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Four Ways To Nab Wimbledon 2015 Tickets

The players may be long gone from Wimbledon but the planning for next year can now begin. As the saying goes, the early bird catches the worm. Eilis Brennan discusses four ways for prospective punters to get their hands on tickets for the action at SW19. 1. The Ballot The ballot is basically a lottery. You enter and hope your name gets …

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Tennis Tuesday – Winners, Wedding And The Hall Of Fame

This Week’s Winners Lleyton Hewitt swept up the singles and doubles titles at the Hall of Fame Championships in Newport, Rhode Island. He won his 2nd title of the season, defeating Ivo Karlovic 6-3, 6-7, 7-6 in the singles final. The Aussie had lost in the final the last two years but finally got his hands on the trophy after …

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Tennis Tuesday – The Weird and Wonderful at Wimbledon

What. A. Week. Wimbledon is over for another year and I for one will be counting down the days until Wimbledon 2015. Here is some of the fallout from SW19.  1. Biggest Talking Point Lots of stories could have made this week’s talking point but only two words are needed – Petra Power. Kvitova played a flawless match, crushing Eugenie …

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This Week in Tennis History – Wimbledon Wonders

A pretty historical week in this edition: Billie Jean King makes it 20 at Wimbledon, German tennis reigns supreme, Federer equals Borg and Sampras, Arthur Ashe is born and Andy Murray silences his critics.   July 7th 1979 Billie Jean King wins her record 20th Wimbledon title, teaming with Martina Navratilova to defeat Wendy Turnbull and Betty Stove 5-7, 6-3, …

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Tennis Tuesday – Serena Williams Gone; Big Four Move On

We’re into the second week of Wimbledon and it hasn’t been short of upsets and drama. Much like the French Open, the top seeds in the women’s game have been dropping like flies, as the top 4 prove why they are still a force to be reckon with.   Biggest Talking Point Another Grand Slam, another early round loss for …

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Wimbledon 2014 – Will We Have A New Champion?

With less than a week to the start of Wimbledon, we preview the most prestigious slam on the tennis calendar; Wimbledon at SW19, London. The attendees will be a who’s who of past, present and future tennis greats as Roger Federer looks to win his 8th Wimbledon title, Andy Murray looks to retain his crown, and Rafa Nadal looks to kick …

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