Wimbledon 2014: Winners and Losers from All England Club

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Wimbledon 2014: Winners and Losers from All England Club
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Put away the strawberries and cream until next year. Gulp down that final glass of Pimm's. Add some color back into your wardrobe. The Wimbledon fortnight has officially come to a close.

Petra Kvitova won the women's championship, proving that her run to the title in 2011 was anything but a fluke. By dominating Canadian sensation Eugenie Bouchard, Kvitova announced herself as the best grass-court player of her generation.

Her date to the Wimbledon ball will look familiar. Novak Djokovic won the men's title in an epic five-set affair over Roger Federer, so the 2011 men's champion will join Kvitova at the Champions' Dinner once again.

It was a fortnight of inspirational stories, head-scratching defeats and emotional victories from start to finish. We saw the younger generation start to rise, the older generation push back and legends push themselves to the brink.

Here are all of the winners and losers from a memorable two weeks at the All England Club.

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