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Wimbledon (Full Screen Edition)
An aging male tennis star has one last shot and two weeks to win the greatest tennis tournament and the heart of an upcoming womens tennis star. Studio: Uni Dist Corp. (mca) Release Date: 02/27/2007 Starring: Kirsten Dunst Sam Neill Run time: 98 minutes Rating: Pg13 Director: Richard Loncraine83% (10)
Professional tennis makes an unlikely but surprisingly effective backdrop for a lively romantic comedy in Wimbledon. Peter Cort (Paul Bettany, Master and Commander), once ranked 11th in the world, has slipped to 119th and is heading into his last Wimbledon tournament when he runs into Lizzie Bradbury (Kirsten Dunst, The Virgin Suicides, Spider-Man), a rising star. The two strike up a whirlwind romance that gives his game new life--but she insists it's going to be nothing but a passing fling. Their affair heats up and Cort finds himself steadily rising through the competition while Lizzie stumbles... Of course, the ending is never really in doubt--but Bettany is a unique cinematic presence, pale and lithe, doubtful of life but also hungry for it. Thanks to him and the ever-engaging Dunst, Wimbledon is funnier, more suspenseful, and more touching that anyone might expect, turning a conventional flick into a genuine charmer. --Bret Fetzer
Wimbledon - Men'd Draw @ end of day
I left for Saturday's Wimbledon games on Fri night. After an extended night of travel due to delays everywhere possible, I arrived at the queue at around 3am. There were over 800 people in front of me on the South Queue. The North Queue was already over 1000 people. After a hysterical night of sleep on a sidewalk, I experienced "queueing at Wimbledon" and got a ticket for ground level Court 1 front row. I spent time on Henman Hill watching Agassi's last Wimbledon match against Nadal; I saw Mauresmo play from the front row; I people watched and met great tennis fans; I drank champagne and ate strawberries. It was excellentWimbledon Strawberry
Wimbledon Strawberry waiting to be picked and covered in cream. Traditional Wimbledon Tennis treat.
On July 6 2008, one dream ended, and a new one began on the Centre Court in Wimbledon. In the latest, magnificent chapter of their storied rivalry, Rafael Nadal dethroned five-time champion Roger Federer by winning the longest-ever Wimbledon men's final.Similar posts:
The consistently heart stopping 6-4, 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 6-7 (8-10), 9-7 classic began at 2.35 pm and, thanks to a couple of breaks for rain it ended at 9.15 pm with the 22-year-old from Mallorca dropping to the ground with his arms outstretched in celebration. With the win, Nadal matched Bjorn Borg's fantastic feat of winning the Grand Slams at the French Open and Wimbledon back-to-back and also prevented Federer from surpassing the five titles in a row Borg collected between 1976 and 1980.
Conditions for the latest duel between tennis's two finest players could not have been more demanding. The rain, which delayed the start for 27 minutes, eventually cleared but the chill, gusting wind which accompanied it persisted throughout the match, blowing winning shots off course and making life even more difficult for the two competitors. That they coped so well spoke volumes for their skill and adaptability.
The match is being proclaimed as the greatest Grand Slam finals of all time.
The Spaniard, who had squandered two match points in a nerve-shredding fourth set tie-break, added a first All England Club title to his four French Opens, shattering Federer's dreams of an historic sixth successive Wimbledon trophy.
'It's impossible to explain what I felt when I won. I'm just very happy to win this title. I never thought I could win but to do so is a dream'; said Nadal who had lost the last two finals to Federer.
It was late, very late, but not too late to crown a new champion.
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