1. Wimbledon 2011: Williams Sisters, Navratilova, Memorable Women's Singles Finals

    Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova will duke it out on Centre Court tomorrow afternoon for the women's title at Wimbledon ...

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  2. Wimbledon 2011: Are Roger Federer's Best Days Behind Him?

    Roger Federer is out of Wimbledon at the quarterfinal stage. Hands up—who predicted that? No? Nobody? Me neither...

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  3. Wimbledon 2011: What We Didn't Expect to See

    We've already talked about last week's shock results— Li Na and the rest—but a Grand Slam tournament always throws up some peculiarities—Wimbledon is no exception...

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  4. Wimbledon 2011: Shock as Roger Federer Loses to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

    Roger Federer , always so tough to beat at Wimbledon, has lost in the quarterfinals 6-3, 7-6, 4-6, 4-6, 4-6 to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ...

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  5. CM Punk Meltdown: Is He Done Forever with WWE and Vince McMahon?

    If it was a work, it's one of the best of all time. CM Punk finally vented his bile-filled spleen on Monday Night Raw...

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  6. Wimbledon 2011: Day 7 in SW19 as the Williams Sisters Bow Out

    It took a while, but finally the sun came out to play on the second Monday of Wimbledon. Yes, fans flocked from around the globe to SW19 for what is traditionally the All England ...

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  7. Wimbledon 2011: The Tour Diaries Around SW19 with Caroline Wozniacki

    The focus of the tennis world might be on the show courts at Wimbledon, but to catch the stars in their element, you have to head down to the Practice Courts at Aorangi Park...

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  8. Wimbledon 2011: What SW19 Means to Players and Fans, in One Word

    There's something different about Wimbledon. Something a little bit special. The fans that flock to the All England Club feel it, the ones that watch on television understand it and every single player savours it...

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  9. Caroline Wozniacki: Why She Will Fall Short in Grand Slam Again at Wimbledon

    There's no disputing that Caroline Wozniacki is the most consistent player in the women's game at the moment. But the best? The one who's going to win Wimbledon? I'm not so sure...

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  10. Wimbledon 2011: The Best Moments in Wimbledon History

    As we head into Week 2, we can be sure that we'll have all sorts of wonderful memories to take away from this year's Wimbledon, whether they're shocks, surprises or just sheer brilliance...

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  11. Wimbledon 2011: The Tour Diaries with Ana Ivanovic Around SW19

    The faces in the crowd at Wimbledon are always something to savour. Some of them are beautiful, some of them are a little odd, a lot of them are fantastically colourful...

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  12. Wimbledon 2011: The Biggest Surprises in Week One

    Grand slam tennis is always full of shocks and surprises, and Week 1 of Wimbledon 2011 has been no different, with something extraordinary happening on every court...

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  13. Wimbledon 2011: Victoria Azarenka and the Wimbledon Tour Diary

    Centre Court is the most famous tennis court on the planet. And every player who comes to Wimbledon dreams of playing on the hallowed turf. But what is it that makes Centre so special? With the help of Victoria Azarenka, we found out...

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  14. Wimbledon 2011: Andy Roddick Loses to Feliciano Lopez

    The USA's best hope of a Wimbledon win dissolved this afternoon as Feliciano Lopez dissected Andy Roddick in straight sets, 7-6, 7-6, 6-4...

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  15. Wimbledon 2011: Maria Sharapova Beats Laura Robson

    Maria Sharapova recorded a straight-sets victory over Britain's Laura Robson, 7-6, 6-3, but she was made to work hard for it...

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  16. Wimbledon 2011: Day 3 Diary from SW19 with Caroline Wozniacki and More

    Wimbledon's third day was blighted by the rain, something that's tough for all tennis players. In true Wimbledon style (talking of style, what did you make of Bethanie Mattek-Sands's ...

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  17. Wimbledon 2011: The Tour Diaries with Serena Williams and Around SW19

    The second day of Wimbledon is supposed to be Ladies' Day, as defending champion Serena Williams, returning from injury, opened proceedings on Centre Court at the All England Club on another massive day in SW19...

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  18. WWE Monday Night Raw: Power to the People, Who Will You Vote For?

    The first voting option for tonight's Monday Night Raw is up! Get your phones, those of you eligible to vote, and get texting: The WWE official Twitter account says: "TONIGHT on ...

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  19. WWE Capitol Punishment: What We Learned from CM Punk's Win over Rey Mysterio

    This was one of the more random matches on the card, rehashing a rivalry from last year with no real reason to do so apart from the fact they'd run out of ideas. So what did we learn from CM Punk 's win over Rey Mysterio? Very little, really...

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  20. Capitol Punishment: What We Learned from Ezekiel Jackson's Win over Wade Barrett

    Ezekiel Jackson slammed Wade Barrett into bits and then stuck him on the torture rack to steal the intercontinental championship...

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  21. WWE Capitol Punishment: What We Learned from Alex Riley's Win over the Miz

    The student has become the master; the messer has become the messee . Alex Riley has beaten The Miz , the man that Michael Cole keeps screaming used to be like a father to him ...

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  22. Wimbledon 2011: What the Weather Forecast Looks Like for SW19

    Unlike many of the Bleacher Report writers, I'm British, based in London, a few miles from the All-England Tennis Club where Wimbledon begins tomorrow...

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  23. WWE Capitol Punishment 2011: How and Why the Card Could Have Been Improved

    Looking at the card for tonight's Capitol Punishment PPV, I can't help but feel a little uninspired. The only match I'm really looking forward to is The Miz vs...

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  24. Rafael Nadal: Why He Won't Win Wimbledon 2011

    Defending champion Rafael Nadal is aiming to retain the Wimbledon title it took him so long to win after those epic battles with Roger Federer. He won't manage it this year, though...

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  25. Wimbledon 2011: Marion Bartoli Takes Eastbourne Warm-Up Title

    France's Marion Bartoli secured the AEGON International title at Eastbourne yesterday, beating Petra Kvitova in three sets...

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