It is a very satisfying feeling for a writer to see his/her predictions come true at the end of the most awaited events of the year. Wimbledon, for one is unparalleled in terms of legacy, history and prestige. Same holds true for the Williams and Spanish Hegemony that saw the finish line with yet another set of winner's trophy. About two weeks ago, many tennis critics, myself included, predicted Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal's victory at SW19, and a fortnight later, things happened just as EXPECTED. When it comes to Wimbledon, why does legacy matter so much?
Roll of Honour -
Men's Singles - Rafael Nadal (Click here to enjoy the Men's Singles Final commentary)
Women's Singles - Serena Williams (Click here to enjoy the Women's Singles Final commentary)
Men's Doubles - Jurgen Melzer/Philipp Petzschner
Women's doubles - Vania King/Yaroslava Shvedova
Mixed Doubles - Cara Black/Leander Paes
Boys' Singles - Marton Fucsovics
Girls' Singles - Kristyna Pliskova
The Winners -
The 2010 Championships will be remembered for Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal's astonishing .................
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