You’re hot, the sun’s beating down, and you left home without your hat. How can you create a little shade for yourself? Well, you could take some inspiration from these ladies and repurpose your newspaper. That is, if you can still find one in a pinch.
Kate Middleton and that dude she lets sleep in her bed attended a match during day nine of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. (British people love a title, don’t they.)
Sorry, selfie stick enthusiasts, but the number of places where your selfie sticks are welcome continues to shrink. The latest no-go zone: Wimbledon.
Quartz has posited an interesting, if incomplete, theory: money is why we pay attention to women's tennis, and why you should care about women's tennis. Actually, history is why we pay attention to women's tennis, and why you do care about women's tennis.
British Labour party leader Ed Miliband, front left, former tennis player Rod Laver, second from left in front, British soccer player Wayne Rooney, third from left, and his wife Coleen, second from left in second row, and designer Victoria Beckham wait for the start of the Men's singles final match between Andy Murray…
Today, gentlemen, we were reminded why we lug our reputations as troglodytes well into the 21st century. A woman named Marion Bartoli proved athletic enough to win a singles title at Wimbledon and was thereupon described to BBC Radio 5 listeners as something other than "a looker." Because, you see, it is not enough to…
Pippa Middleton's latest column for the British political rag the Spectator (she has a column for the British political rag the Spectator) takes on the topic of Wimbledon. "Wimbers is tennis at its best, the grandest of all slams," writes the younger Middleton sister. "Which is why I like to go every year, at least…
LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 04: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge chat in the Royal Box on Centre Court during day nine of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 4, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)
Wimbledon 2011 is a prestigious championship tournament, where tennis players from around the world compete in grueling matches. We like to check out the hot bodies and orgasm-ish strained faces.
Wimbledon, the sacred summertime rite celebrating the best and brightest of the tennis world, is once again upon us. But an ominous shadow darkens the crisp white shorts of the world's oldest tennis tournament, a stain that threatens to compromise the very integrity of not only tennis and sports competitions in…
Last night, female tennis players and British celebs gathered in London to celebrate the WTA Tour Pre-Wimbledon Party while wearing some questionable outfits.
In a surprising announcement, Wimbledon officials have decided that Serena Williams will not be playing in front of the Queen, despite the US tennis champ's obvious excitement about the opportunity. But why?
In response to officials' admission that "physical attractiveness is taken into consideration" when making court assignments at Wimbledon, some commentators actually argued that there's nothing wrong with using sex to sell women's sports, but research suggests otherwise.