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Wimbledon tennis today, Saturday 4 July – What to watch streamed live online

Third-round action from Wimbledon 2015 is live online and on TV on Saturday 4 July: Petra Kvitova vs Jelena Jankovic, Gael Monfils vs Gilles Simon and...

Andy Murray vs Andreas Seppi live from Wimbledon: Seppi a class act on grass courts

Murray must not be complacent against Seppi, who beat Federer at the Australian Open: Murray vs Seppi Wimbledon live

Petra Kvitova vs Jelena Jankovic live from Wimbledon: Frustrating Jankovic could push Kvitova

Easy early rounds for Kvitova could leave her vulnerable against Jankovic: Kvitova vs Jankovic Wimbledon live

Serena Williams survives Wimbledon 2015 scare to beat Heather Watson in Centre Court thriller

Britain's Heather Watson pushed Serena Williams to the brink of elimination at Wimbledon before the world number one fought back to secure her place i...

Roger Federer vs Sam Groth live from Wimbledon: Federer unlikely to be tested

The wait for a competitive match for Federer at Wimbledon set to continue: Federer vs Groth Wimbledon live

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Caroline Wozniacki vs Camila Giorgi live from Wimbledon: Hard-hitting Giorgi could oust the Dane

Wozniacki must be sharp on serve and return to avoid another early Grand Slam exit: Wozniacki vs Giorgi Wimbledon live

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Rafael Nadal - Is he done winning grand slams?

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Dustin Brown: Five fun facts you may not know about Rafael Nadal's Wimbledon conquerer

Dustin Brown shocked the world when he toppled Rafael Nadal in the second round of Wimbledon on Thursday.

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Tennis Tips this Week

  • ATP Masters 1000 Rome

    The last push before the French Open begins as Novak Djokovic returns to the tour to defend his title, as he prepares to bid for the one Grand Slam title that eludes him. With Rafael Nadal still searching for his form, the tournament could be a prelude to what will unfold at Roland Garros.
    Read our ATP Rome Masters updates here
  • WTA Rome

    Serena Williams will look to defend her title and use that as a springboard for a far better French Open campaign than last year. Expect to see some of the best challengers on the clay pick up the pace as both Maria Sharapova and Simona Halep continue to battle for the World No. 2 spot ahead of the seedings for the French Open.
    Read our WTA Rome updates here
  • ATP Geneva

    Home hope and top seed Stan Wawrinka will look for a home win as the tour returns to Geneva for the first time since 1991, in the relocated Dusseldorf tournament slot. The Swiss No. 2 is looking for a return to the form that took him to the Rotterdam title in February as well as sharpening up his clay court time ahead of the French Open.
    Read our ATP Geneva updates here
  • ATP Nice

    Troubled defending champion Ernests Gulbis returns but has been struggling to find form since the start of the year. He will be up against Gilles Simon and John Isner, but fans should keep an eye out for Nick Kyrgios whose win against Roger Federer in Madrid singles him out as one to watch as he continues to seek out his first title.
    Read our ATP Nice updates here
  • WTA Nurnberg

    Angelique Kerber will want to try and tap into the form that took her to the Charleston and Stuttgart titles in this final week before the French Open, as she continues her preparation. She will be joined by fellow Germans Andrea Petkovic and Sabine Lisicki at the top of the draw as they make the most of their last chance to play in an event on home soil.
    Read our WTA Nurnberg updates here
  • WTA Strasbourg

    After a run to the final on the green clay of Charleston, Madison Keys looks to the clay in Strasbourg for her final preparation where she tops the field, but we can expect some fireworks from the ever feisty Alize Cornet who will also want to do well on home soil before facing the partisan Parisians at Roland Garros. 
    Read our WTA Strasbourg updates here

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