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Topic - Wimbledon Championships
The Championships, Wimbledon, or simply Wimbledon (20 June – 3 July in 2011), is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, considered by many to be the most prestigious. It has been held at the All England Club in the London suburb of Wimbledon since 1877. It is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, the other three Majors being the Australian Open, French Open and US Open. Wimbledon is the only Major still played on the game's original surface, grass, which gave the game of lawn tennis its name. - Source: Wikipedia
Roger Federer is back in the Wimbledon final for the first time since 2009. If that seems like a long gap for the six-time champion, imagine how all of Britain feels: Andy Murray is the first man from the host country to play for the title at the All England Club in 74 years.
Men to watch at Wimbledon, which begins Monday:
Give Uncle Toni credit for honesty.