Wimbledon Men's Final - Awesome Alcaraz defends title, Djokovic denied grand slam #25
Tennis Weekly
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5d ago
It’s the final episode from Tennis Weekly as the Wimbledon fortnight draws to a close, and Joel, Kim and Chris are back together to dissect the Men’s Singles Final which saw Carlos Alcaraz dominate Novak Djokovic to successfully defend his Wimbledon title. In a comprehensive straight sets victory, Alcaraz delighted fans on Centre Court, outclassing Djokovic to do the rare Roland Garros and Wimbledon double (also known as 'The Channel Slam'). Elsewhere, Alfie Hewett won his first Wimbledon wheelchair singles title to complete a career Grand Slam as well as winning another wheelchair doubles ti ..read more
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Wimbledon Final Day 13 - Barbora Krejcikova wins 2nd singles slam, Henry Patten does it for the brits in doubles
Tennis Weekly
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6d ago
Wimbledon Ladies Singles Final Day at Wimbledon 2024 which saw Barbora Krejcikova pick up her second Grand Slam singles title, conquering the grass of SW19. With a gritty three set win over rising Italian star Jasmine Paolini, Krejcikova became the 5th Czech women’s Wimbledon Champion in history and the seventh first time winner of the Venus Rosewater dish in a row. Britain’s Henry Patten also clinched the Men’s doubles title with his Finnish partner Harri Heliovaara in dramatic fashion, saving Championships points to win in a Championship tiebreak. Whilst Taylor Townsend and Katerina Siniako ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 12 - Rematch! Alcaraz vs Djokovic final is ON in epic Sunday Showdown
Tennis Weekly
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1w ago
And there we have it... Novak Djokovic versus Carlos Alcaraz at Wimbledon once again is ON! Joel and Kim catch up on the Men’s Singles semi finals which saw both Carlitos and Djokovic make their way through to set up a repeat of last year’s thrilling Final. Novak Djokovic has defied the skeptics and reached his 6th consecutive Wimbledon Final just weeks after knee surgery, dispatching first time semi finalist Lorenzo Musetti in straight sets. Meanwhile, earlier in the day, Carlos Alcaraz sent Daniil Medvedev packing, coming from a set down yet again and demonstrating some liberating tennis en ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 11 - Paolini wins longest ever semi-final at SW19, Krejcikova goes for slam number 2
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1w ago
It's women’s semi-finals day at Wimbledon! And what a treat it was served up on Centre Court as Donna Vekic and Jasmine Paolini played the longest women’s semi in Wimbledon history, and Barbora Krejcikova knocked out 2022 Champion Elena Rybakina. Jasmine Paolini won a titanic tussle with Donna Vekic in a final set tie break to make her second straight Slam final, whilst Barbora Krejcikova will be looking to add a grass court slam to her Roland Garros trophy from 2021. They also look ahead to tomorrow’s men’s semi final action and predict whether we are likely to see another Djokovic vs. Alca ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 10 - Ruthless Rybakina rolls on, Musetti slices into semis + Barty's back!
Tennis Weekly
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1w ago
Joel and Kim catch up on day 10 at Wimbledon, which saw the sun come out again and showers clear but also disappointment for Alex de Minaur who had to withdrew ahead of his quarter final against Novak Djokovic, giving the 7 time Champ a free pass into the semi finals. Meanwhile, Italian tennis shows its current strength and depth with Lorenzo Musetti joining Jasmine Paolini in the semi final line up with a wily 5 set victory over Taylor Fritz. The women’s final four is also sealed with straight set wins for 2022 Champion Elena Rybakina over a spirited but outclassed Elina Svitolina, and 2021 ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 9 - Sick Sinner sent packing, perfect play from Paolini, awesome Alcaraz advances
Tennis Weekly
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1w ago
The dream Wimbledon semi-final of Sinner vs Alcaraz is OFF. Jannik Sinner was struck down by sickness but battled on to lose a tightly fought 5 setter against iron man Daniil Medvedev. Medvedev winning another 5 setter and reversing the Australian Open result that left him heartbroken in January. He will face Carlos Alcaraz who just keeps getting better and better. He hit scary heights of form in his 4 set victory over Tommy Paul and the defending Champion is looking like the one to beat at Wimbledon. In the women’s draw the sun set on Lulu Sun’s dream run at the hands of experienced grass co ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 8 - Djokovic 'disrespected', Penko POWER is back, Moorrgs vs Zverev
Tennis Weekly
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1w ago
Drama was the dish of the day at Wimbledon and it was best served on Centre Court. We saw Novak Djokovic “disrespected” by the Centre Court crowd, or was he? Were they chanting Rune or “booo” either way the 7 time Champion believed it crossed a line.  Taylor Fritz became the latest player to defeat Sasha Zverev in 5 sets when he came from two sets to love down to win. His girlfriend, the most famous woman in men’s tennis shared her thoughts on social media and this seemed to cause a stir with the German… On the women’s side heartbreak for Kalinskaya who lose out to Rybakina when she ret ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 7 - Sinner vs Alcaraz on track, Raducanu talks Murray, Lulu Sun lights up SW19
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1w ago
We hear exclusively from Emma Raducanu on that Judy Murray tweet and telling Andy Murray she was pulling out of the doubles, Lulu Sun on qualifying, Carlos Alcaraz and Donna Vekic as the first week of Wimbledon draws to a close. Kim and Chris wrap up the action from Day 7 of The Championships, as the 4th round action gets underway on a day filled with sunshine and showers. Emma Raducanu bowed out to inspired qualifier Lulu Sun amidst ongoing debate about her decision to withdraw from the mixed doubles with Andy Murray, whilst 2nd seed Coco Gauff was knocked out by compatriot Emma Navarro in ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 5 - Alcaraz vs Sinner on track, Raducanu run continues, Gauff sees off Sonay
Tennis Weekly
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2w ago
Carlos Alcaraz and Frances Tiafoe's five set thriller lit up Wimbledon on a very wet and gloomy day in SW19. We hear from Carlos Alcaraz in his own words on why he is SO and SO tough to beat in 5th sets as well as Jasmine Paolini on her improving relationship on grass. Emma Raduncau was the British highlight of the day and her relentless dismantling of Maria Sakkari harked back to that US Open 2021 run when she defeated the same opponent in the semi-finals. We hear from Emma on how this performance ranks in her most fun matches and also her next opponent Lulu Sun on her fascinating background ..read more
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Wimbledon Day 4 - Andy Murray's emotional farewell, Djokovic knee tested, Swiatek show on Centre
Tennis Weekly
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2w ago
The Andy Murray Wimbledon farewell ceremony has happened and boy was it emotional. There wasn't a dry eye in Centre Court as Jamie Murray and Andy Murray bowed out in the doubles first round. After the contest Sue Barker returned for one last time to lead a tribute to Andy Murray that featured Novak Djokovic, Venus Williams, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Joel asked Andy what could be his final ever press conference question at Wimbledon and Andy reflected on this tribute verses THAT ceremony at the Australian Open in 2019. Elsewhere Novak Djokovic's movement was tested and the knee injury l ..read more
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