For just the second time in the Open era, both women in the Wimbledon final seek the first major title of their careers
The Wimbledon men’s quarterfinals produced three relatively straightforward matches and one thriller.
The only top-10 woman to reach the semifinals, Agnieszka Radwanska spearheads a curious group of women’s semifinalists.
Six players reached their first career quarterfinals at Wimbledon after a Monday highlighted by one enormous upset and dominance performances from most of the other favorites.
: All of the Wimbledon fourth-round matches unfold on “Manic Monday,” one of the busiest days on the tennis calendar.
The sun returned on Saturday after two days befuddled by rain, allowing Wimbledon to set its lineups for Monday’s pivotal fourth-round encounters.
Dodging the raindrops on Friday, a curious assortment of home hopes, rising stars, and underdogs extended their Wimbledon fortnights.
As so often happens, a tempestuous day filled with upsets yielded to relatively smooth sailing for the remaining contenders a day later.
A dozen Wimbledon seeds fell on Wednesday, several from the upper echelons of the ATP and WTA. As a result, the draws lie open for the survivors