Thursday, 8 September 2011

Young smasher Claudia Johnson is on the Road to Wimbledon

Tim Henman's Wimbledon Road for Young smasher Claudia Johnson to get a special training session.

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Road to Wimbledon U14 national the
Year 7 Bedford Modern School pupil student participated in open competition and both club and county for a week in the finals by winning Wimbledon is a tournament competition.

12-year-old in mid-July in the county's largest national grass court tournament finals, winning 63 boys and 64 girls got together with his place.

They begins with three round robin games, with four of the last leg was divided into 16 boxes.

Center Court and Court Number One of Johnson's championship played on Court 15, a
nd two in the bottom end of the group went into a draw for sure.

She 6-4 6-1 quarter-final where they, to lose the next two games left to win.

As a result, Johnson, with Henman at Wimbledon on Saturday in a training clinic is a safe place, where she was one of the youngest players.

She said: “It was a really amazing experience playing on the grass courts at Wimbledon, taking part in the practice sessions on the indoor facilities, a players’ dinner and the general atmosphere of a really major national tennis tournament.

“To meet Tim Henman was a real honour and privilege.

“He was a top international player and I admire him. I even picked up some tips on volleying from him!”

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Wimbledon Tennis Championships will be televised by ESPN

Wimbledon Tennis Championships will be televised by ESPN, NBC's broadcast of 43 Grand Slam tournament, ending the run.

ESPN and the All England Club next year launch a 12-year agreement was reached that gives the cable network the U.S. television rights to all matches at Wimbledon Championship. The announcement was made Tuesday.

Espn owns the rights to carry NBC coverage of the tournament with a massive growth in the first round of Wimbledon to television, final broadcast of "Breakfast at Wimbledon" was the culminating with.

The latest four traditional major sports cable network to move the event from the air. College football's Bowl Championship Series title game on ESPN, and TBS is the NCAA basketball finals in four years, starting in 2016 will be offset.

Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic in Belgrade

Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic in Belgrade, where he greeted thousands of tennis fans back to a rapturous reception when it is received.

The 24-year-old open-top bus from the airport to travel to Serbia's parliament square, where held a replica Wimbledon trophies and all the supporters who queued for hours to catch a glimpse of champion had dedicated his victory.

Winbledon Championship: Andy Murray will be not watching men's final for today

Andy Murray will be not watching men's final for today and he will try to forget tennis for a while after his crushing semi-final exit.

The Scot David Haye at the box previous night, world heavyweight title fight with her friend saw it at Wimbledon Championship as his latest attempt to block failure.

A source close to Murray said: “To be honest, he wants to get as far away from tennis as possible for the next few days.”

Great Britain's team in Glasgow is dead but his brother Jamie Davis Cup against Luxembourg next weekend's tie is scheduled to attend.

Murray is Great Britain's team in Glasgow but his brother Jamie against Luxembourg next weekend for the Davis Cup tie is scheduled to attend.

It is easy for teenagers to win Wimbledon Championship

Ashleigh Barty as a landmark for Australia after clinching the Wimbledon junior doubles title, the girls championship trophy was accepted due to the enthusiasm.

But this is a post-match text message in which the local youth had seemed to bring more happiness.

On Sunday was the third seed, beat Russian Irina Khromacheva 7-5 7-6 (7-3) , 15-year-old from Ipswich in Queensland humbled twice Wimbledon champion Evonne Goolagong Cawley and friends were thrilled to receive congratulations.

Barty said, "She sent me a text message after my match saying congratulations. I really like that. We're close. I'm really pleased to be able to talk to her like that".

"She's a nice person to talk to.

"She gives me good confidence, and I'm happy to be a part of her life."

For the first time in Australia this year won two titles - Barty win Saturday's final of the boys of South Australia's Luke Saville after victory.

She said, "I was never going to give up".

"It's the final of junior Wimbledon. I keep trying my guts out for every point.

"I was able to get a few good points in a row and upset her a little bit."

A simple smile and nod of the head with his trophy collection, Barty admitted that he does not usually get excited.

She said, "I just try and keep it pretty simple. That's just my personality really".

Barty began performing tennis aged five because she thought "whacking a ball around a court seemed fun", other Australian players was thankful for the help.

She had her AIS coach Nicole Pratt and Jason Stoltenberg in her players' box and Saville watched from the court one stands.

Barty said, "This morning Jase (Stoltenberg) gave me a bit of a pep talk".

"He was a semi-finalist here. He's been here, done that. He coached Lleyton Hewitt to world No.1.

"Just to be able to share those experiences with those guys is really special."

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Wimbledon Championship 2011 biggest sets for Woman's top seeds

Wimbledon Championship 2011 biggest sets for Woman's top seeds, who has been the tournament's preliminary round at Wimbledon this season destroyed in falling out.

Na Li: Li 2011 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club in London at No. 3 was entered. Earlier this month, he crowned French Open title in 2011, where he won the first round against Alla Kudryavtseva, 6-4 but a 3-6, 8-6 and Germany's Sabine Lisicki in the second round with win against failed. Lee is the first top seed crashes out of Wimbledon player.

Serena Williams: Defending champion Serena injured, the first grass court championships at Eastbourne, where he played in the back. AEGON tournament he lost in the second round. Serena three tough matches, where a 6-3 and 7-6 (6) Marion Bartoli in the fourth round to win the match is lost. Four-time Wimbledon champion Serena Women's All England Club is seeded No. 7 in the rankings.

Venus Williams: Five-time Wimbledon champion Venus No. 25 landed in 2011 at Wimbledon, where he played three rounds and a tough fourth round 6-3, 6-2 and found Pironkova of Bulgaria. The last five months has been out of action, because of hip injury.

Wimbledon Tennis Championships 2011 as major players in women's clothing styles

Wimbledon Tennis Championships 2011 as major players in women's clothing styles of the participants is significant.

Unlike any other Grand Slam at Wimbledon as the players need to wear white.

Groups of participants in the All England Club in 2011 looks a little strange.

American player Venus Williams and Serena Williams, the Wimbledon champion, five time defending champion of the event appeared in a variety of organizations.

Although both players had been eliminated from the tournament early for the event exciting and trendy outfits they will be attractive.

A fake company in the first round of Wimbledon 2011, Venus in the audience were stunned. White dress and a cut back in front of the audience to join in the excitement was a zipped.

On asked about her trendy outfit, Venus said, “It is just kind of like a trendy dress, it's a jumper, jumpers are very now, as is lace. The shoulders have a lot of draping, which is also in at the moment, it is fun.”

Serna dress her sister appeared in a more secure, but it sounded good. He said he would love to be classical.

The American said, “The inspiration was to be classic. So I kind of took classic lines and brought it to tennis with a cardigan as well as the dress”.

Australian tennis star Patrick Rafter has entered Tomic to dump World No.2 Novak Djokovic out of Wimbledon Championship

Former Australian tennis star Patrick Rafter has entered teenager Bernard Tomic to dump World No.2 Novak Djokovic out of Wimbledon Championship.

The 29th seed Nikolay Davydenko of Australia knocked out fifth seed Robin Soderling and is to reach the quarter-finals.

The Sun quoted Rafter, as saying, “Bernard keeps surprising me. He has had a few matches I didn’t think he was really ready for, but he has been very successful”.

He added, “He is a kid you never write off and I give him a very good chance. Nothing would surprise me”.

Only Boris Becker, John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg have made the last eight at a younger age than Tomic.

Saturday, 25 June 2011

5 Potential Women's Finals Matchups at Wimbledon Championship - pictures

Fourth Wimbledon final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on Saturday

Fourth Wimbledon final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on Saturday, two potential competitors cruised into the last 16 as moved a step closer.

World number one Rafael Nadal wrapped a straight sets was a match that was because the rain stopped on Friday, Luxembourg's Gilles Muller won, 7-6 (8 / 6) victory, 7-6 (7 / 5), 6 -0.

Raj winner, Juan Martin del Potro in the last 16 against the royal will face as Muller had only three unforced errors totting up the fourth round as he breezed.

But Nadal, the second week of Wimbledon fortnight, saying the depth of talent in this year's balloting is the most unpredictable tournaments in the men never had a job in the face of it is under no illusions about the scale.

Nadal said, "You never know what's going on. It seems like the best players are playing well. I don't know if I'm gonna win next round, so probably the rest of the players think the same."

Federer, who won a record seventh Wimbledon title for the 28th seed David Nalbandian of Argentina is bidding for a strong fourth round with straight sets in the sacking of romped, 6-4 win, 6-2, 6-4.

Federer insisted he remained as hungry as ever to reclaim his Wimbledon crown. "The day after my victory, the day after my final losses, I've been hungry," Federer. "It doesn't come in phases, I'm always hungry."

The 29 years old is the fact that his final Australian Open Grand Slam win in 2010 came from the blind.

Federer said, "It hasn't been that long. I don't go through days thinking 'God I haven't won a Grand Slam in so long.' You don't cry over stuff like that.

"You guys bring it up and I answer the question. That's it. But I don't get pulled down by it. Acutally I think I get motivation from it."