2015 Wimbledon Championships

Wimbledon 2011Wimbledon commences each June, and represents the the third in four annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments, along with the Australian Open, French Open and US Open.

Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam tournament still played on grass courts. All the players, even the clay courters, speak reverently of the tradition and “special” atmosphere of SW19.

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Played at the All England Club in the London suburb of Wimbledon, it is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, having begun in 1877.

Taking place over two weeks in late June and early July, Wimbledon culminates with the gentlemen’s singles final, scheduled for the second Sunday. In addition to being the oldest tennis tournament, Wimbledon is also seen as the most prestigious.

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Wimbledon 2015 commences on the 24th of June with the final to be played on Sunday, 7th of July.

Australia is not without hope, however tennis stocks are down, in particular in the mens draw.

Lleyton Hewitt continues to represent Australia’s best hope to take home the Grand Slam, with Bernard Tomic often a contender should he make it past the first round.

Wimbledon 2013 will again capture the interest of Australian tennis fans, who will be hoping for a strong showing deep into the main draw from our best players.

Wimbledon Articles

An open letter to the people who’ve written open letters to Nick Kyrgios

An open letter to the people who’ve written open letters to Nick Kyrgios

by , 24 Jul 2015

Dear critics, I’ve enjoyed your willingness to open up and discuss your thoughts on the perceived mistakes and errors in judgment made by Nick Kyrgios.

We are as bad as Tomic and Kyrgios

We are as bad as Tomic and Kyrgios

by , 19 Jul 2015

The Australian public are pretty unlucky to have to put up with the likes of Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios.

If you think Nick Kyrgios tanks, you need to meet Benoit Paire

If you think Nick Kyrgios tanks, you need to meet Benoit Paire

by , 16 Jul 2015 Video

Australian tennis star, Nick Kyrgios, came under intense scrutiny during his 2015 Wimbledon campaign after appearing to tank several games during the second set of his four-set loss to Richard Gasquet.

The Australian file: More success in Egypt as Aussies fall short at Wimbledon

by , 15 Jul 2015

Welcome to the latest edition of the Australian file, your weekly look at the week in tennis from an Aussie perspective.

What it looks like to face a 236-kilometre per hour serve

What it looks like to face a 236-kilometre per hour serve

by , 14 Jul 2015 Video

Australia’s Sam Groth famously holds the world record for the fastest tennis serve ever in a professional tournament, and his big serve was on display on the biggest stage when he faced former world number one, Roger Federer, at Wimbledon earlier this month.

A relentless Novak Djokovic wins Wimbledon

A relentless Novak Djokovic wins Wimbledon

by , 13 Jul 2015

Novak Djokovic won his third Wimbledon and ninth Slam with a 7-6 6-7 6-4 6-3 win over Roger Federer early this morning.

[Highlights] Serena Williams wins sixth Wimbledon crown

[Highlights] Serena Williams wins sixth Wimbledon crown

by , 12 Jul 2015

Serena Williams has taken another giant stride towards sporting immortality with a watershed Wimbledon final triumph over Garbine Muguruza.

Wimbledon 2015: Women’s final preview

Wimbledon 2015: Women’s final preview

by , 11 Jul 2015

After 126 matches, numerous upsets and few surprises, the women’s draw at Wimbledon will climax with Serena Williams attempting to become the first woman since herself in 2002-3 to hold all four Grand Slam titles simultaneously.

Roger Federer vs Andy Murray: 2015 Wimbledon semi final live scores

Roger Federer vs Andy Murray: 2015 Wimbledon semi final live scores

by , 11 Jul 2015

For the 24th time, and third on grass at Wimbledon, Roger Federer and Andy Murray will battle in an ATP event in the semi-final at the All England Club.

Unheralded Aussie John Peers makes Wimbledon doubles final

Unheralded Aussie John Peers makes Wimbledon doubles final

by , 10 Jul 2015

While the bigger names in Australian men’s tennis have felt the heat of an unrelenting media spotlight this Wimbledon, Melbournian John Peers has slipped largely under the radar, making his way to the Wimbledon doubles final with Scot Jamie Murray – older brother of Andy.


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