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  1. #1
    JayCee Guest

    Post Wimbledon Championships



    Who are peoples favourites to take this years Wimbledon titles?
    I think Justine Henin-Hardenne for the ladies and Andre Agassi for the men

  2. #2
    ronnel18 Guest
    Firstly i would like to say im very happy to be apart of this forum.. hopefully i can enjoy a more pleasant experience thani have in the past..


    Anyhow my choices for the wimbledon title
    Women: Venus Williams ( I know shes struggling a bit however she seems to be hungry and she has been in the finals the last 3 years)

    Men: Andre Aggasi ( It would very nice to see henman win one though)

  3. #3
    WILSON95 Guest
    MARIA SHARAPOVA. Nice and a very good player.

  4. #4
    mcgwirefan Guest

    Champs

    I don't think Justine H-H will win since she is injured as is Lindsay Davenport, so on the women's side, it proably will be a Williams sister or Clijsters.

    Men: after last night, Andy Roddick has a shot or Agassi.

  5. #5
    WILSON95 Guest
    Roger Federer, potentially better than Sampras.

  6. #6
    WILSON95 Guest
    Roger Federer, potentially better than Sampras.

  7. #7
    HAHAHA! No one would have ever of thought The "SCUD" would be up there aye!!!

  8. #8
    Ladies: A fully fit, and motivated Serena looks unbeatable.


    Men: There’s not as many grass court specialists around to dominate as there once was, so maybe it will be a more open tournament than in recent years.

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    Attending Wimbledon and Queen Mary2

    My wife and I are going to be part of a group flying to London on June 21st and staying for 4 days, 2 of which will be to attend the Wimbledon Championships. We then will be cruising from South Hampton to New York on the new Queen Mary 2. We then intend to stay in New York for a few days and visit the center for the U.S. Open. If any of you are interested in joining us, email me or respond on this thread.

  10. #10
    marcus Guest
    Roger Federer has- no real contenders
    Last edited by marcus; 03-25-2004 at 05:42 PM.

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    Topnotch Tennis Pro Picks...

    My Picks are Federer- who can beat him! and for the women- it would be nice for Clijsters to come out of Henin's shadow.

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  12. #12
    marcus Guest
    Some semifinal's thoughts.

    Maria Sharapova at 17 was magnificent against Lindsay Davenport .
    Amelie Mauresmo looked like could have just snatched it way from Serena which faulted a few times, but no, it wasn't to be , Serena power and brilliant mental agility won the match .

    I don't think Mario Ancic posseses as yet the maturity to beat good old Roddick which in turn remains the strongest contender a step lower then Roger.

    Roger Federer is just 'the men' ,I could go on for ever talking about his qualities ,without taking anything away from Grojean ( finalist of three Grand Slams out of four), Roger has without a doubt an extra gear , lets see if he will be able to use it.

    Serena Williams should once more take the crown, I don't see Maria Sharapova as a real challenge, but anything can still happen .

    Good luck to all , may the best win.

  13. #13
    marcus Guest
    And it did happen, Maria Sharapova a million dollar richer won, 6-1 6-4.
    Amazing , no doubt Serena will have another chance to prove herself at the U.S. Open .

  14. #14
    marcus Guest
    So here we go again, it's 2005 and Wimbledon is on the horizon.
    We just can't wait,in the mean time lets start a forecast.
    This time we can have two

    Federer
    Andy Roddick

    J. Henin-Hardenne
    Lindsay Davenport

    It's the ladies that I find difficult to forecast ( don't we all:-))

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    For Wimbledon 2006 - Roger Federer - Martina Hingis.

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