Tennis Writer Neil Harman Is Guilty Of Weapons-Grade Plagiarism

Earlier today, we told you about tennis writer Neil Harman admitting that at least some portion of the official Wimbledon yearbook he publishes every year was plagiarized. The full breadth of The Times of London's chief tennis correspondent's plagiarism is now beginning to come into focus, thanks to our friends over… » 7/23/14 5:29pm 7/23/14 5:29pm

Petra Kvitova Wins Wimbledon In Straight Sets

Petra Kvitova won her second Wimbledon and it didn't even take an hour. Kvitova demolished Eugenie Bouchard 6-3, 6-0 today in Bouchard's—and Canada's—first appearance in a Wimbledon final. The point you see above is not match point, but representative of the Czech's dominance. Even when Bouchard seemingly had her on… » 7/05/14 11:40am 7/05/14 11:40am

Watch Novak Djokovic Celebrate Winning A Match He Hadn’t Won Yet

During Wimbledon Monday, Novak Djokovic thought he'd won a spirited match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets. But as he headed up to the net to kiss opponent Jo-Wilfried Tsonga goodbye/start celebrating, Tsonga was less than ready to give up: Djokovic's winning point had actually been called out. » 6/30/14 5:23pm 6/30/14 5:23pm

BBC Apologizes For Shitty Thing It Said About Bartoli And Her Dad

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… » 7/06/13 4:22pm 7/06/13 4:22pm

Marion Bartoli Wins Wimbledon Women's Championship

Frenchwoman Marion Bartoli defeated German Sabine Lisicki this morning in straight sets, 6-1, 6-4, to win Wimbledon. In a wild tournament that saw every single favorite get knocked out, Bartoli was consistent and overwhelmed each opponent she faced without dropping a single set throughout the tournament. The victory… » 7/06/13 12:20pm 7/06/13 12:20pm

Jerzy Janowicz Winning His Wimbledon Quarterfinal: An Awesome Moment

One thing was certain before today's Wimbledon quarterfinal between Jerzy Janowicz and Lukasz Kubot: Poland would have its first ever men's Grand Slam semifinalist. Janowicz claimed the spot with a straight sets win over his fellow countryman, and his ensuing reaction is everything we love about sports. » 7/03/13 1:45pm 7/03/13 1:45pm