Federer and Wimbledon-An Unbreakable Relation
Roger Federer’s name is not unknown in the world of sports and to specify further, in the world of tennis.

Roger Federer’s name is not unknown in the world of sports and to specify further, in the world of tennis. He has been ranked as WORLD NUMBER 2 by the Association of Tennis Professionals as of May 2013.

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Legendary Pete Sampras in Wimbledon
Pete Sampras, an American former professional tennis player. His professional career began in 1988 and ended at the 2002 US Open,

Greatest tennis player Pete Sampras, the legendary king of tennis, with his 14 Grand Slam titles, has been the only player who never showed his emotions or broke into tears with such a grand career.

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The Grand Slam: Wimbledon
The 1877 Wimbledon Championship was a men's tennis tournament held at the All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club

Think of the game Lawn Tennis and Wimbledon is the first name that will come to your mind. The most esteemed tournament was first held in the year of 1877 in the London suburb of Wimbledon at the All England Club.

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Tennis Tournaments: Mercedes Cup, UNICEF Open, Swedish Open and Wimbledon
Mercedes Cup, for ATP Tour players to win the tournament: the champion takes home a new Mercedes-Benz.

The Mercedes Cup is held in Germany. It’s a part of the ATP World Tour 250 series, played on clay court. UNICEF Open is sponsored by UNICEF as a part of its initiative to make life better for struggling and deprived children. Swedish Open is held every year in Sweden. It is a part of the ATP World Tour.Wimbledon or British Open tennis tournament is a very old, most important and biggest tournament. 

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Important Tennis Tournaments
The US Open is the most popular professional hardcourt US tennis tournament

In the game of Tennis, tournament structure is always based on gender (male/female) and the total no of players. Usually, tournaments consist of Men (singles, doubles, and mixed doubles), women (singles, doubles, and mixed doubles).

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Tennis Grand Slam winners 2011-2014
Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open for the second time along with winning the Grand Slam title.

Tennis Grand Slams tournaments are the most important annual tennis events held. Also called Majors, these tournaments offer the maximum ranking points, prize money, and public and limelight.

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