Wimbledon 2012 Features
- Djokovic wows Beijing with 'Gangnam Style' dance
Novak Djokovic delighted fans in Beijing on Sunday with a rendition of the famed horse-riding dance from South Korean pop hit "Gangnam Style" after defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to win his third China Open.
- US Open 2012: Men to watch out for
Men to watch at the U.S. Open, which begins Monday.
- A quarter of Britain's population watched Wimbledon men's final
More than a quarter of the British population tuned in to watch home favourite Andy Murray in the Wimbledon men's final, figures released on Monday showed.
- Roger Federer's twins cheer for their 'Daddy Dearest'
As Roger Federer lifted his seventh Wimbledon title, he had some special fans cheering from the stands. His twin daughters Myla Rose and Charlene Riva were seen applauding their 'Daddy Dearest' from the family box during his final match against Andy Murray.
- Who is Roger Federer?
Roger Federer wore a specially tailored white jacket with a golden "15" stitched on the back when he broke Pete Sampras' career record of 14 Grand Slam titles by winning the Wimbledon men singles title for the sixth time in 2009.
- Murray's quest being powered by admiration for Messi
Andy Murray may be Britain's hero in the run-up to his historic clash against Roger Federer for the Wimbledon title. For the 25-year-old however, Barcelona's Lionel Messi is the epitome of sporting excellence and a 'real hero.'
- Andy Murray's granny leads the cheering squad
While Andy Murray may continue to say family pressure means nothing to him ahead of Sunday's final against Roger Federer, his family is celebrating his success and eagerly awaiting the title clash of Wimbledon. And leading the army of hopeful loved ones is Andy's granny, who was all of 2 when a Briton last won here!
- Wimbledon 2012: Dramatic shadow of Austin looms over Murray
When Bunny Austin, the last British man to reach the Wimbledon final in 1938, finished runner-up his prize was a
- Got 7000 dollars? You can watch Murray at Wimbledon
Andy Murray was on Friday, attempting to become the first British man in 74 years to reach the Wimbledon final, an event so rare that Centre Court tickets were being sold for up to
- Wimbledon 2012: Record ace blitz puts Serena in man's world
Serena Williams reached a seventh Wimbledon final on Thursday, taking her aces total to 85, an intimidating statistic which also makes her the second most powerful server in the men's tournament.