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'My dad wanted me to play tennis'

How England defender Sophie Bradley could easily have ended playing at Wimbledon rather than at Wembley.

Miami Open Tennis 2015 Prize Money: Complete Purse and Earnings

The 2015 Miami Masters may not be Wimbledon or the U.S. Open, but with an eight-figure grand prize, it is no wonder why some of the best players in the world have made their way to Southern Florida. The men’s side is loaded with talent,...Show More Summary

Father’s Tracks Are Melting

For cross-country skiers, the first week of March is like the Kentucky Derby, Wimbledon, the World Series, the World Cup, and Super Bowl all rolled into one. That’s Vasaloppet Week, a series of races held in the vicinity of Mora, in...Show More Summary

Four Patents That Changed Enterprise Storage

Sports fans get very excited about Final Fours — whether it’s the new four-team playoff in college football, the semi-finals competitors at Wimbledon or, most famously, the remaining competitors in NCAA basketball’s March Madness. As we are in the midst of this year’s tournament, I started pondering a Fab Four, if not the Final Four, of the world’s impactful… Read More

Simona Halep breaks out to beat Jelena Jankovic in Indian Wells final

At the cradle of tennis, they celebrate Breakfast at Wimbledon. Sunday, at the BNP Paribas Open, they established a similar catchphrase.

Adebayo “Beast” Akinfenwa scored a belting golazo for Wimbledon v Exeter [Official Video]

Nicknamed “The Beast”, 32 year old Adebayo Akinfenwa has something of a cult following despite never playing at the highest level of the game. Ranked as the strongest footballer on FIFA, Akinfenwa can bench press 200kg, almost double his own body weight. The experienced striker, now playing for Wimbledon in League Two, yesterday opened the […]

On Soccer: A World Cup Late in the Year Promises Smiles and Headaches

A November-December World Cup could cause potentially major financial hits for professional leagues and competitions in Europe, Australia and elsewhere, but it is good news for the Olympics, Wimbledon, audiences in Asia and marketer...

Why the Indian Wells Winner Will Be the Best Bet for 2015 ATP Player of the Year

Sports fans might not put ATP tournament Indian Wells on par with grand-slam venues like Roland Garros and Wimbledon, but it’s the king of Masters 1000 venues. Billionaire owner Larry Ellison has invested in its curious history, creating...Show More Summary

Indian Wells 2015 Prize Money: Complete Purse and Earnings for BNP Paribas Open

The 2015 BNP Paribas Open may not be a major title with the prestige of Wimbledon or the excitement of the U.S. Open, but it features most of the marquee names in tennis and will provide thrilling theater in the later rounds. With Rafael...Show More Summary

Jeff Stelling goes mad as Hartlepool play 12 minutes injury time at end of Wimbledon win [video]

Hartlepool United are marooned at the bottom of League One so there hasn’t been much for their fans to shout about. Amongst their most famous supporters is Jeff Stelling, the Sky Sports presenter who famously sheds the knowledge on Soccer Saturday. On Saturday, Hartlepool bagged a key win against Wimbledon at home, winning 1-0 thanks […]

Picture Perfect Series Two: Picture Perfect: Sophie Green

In the second episode of a new season of Picture Perfect, we follow Sophie Green—a photographer from London who has been documenting Britain's banger and stock car racing subculture—to Wimbledon Stadium, where she takes portraits of the sport's hardened stalwarts. Show More Summary

Djokovic cruises to fifth Australian Open title

Top-seed beats former Wimbledon champion Murray in four sets to win his eighth Grand Slam.

Andy Murray Must Conquer Past Australian Open Failures to Win the 2015 Title

Andy Murray's path back to a Grand Slam final has taken longer and been more arduous than most imagined it would be. After defeating Novak Djokovic in straight sets for the 2013 Wimbledon championship—his second major title in less than...Show More Summary

Murray beats Berdych to reach Australian Open final

Former Wimbledon champion will take on either Djokovic for defending champion Wawrinka.

Adebayo 'Beast Mode' Akinfenwa to Resolve Next Diego Costa, Steven Gerrard Clash

Diego Costa's aggressive performance in the Chelsea vs. Liverpool clash during the Capital One Cup has already led to an FA charge, but Costa might find that the least of his concerns given news that AFC Wimbledon striker and Liverpool...Show More Summary

Predictions for Madison Keys for Remainder of 2015 Australian Open

Madison Keys produced one of the upsets of the tournament so far on Saturday when she knocked Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova out of the 2015 Australian Open in the third round. The 19-year-old American put on an inspired performance as she downed the world No. Show More Summary

Will Roger Federer win his 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open?

2 months agoSports : The Early Lead

In the past year, Roger Federer has reached the Wimbledon final, led the Swiss team to its first Davis Cup title, won his 1,000 match and defeated young, rising stars en route to an Australian Open tune-up tournament title. The career wins place him at No. 3 overall all time, behind only American Jimmy Connors (1,253) and […]

This is how AFC Wimbledon’s Radio WDON commentated on Ade Akinfenwa’s goal v Liverpool!

Who says the romance of the FA Cup is dead?! AFC Wimbledon may have gone down to a 2-1 Steven Gerrard-inspired Liverpool on Monday night but they still had their moment in the sun. This specific moment was undoubtedly Ade Akinfenwa’s equaliser just before half-time. The fact that it was “The Beast,” a boyhood Liverpool […]

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