The first week of the Championships at Wimbledon will be remembered for the top men's struggle and the royal presence. But nothing would be as memorable as the Isner-Mahut marathon which brought major changes in the history books with record-breaking achievements.
The Championships at Wimbledon started with a bang this year when the green grass....
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Leading tennis website TennisEarth.com has now launched an interesting round the clock Wimbledon Quiz to keep tennis lovers entertained (and puzzled..., in an intriguing way ofcourse) during the swashbuckling Grand Slam fortnight.
The Quiz, that started on Saturday, Jun 20th, talks about all trivial and major happenings related to Wimbledon's rich history, tradition, and record books. There is a total of three questions that are scheduled to be asked every 8…Continue
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Wimbledon has always been the place for memorable matches. From big serves combined with gliding volleys to grinding rallies mixed with massive ground strokes, the Gladiators of tennis have always been fighting wars of great proportions to prove their metal over the other on the grass courts of Wimbledon. Every match is a blend of efforts and great determination put in by the players involved. However, a few matches at Wimbledon just stand out to be the most memorable matches ever…Continue
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The slick lawns at the All England Lawn Tennis Club have been a witness to Williams' domination over the past decade. With eight out of ten trophies going to the Williams family, this year is unlikely to prove an aberration.
The greenery of the SW19 turns greener for those who fail to clinch title glory during the European claycourt season. All those unfulfilled dreams of Grand success during the first half of the season enter the second innings with the onset of the most prestigious…Continue
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The fortnight at 2010 French Open brought a lot of surprises and witnessed the coronation of an emotional set of champions with Spaniard Rafael Nadal re-affirming his dominance and Francesca Schiavone realising a long-yearning dream with a Grand Slam triumph on Parisian clay.
The 2010 French Open finally came to a close in sensational style when some re-affirmed their supremacy and others rejoiced in that special moment that they dreamt of all their lives. TennisEarth.com…Continue
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The Women's final at the 2010 French Open has brought together two of the most unexpected names in women's tennis. Both Samantha Stosur and Francesca Schiavone had a reputation of pulling upsets at majors, but now we're talking 'silverware'. Who's likelier to clinch her first Grand Slam title in Paris? Read on to find out...!Continue
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Day 11 at the 2010 French Open promises to bring some really good match ups featuring names like Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams. After the unexpected exit of Roger Federer last night, the big names in the tennis world have understood the 'Power of the Underdogs'. What's in store for the fans today, let's take a look at the four quarterfinal matches to find out.
Rafael Nadal vs. Nicolas Almagro -…
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