Ladies' Doubles and Men's Doubles Final Wimbledon


Ladies' Doubles and Men's Doubles Final

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Welcome once again to Wimbledon where the headlines on the final

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stages women's terrace house a new start. Petra Kvitova won the title

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after outplaying Maria Sharapova 6- 3, 6-4. Liam Brady had

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disappointment in the boy's singles, losing to his Australian opponent

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after having a set and a break of serve. On BBC One we saw the Bryan

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brothers collected their second title at Wimbledon. It is their

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11th Grand Slam. We are going to Centre Court for the Ladies'

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Doubles final. The players have just walked out on to court. We can

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join the commentary team, Lindsay Davenport, enjoyed the singles, is

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sitting alongside the and Simon What a let-down! Not with you,

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Simon. It is pretty cloudy but we are not expecting rain. We had a

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10% chance but we hope we can get through this match. It is a big

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occasion for these players, of course. Samantha Stosur has been

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going through the wringer this year, it has not been a great year for

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have. It would be wonderful if she won a Wimbledon title. It is her

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third doubles final at Wimbledon. She was the runner-up in 2008 and

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2009. Wouldn't it be great if she 2009. Wouldn't it be great if she

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could do that here? Alongside her, maybe the woman of the tournament,

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Sabine Lisicki. Beaten in the semi- finals. Any questions at all? Heads

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or tails? Heads is the call. It is Kveta Peshcke from the Czech

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Kveta Peshcke from the Czech It is a fascinating match up

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because Peschke and Srebotnik have got fantastic doubles credentials.

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The way these young German has been hitting the balls in the last few

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weeks on the grass, you have got to give them a slight edge. With both

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these players, they have got huge serves and big forehands. They are

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the accomplished doubles players on the court, Stosur and Srebotnik,

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they have Grand Slam titles. If they get close, they will have a

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very good chance. The number two seats. Lisicki and Stosur are not

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seeded because they did not have credentials together. We can have a

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look at them in detail. You probably know a lot more about this

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young lady down a couple of weeks ago. She can play. Back in the big

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time after a horrific ankle problem. She has really competed very well.

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A fantastic run. Fantastic credentials. But she has never been

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past the second round before Wimbledon this year in a Grand Slam

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doubles tournament. This is her 5th Grand Slam doubles event. She has a

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rating of 151. But that is because she plays regularly. But they have

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not been defeated as a doubles team. They won the tournament at stood

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guard. -- in Germany. It is pretty frightening. Here is Stosur. She

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was the No. 1 player in the world five years ago when she was winning

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title after title. Stosur has not played as much doubles. Trying to

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focus on singles and has not had a regular partner. Her doubles

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ranking has fallen quite a bit. Eight doubles ranking of 62. But

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she has been the best and would not be far from the best right now if

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Here is their run. A big win against the defending champions.

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What a tight match in the semi- finals. That actually finished

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earlier today! Based stopped play last night at 5-5. They have been

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on court for just a short amount of time. 5-2 up last night. There is

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served for the match. Stosur and Lisicki, two of the best servers in

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the world, not broken. Here is the team, Kveta Peshcke and Katarina

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Srebotnik. They really got together last year. They are terrific. They

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will be the joint number one pair in the world if they win this match.

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They have to win this match and win the title. Peschke's credentials. A

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runner-up at Roland Garros last year. A quarter-finalist here three

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times. She has been using her Srebotnik. Peschke is at six. She

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is a tall woman at 5 ft 11 inches. A runner-up in four doubles events.

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Here in 2007 she has been the runner-up. She has been knocking on

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the door but she has won five doubles titles, but none at

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We can have a look at their run through this tournament. They had a

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few but the one I saw was against Cara Black, one of the pre-eminent

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doubles players. They dropped the opening set and did the same in the

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4th round. Then they prevailed pretty comfortably in the semi-

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final. That is a big victory in the semi-finals. They are one of the

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best teams on tour this year, their opponents. The crowd are making

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their way back. The parents of Lisicki. They must be proud. It has

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been a great couple of weeks for them and their daughter, winning or

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losing this match. A relief for them or her, as well as her partner

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because it was a long way back. She was on crutches, had to learn to

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The women's game threatens to change fundamentally with Petra

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Kvitova beating Maria Sharapova. How impressive was that? I have

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never seen her play live and up close. One of the best strikers I

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have ever seen. A magnificent day for the Czech Republic. It could

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get even better if Kveta Peshcke wins with Katarina Srebotnik. I was

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listening to an interview this morning with a Chelsea goalkeeper.

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He was saying he was an absolutely huge supporter and it was a big day

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for tennis in the Czech Republic. I bet he is glued to this as well.

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You have a fractional edge for Stosur and Lisicki? Yes, for the

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Serb alone. Kveta Peshcke and Katarina Srebotnik work well as a

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doubles partnership but it is their opponents with the big serve and

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the big forehand. It always helps to be able to get those three

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points. But is an interesting battle. Definitely Katarina

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Srebotnik and Kveta Peshcke are a more traditional doubles team.

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is great to see that dazzling smile Kata been there so public and Kveta

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Peshcke won the toss and they will Peschke made a very early move.

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a very hard move. A soft serve and she had all the time in the world

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That is good hitting. Did not go for the powerful forehand, but the

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dipping one. Srebotnik had no choice but ticket up because they

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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Good control from Peschke. You will see that mix of serve and volley

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and serve and stay back from Srebotnik. She wants to get into

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the net. It is difficult to win a cross-court forehand rally with

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She gave it a look but confirmation Do a simple serve, just where she

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wanted it. That is keen on grass, especially on doubles, the first

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serve that. It allows the partner to be involved. Too many second

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A good hold after saving three break point. -- there. -- of the

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Plenty on the line for both teams. Menacing clouds appear to be

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gathering but sunshine on court at It is an incredible serve. It uses

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the same task. His cast further above her head than normal for a

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first serve but she gets the variety and that extra pace. -- it

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Yes! Excellent instincts and a powerful finish. It was a great

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move by Lisicki to keep in the rally. So much rotation on that

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That was Lisicki's ball. Your partner does not have much court to

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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That was not in the script! Very unusual. Stosur normally has a very

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reliable served with lots of kick It all seemed to be going smoothly

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but then a double fault and and error. Suddenly, break point. --

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There was a chance. Especially with Stosur is staying back. Lisicki is

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not a doubles player in the sense that she is not poaching and taking

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the middle that much. She plays her again but mostly on her side of the

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Again, half a chance for Kveta Danger averted. She looks like she

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is enjoying herself on court. has helped her to place some of her

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best tennis. We have seen that smile, especially in her big

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I commentated on the match against Cara Black and that serve was

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pretty much under pressure the whole time. She likes to stay back,

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especially with the second. It can sit up and allow her to step in and

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work it to be met early in the Just clipping off the net. She was

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Eight crushing backhand and now they really are under pressure.

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That is the ability Lisicki and Stosur have that. Not as consistent

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but they can come up with the big shots. They can get some free

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That is a good move by Srebotnik. She is struggling to hold. Good

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returns have gone by. It is good to seek a partner trying to help her

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out. It puts a bit of doubt into That was a difficult half volley

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They have been knocking on the door and finally, it is opened. She was

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just not able to deal with that returns. -- return. It must be

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great at the start of a relationship when it is all working

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well. Isn't it the best at the beginning?! Maybe you and I in a

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couple of years will not get along as well. This is a good start. They

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have not yet learnt the nature of defeat together. They have been

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successful and obviously that helps. They have a good time on court

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which is great. Both of these ladies are more concentrated on

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singles, that is fair to say. They do not play regularly. For them,

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this is a bonus. It is an opportunity to achieve something

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they were not expecting in this Grand Slam. Plenty of different

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weather about. 50-50 sunshine and Lisicki holds that forehand very

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well. She can choose to go anywhere and at the last minute, put that on

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Yes! Fantastic shot. Great movement by Lisicki. Srebotnik ran a little

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bit early considering the line was opened. That was probably an easy

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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She has got such belief. I didn't realise it was that close to

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Again, the power of the returned. It is overwhelming Peschke had

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Srebotnik and that is a huge advantage. That power that she

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possesses, it was difficult for many opponents in the singles but

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in doubles, you have got to be You wonder where she gets the power

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from. Look at the legs. She has got a strong base. It allows her to be

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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Not far away. That was a good idea. They are challenging the call. They

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UMPIRE: Team challenges remaining. That was a bullet. That is three

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consecutively that she has taken the return right at the net. She is

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When you start a doubles pairing, is there always a natural leader?

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Yes. Definitely on the court, and in the case of Stosur and Lisicki,

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it would be Stosur, because she is older, more experienced. You are

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right. In the beginning, if the players have wins in the beginning,

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it is much easier, not as many, let us call them cat fights! But as we

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talked about, Stosur is the only player thon court that has women's

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doubles Grand Slam, she has two and she doesn't play all that often. So

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she has that bit more experience, and specially in the big matches,

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the end of Grand Slam, the finals she needs to be the leader and help

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Lisicki. Especially when it gets to the end of sets and matches. It is

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good to see Sam Stosur smiling. It has been a difficult year for her

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She was out 12 days ago, of the women's singles. Disappointing loss.

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The great Billie Jean. She has been there the whole day, enjoying all

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That is a good play from Peschke. Good play for the team to try and

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pick on Lisicki at net during Stosur's serve, because Stosur's

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better volleyer and more natural doubles player, knows where to be.

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There is the jer man fed cup captain. What a job she has at the

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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moment. -- German. Lisicki. It didn't look likely. But just a

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bit of fall built there. Stosur particularly and it is three games

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each. A nice two games in a row by Peschke and Iris Robinson after the

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play was taken away from them. Nice recovery to get this first setback

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on serve. There is the man who coaches Peschke. That is her

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husband. That is quite a dual role. That is wicked. Wicked little hop.

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Off the net. Not only does she get the benefit of it, she got a nice

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Great scrambling by Stosur to keep her team alive in this rally, but

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Peschke with the, not a good overhead, and Lisicki took

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advantage. 96mph forehand. Unbelievable speed. The guys will

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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APPLAUSE. Srebotnik right on top of Decided rather late to go for it

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And she went sideways. Lisicki, when you are at net, you trying the

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take over the middle. You want to more more to diagonal, more forward

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in your motion. She was going sideways, and leaning a little back

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Oh! Whether it is forehand or backhand, she hits it like greased

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lightning. And not scared to go up the line, which is so important.

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for the second time she serves she has to save break point. She was

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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Again Go going wide to get the Well, team of Peschke and Srebotnik

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are going to have o start covering their line better. Srebotnik tried

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to fake and get back there. First serves are going to be key. A mere

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Stosur done a nice job of opening up the court with that low backhand

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slice. Had her choice of forehands, but let it sit up too much the the

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middle. Gave Peschke time to get there and put that forehand volley

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APPLAUSE. Just wide. But clear Power is her calling card, but she

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has got other things under her belt as well. Yeah, we saw the drop

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shots in the singles. They are fantastic lob. Just pulled it wide.

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Oh, yes!, now Stosur is coming to the party. How strong must her arm

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be, to play a shot like that? even gave a smile after this shot.

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Inmean incredible angle she is able to get off her back foot, inside

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Oh! I think that got her foot. Otherwise it would have been a

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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APPLAUSE. Cool volley from Srebotnik. Very composed up at the

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net by Srebotnik. Placed that perfectly, right in the middle of

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Well, she has got so many big shots in, you can't condemn her when one

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Well that is a significant hold. They are going to challenge. But

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person and Srebotnik striding to the chair were confident. It

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UMPIRE: Ball change please. Peschke and Srebotnik is a have been

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massively successful this year, they have woun won titles in

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Auckland, Doha. They are really getting it together. Runners up in

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Eastbourne. They will have been relieved to get out of that hole.

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It looked threatening. The last three game, they were down 3-1. But

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they have managed to fight off the power of Lisicki and Stosur. To be

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the more creative doubles team, so It's a good combination, dublgs mix,

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that mixture of deadly competitive but good fun, and you see that is

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going on here. With both teams. It is great to see them enjoying the

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moment, being intense, but also having fun with their partner, who

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can forget last year, Vera Zvonareva having a break down, a

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meltdown a few hours after she lost the singles final, with her partner

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Vesnina, there is a bit more light- So it is Lisicki now, with new

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And that great anticipation at the net by Stosur. Moving with the path

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She has lost herbals to at the moment. -- her ball toss at the

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That was remarkable. Even on that second serve the ball was way

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behind Lisicki. Wasn't able to Oh yes. Great stuff. From Peschke

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Break point, but this volley here by Peschke, she got down low, get

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back deep. Fed her partner up for the great angle volley. Lisicki

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looks a little tentative at the moment. The ball toss is really

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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Just remember her serving with Li That is a creative play, that

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Srebotnik and Peschke have, they have feel, they try to utilise

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their shots. They don't have as much power as Lisicki and Stosur

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but they will try to disrupt their opponents as best they can. So they

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broke Stosur, last service game, for these two and now break point

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Well, you kind of sensed it was coming. Suddenly, it is 5-3. And

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the number two seeds are on the So it will be vob have to be serve

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fourth the set after 39 minutes. -- That was world class volley from

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Srebotnik. She is anticipating well. She is on her toes, that was a

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great Japanese player in the first Her form has just fallen away in

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the last ten minutes or so. Here are three set points for the number

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A thoroughly professional finish to the settle for person and Srebotnik.

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-- for Peschke and Srebotnik. Bark so first set to Peschke and

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Srebotnik. We will be back with this match in a moment. We are

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going to break away briefly to hear from the new ladies champion

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Kvitova who earlier today defeated Maria Sharapova in straight sets.

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How has it been since you went off Centre Court? Has it been crazy?

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Well, I mean, I was crazy. I think round me, and, it's, I don't know,

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I am still like, in a dream, and I cannot believe it. You look very, I

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mean, sort of overwhelmed on court. Did, was it a big surprise and

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everything overwhelmed you? Well, you know, I was, I didn't play

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final before, I only played Fourth Round for example, so I was just

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focused on my game, and it was... I think it was hard so I am happy I

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made it. You, a lot of players get mer nervous playing in their first

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Grand Slam final. You showed no signs from walking down the court,

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walking on the court. But you obviously were at the end. Well, I

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was nervous before the match, when I came there, it was OK. Then I

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played in the tennis, and well, I wasn't nervous, actually. I am

:52:53.:52:58.

surprised. But, yeah, it is true. But when you were growing up and

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watching Wimbledon, who did you admire the most then? Well, I

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didn't watch too much. I didn't like watching the tennis in the TV.

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I liked to play but watching, not too much. I watched probably some

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mens like Andre Agassi and Sampras. But if there was something about a

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match, I watched. They say that you, when you were growing up you went

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sure you were going to be a tennis player, you thought you were going

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to be a teacher I played tennis for fun and do something, after the

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school, and so... In in the city they were for the woman there was

:53:43.:53:49.

only the tennis and the volleyball, but I liked tennis more than

:53:49.:53:53.

volleyball. So I tried it and I was still playing, and I was, I don't

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know, round fourth, third place in my age, in the Czech Republic, and

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then, yeah, then I won some tournaments, in the home. And it

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was moved and I am practising. bet your dad is pleased you didn't

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want to be a teacher and you took up tennis. Yes. For sure. Have you

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seen them since you came off court? Thaw left already, because they

:54:21.:54:26.

have a flight today. Oh no. So no big celebration tonight. No family

:54:27.:54:31.

celebration. No, maybe they will celebrate alone and me with the

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coaches. But on Monday I will see them, so... It is OK. Tell us what

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was going through your mind at match point. You brought out that

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big serve and you sunk to your knees, what was going through your

:54:46.:54:56.
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mind then? Well, I don't know. we go. Because... I thought, before

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the game... Sorry. I didn't see them in the box. I thought before

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the game when I know that now, you have to do it, I thought, OK, I do

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it, and nothing was like, no, what if I don't do it, so, yeah I was so

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mentally, and when I have it was OK. I did the first one. The ace, I

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think it was first ace in the match. First ace. It is true. What a time

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to do it Well, yes, it is true. Then we saw you go out Centre Court.

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Which is nice to carry the trophy round the courtment we saw your

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name is already up on the board. When you look at the names that

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have won this Championship, you will be able to come back here,

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year after year, after year, and see your name and I am sure it

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maybe up there many more times but that must be a proud moment. Well,

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yeah. When I am on the court and I saw it in the TV one day, right

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there, it was like wow, I'm there. So, yeah. It's great. You played a

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great match as well. Congratulations, enjoy your first

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Wimbledon title, and I am sure you will be back for many many more.

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Thank you very much. Thanks. So we will now head back to Centre Court,

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as promised, and break point for Peschke and Srebotnik, so let us

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rejoin our commentators Lindsay Davenport and Simon Reed. In fact

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they have taken it. Nay have indeed Sue. It is looking better and

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better for Peschke and Srebotnik that. Is what, five games on the

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spin, and the momentum very firm bli the number two seeds.

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Absolutely. Another double fault from Stosur, gives the break early

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in the second set. And the team of Lisicki-Stosur immediate to start

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working together a little bit more. A few bouts of inconsistencies, a

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few too many errors. Srebotnik is becoming the star of the show. Some

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wonderful volleying in the previous game. Let us see what she does here.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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They are looking more and more convincing these two.

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surprisingly the team of Peschke and Srebotnik winning a much higher

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percentage of points on their first serve. We thought that would be a

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huge statistic in favour of Lisicki and Stosur. Much bigger serves but

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Peschke and Srebotnik doing a nice How clever was that? Clear thinking.

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Great doubles instincts. A great defensive lob. Then they got back

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into that rally. A good job holding A wonderful shot again from

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Srebotnik. What a great pick up. It is falling apart a bit for Stosur

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We were talking about the points on We were talking about the points on

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first serve. On first serves, it is 66 % and just 53 % for Lisicki and

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It is very surprising, especially on grass that they have not done a

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better job of managing their service games. A lot of easy points

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Lisicki really struggling with her form. It is going downhill. Very

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Much about doubles is about anticipation. Peschke seems team

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understand exactly where the ball is going. She is reacting quickly

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and getting a lot of bodies back into play. Great volleying by her

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partner. -- valleys. -- volleying You can sense the atmosphere in the

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crowd. I think people do not understand what has happened to

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Lisicki. She got wildly out of sync on that serve and she is struggling

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to put balls into court. Credit to Peschke and Srebotnik for playing

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solid doubles. But their opponents have been far too inconsistent.

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From 3-1 in the opening set, they have lost eight games in succession.

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It doesn't seem credible. I they heading to their first defeat as a

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doubles team -- are they heading to their first defeat as a doubles

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team? It looks like that. The some light has gone. It is good

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visibility without glare. But they have got to get it going now.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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Peschke, watched by her husband, 3- It has been disappointing. Her

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first Grand Slam final of any kind. She wants to enjoy the moment but

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her game has fallen dramatically in Both of them are struggling to hit

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any ball into court. Peschke and Srebotnik have done a very nice job

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taking advantage of this decline in Again, a great hands and

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anticipation. It does not matter who is at the net. They are both

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They have got two chances to change this around. They have got to play

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better and hope these players get nervous. There is always that

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little bit of anxiety that enters the player for the first time.

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Except Petra could better there. She looked rather normal on the big

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stage today. If -- except Petra The call is being challenged. Close,

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The crowd want to see a contest and they are cheering every point.

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have seen some pretty straightforward victories and great

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tennis on Centre Court. But the singles and the Men's Doubles were

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UMPIRE: Please turn off mobile Suddenly, this game becoming

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interesting. A bit of nerves already. A double fault at 40-

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series. She had a hard time swinging through on that account.

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Can they break down from here? She continues to go through her

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Game on! They have stopped the run of defeats and eight in succession.

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That was a second ace for Stosur. What a huge turn around potentially

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that game was. It has allowed Stosur and Lisicki to win their

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And now their opponents cannot hit This is when you are happy on a

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doubles court. It is up to Srebotnik to get Peschke back up

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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and be a positive influence. They Well played! Such good hands.

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Srebotnik showing how solid she is at the net. Great improvisation.

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Let's see what Peschke can come up That was a great comeback. It is

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devastating to lose that game but great concentration and a great job

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by Srebotnik to keep apart a positive and in the moment. -- to

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You can tell they play on a regular basis. They have done for almost

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two years. They look well on the court together and understand each

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other's as analyses. This is Stosur and Lisicki's second tournament. --

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They have got the weapons to turn this around. But they have not got

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them together at the same time. They have not worked as well as 18

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as their opponents in this match. - That is a pity, Lisicki. She moved

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They are dynamite at the net. solid volleying. But as we said,

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they move well and anticipate well. Yes! The nervousness five minutes a

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day seems to have gone. She is thinking very clearly. -- five

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That was almost perfect teamwork! A fait Miss Hit And My Partner hits

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it. -- eight messed-up shot and my That is a familiar call I am afraid

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They are within touching distance. It has been very frustrating. It

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has been very close for Peschke and Peschke will be 36 in a couple of

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days. She has been on tour for a very long time. She understands

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UMPIRE: Thank you, at the back. Serving still isn't right for

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Lisicki. It is amazing how it has It is a virtually meltdown. -- it

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What a shock! Lisicki would have been proud of that. That is the

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best she has played in this match. Now, Srebotnik and Peschke have two

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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At last! But she has got to do it UMPIRE: Game set and match, Peschke

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After almost two decades on tour, Peschke is a Grand Slam champions.

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Katarina Srebotnik wins her first women's Grand Slam title. Well done.

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women's Grand Slam title. Well done. 6-3, 6-1. Just one hour and 11

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SUE BARKER: That is the friendliest end to a match I have ever seen. A

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terrific story and great for these two to win the Wimbledon title.

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They were not in that match earlier in that first set but then raced

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Well done to them. That completes are live tennis on Centre Court. We

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have got 25 minutes before John Inverdale takes over. But we have

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got plenty of entertainment between now and then it. We will look back

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to a match earlier today on Court No. 1. We were hoping for the

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future of British tennis, To win a championship title. That I am

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afraid, although he was a break of serve up against his opponent, he

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could not close it out. The Australian won 6-2 in the final set.

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But I bet he has a big future and Take us through from the second set

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when you seemed to have control. was a set and a break up and

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playing good tennis and I think he was nervous. I was in control. I

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played a few shots at 4-3 and he got back into the match. By the end

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of the third he was playing good tennis. Any thoughts that maybe the

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fact that you had control of the match and could have pressed on,

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was that bothering you? I think at the start of the third I let it go

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and tried to focus on the third set because it was everything to play

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for. I had a chance again to break and I did not take my chances.

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will have felt disappointed but in hindsight, thinking about what you

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have accomplished, how do you feel? Like I said before, I think it you

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had asked me before the first round it I would have taken the finals of

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the Wimbledon juniors, I would have taken that. But it does not feel

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good to lose in the finals and I hope to come back next year. What

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was it like on Court No. 1 today with the crowd watching? It was

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fantastic. My opponent said it was a great atmosphere as well. Much of

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the time the crowd was behind me and it was massive. People often

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say at it is inspirational. Is that how you are feeling? Yes, indeed. I

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really did enjoy it and I have enjoyed the entire week. It gave me

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great motivation to carry on and work even harder and come back and

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win the tournament. We chatted earlier about the fact that you are

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not funded by the LTA. Do you think other sponsors will be coming to

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back you? To me it is irrelevant. I just get on with the tennis and

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leave it all in the court. other thing people do is ask

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youngsters, what do you want to be when you turn professional? Do you

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think you are going to make it? What do you think about that?

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a bit of a run this week and I really enjoyed it and I am going to

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work harder and go to America and reproduce good tennis. Are you

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watching the men's final? Definitely. Who do you think will

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come out on top? They are both fantastic players. I guess Nadal

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because he is the defending champion but anything could happen.

:25:15.:25:23.

We hope to see you again, hopefully He has had a terrific fortnight

:25:23.:25:27.

getting through to the final and putting out the top players in the

:25:27.:25:34.

process but he could not quite get above at final hurdle. We are going

:25:34.:25:40.

from the players of the future to memory lane. It is 50 years since

:25:40.:25:48.

the last all-British Wimbledon final with a battle for Queen of

:25:48.:25:54.

the Centre Court. Christine was the darling of British tennis. They

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were both outside the top five and we have been reminiscing with the

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finalists about a match that I remember that it was a very tense

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time. I trained very hard for this fortnight and I had been in the

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final in 1958 and been beaten. I was very certain I was not doing

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That is it! Game, set and match will stop since I was 60 --. Since

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I was 16 I wanted to win Wimbledon. Frank Sinatra was my pin up and I

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met him in Hollywood. I was also a been fairly successful, which

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helped motivation. To play at Wimbledon was obviously the best.

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It did not matter who I was playing. I was very focused on everything.

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Being all British was obviously very nice for the country. Because

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the British were not going to lose. I think I was the favourite because

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my career started young and I was experienced. She was young and

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attractive and she was about 20 at the time had the schoolgirls loved

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her and that was great because that took the spotlight away. To talk us

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through the magic will start we had a couple -- talk us through the

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start. I was five points away from winning. You do not feel positive

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until the last ball is struck. I had an ankle injury earlier in the

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year and it was a bit slippery on the court and it took away my

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concentration. Angela of course is a very shrewd player and took

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advantage. But for me, that turned it around. She is in trouble.

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slipped and lost concentration. It didn't bother me particularly.

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that these turning point? Well, she thought it was but I did not think

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it made any difference to me. A difficult match for both girls to

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play and certainly a worthy champion, Angela Mortimer. What did

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it feel like to be a Wimbledon champion? Well, to start with,

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after a couple of weeks of absolute attention, it was nothing but

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relief that it was all over. I could go back to living a normal

:29:13.:29:20.

life. I could go to bed and sleep! I found out actually the

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opportunities do not come fast and furious for the next few years. I

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was distracted, well, by boyfriends, for want of a better word. A life

:29:32.:29:38.

outside of the tennis life I had been living. I suppose I always

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felt I could see that slipping away, but I never would achieve these

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heights again. It has been 50 years since... I am afraid it is! Will we

:29:53.:29:59.

ever see bat again, a British or final -- see that again, an all-

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British final at Wimbledon? I am not sure. I am glad to have been a

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part of that. Never say never. I am sure something will happen when we

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It is the winners they remember. Those were the days. Angela's coach

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was my coach. Looking around here, it is a very special year at the

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club, celebrating 125 years of the tournament. It has changed a lot in

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that time. The venue has changed. The roof on Centre Court. The first

:30:55.:31:00.

tournament was not actually played here at the All-England Club. It

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Wimbledon is the most grand, Moss tradition of the world's tennis

:31:09.:31:13.

venue, each year tens of thousands pour through the turnstiles helping

:31:13.:31:17.

to make it one of the great sporting events but 125 years ago

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it was very different. In fact the tournament wasn't even held here.

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Taxi! Can you take me to Walpole Road please. Thank you. In 1877 the

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first Wimbledon tournament was held a mile away from this current home.

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There you go fella. Cheers. The original site belonging to

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Wimbledon high school for girls. A few courts are all that remains of

:31:48.:31:53.

the little piece of tennis history. The site seems relatively small,

:31:53.:31:57.

and I still find it difficult to think that upwards of 2,000 people

:31:57.:32:03.

came to watch the Championships here. I had originally suspected

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that perhaps we bought part of the club rather than all of it, but no,

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indeed this is the whole thing. It is amazing. What else from the

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original site back in the late 1800s still exists? Well the

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pavilion itself is still here, and we use that for changing rooms.

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These two courts were two of the courts, numbers two and three

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courts, in the original club, and over on that side, we have three

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tennis courts on the site of what was courts six and seven. Until

:32:34.:32:37.

2000 we had grass courts but ta those are very expensive to

:32:37.:32:41.

maintain, and in fact now we have an astro turf hockey pitch on what

:32:41.:32:47.

was the site of the original Centre Court. The first tournament was

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held at Walpole road in 1888 -- 1877 and was organise niceed by the

:32:52.:32:57.

croquet club. Humble beginnings. The croquet lawns needed to be flat

:32:57.:33:01.

and smooth for the balls to run true. They had a pony roller. A

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roller pulled by a pony. The pony wore shoes. When the roller broke,

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there was consternation, they decided thaid they would need to

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hold a tennis tournament to raise the funds. The entry was very small.

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Only about 32 players. Spencer Gore won the tournament. Gore lived

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locally and cycled to the ground we are told. Not only was the style of

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play very different to what we are used to, but the fashion of players,

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wearing knickerbockers and bow ties is unlikely to be seen again.

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have to remember that tennis began in a Victorian age, where the

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gentlemen wore bustle dresses. The gentleman wore long trousers or

:33:51.:33:55.

knicker bobg -- knickerbockers, it was a different world. To imagine

:33:55.:34:00.

the scenes we see today would have been impossibleable then. It came

:34:00.:34:08.

from very small beginnings. As the popularity of tennis grew, they

:34:08.:34:12.

couldn't cope with the numbers. crowds were impossible to control,

:34:12.:34:15.

the police were worried about it, so they searched for a new ground.

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Found this one, which was an open field site. Adjacent to Wimbledon

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park, and the move was made with some trepidation and they built

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this Centre Court to seat 14,000 people, and people said my goodness,

:34:30.:34:36.

nobody is going to fill those, it will be a white elephant. It

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wasn't! No, it really wasn't. This is a tournament with a rich history.

:34:43.:34:47.

This is a magnificent venue, but they haven't stopped yet. They will

:34:47.:34:52.

improve it still over the next few years. We will head back to Centre

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Court to see the presentation but I want to take this moment to high

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light a programme coming up next week to pay tribute to one of

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sport's all time greats Seve Ballesteros. There is many ways to

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play golf. You can build your own course with your imagination.

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inspired me how much passion he put into the game. How much he wanted

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it. To Forget the player. We missed him as a person. That lovely smile

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is there for one run, he has a great sense of humour. I remember

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him as a vibrant character. never talk about the worse, but I

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am convinced he knew. Because of him, we golf in Spain. Yes, seeing

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Rafa there, he was a big friend and fan of receivey, and you Lee him in

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the programme, that is, 10.25 BBC One next Sunday. And Rafa will be

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on Centre Court tomorrow for the final against Novak Djokovic but on

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Centre Court today we have seen three finals played and we have

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seen the women's doubled completed and a triumph for Peschke and

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Srebotnik. There they are in the Royal Box, with their trophies.

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They are comfortable winners over Sabine Lisicki and Sam Stosur.

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Billie Jean King, winner of 20 Wimbledon titles leading the

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applause. A proud, proud moment for them. And earlier today, the Bryan

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brother, Mike and Bob. The twins from America, they defeated Robert

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Lindstedt and Tecau in straight sets to win their second Wimbledon

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title, they last won it back in 2006, but it is their 11th Grand

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Slam victory. And there is a photo So well done to the Bryans as well.

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Well we have a bit of tennis to bring you before John takes over

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with Today at Wimbledon at 8.00. But we are going to take do you

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daubls match from earlier today and the boys doubles. A semifinal and

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Liam Broady was back on court with his partner. Up against George

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Morgan and his partner. We can join it now. It is five games all in the

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Various racket manufacturers very happy to confirm the frameworks as

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I tend to use the frame for than Liam Broady trying to defend the

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title he won with another Brit Tom Trying to hold his nerve in his

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APPLAUSE. He did well to control this, it was a wide return. He gets

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his body round it well. Might be I assume that Pavic was inspired by

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Goran Ivanisevic. He used the same racket gorn used to. -- Goran

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Beautiful service action. Goran Ivanisevic of course, has been in

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action in the over 45s or the senior invitational as they call it

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here. I haven't had time to see many of his matches but I got half

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an hour on Centre Court with him, where he sever served almost a game

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of aces. I was commentating on him. A shaky start to a service game

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from Luke Broady to, which he has to hang on to if they are to stay

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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Suddenly a window of opportunity. Oh! Could be costly. Could be very

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very costly. Two match points for a place in the final of the boys'

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doubles. Currently in the possession of Pavic and that man,

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George Morgan, the 18-year-old from The second serve was only 70mph. I

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think it is stunned Pavic who never got his legs up to the ball. Crafty

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Horansky having the skill to deal with that volley. Nothing is easy

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It is a case of now you see them, now you don't, in terms of break or

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match points. They have anished again. They have now had three. All

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APPLAUSE. Well those who have battled them away. -- those two.

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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First up to serve, the 18-year-old APPLAUSE. First mini-break -- break.

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This is not the time to hit your Can Pavic capitalise? Oh! Certainly

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can with a swinging serve like that That was a gorgeous serve.

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Reminiscent of Broady in the singles earlier. So good, because,

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well, we have said it endless time, it takes the opponent so wide.

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Goodness me! The West Indies pace bowlers played tennis they would

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serve like that. That was outstanding. I thought you were

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going to talk about Goran Ivanisevic there, because that was

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reminiscent of him. Back-to-back aces. Must be something in the

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Oh it's in. Found it. And it is two mini-breaks now and some real

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ensure -- insurance as the two dough owes change ends. That --

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duos. That was really smart tennis. He hadn't shown his card on that

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one all match but saves it for the big point. Just threads the needle

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Should George Morgan hang on the his two next serves, for the second

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year running, he will be through to the final of the boys' doubles at

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 67 seconds

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George Morgan and Matty pa Vic, the Anglo Croat partnership see off

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Broady and Horansky. What day it has been for Liam Broady. Beaten in

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the final of the boys' single. Beaten in the semifinal of the

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boys' doubles. Not one he would like to remember but well done

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Morgan and Pavic. They will be on Court One in the final tomorrow. We

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are guaranteed a British victory because they will play Oliver

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Golding and his partner. So look ahead to tomorrow, and the

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programme on Centre Court, play starts at two clock. There is the

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mixed doubles final, but we are looking forward to this one. Rafael

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Nadal against Novak Djokovic, the two best players in the game. Rafa

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came into the Championships, as the top ranked player but Novak will

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leave as world number one. They are two of the fittest, fastest men

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Sue Barker hosts further live coverage from Wimbledon of the women's doubles final. The doubles events are always entertaining and previous champions at the All England Club include such legendary combinations as Newcombe and Roche, McEnroe and Fleming, McNamara and McNamee, Navratilova and Shriver and Woodbridge and Woodforde.


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