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Wozniacki sparks Wimbledon sexism row

Danish 24-year-old made comments after fifth loss in last 16 of Wimbledon, saying she would 'love' to play on a show court.

Gilbert: Muguruza can win slams (2:55)
Legends can hit tweeners too! (0:44)
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    IBM Insights: The lefty Czechs

    Left-handed players from the Czech Republic have made quite a mark in the women's draw at Wimbledon over the years.


Brad Gilbert @bgtennisnation

We have had rain this morning a bit cool out high 72ish very windy in afternoon high 20's gusting and some rain forecasted till 4ish

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

"I think the men are worth more. I don't think that's chauvinistic, it's just honest." -- Arthur Ashe on = prize $ at Wimbledon in 1976

Brad Gilbert @bgtennisnation

Looking forward to Stanimal vs Gasquet coul#d be interesting backhand battle, the other 3 could be 9 sets to zero

Azarenka: 'Put aside the noise'

Victoria Azarenka was frustrated after being asked about grunting during her match today and why it always comes up with women players. "I was practicing next to [Rafael] Nadal and he grunts louder than me."


ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Novak Djokovic is 12-0 vs quarterfinal opponent Marin Cilic, his best mark vs anyone. But, Cilic led Djokovic 2 sets to 1 at 2014 Wimbledon

Vandeweghe: Sharapova unsportsmanlike

Coco Vandeweghe accused Maria Sharapova of "moving around" during her second serve.


Highlight: Radwanska advances to semis

Agnieszka Radwanska is into the fourth Grand Slam semifinal of her career (3rd at Wimbleddon) and her first since the 2014 Australian Open.