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Tennis Quotations - Wimbledon

A traditional fixture at Wimbledon is the way the BBC TV commentary box fills up with British players eliminated in the early rounds.
Clive James The Observer (1981)
After an early singles exit at Wimbledon - All that's left for me to do is go find John Lloyd and start a family.
Pam Shriver (1986)
At Wimbledon, the ladies are simply the candles on the cake.
John Newcombe
I often surprise myself. You can't plan some shots that go in, not unless you're on marijuana, and the only grass I'm partial to is Wimbledon's.
Rod Laver (1970)
On Steffi Graf's first round defeat at Wimbledon by Lori McNeil- Steffi Grief... the unstoppable juggernaut of women's tennis has just been run over by a Lori.
The Sun (1994)
On the traditional English summer- It's always the same. Either it's rainy with sunny intervals or sunny with rainy intervals.
Pat DuPre
The one foolproof way of putting the ticket touts out of business - a Wimbledon final between Pete Sampras and Jim Courier.
The Guardian (1993)
Wimbledon is getting a bit too like Royal Ascot. It's not what happens or who wins so much, as what clothes do I have on. David Lloyd (1995)

 

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