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The post-Wimbledon WTA rankings are lifting runner-up Serena Williams an amazing 153 places back into the Top 30 and champion Angelique Kerber back into the Top 5, but what attracted my attention this Monday was that Ukrainian teenager Dayana Yastremska…
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Angelique Kerber spoiled Serena Williams‘ dream comeback as a mom by beating her 6-3 6-3 in the final of Wimbledon, even though the seven-time champion had Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle rooting for her from the Royal Box. In a rematch of their 2016…
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Adidas‘ collection for the US Open Series is a flashy neon version of their white Palace skateboards outfits introduced at Wimbledon. Interestingly, we got Adidas’ sneak preview of the Wimbledon clothes only days before the tournament started, while they…
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Just like in 2016, the Wimbledon final will feature Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams. Then, Serena won 7-5 6-3 and ever since they haven’t faced each other, mostly because the American was absent because of pregnancy. Serena will be playing her 10th…
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Wimbledon WTA fashion overview: Show-stopping white designs abundant in textures and details

It’s time for my traditional Grand Slam fashion overview, Wimbledon edition. High necks seem to be everywhere this season, but that and sweat-wicking properties are the only things that London 2018 outfits tend to have in common. In terms of design, some…
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Tuesday defined women’s semifinal pairs at Wimbledon: we’ll have Serena Williams facing Julia Goerges and Angelique Kerber playing Jelena Ostapenko. The semis feature three Grand Slam champions, with only Goerges, one of the most improved players in the…
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In a rare meeting of two WTA moms in the fourth round of a Grand Slam, Serena Williams recorded a quick 6-2 6-2 victory over Russian qualifier Evgeniya Rodina, reaching the quarterfinals of Wimbledon without dropping a set. Since the very start of the…
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Just as we thought Romania’s Simona Halep would stay strong in the draw filled with fallen seeds, the world number one lost to 48th-ranked Hsieh Su-Wei from Chinese Taipei 3-6 6-4 7-5 in the third round of Wimbledon. With the her maiden major title at the…
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We’re only through the fifth day and only two of the Top 10 seeds are still alive in the draw, as Americans Venus Williams and Madison Keys lost their third-round matches at Wimbledon, the first in the Open Era that six of the Top 8 women’s seeds hadn’t…
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In the second round of Wimbledon, top seed Simona Halep looked to be in danger of joining the heap of defeated seeds, but the world No.1 overcame a slow start and won ten games in a row from a 3-5 deficit in the first set to defeat China’s world No.126…
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