Kvitova: I reached My Goal At Wimbledon

Petra Kvitova blows kisses at her fans after her ouster from Wimbledon.BY ABAYOMI JOHNSON Petra Kvitova believes she reached her goal at 2017 Wimbledon despite exiting the tournament sooner than expected. The world number 11 stated this on her Instagram page on Friday after her remarkable return to the event ended with 6-3, 1-6, 6-2

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2017 Wimbledon Day 1 Wrap

MurrayMurray Opens Defence In Style Defending champions, Andy Murray opens his title defence with a straightforward 6-1, 6-4, 6-2 win over Alexander Bublik. Venus under way with win over Mertens Five-time champion Venus Williams came through a tricky first-round test against Belgian Elise Mertens on Monday emerging with a 7-6(7) 6-4 victory. The 37-year-old American

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Pliskova Fires Wimbledon Warning With Eastbourne Win

Pliskova Fires Wimbledon Warning With Eastbourne WinEastbourne, Britain – July 1, 2017 Czech Republic’s Karolina Pliskova celebrates with trophy after winning in the Final against Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs Karolina Pliskova gave herself the perfect pre-Wimbledon tonic by lifting the Aegon International title on the grass at Eastbourne, defeating Caroline Wozniacki

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Kerber:I’m Starting From Zero At Wimbledon

Germany’s Angelique Kerber in action during her first round match against Russia’s Ekaterina MakarovaReuters / Pascal Rossignol World number one Angelique Kerber says she has put her disastrous claycourt season firmly behind her and will have to start “from zero” at Wimbledon as she attempts to rediscover her best tennis over the next few months.

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Djokovic Relishes Eastbourne Triumph

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic celebrates with the trophy after winning the final against France’s Gael Monfils Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs Novak Djokovic looked to have regained his confidence and form just in time for another concerted Wimbledon assault as he carved out an emphatic win over Gael Monfils in the Aegon International grasscourt final at

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Kerber Ready For Grass Season

Kerber World number one Angelique Kerber needs no reminding how perilous life on Tour can be when you are the player everyone wants to knock off their perch. Less than a month ago she became the first top seed to lose in the French Open first round in the professional era when she was dumped

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Halep: French Open Defeat Still Killing Me

Simona Halep Romania’s Simona Halep said her bitter French Open final defeat by Jelena Ostapenko was still “killing her” as she looked forward to making amends at next week’s Wimbledon. “I still have, before going to sleep, some thoughts about that final,” Halep, who will face Ying-Ying Duan of China at the Aegon International in

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