Marion Bartoli danced in the locker room before the Wimbledon final, and ended up playing her best match of the tournament as she brushed aside Sabine Lisicki to clinch France’s first major tennis championship in seven years.
Marion Bartoli dominated Sabine Lisicki from start to finish at Wimbledon to win France’s first major tennis championship in seven years.
Sabine Lisicki came back from a break down in the final set to become the first German woman since Steffi Graf to reach the Wimbledon tennis final.
An ace by Kirsten Flipkens eliminated Petra Kvitova from the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, guaranteeing a first-time women’s Grand Slam champion at the tournament.
Sabine Lisicki continued her Wimbledon run by setting up a semifinal against Agnieszka Radwanska a day after knocking favorite and defending champion Serena Williams out of the tournament.
After surviving “Wipeout Wednesday,” defending champion Serena Williams may face her biggest test at Wimbledon yet as she takes on a player with an equally powerful serve.
Maria Sharapova was beaten in the second round of Wimbledon by a qualifier ranked 128 places below her.
Rafael Nadal’s earliest exit from a Grand Slam event opened up the Wimbledon draw for defending champion Roger Federer and U.S. Open winner Andy Murray.
French Open champion Rafael Nadal was knocked out of the opening round of Wimbledon in straight sets by Steve Darcis, his earliest loss in a Grand Slam event.
Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were named as the top seeds at Wimbledon, the world’s only grass-court tennis major.
"I'm going to smile coming out on the court."
- Roland Garros on May 30, 2013