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Wimbledon 2013 giant killers fail to match dizzy heights
Steve Darcis, Sergei Stakhovsky and Michelle Larcher De Brito stunned Wimbledon in 2013 when they knocked-out Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova respectively. But all three failed to match those dizzy heights in the following 12 months.
Grigor Dimitrov targets Wimbledon glory
The 23-year-old’s maiden success on grass makes him the first player since Roger Federer and David Ferrer in 2012 to win titles on three different surfaces in the same year after his victories on hard courts in Acapulco and clay in Bucharest.
Magnificent seven for Roger Federer in Halle
The 32-year-old was forced to work hard to overcome a stubborn Falla who refused to roll over against his illustrious opponent. “I’ve left a little bit of my heart there,” Federer said after his seventh victory in nine Halle finals.
Grigor Dimitrov crowned king of Queen’s
Dimitrov’s maiden success on grass makes him the first player since Roger Federer and David Ferrer in 2012 to win titles on three different surfaces in the same year after his victories on hard courts in Acapulco and clay in Bucharest.
Martina Hingis gets Wimbledon wild card for doubles
Martina Hingis is returning to play at Wimbledon for the first time in seven years.
Martina Hingis gets Wimbledon wild card for doubles
Martina Hingis is returning to play at Wimbledon for the first time in seven years.
Novak Djokovic still hopes for French Open victory
Despite losing to Nadal at Roland Garros in the last three years — in the final of 2012 and the semifinals last year — Djokovic said he still had hope, all the more so for the long standing ovation he received at the start of the prize ceremony.
Golden era is coming to an end, says Rafael Nadal
Golden era is coming to an end, says Rafael Nadal
Nadal took his Paris record to a staggering 66 wins against just one loss since his debut as a 19-year-old in 2005.
Double delight for Maria Sharapova
Russian star claims second French Open title to be counted a clay-court legend now
Nadal wins ninth French Open, 14th Grand Slam
Nadal wins ninth French Open, 14th Grand Slam
His tally of 14 majors equals the mark of Pete Sampras and puts him just three behind the all-time record of Roger Federer who is almost five years older.
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