Day two at Wimbledon features Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Click here to read the latest from The Championships.
Greetings and welcome to the 2015 Wimbledon championships and the beginning of two weeks of coverage of the year’s most prestigious tennis tournament, courtesy of The Satellite Serve.
Welcome to Tennis Elbow, the column that looks back on the week that was in the world of tennis. This week, Charles Blouin-Gascon previews the third Grand Slam of the season.
Even with the extra week between the French Open and Wimbledon, top seed Novak Djokovic was nowhere to be seen during the warm up events. Will the lack of match play hurt the world No. 1 as he attempts to defend his title? How about Andy Murray and Roger Federer? The duo won respective 500 level events leading into Wimbledon and there's no doubt that they are two of the top five favorites to win the title.
by: Tom Cochrane Former champion Lleyton Hewitt has played his last competitive match at Wimbledon, the 2002 winner going down 11-9 in the deciding set to fellow veteran Jarkko... [Read more]
by: Tom Cochrane Greetings and welcome to the 2015 Wimbledon championships and the beginning of two weeks of coverage of the year’s most prestigious tennis tournament, courtesy... [Read more]