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WHAT DOES WIMBLEDON MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Wimbledon usually refers to: ▪ Wimbledon, London, a district of southwest London ▪ The Championships, Wimbledon, a lawn court tennis tournament, one of the four Grand Slam championships It may also refer to...
The definition of Wimbledon in the dictionary is part of the Greater London borough of Merton: headquarters of the All England Lawn Tennis Club since 1877 and the site of the annual international tennis championships.
The translations of Wimbledon from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «Wimbledon» in English.
List of principal searches undertaken by users to access our English online dictionary and most widely used expressions with the word «Wimbledon».
FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «WIMBLEDON» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «Wimbledon» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «Wimbledon» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Wimbledon
10 QUOTES WITH «WIMBLEDON»
Famous quotes and sentences with the word Wimbledon.
I won the Wimbledon mixed doubles title in 1980.
I will have won Wimbledon this year in 2013, and I will stop with that. It was magnificent. You will certainly see me at tournaments again, but not playing.
To cry on court during a Wimbledon final, you must feel so lonely.
Wimbledon 2014 will be my last slam. To be honest, I am already starting to miss professional tennis, having played at the highest level for two decades. It is what has given me my identity, and I will miss every bit of the action. The thought that I will not be playing anymore is daunting.
I am glad that Wimbledon is my last slam. I love the atmosphere and courts of SW19, and it is an addiction, which I will find tough to give up.
I had always dreamed of winning Wimbledon and when it happened it was very stressful. It was more of a relief!
The most special Slam is Wimbledon, of course. But where I feel the best is Melbourne. And you're happy that you're playing. When you get to the middle of the season, everything is week after week, and it's all routine. But when it's Melbourne in January, you are fresh and you want to play. It's nice.
I would love to do well one last time in Melbourne and my dream would be to win Wimbledon and play in the London Olympics.
I think my greatest victory was every time I walked out there, I gave it everything I had. I left everything out there. That's what I'm most proud of. I can't go win Wimbledon anymore, so if what I've done in the past is not good enough, let it go. Because I'm certainly not sitting around thinking about it.
New Yorkers love it when you spill your guts out there. Spill your guts at Wimbledon and they make you stop and clean it up.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WIMBLEDON»
Discover the use of Wimbledon in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Wimbledon and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Wimbledon: The Official History of the Championships
Cover the history of the Wimbledon Championships from their start in 1877 to the present day.
John Barrett, All England Club, 2001
Wimbledon Green: the greatest comic book collector in the world
The "greatest collector" of comic books falls under the gaze of this humorous graphic novel, which explores the world of adults who obsess over comic books.
Details the history, great players, and famous moments of the Wimbledon Championships.
Marty Gitlin, 2013
Explores the Wimbledon tennis competition from its beginnings to the present, discussing changes in rules and playing style and great players from Spencer Gore to Boris Becker.
Nancy Gilbert, Goodman, Michael E, 1989
Making Merit, Making Art: A Thai Temple in Wimbledon
A pioneering ethnography of art-making at Wat Buddhapadipa, a Thai Buddhist temple in Wimbledon, England.
Sandra Cate, 2003
Classic moments of Wimbledon
Presents a survey of the past century's Wimbledon championships, with a summary of the early years, a look at the great duels of later years, a list of all finals, and brief biographies of singles champion
Charles Landon, 1982
100 years of Wimbledon
Tennis, Meisterschaften, Geschichte.
Lance Tingay, 1977
Wimbledon Facts, Figures and Fun
There are anecdotes and information about many of the great names since the championships began. This is a true little gem for any fan of tennis or Wimbledon
Cameron Brown, 2005
Centre Court: The Jewel in Wimbledon's Crown
This new edition features some wonderful behind the scenes images from 2009 including the unveiling of Centre Court's revolutionary new retractable roof and Roger Federer's epic men's singles triumph.
John Barrett, Ian Hewitt, 2010
Andy Murray Wimbledon Champion: The Full and Extraordinary Story
He's emotional — we saw that after the 2012 Wimbledon final. So we'll work on
his attributes and positive qualities and try to find that connect with some brands.'
Even so, Murray — whose other new adviser was Ugo Colombini, an Italian who
Mark Hodgkinson, 2013
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «WIMBLEDON»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term Wimbledon is used in the context of the following news items.
Andy Murray yet to get over Wimbledon semi-final defeat against …
Five days on from the Wimbledon semi-finals and Andy Murray has admitted that he is still trying to get over the disappointment of losing to Roger Federer. «Daily Mail, Jul 15»
Wimbledon 2015: Novak Djokovic ends era of Big Four to stand alone
When Novak Djokovic pounded a cross-court winner past Roger Federer on Sunday afternoon to seal his third Wimbledon championship and ninth grand slam ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
India Wins Three Titles at Wimbledon in Nation's Best Ever Year at …
It was a big weekend for India at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, with the country's tennis stars (both established and upcoming) winning three Wimbledon ... «TIME, Jul 15»
Serena Williams wins 2015 Wimbledon women's title
Serena Williams is your 2015 Wimbledon champion after defeating Garbine Muguruza in straight sets, 6-4, 6-4. Williams and Muguruza combined for a solid ... «SB Nation, Jul 15»
Wimbledon: Serena Williams beats Maria Sharapova in semi-final
Williams could win a sixth Wimbledon and 21st major title on Saturday, when she can also complete a 'Serena Slam' by holding all four Grand Slam titles. «BBC Sport, Jul 15»
Novak Djokovic's Wimbledon 2015 fourth-round clash against Kevin …
Novak Djokovic spends his downtime during the Wimbledon fortnight meditating at a local Buddhist temple but he has been shaken violently from his Zen-like ... «Daily Mail, Jul 15»
Wimbledon 2015: Nick Kyrgios' controversial tournament ends
After uttering "dirty scum" following an exchange with the chair umpire in the first round -- he claimed he was referring to himself -- contravening Wimbledon's ... «CNN, Jul 15»
Wimbledon 2015 results: Dustin Brown, Roger Federer, James Ward …
I hope the Wimbledon staff allow as many spectators in as possible, forget tickets (aside from Court One holders). First come, first serve - let's have this place full ... «Daily Mail, Jul 15»
Wimbledon is disrespecting Venus Williams
But Wimbledon has been doing Miss Vee dirty on the first week of the fortnight. Seeded No. 16 and with her best chance to make a deep run in years, Venus is ... «For The Win, Jul 15»
Official Wimbledon headband is too colorful for Wimbledon
Nice try Nick Kyrgios, but that official Wimbledon headband is in violation of the ... the third round of the tournament by wearing an official Wimbledon headband. «Los Angeles Times, Jul 15»
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