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Wimbledon 2022 results: Elena Rybakina beats Ons Jabeur to secure first Grand Slam title

Wimbledon 2022 results: Elena Rybakina beats Ons Jabeur to secure first Grand Slam title

ALL ENGLAND CLUB, LONDON — Elena Rybakina is the newest name on the Venus Rosewater Dish after she came from a set down to beat world No.2 Ons Jabeur to win Wimbledon and her first Grand Slam title.

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Wimbledon Royal Box: Who is allowed to sit there and how many seats on Centre Court?

Wimbledon Royal Box: Who is allowed to sit there and how many seats on Centre Court?

One of the best views of the action at Wimbledon 2022 is surely the one guests in the Royal Box enjoy above Centre Court. The tradition of the Royal Box has been going since 1922 - 45 years after Wimbledon began - and it continues to be a focal point for fans and TV cameras.

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Why do fans at Wimbledon eat strawberries and cream and drink Pimm's?

Why do fans at Wimbledon eat strawberries and cream and drink Pimm's?

Restaurants and food and drink stalls are ubiquitous around the show courts at Wimbledon, which organisers say requires the largest catering operation of any event in Europe. While champagne is a popular choice at the summer Grand Slam, Pimm’s is just as in-demand and as much a tradition of the tournament as strawberries and cream.

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Who was the last British player to win Wimbledon? Complete list of men's and women's home champions

Who was the last British player to win Wimbledon? Complete list of men's and women's home champions

For many, Wimbledon is the jewel of the tennis calendar. It might be one of four Grand Slam events, along with the Australian, French and US Open, but The Championships have a greater prestige than any other tournament in the sport.

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Banned from Wimbledon: Daniil Medvedev among several tennis stars set to be excluded over Russia war

Banned from Wimbledon: Daniil Medvedev among several tennis stars set to be excluded over Russia war

World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev is among a host of tennis stars set to be banned from Wimbledon due to the war in Ukraine involving Russia. All players from Russia and Belarus, a Moscow ally which has supported the war, will be excluded from the June Grand Slam, the All England Club announced Wednesday, confirming an earlier report by The New York Times.

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