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The Big Three in men's tennis are looking to renew acquaintances and vie for another Grand Slam championship at this year's Wimbledon tournament, which will be held from June 24th through July 7th, 2013 at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London. Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have a title apiece in the past three years and will be the favored trio once again in tennis odds.
Roger Federer may have the overall edge because of his impressive history here, with seven individual titles, including a run of five in a row from 2003-07. Federer won his sixth championship by defeating Andy Roddick in 2009, and is the defending champion after knocking off Andy Murray in last year's finals. Rafael Nadal has been nearly as impressive, with two titles and three career runner-up finishes. His most recent championship came in 2010, defeating Tomas Berdych. Novak Djokovic has one championship, knocking off Nadal in 2011. Andy Murray has been battling a back injury, so it's unclear at this point if he will be healthy enough to participate or be in contention. Murray beat Nadal in the first set of last year's finals before falling in four.
Serena Williams is the defending champion on the women's side and should be among the favorites again. She beat Agnieszka Radawanska in last year's finals and has won Wimbledon in three of the past four years. Petra Kvitova is the only other women's player to capture the title in that time, but a host of top-ranked players will try to take out Williams in tennis odds.
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2013 Wimbledon Results
Men's Final - Andy Murray claims his Wimbledon crown
The roars grew longer, the applause louder, with each game and each point that carried Andy Murray closer to ending Britain's 77-year wait for a men's champion at Wimbledon.
Then, with Murray suddenly needing merely one point to end his grueling final against Novak Djokovic, the 15,000 spectators filling Centre Court at the All England Club hushed long enough for play to resume. Murray lost that point. As well as his second championship point. And, yes, his third, too.
Grand Slam success did not come quickly or easily for Murray earlier in his career, and it certainly did not come recently for the British at their revered grass-court tournament, so there was something fitting about the way the last game dragged on, the tension growing, the long wait a little longer still.
When a fourth championship point eventually arrived, nearly 10 minutes after the first, the normally relentless Djokovic finally yielded, pushing a backhand into the net to cap Murray's 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 victory Sunday.
Women's Final - Marion Bartoli Wins Wimbledon 2013
One of the strangest Wimbledons produced one of its quirkiest champions in Marion Bartoli, the winner of a mistake-filled final that left the overwhelmed runner-up in near tears during the match.
Bartoli, whose power game bothered Sabine Lisicki as much as any of her notable eccentricities, won 6-1, 6-4 Saturday to capture her first Grand Slam title in her 47th appearance at a major.
She addressed Lisicki, who was shaking and in tears when she received the runner-up trophy.
Indeed, the 15th-seeded Bartoli played the part of the experienced veteran. After losing serve with a pair of double-faults in the first game, she ticked off 11 of the next 12.
The 23rd-seeded Lisicki was trailing 5-1, 40-15 in the second set, then came up with a rally from out of nowhere - unexpected considering she was almost weeping on the court minutes earlier.
Lisicki saved three match points and then pulled within 5-4.
But after a tense changeover, Bartoli served the match out at love, dropping to her knees after hitting an ace on match point, then climbing the wall into the players box to celebrate with 2006 Wimbledon champion Amelie Mauresmo - the last Frenchwoman to win a Grand Slam title - and her friends and family.
2012 Wimbledon Results
Federer wins seventh Wimbledon title
Once the Centre Court roof was closed, nothing could stop Roger Federer from winning his record-tying seventh Wimbledon title.
The 30-year-old Federer finally equaled Pete Sampras' record at the All England Club, and won his 17th Grand Slam title overall, by beating Andy Murray 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 Sunday.
Once Murray's forehand landed wide on match point, Federer collapsed to the grass with tears welling in his eyes. He got up quickly and shook hands with Murray at the net.
Up in the players' box, Federer's wife and twin daughters cheered and smiled as he took his seat to await yet another Wimbledon trophy presentation.
Serena beats Radwanska, clinches 5th title
Serena Williams is back, and she looks almost as good as ever. The 30-year-old American won her fifth Wimbledon title Saturday on Centre Court, beating Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 to claim her 14th major championship.
After hitting a backhand winner on match point, she fell onto her back to the grass. She then rose with a grin as big sister Venus — another five-time Wimbledon champion — smiled and applauded, along with the rest of the crowd.
After shaking hands with Radwanska, Williams climbed into the box where her family was seated. She hugged her father, Venus, their mother and others.
Out on court, Williams had little trouble at the start, using her hard serve and powerful groundstrokes to win the first five games and run Radwanska all over the grass.
Radwanska, who was playing in her first Grand Slam final, has been ill with a respiratory problem, making it difficult for her to speak. In the second set and already down a break, the third-seeded Pole was coughing and blowing her nose during a changeover.
2011 Wimbledon Championships Results - Djokovic beats Nadal
Results are out and Serbian player Novak Djokovic is on the seventh heaven with his victory over Rafael Nadal in the final of Wimbledon 2011. Along with winning his first Wimbledon title, the 24-year-old Serbian became the world No. 1 dominating Nadal on Sunday.
Djokovic made his dream victory in four sets 6-4, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3 in the Center Court of All England Club, England. The victory against a player, who won two of his last three Wimbledon appearances, is a great achievement.
Djokovic had realized that he was playing against a player who “won two of the last three Wimbledons.” Nadal has a track record of beating Djokovic in big games, which found an end in the Wimbledon 2011.
2011 Wimbledon Championships Results - Kvitova, the champion who stole in under the radar
If ever there was a Wimbledon champion who stole in under the radar, it has to be Petra Kvitova. Yet anyone who watched her in the first week here knew that her run to the semi-finals last year had not happened by accident.
But once seen, once noticed, only the very foolish ignored Kvitova's chances this Wimbledon. Those early rounds made it utterly plain she had the game to win here. Let the Williams sisters and Maria Sharapova hog the headlines, that was fine with Kvitova. She just kept going through the first four rounds, shedding few games along the way.
The questions arose in her quarter-final against Tsvetana Pironkova and her semi against Victoria Azarenka - each victory delayed by a hesitant second set where somehow her killer instincts drifted away. She herself had no doubt what the problem was - in each case, she became aware of the prize drawing near, and faltered.
By contrast, Maria Sharapova motored all the way to the final without the loss of a set. And, of course, at the mighty age of 24, she had played in four previous Slam finals and won three of them. Such experience is not essential, but it can hardly be a handicap.
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