Below you will find updated information regarding the Wimbledon 2005. On this page we will be posting updated articles, predictions, odds and race information all pertaining to Wimbledon 2005. Bookmark this page and check back often for updates.
Doc's Sports Wimbledon Odds Page
by Doc's Sports
Because of the overwhelming requests last year we've compiled a page dedicated solely to Wimbledon odds for betting the on Wimbledon 2005.
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Wimbledon Gentlemen's Semi-Final: Switzerland Rules
by Chris, the Impaler - 06/30/2005
It has been more than thirty years since the heady days of Australia's dominance on Church Road by southpaw Rod Laver (four-time champ) and John Newcombe (last amateur to win at Wimbledon). Since 1972, however, only two other Australians have won the singles title; Pat Cash in 1987 and Lleyton Hewitt in 2002.
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Wimbledon Finals: Breakfast at the Graveyard
by Chris, the Impaler - 06/28/2005
Wimbledon's Court No. 2 is known as the "graveyard of champions" because historically it has favored the underdog. Whether it is due to the noise created by the restaurant nearby, or because the ball seems to bounce lower than on the other courts, somehow Court No. 2 is bad luck for high-ranked seeds; Agassi, Federer and Sampras have all lost to lower ranked opponents on Court No. 2.
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Wimbledon Stadium -- All England Lawn Tennis Club
by Jeff Siti - 06/28/2005
Wimbledon got under way on Monday, June 20 this year, which as you know fell exactly six weeks before the first Monday in August. True, the scheduling seems curious, but The Championships commence on that day each year. And by July 3 the fields of 128 players will be inched down to one, who will hoist the famous Wimbledon trophy and pocket a £630,000.00 check.
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Wimbledon Betting: Impossible is Nothing
by Chris, the Impaler - 06/27/2005
After she won the ladies singles title at the French Open in May, Justine Henin-Hardenne told a press conference, "Impossible is nothing." Perhaps the Greek Eleni Daniilidou was inspired by her words before they met in their first round match at Wimbledon.
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Wimbledon Trophy - Find Out What The Winners Get
by Jason Shimberg - 06/22/2005
Wimbledon, the world's oldest professional tennis tournament, culminates with presentations of Championship Trophies to five sets of Championships, the most visible being the Men's and Woman singles champs. The Men (Gentlemen) win a "cup", the Woman (Ladies) a "dish", in the British tradition of inequality for the genders. The Wimbledon trophy for each winner is displayed for several months of the year in the Museum at the All England Club.
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Wimbledon History: Grass is for Cows not Tennis, or is it?
by Chris, the Impaler - 06/21/2005
The great tennis automaton, Ivan Lendl once quipped that, "Grass meant to be for a cow, not to play tennis on." And has been since attributed to tennis players, such as Russian head case Marat Safin, a good tennis player on surfaces such as clay and hard-court and then fails miserably on the grass at Wimbledon.
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Past Wimbledon Champions
by Doc's Sports
Below Doc's Sports list the previous winners of Wimbledon. This event takes place at the end of June and last for two weeks. It is held at the All England Tennis and Croquet Club.
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