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Djokovic wins Wimbledon 2015 Final

Jul 13, 2015
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Novak Djokovic grazed on Wimbledon’s green pastures for the third time (Photo: The Week)

Roger Federer lost in four sets against Novak Djokovic in a vastly interesting and thrilling gentlemen’s singles final of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships.
 

A fitting match closed the men’s singles event of the Wimbledon 2015 final, as the world’s two best players met at the Centre Court of the All England Club. Though Roger Federer played as good as ever in the tournament, Novak Djokovic won the first set of the title decider in a tie-break. The second set brought the best tie-break in Wimbledon in 35 years, as Federer outlasted seven Djokovic set points to equalize. The momentum seemed to be on Federer’s side after that, however Djokovic was able to shape up, and he came back stronger. The rain caused a short stoppage in the third set, and after the players returned, it was virtually no question that the Serb will wrap up the match eventually.

The Guardian: Wimbledon 2015 final: Novak Djokovic ends era of Big Four to stand alone

 

After Novak Djokovic won the Wimbledon 2015 final of the men’s singles event, an era is considered to be over. There is no more the domination of the big four of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. Djokovic is clearly the best of the world and he is ahead of the others.

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The era of the Big Four now officially ended (Photo: eurosport)

By beating Roger Federer in London, Djokovic captured his third Wimbledon title, and his ninth Grand Slam title overall. The Serb would have retained the leading spot in the ATP ranking even if he went down against Federer in the Sunday final anyway, however, by conquering the Centre Court once again, he made a statement, pointing out to followers of sports scores that he is the undisputable number one at the moment.

Djokovic demonstrated that when he is in top form, no one is able to overcome him. Even Federer, who is in way better shape than he was in the last couple of years, was unable to beat the Serb though they were playing in Wimbledon Centre Court, which is considered as the Swiss’ own house, where he won a record seven titles.

The Telegraph: Wimbledon 2015 final: Novak Djokovic beats Roger Federer to capture his third title

 

At the end of an interesting and exciting Wimbledon tournament, the best player in the world picked up the title both in the gentlemen’s and in the ladies’ singles competition. After Serena Williams won on Saturday, Novak Djokovic was also able to top his own field in a tight game against Roger Federer.

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Novak Djokovic refused to be stopped (Photo: Reuters)

The match also included an instant classic tie-break at the end of the second set. According to pundits and keen followers of live sports results, the Wimbledon 2015 final was the best in that regard since the legendary final between Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe in 1980. Federer was able to avoid seven Djokovic set points, to win it by 12-10.

Djokovic became really upset only once during the final, and if he will reach a point, where he will be able to handle the biggest matches without such explosions, he might be simply unbeatable. Yet, he overcame this episode, and wrapped up the game as only he can, to win his third Wimbledon title.

The New York Times: Roger Federer’s Loss at Wimbledon Is Disappointing, but Not Devastating

 

Roger Federer lost the 2015 Wimbledon final 7-6, 6-7, 6-4,6-3 against Novak Djokovic on Sunday. Though, enjoying his fine shape recently he clearly came to win the tournament, he was quite upbeat after the defeat against world’s number one, gambling news report.

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Despite giving his best and playing well, Federer couldn’t stop Djokovic (Photo: BPI)

Federer said, “I still think I had a great tournament. You can have good tournaments without winning as well at the end. I still won six matches and lost one. The ratio still remains very good. But of course, you walk away empty-handed.” He added, “I’m right there. My game is good. I got broken very few times this tournament. I played on my terms. Things are all right.”

Federer is 33, which is an age when most tennis players have retired already. However the Swiss continues his career and he just reinforced his status as world’s number 2 with his performance and his achievement, collecting the runners-up trophy in Southwest London.

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Roger Federer Is Back to His Best at Wimbledon

Jul 07, 2015
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Roger Federer shows high class at Wimbledon (Photo: The Guardian)

Caroline Wozniacki thinks that those who arrange tennis schedules in Wimbledon, tend to prefer male players to female colleagues, as women have hardly any opportunity to show themselves on the Centre Court. After he crashed out on a smaller court, the major venue saw a Roger Federer, who looked ten years younger than his actual age, taking Roberto Bautista Agut apart at ease. The Swiss, who is on his way to his record eight Wimbledon title, might have terrified his rivals with that outstanding performance. The second week also saw another special moment, when the Williams sisters faced each other on the Centre Court.

 

The Guardian: Caroline Wozniacki accuses Wimbledon of a bias to men on show courts

 

Danish professional tennis player Carolin Wozniacki accused the Wimbledon organizers with some sort of sexism as he thinks that female players don’t get as much playing time at the major courts like their male colleagues. Wozniacki slapped the Wimbledon directors after she crashed out in the round of 16.

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Wozniacki accuses WImbledon as of being sexist (Photo: The Guardian)

The 6-4, 6-4 loss against Garbiñe Muguruza was the fifth exit from the tournament at that stage in Wozniacki’s career, as she never reached the quarter-finals in Southwest London. She suggested angrily that women tennis players should get exactly the number of matches on the show courts like men do, gambling news report.

She said, “I would love to play on a big court. I think that’s what it’s all about; you work hard and practice to play on the big courts. The women really haven’t gotten the opportunity here to play on the big courts. You only get one women’s match on Court One and Centre Court.”

 

BBC.com: Wimbledon 2015: Roger Federer breezes into quarter-finals

 

Swiss icon Roger Federer was on fire against Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut in the round of 16 at the Wimbledon Championships. Federer displayed top class tennis as he dispatched Bautista Agut 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 to reach the quarter-final where he will meet France’s Gilles Simon, online gambling news report.

The seven-time Wimbledon champion holds the record of the most Grand Slam wins in London together with Pete Sampras and Willie Renshaw. He said after the match, “I don’t think I made a statement. I did a nice job making the transition. It was a good match. I got off to a good start and kept rolling. Obviously maybe Roberto wasn’t at his very best.”

Butista Agut had no answer for the wide range of shots Federer used in their respective match. It seems that the Swiss is back to his best days, though keen followers of live sports results might have noticed that he also uses a serve-and-volley game under the coaching of Stefan Edberg. The Spaniard suffered an ankle injury in the third set, but he finished the match after a quick medical treatment.

 

NYTimes.com: Serena and Venus Williams Are Siblings Forever, but Rivals for Not Much Longer

 

American tennis superstar Serena Williams defeated her older sister in the fourth round of the Wimbledon Championships. She said after the game, “It definitely doesn’t get easier. But today I was out there, and I thought: ‘Wow. I’m 33, and she just turned 35. I don’t know how many more moments like this we’ll have.’ ”

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Serena defeats her sister Venus in the 4th round of Wimbledon. (Photo: New York Times)

Serena Williams expressed that she wanted to keep on playing for a few years, but maybe that was the last time she had the opportunity to play against her sister on the Wimbledon Centre Court, where each of them won five singles titles. She added, “I just wanted to take the moment in. I remember when we were 8 years old. We dreamed of these moments. It was kind of surreal there.”

Actually, Venus was who paved the way for her younger sister, as followers of sports scores might remember, since she was who first won a Grand Slam title for the Williams family, and she was the first who reached number one in the WTA rankings.

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Amazing Roger Federer Trickshot during Gilette Ad Shoot

Aug 19, 2010
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Betfair punters win $600,000 betting on obscure tennis tournament; investigation ongoing

Jul 12, 2010
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Would you believe that, with the 2010 World Cup, Wimbledon and Major League Baseball all in full swing, one of the most popular wagers on the Internet was on a grass-court tennis tournament in Rhode Island?

Neither does the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), an independent investigative body, which has ordered an investigation into a match between Richard Bloomfield of Britain and Belgium’s Chistophe Rochus in which $1.5 million was wagered on Bloomfield at Betfair online sportsbook. Betfair reported the irregular activity to the TIU and is expected to hand over information on the specific bets made on Bloomfield.

Bloomfield began the Newport Hall of Fame grass-court tournament ranked no. 552 in the world, while Rochus was at no. 160. Bloomfield was getting odds of 1:1 to win the best-of-three set match the day before, but just hours before first serve, those odds had shrunk to 1:4. After taking the first set and live odds betting continuing to roll in, Bloomfield had odds of 1:8 on him.

Betfair spokesman Tony Calvin later explained to Associated Press reporters that “If people are willing to risk £4 pounds to win £1, that is indicative of a substantial gamble.”

No official word has been released on how much the “lucky” punters who backed Bloomfield won from Betfair, but estimates say it’s $600,000 minimum.

Bloomfield won the contest in two sets and is not suspected of any wrongdoing, despite a 2006 investigation in a similar situation – he won that match, too. “I don’t know what to say,” said Bloomfield. “I know England’s a big betting nation. It seems like every time I win a decent match, [controversy] comes up.”

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Wimbledon Longest Tennis Match In History John Isner Vs. Nicolas Mahut

Jun 24, 2010
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Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova will reunite for a double act at Wimbledon

May 06, 2010

Martina Hingis and Anna Kournikova will team up to play in the women’s senior doubles at Wimbledon this year.

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Martina Hingis will play a senior doubles event at Wimbledon with longtime doubles partner Anna Kournikova. Hingis and Kournikova won two Australian Open titles together in 1999 and 2002. The 29-year-old Hingis retired from the WTA Tour in 2007, the 28-year-old Kournikova hasn’t played since 2003.

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Amazing Point – Nadal vs Hanescu in Rome 2010 Semi

May 04, 2010
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The Story of Rafael Nadal “Rafa”s Success

Apr 14, 2010
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Spanish tennis superstar Rafael Nadal, nicknamed “Rafa”, will step out onto the clay today at the 2010 Monte-Carlo Masters, making his debut in the 103rd iteration of this annual event. For the past five years, Nadal has played in this ATP Masters Series tournament, and each of those years, he won first place in the single title. Now he’s at it again, battling against last year’s finalist Novak Djokovic and wild card entry Andy Murray, hoping to break a world tennis record by grabbing his sixth straight Masters title.

Nadal, 23, is entering this year’s Monte-Carlo Masters with a 29-1 career record, and is walking proud with 27 straight wins since he lost to Guillermo Coria in 2003. Today he will be playing his 201st ATP World Tour Masters 1000 match – an astonishing number for a player his age. Nadal stands tall at 6’1”, and is a very imposing figure on the court. His aggressive play style and massive forehand make him a formidable player.

He began playing tennis when he was three years old. Right away his uncle Toni, a former tennis pro, recognized the youngster’s talent for the game; Toni has been coaching him ever since. Nadal won his first championship when he was eight, which made him work even harder at training and practicing. Around this time, Toni began encouraging him to play left-handed (Nadal is naturally right-handed), a move which would give him an advantage on the court. He still uses this strategy today.

As a teen, Nadal was also an adept football player, and was heavily involved in both sports. His father, concerned about the boy’s academic future, forced him to choose just one. Obviously, Nadal chose tennis. The choice paid off, and by the age of 17, Nadal was already ranked among the 50 best tennis players in the world.

His entrance into the pro circuit was met with some criticism – not because of how Nadal played, but because of how he looked. His propensity to wear sleeveless shirts, below-the-knee trousers and a bandana drew endless mocking from the press. One television commenter even joked that he showed up to a game wearing his sister’s clothes. Nadal shrugged the jokes off, and went on to play like a champ.

Nadal’s career exploded in 2005 when he dominated the spring clay court season, winning 25 consecutive matches and establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with. This year earned him the ATP Most Improved Player of the Year award. By now Nadal was ranked number 5 in the world, making him the youngest player to make it into the Top 10 since Andrei Medvedev in 1993.

The years since have been a battle against injuries forcing off-court time here and there, but overall his path of progress has been a steep climb towards the top. Now, Nadal is confident that he will claim his 6th straight Monte-Carlo Masters title this year. His primary adversary Roger Federer is not playing this year, giving Nadal a good chance of fulfilling his goal. “I’ve always been a winner”, Nadal says in an official press release. “And will soon be one again!”

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Nadal aims for sixth straight Monte-Carlo Masters title

Apr 13, 2010

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