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Jelena sends hearts and kisses to husband Novak Djokovic after missing Wimbledon final

Jelena sends hearts and kisses to husband Novak Djokovic after missing Wimbledon final

JELENA DJOKOVIC could not be inside Centre Court to watch her husband win his fifth Wimbledon crown – so had to send her love on social media. World No1 Novak, 32, beat Roger Federer in a thrilling five-set final which lasted just shy of five hours, making it the longest singles final in the tournament’s history. Jelena Djokovic took to social media

Five facts that prove just how epic the 2019 Wimbledon men's singles final was

Five facts that prove just how epic the 2019 Wimbledon men's singles final was

The 2019 Wimbledon men's singles final had all the makings of an epic showdown: Reigning champion Novak Djokovic attempting to defend his title, Roger Federer on track to become the oldest man in the Open era to win a Grand Slam singles title and the potential for a new rule to decide the winner if a tie break became necessary. When the two met on

Novak Djokovic tops Roger Federer in epic final to claim fifth Wimbledon title

Novak Djokovic tops Roger Federer in epic final to claim fifth Wimbledon title

In a match that produced history on multiple levels, Novak Djokovic showed that while Roger Federer may be the GOAT, he is the current king. The world No. 1 won his fifth Wimbledon title Sunday, dispatching his longtime rival 7-6 (7-5), 1-6, 7-6 (7-4), 4-6, 13-12 (7-3) in an epic heavyweight duel that saw fans, royals and celebrities who flocked to

Why is there a pineapple on the top of the Wimbledon trophy?

Why is there a pineapple on the top of the Wimbledon trophy?

WINNING Wimbledon is one of the greatest feats a tennis player can achieve. Every year the All England Club hosts two weeks of fantastic competition, with the victor of the men’s event lifting the extravagant Gentlemen’s Singles Trophy. Andy Murray lifts the trophy in 2016 – with the pineapple visible at the top PA:Press Association Why does the Wimbledon

Who is the ‘man in the hat’ at Wimbledon, David Spearing, when did he last miss a day and which famous people has he met?

Who is the ‘man in the hat’ at Wimbledon, David Spearing, when did he last miss a day and which famous people has he met?

WIMBLEDON attracts the world’s best tennis players to the All England Club. But many fans are wondering who the famous ‘man in the hat’ is and just why is he always there. The ‘man in the hat’ is David Spearing, a Wimbledon steward Times Newspapers Ltd Who is the ‘man in the hat’ at Wimbledon? For tennis lovers, David Spearing is living the dream,

Mark Philippoussis stumbles into spectators but styles it out with hilarious drink gag in Wimbledon doubles match

Mark Philippoussis stumbles into spectators but styles it out with hilarious drink gag in Wimbledon doubles match

MARK PHILIPPOUSSIS took a refreshing sip out of a spectator’s drink after accidentally stumbling into the crowd during a match. The 42-year-old may be retired, but he’s still able to conjure up some funny moments on the court. Mark Philippousis cracked up fans as he took a big gulp from a fan’s drink He also posed for a selfie with a young supporter

When was Serena Williams’ daughter born and is the Wimbledon finalist’s baby named after husband Alexis Ohanian?

When was Serena Williams’ daughter born and is the Wimbledon finalist’s baby named after husband Alexis Ohanian?

SERENA Williams gave birth to her first child and married her partner Alexis Ohanian in 2017. Here is all you need to know about the birth and Serena’s views on motherhood. Splash News Serena Williams whilst pregnant with her first child[/caption] When was Serena Williams’ baby born? The tennis legend revealed she was 22 weeks pregnant in mid-April

So, guys, you reckon you could take a point off Serena Williams? | Alex Clark

So, guys, you reckon you could take a point off Serena Williams? | Alex Clark

L et us for a minute extend the benefit of the doubt to the 12% of men who believe they could take a point from Serena Williams in a tennis match, no doubt further emboldened by her defeat in the Wimbledon final . For who can say what manner of fugue state they fell into as they answered a simple polling question? Could they have collectively imagined,