Venus dodges Dulgheru challenge at Wimbledon

Serena Williams reveals she stopped breastfeeding daughter to lose weight

Serena Williams Opens Up About Her Difficult Decision to Stop Breastfeeding

Wozniacki's frustration was only increased by the unwanted infestation that landed at Wimbledon during her match. Then I spent the rest of the time with her when she woke up. "So much has happened in the past 12 months". He just secured victory over the US's Tenny Sandgren during the first round of Wimbledon matches.

Five-times Wimbledon champion Venus Williams dropped her opening service game and lost the first set before finding her rhythm to beat qualifier Alexandra Dulgheru 4-6 6-0 6-1 in the second round on Wednesday. "Mommy has to do this, '" Williams said during the news gathering. "It'll be wonderful to see that continue, to have equal for men and women".

3 Vegan Tennis Players to Watch at Wimbledon1. But it's not surprising given the tournament's history of valuing men's tennis more than women's. Leyland got a meeting with Wimbledon officials and told them, "I love your championship, I love your tradition, but this gender inequity is one tradition that you need to change", Leyland said Wednesday in a telephone interview.

While the Centre Court crowd clearly appreciated the sight of Williams in full flow, they also took a shine to the plucky Tomova who battled hard to make a match of it. The Times looked at matches on Wimbledon's feature courts over the last 25 years, and found that just 39% were women's matches.

She is not yet back to her best, but the seven-time champion is rapidly gaining momentum, particularly with her serve which was inhibited by the injury that forced her withdrawal from the French Open.

United States player Serena Williams celebrates winning against Bulgaria´s Viktoriya Tomova during their women´s singles second round match on the third day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 4, 2018.

While some athletes have to deal with streakers and other pitch invaders of the human variety, the world's number two tennis player had to endure a different distraction at Wimbledon.

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