Wimbledon 2019 review: Ten of the biggest stories

Another Wimbledon is over, the 132nd to be precise. 2019’s tournament has been great entertainment. As always there have been big stories pouring out of SW19, from big upsets, to rising stars and returning greats. Here we look at ten of the biggest stories to arise from this year’s Championships. The arrival of Coco Gauff…

FINAL PREVIEW. Djokovic and Federer to fight for 2019 Wimbledon crown.

Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will meet on Centre Court today to decide the winner of the Wimbledon 2019 Gentlemen’s singles trophy.  In their 48th professional meeting, Djokovic narrowly leads his Swiss opponent 25-22. They have met three times at Wimbledon already with the Serb leading the eight time champion 2-1. Federer got the better…

Who next for the ‘Big Three’ at Wimbledon?

Tomorrow see’s all eight of the men’s fourth round matches taking place. The ‘big three’ are all in action, with Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal all looking to continue successful starts to the Championships.  Federer vs Berrettini At the age of 37, eight time champion Roger Federer will take on 17th seed Italian…

Andy Murray and Serena Williams triumphant in mixed doubles

Andy Murray and Serena Williams have won their first Wimbledon mixed doubles match against Alexa Guarachi and Andreas Mies 6-4 6-1. The highly anticipated match was put on Centre Court after Roger Federer won in just over two hours against Frenchman Lucas Pouille. On his Wimbledon return following hip surgery earlier this year, Murray lost…

Federer cruises into fourth round for the 17th time with Pouille win

Roger Federer beat France’s Lucas Pouille 7-5 6-2 7-6 on Centre Court today, to record his 350th Grand Slam win.  Both competitors held serves confidentiality early on. Pouille, unfazed by his first time on Centre Court, had a break point opportunity at 3-3 but skewed a forehand wide before being at the end of some…

Nadal brushes sluggish Tsonga aside to reach Wimbledon fourth round

World number two Rafael Nadal crushed France’s Jo Wilfried Tsonga 6-2 6-3 6-2 to reach the second week of Wimbledon. The man from Mallorca made an intense start to the contest, and broke the French serve early on. At break point a rather flat Tsonga hit a forehand down the line wide causing him to…