Murray and Williams won their respective Wimbledon singles titles in 2016, now according to him, playing with the 23 Grand Slam winner Williams is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity which he could not miss.
If Gauff wins Wimbledon this year, she’d be the youngest ever to do so, after 15-year-old Charlotte ‘Lottie’ Dod who won the championship more than a century ago, back in 1887.
American tennis prodigy Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff, at 15 years, just became the youngest player in the Open era to advance into Wimbledon. In the first round, her challenge will be compatriot Venus Williams. Their match will mark the biggest age gap between two players since 2004, Venus is 23 years older than Gauff.
While talking about Serena Williams, John McEnroe warned that she, who turns 38 in September, only has a maximum of two years to win a record-equalling title, or she won’t be able to since she is multi-tasking in way too many paths.
Naomi Osaka admits she has a long way to go to turn her mastery of hard courts onto success on grass as she prepares for Wimbledon.
Tennis veteran Martina Navratilova has lashed out at BBC for pay gap. She said fellow commentator John McEnroe is paid 10 times…
Garbine Muguruza showed an unbeatable performance today at the Wimbledon women’s singles final at the All England Club. Venus Williams,…
Athletes bring glory to their countries and however much we applaud them for their achievements, it’s just not enough. But sometimes, athletes have to face lunatic fans and the experience can leave one with a bitter aftertaste. Something similar happened to Barbora Strycova who on Monday (July 3) was unexpectedly threatened by a ‘so-called’ follower during her first round match in Wimbledon.
The Wimbledon tennis championships are beginning on Monday (July 3). While both men and women’s champions will earn an equal at £2.2 million at the end of the tournament, the question is whether both genders get equal treatment. And according to an analysis, the treatment is far from equal.