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Monday, July 07, 2014

Wimbledon Tennis Open: thrilling men's final.

Wimbledon Tennis Open is the world's oldest and most prestigious tennis championship. It is over 100 years.
     Switzerland's Federer has won Wimbledon men's single title seven times. The match between him and Serbia's Djokovic yesterday went into five sets. Finally, Djokovic prevailed with a slim margin. The match was thrilling with exquisite displays of good tennis. Djokovic won the championship for the second time.
     On the other hand, the women's final was between Kvitova (24) from Czech and Bouchard (20) from Canada. The former won in straight sets, 6-3,6-0.
     Kvitova won Wimbledon in 2011. Then, her performance went down because of various factors such as dealing with events that came with winning a grand slam. She has recovered,  showing that she is a cut above Bouchard.
      With the full support from her family, the talented Bouchard went from Canada to the Tennis School in Miami, USA. She has done well. She will strive to do better.


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