Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Semifinal Matches

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We’re up to the final four of women’s play and it has been an absolutely engrossing tournament. There have been surprises everywhere but we are finally ready to watch the semifinals. Our panelists are back to predict them for you. Predicting today are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), editor Steen Kirby, contributor Jeff Crady, and brand new […] READ MORE


Semifinals for the Aged?

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The game of tennis has evolved into one of the most physically demanding of all sports. Improved racquet technology has resulted in more powerful ground strokes and faster paced serves. The increase in power in turn has led to the development of a more physically fit player. That being said, it is surprising that the […] READ MORE


Women’s Quarterfinal Day

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As the sun sets on Centre Court and Wimbledon village, the women’s quarterfinal day provided a tennis world with exactly what they wanted: two Williams sisters wins, setting up interesting semis for each on Thursday. Both Williams Sisters Impress Both Serena and Venus Williams marched through the quarterfinal rounds with impressive wins, overwhelming their sometimes awestruck […] READ MORE


Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinal Matches

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Our panelists are back to pick all four women’s quarterfinal matches that will be played on Tuesday. Predicting today are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), along with editors Steen Kirby and Niall Clarke, and contributor Finn Ranson. Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinal Matches Simona Halep vs Angelique Kerber Finn: These players are by far two of […] READ MORE


Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Manic Monday–All Matches

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It’s Manic Monday at Wimbledon, the absolute best day in tennis. Watching the matches are an incredible treat, and as a preview we’re going to give you a treat and predict them all. That’s right. Our writers are tackling all eight matches. Predicting today are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), editor Sam Barker, and contributors Linda Celia […] READ MORE



Martina Hingis and the Rise of “Santina”

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At the age of 15, Martina Hingis became the youngest slam winner of all time when she won the Ladies Doubles title at the 1996 Wimbledon Championships. Next year she became the youngest world #1 ever when she won 3 out of the 4 majors of the year and accumulated a total of 12 titles. […] READ MORE