Johanna Konta has brought her season to a premature end because of a knee injury.
SO Wimbledon is over for another year. Roger Federer and Garbine Muguruza will fly home today with their trophies and a mountain of memories from a special fortnight.
SO the dream died for Johanna Konta yesterday at Wimbledon when she was defeated by the brilliant Venus Williams in the women’s semi-finals.
YESTERDAY’s action at Wimbledon was dominated by injuries.
Wimbledon wrap: Moving on from Manic Monday and Jo Konta and Venus Williams prepare for quarter finals
SO yesterday’s Manic Monday at Wimbledon lived up to the billing alright.
Wimbledon Wrap: After yesterday’s flying ants and British success, how will Kyle Edmund and Jamie Murray fare today?
YESTERDAY at Wimbledon was marked by a swarm of flying ants and a swathe of British victories, so what can we expect from day four of the Championships?
IT’s fair to say that yesterday wasn’t one of the greatest days in the long and glorious history of Wimbledon.
IT’S the annual tennis extravaganza that is Wimbledon and this is the place for a bite-size look at what’s going on at SW19.
2016 was an incredible year for sport, and this year will hopefully be just as memorable.
Wimbledon 2016: Chasing Steffi Graf’s record has made Serena Williams a nervous wreck, says John Lloyd
I HAVE really done my best to think of a reason why I should not make Serena Williams my favourite for the Wimbledon title – but I can’t find one.