Wimbledon king Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova endured jolting second-round losses to opponents outside the world top 100 in a freakishly dramatic 'Wednesday Wipeout'. Read full article
Murray keeps cool as big names crash out
Andy Murray insists there is no chance he will start dreaming of the Wimbledon title despite the remarkable list of big-name casualties in an astonishing first three days at the All England Club Read full article
Coach blames Nadal's defeat on poor attitude
Rafael Nadal's coach and uncle Toni Nadal has criticised the 12-time Grand Slam champion's attitude after he suffered a shock first round exit from Wimbledon on Monday. Read full article
Players seek solutions to court crisis
Maria Sharapova pleaded with Wimbledon to allow players to practice on their cherished show courts in an effort to solve the injury crisis that has plagued the tournament. Read full article
De Brito salutes dad after Sharapova stunner
Portuguese qualifier Michelle Larcher De Brito celebrated her shock Wimbledon second round win over Maria Sharapova by thanking her father for reviving her love for tennis. Read full article
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