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Serena Williams playing tennis at Wimbledon

Serena Williams: A message for the “deluded” men who believe they could beat her at tennis

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    Johanna Konta hits back at “disrespectful and patronising” journalist after Wimbledon defeat

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    Coco Gauff is out of Wimbledon, but she had some powerful parting words to share

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Coco Gauff
People

Everything you need to know about Coco Gauff, the heroic teen of Wimbledon 2019

The 15-year-old knocked out tennis legend Venus Williams in the first round.

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Meghan Markle's Wimbledon 2019 blazer
Fashion

Meghan Markle’s preppy white blazer – as seen at Wimbledon – is on sale now

Is the Duchess of Sussex your Wimbledon fashion icon? Her blazer can be yours for £169…

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Kayleigh Dray
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Coco Gauff Wimbledon
Life

Coco Gauff’s Wimbledon: How her wins are smashing the patriarchy

She has won her second match of the tennis tournament.

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Hollie Richardson
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Life

Wimbledon has finally ditched this sexist tradition, and it’s about time

Female players at Wimbledon will no longer be referred to as “Miss” or “Mrs” by umpires in a win for gender equality.

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Lauren Geall
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Hollie Richardson
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Serena Williams and Andy Murray are about to make Wimbledon history together

It’s going to be a big one.

Serena Williams is giving Meghan Markle time to "just be"
People

Serena Williams is right: Meghan Markle doesn’t need unsolicited baby advice

The tennis champion is leaving Meghan Markle to "just be"

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Christobel Hastings
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Cori Gauff at Wimbledon
Life

Cori Gauff’s Wimbledon defeat against Venus Williams was ace, but we can’t fixate on their ages

The fixation on their age difference is dangerous.

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Hollie Richardson
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Where to watch Wimbledon
Life

Wimbledon 2019: 10 ace ways to watch the tennis in London

Optimise your Wimbledon viewing in the imminent heatwave.

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Hollie Richardson
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Life

4 ways to watch Wimbledon in style

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Wimbledon 2018 champion Angelique Kerber wears adidas x Palace whilst sat in a garden.
People

Brand new Wimbledon champion Angelique Kerber told us what she thinks the meaning of life is

“I think a lot of life is down to fate”

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Long Reads

Angelique Kerber reveals what it really takes to win Wimbledon 2018

The sporting superstar took on the formidable Serena Williams in the final showdown

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Billie Bhatia
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Serena Williams describes her “wonderful friendship” with Meghan Markle

... and how things have changed since the royal wedding

Alexis Ohanian and Serena Williams
People

Someone asked Mr Serena Williams what it’s like to sleep beside “one of the greatest athletes”

Alexis Ohanian Sr’s two-word answer has won a lot of love on Twitter

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

Wimbledon 2018: the must-see celebrity arrivals

From Pippa Middleton to Michelle Dockery, say hello to the guests…

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Emily Reynolds
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Food

How to host a feast for the Wimbledon and World Cup finals

From cocktails to picnics, make sure you're feasting in style

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Lizzie Pook
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Life

From tennis pop up bars to outdoor screens, these are the best places to watch Wimbledon

Apart from courtside, of course

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Megan Murray
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People

Serena Williams just taught us a valuable lesson about blowing our own trumpets

She’s the greatest, and she knows it.

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Susan Devaney
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serena williams sexist wimbledon traditions mrs husband name
Opinion

Why does Wimbledon still refer to female tennis stars by their married names?

It’s an archaic tradition that erases women’s achievements. Can we consign it to the history books already?

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Moya Crockett
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Why Wimbledon broke this rule for Serena Williams

She’s now seeded number 25.

Life

Martina Navratilova: “John McEnroe is paid 10 times more than me at Wimbledon”

Gender pay gap exposed at the BBC – again

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Susan Devaney
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