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Wimbledon 2015: Grounds Pass Highlights

Being, for one short, blissful summer, out of education, unemployed, and almost entirely without constraints, I’m getting seriously stuck in to the Championships this year. Despite being on site every day last year, my position as ‘Night Housekeeper’ pretty much scuppered any and all chance of watching the tennis. 468 more words


Wimbledon 2015: 6 Things I've Learn From The First Week!

Djokovic Looks Dominant

Playing the highest ranked player possible in round one looks to have been a blessing in disguise for Novak. It’s meant that he’s had to be fully focussed from the get go and that’s shown in his results. 1,115 more words

Andy Murray on Upset Alert: Here comes Dr. Ivo

Ivo Karlovic: A 36 year old Croatian 6 ft 11 inch serving machine (that’s also a record height for the ATP tour past and present). If you’ve heard his name, you’ve probably heard the word “ace” in the same sentence. 331 more words


Tennis Talk: Wimbledon Week One Round Up

British number one Andy Murray is the only British player through to the second week of The Championships, Wimbledon 2015 after beating Andreas Seppi from Italy in four sets 6-2 6-2 1-6 6-1 to set up a fourth-round match with twenty-third seed Ivo Karlovic from Croatia. 247 more words

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Charlie Christian Transcription

Here’s Charlie’s solo on Grand Slam. It’s short and sweet and it contains some killer licks for playing over a blues. While it may be an old record, a lot of the licks are pretty timeless. 17 more words


Federer’s stats in the 1st week of Wimbledon are phenomenal: An 18th Grand Slam is closer than we think

Roger Federer hasn’t played this well at a major since 2010. He’s better than he was last year when he nearly won the championship again and better than 2012 when he actually did. 164 more words


Serena tells crowd 'Don't try me,' advances to play sister Venus next at Wimbledon

LONDON (AP) — Twice, Serena Williams stood merely two points from a loss at Wimbledon against a British opponent buoyed by a roaring, flag-waving Centre Court crowd. 768 more words