Wimbledon 2013: 5 Reasons Championship Is the Grandest of the Grand Slams

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Wimbledon 2013: 5 Reasons Championship Is the Grandest of the Grand Slams
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Roger Federer reacts to winning the 2012 Championships at Wimbledon.

The Championships, Wimbledon are steeped in tradition and the most anticipated Grand Slam.

All Grand Slams award the same amount of points to winners and similar prize money. However, Wimbledon stands above the others. 

The red clay at Roland Garros makes the French Open spectacular; especially the way it seems to frustrate the greats like Roger Federer and Pete Sampras.

The late-night matches at the U.S. Open in New York feature an electric buzz.

The Australian Open gets our attention because it is the first of the Grand Slams in the calendar year.

But none of the other Slams deliver quite the prestige and pageantry of Wimbledon, the grandest of the Grand Slams. 

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