Many are still trying to get their heads around the poor showing of top players at the 2018 Wimbledon. In this post we look at what role the number of opportunities to play on grass might have had.
At the 2018 Wimbledon, the women’s seeds struggled to an unprecedented degree. Was this bad luck? Or a sign of the competitiveness of the women’s tour?
Record numbers of seeds are falling in the early rounds at Wimbledon. We look at exactly how unprecedented these results are, whether this is part of a larger trend, and which first-round shock was the most unexpected.
With his haul of 8 titles, Roger Federer has triumphed at Wimbledon more than anyone else. But how does 8 titles compare with how many we could have expected him to win given his level—and his competition—over the years? And which title was his most impressive? [Authored by Graeme Spence]
With Wimbledon a little more than a week away, we look at the trends in first slams for the WTA and the top prospects for the next first-slam winner at SW19.
After 6 hot days of competition, a spate of retirements, and some battling with flying ants, the line-up for the round of 16 at the 2017 Wimbledon Championships is set.
The most storied of tennis championships gets underway this week in the serene English borough at SW19.
Johanna Konta tops the serve and return grass leaderboards going into the women’s draw at the 2017 Wimbledon Championships.