Wimbledon 2019

What to take (and think) from Wimbledon 2019

Wimbledon, the third Grand Slam of the season, is now a thing of the past. In its wake, it left with a few thoughts and questions. OPINION - The finals have...
Novak Djokovic

Fifth Wimbledon for Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic edged Roger Federer in five sets, including a deciding tiebreak, to claim his fifth Wimbledon title, following an epic final. It took 4h57, five sets and the first (and only)...
Wimbledon 2019 - Simona Halep

Simona Halep, queen of Wimbledon 2019

Wimbledon has a new queen: Simona Halep, who succeeds Angelique Kerber as the SW19 women's singles champion. There is an old cliché that is ever living in the sports world: the match...
Grand Slams - Anderson vs Isner

Marathon matches at Grand Slams must end

A lot of people have been saying it for a while, and this Wimbledon made everyone repeat it anew: marathon matches at Grand Slams must end once and for all! It is difficult to understand that, after the 70-68 win of...

Serena Williams’s inspiring Wimbledon run

At only her second Grand Slam appearance since being pregnant, and giving birth, to her daughter, Serena Williams reached no less than the Wimbledon final. A sure sign that she is back in great form, indeed. However, most important...

In-form Angelique Kerber wins her first Wimbledon crown

Two years after losing her first Wimbledon final to the hands of Serena Williams, Angelique Kerber turned things around, as she defeated the American 6-3, 6-3 to claim her first crown at The Championships. In the final, the German played...
Wimbledon - Kevin Anderson

Wimbledon – Surprises and familiar faces in the men’s semis

On Friday, the Wimbledon men's semifinals will be a mixture of familiar faces and surprises. If the bottom half match will feature an old rivalry, the one from the top half will be completely new, at least for one...
Wimbledon - Angelique Kerber

Wimbledon – High quality women’s semifinals

The Wimbledon women's semifinals will be played this Thursday, and needless to say that they promise to be high quality matches. After all, despite the quick and massive exodus of the top 10, the remaining players are respectively seeded...
Leylah Annie Fernandez

A big first for Leylah Annie Fernandez

Before Roehampton, last week, Leylah Annie Fernandez had never played on grass. The 15-year-old Canadian did well in this first time, reaching the round of 16 before making her way to Wimbledon. A nice experience What was Fernandez expecting of that...
Roger Federer and Marin Cilic in the Wimbledon final

An utterly human Wimbledon final

If the 2017 Wimbledon gentlemen's final between Roger Federer and Marin Cilic could be described in only one word, it would be human