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Wimbledon 2014 Women's Semifinal: TV Schedule, Start Time, Live Stream Info

Maria Sharapova? Done. Serena Williams? Done. Li Na? Done. Last year's winner at Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli ? Done. Yes, this year's Wimbledon, at least on the women's side, has provided plenty of drama and upsets. But while the fourShow More Summary

Wimbledon 2014: Viewing Info and Preview for Opening Rounds at All England Club

The 2014 Wimbledon at the All England Club is the personification of the current trends in the sport, where top dogs continue to underwhelm. With all due respect, look at the defending champions—Andy Murray and Marion Bartoli. That last...Show More Summary

So long, Sloane: Stephens makes early Wimbledon exit

WIMBLEDON — At this same time and place a year ago, Sloane Stephens was having one of the runs of her young professional life, making it all the way to the Wimbledon quarters before losing to eventual champion Marion Bartoli.

Wimbledon 2014: Start Date, TV and Live Stream Info, Prize Money and Predictions

For the fist time in the Open Era, the defending men's champion at Wimbledon will be a Brit. Andy Murray will open play on June 23 as the reigning champion after he defeated Novak Djokovic in the 2013 final. Marion Bartoli, the women's...Show More Summary

Ranking the Biggest Upsets in Tennis in 2013

It was a good year for tennis stars. Famous names such as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams ruled the 2013 tennis season. But that doesn't mean it was a straightforward year. Far from it. Marion Bartoli won one of theShow More Summary

US Open caps a fickle 2013 tennis season

NEW YORK (AP) — A surprise Wimbledon champion one day, a retired player providing TV commentary the next, nobody's been in touch with the fickle nature of tennis in 2013 better than Marion Bartoli.

US Open caps a wacky 2013 tennis season

NEW YORK (AP) — A surprise Wimbledon champion one day, a retired player providing TV commentary the next, nobody's been in touch with the fickle nature of tennis in 2013 better than Marion Bartoli.

Marion Bartoli Will Be Missed

The tennis world lost a great player this week when 28-year-old Marian Bartoli retired. It is hard to put into words what she means to the tennis world because she never gained popularity like Maria Sharapova or the Williams sisters....Show More Summary

Marion Bartoli's Sudden Retirement Enhances Significance of Wimbledon Triumph

The odds that Marion Bartoli overcame to win Wimbledon this year as a No. 15 seed was remarkable enough to make it one of the more surprising yet warming championships in the Grand Slam history of women's tennis. When the 28-year-old...Show More Summary

Ranking the Most Surprising Retirements in Tennis History

Marion Bartoli's sudden retirement rocked the tennis world. Barely more than a month after winning Wimbledon, her only Grand Slam title, she retired after a routine loss with her first match in Cincinnati. Nobody saw this coming. There have been other surprising retirements in Open-era tennis with some of the biggest stars in tennis. Show More Summary

Wimbledon Champ Retires Over Pain

Only 32 days after surprising the tennis world by winning the Wimbledon title, Marion Bartoli abruptly announced her retirement after losing a second-round match at the Western & Southern Open, a warm-up to the United States Open. Show More Summary

Marion Bartoli Announces Retirement from Tennis

In a move that will send shockwaves reverberating through the tennis world, defending Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli announced her retirement from the sport following a second-round loss to Simona Halep of Romania at the 2013 Western...Show More Summary

Marion Bartoli Retires From Tennis at 28

Reigning Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli shocked the tennis world on Wednesday by announcing her retirement from the sport at the age of 28. Following a second round loss to Romanian Simona Halep at the Western and Southern Open, the...Show More Summary

23 Reasons Why Jennifer Lawrence Rules, Wimbledon Champ Announces Retirement from Tennis and More!

Happy Birthday, Jennifer Lawrence! In honor of her 23 years, check out all the reasons why this Oscar-winning badass is on everyone's wannabe-BFF list. [Mashable] At 28 years old, 2013 Wimbledon champ Marion Bartoli is retiring from tennis, citing reoccurring pain. [Huffington Post]

Wimbledon Champion With A Genius-Level IQ Retires From Tennis At Age 28

Marion Bartoli shocked the tennis community when she announced her retirement after a loss in Cincinnati last night. Bartoli is only 28 years old and is ranked 7th in the world, the highest ranking of her career. She's also coming off her first-ever Grand Slam win at Wimbledon. Show More Summary

Wimbledon Champ Retires: Bartoli Calls It Quits

Wimbledon winner Marion Bartoli announced her retirement Wednesday night after her latest loss in the Western & Southern Open. Her tearful announcement came a mere six weeks after Bartoli pushed through injury to win the only major of her career. Show More Summary

Bartoli shock as she retires six weeks after Wimbledon win

French player at the centre of Inverdale sexism row says the pain of playing has become too much First Reaction LAST UPDATED AT 11:36 ON Thu 15 Aug 2013 WIMBLEDON champion Marion Bartoli has stunned tennis by announcing her retirement...Show More Summary

SAY IT AIN’T GO: ACHING MARION BARTOLI ANNOUNCES HER RETIREMENT

11 months agoSports / Tennis : GoToTennis

Can someone help me? I need some help scraping my jaw off the floor. Reigning Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli announced […]

Marion Bartoli's Retirement Leaves Tennis World in Shock

Marion Bartoli shocked the world when she won Wimbledon last month, and she did it again less than six weeks later when she abruptly announced her retirement at the age of 28. Wednesday night, as the final match at the Western & Southern...Show More Summary

Bombshell: 2013 Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli Announces Retirement

Mission accomplished, tennis. At least, according to Marion Bartoli. Just a couple short hours after losing to Romania's Simona Halep in her opening round match at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, the reigning Wimbledon women's...Show More Summary

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