Grass Roots One: Wimbledon 2010 Faces and Places

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Grass Roots One: Wimbledon 2010 Faces and Places

It’s grass, it’s stars, it’s Pimms, and it’s strawberries.

It’s at once special and egalitarian.

It has the history and tradition of old England but runs like a well-oiled 21st century machine.

Its tickets are within the purse of all, it draws royalty, and it welcomes all-comers.

It is tennis that reverts to its roots yet remains uniquely grassy in the modern tour.

Wimbledon, above all this, is the prize that every player desires.

This celebration, dominated by pictures and helped along by some verbal observations, moves from the unique and rich experience of Wimbledon in Part One, to the eventual champions in Part Three, by way of a liaison with the biggest loss of the week in Part Two.

What better way to start, though, than with the face of Wimbledon’s Open era?

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