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Wimbledon wouldn’t be Wimbledon without the Americans!


July 7, 2019

Try to imagine Wimbledon over the years without Americans. It just wouldn’t have been the same, would it? Rebellious, record-breaking, glamorous or utterly brilliant, the Americans always add something – and that’s why we can’t wait to welcome them. Cori “Coco” Gauff captured millions of British hearts at the last Championships. The 15-year-old sensationally beat […]

Andy and Serena Charm Centre Court After Federer Makes History


July 6, 2019

Andy Murray and Serena Williams played as though they had been together all their tennis lives. They won in style. Understandable nerves at the start. Then a joyous procession. Harmony. Class. A new superstar dynamic for the game we love. A kiss on each cheek from Andy to Serena. A broad smile from Williams. It worked. […]

Coco Gauff Wins Centre Court Thriller At Fifteen


July 5, 2019

Coco Gauff jumped for joy as her opponent lobbed long and she realised she had pulled off the impossible. The entire world jumped with her. This child star has the power to move so many people and incredibly she seems to be able to handle the pressure against adults. After the joy, a huge sigh. […]

First Saturday Sold-Out! But Seize Your Chance For Next Week!


The first Saturday on Centre Court may be the hottest first-week Wimbledon ticket in living memory – so no wonder we sold out! But don’t worry. Barring any massive upsets, you can still get to see your favourites in the flesh next week! The Saturday Order of Play on Centre Court has to be seen […]

Could Andy Murray And Jo Konta Both Make Finals On Super Saturday?


Andy Murray looked incredible in his opening men’s doubles victory alongside Pierre-Hugues Herbert. So good, in fact, that there must be a strong chance he could feature on Wimbledon’s final Saturday. The main focus that day is of course the women’s final. But the men’s doubles final takes place too. Could we even see Johanna […]

Nadal Downs Kyrgios And Murray Makes Winning Return


July 4, 2019

Rafael Nadal defeated the fiery Nick Kyrgios in one of the most gripping and bad-tempered matches since the playing days of John McEnroe. Meanwhile Andy Murray made his much-anticipated return to Wimbledon action after an absence of some 723 days. He was quite brilliant in the men’s doubles. Andy admitted: ‘I was a bit nervous […]

Dart Faces Barty Read Our Exclusive


With Harriet Dart sensationally through to play top seed Ashleigh Barty at Wimbledon, take a fresh look at our WDH exclusive with Dart back in March. See how her love of grass, patriotic British crowds and her strong work ethic have taken her so far. And understand why being ditched by Jay Clarke for Coco […]

Jay Clarke Faces Federer Read Our Clarke Exclusive


At WDH we love our tennis and we focused on Jay Clarke weeks before he hit the big time by playing Roger Federer or partnering Coco Gauff at Wimbledon. Check Out Our Exclusive Interview With Jay Clarke We sat down with Jay Clarke the British No.5 for a special interview to find out more about him. […]

Five-Set Heartbreak for Edmund and Wawrinka


July 3, 2019

Kyle Edmund played through the pain in a desperate effort to score what would have been a supremely brave victory against Fernando Verdasco. But it simply wasn’t to be. You cannot play at this level and expect to prevail once your movement has been significantly hampered. Edmund winced and bent over as he appeared to […]

Could Murray and Serena Make It The Greatest Final Sunday Ever?


Andy Murray and Serena Williams have been tipped to reach the Mixed Doubles final together at Wimbledon. This invites the following intriguing question: could the final Sunday at Wimbledon be the greatest ever? Picture the scene on July 14. Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal could play Novak Djokovic in the men’s final. Another classic on […]

Victorious Konta Upstaged By Clarke Fairytale


Johanna Konta is used to being the centre of attention among British fans at Wimbledon when Andy Murray isn’t around. And considering the pressure on Konta’s shoulders as she carries a nation’s hopes into the tournament, she performed well in her opener. Konta beat the Romanian, Ana Bogdan 7-5, 6-2 to progress comfortably enough. In […]

Gauff Lives Dream While Other Youngsters Have Nightmares


July 2, 2019

Cori “Coco” Gauff showed the men what fearless youth can do at sunny Wimbledon. But for rising stars Stefanos Tsitsipas and Sascha Zverev the dream died early at the greatest Grand Slam. The shocks had begun on Centre Court when world number two Naomi Osaka saw her confidence seep away during a strange defeat to […]

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