Teens take over bottom of bracket
Sixteen-year-old Tamira Paszek, the only unseeded player left in the bottom half of the draw, led a host of teenagers into Week 2 at Wimbledon.
WIMBLEDON, England -- Tamira Paszek, working the big room for the first time, could not have been more poised.
Facing several dozen journalists in her first interview in a Grand Slam main media room, she deftly handled questions in precise English for 10 minutes. Then Paszek, who is also fluent in French, did it again in German.
What were you doing when you were 16? Did you know what you wanted, or who you were? Did you have a command of your craft?
Paszek won't turn 17 until December, ...
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