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Thread: WIMBLEDON 2018 - Women's

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    Re: WIMBLEDON 2018 - Women's

    Well done Angie! I was really happy to see her win because EVERYONE (I get American tv coverage) focused on Serena about 95% of the time. It's like they forgot she had a quality opponent. Also great to see Angie win her third GS - all she needs now is the French to complete her career GS.
    Andy. Rafa. Milos. What's not to like?

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    so happy Angie won , not only a great player but she seems like a sweetheart !

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    Personally I was rooting for Serena. But I like Angie too so I'm happy for her. Serena was so emotional in her post match interview, you tell how much it means to her. I am desperate for her to break Margaret Court's record but I still think she can do it. Go Serena!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    Personally I was rooting for Serena. But I like Angie too so I'm happy for her. Serena was so emotional in her post match interview, you tell how much it means to her. I am desperate for her to break Margaret Court's record but I still think she can do it. Go Serena!
    I noticed also that she did not immediately congratulate Angie like most runners-up do. Sue Barker had to prompt her.
    Andy. Rafa. Milos. What's not to like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoastLamb View Post
    I noticed also that she did not immediately congratulate Angie like most runners-up do. Sue Barker had to prompt her.
    She also prompted Kevin to thank his team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karanga View Post
    She also prompted Kevin to thank his team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoastLamb View Post
    I noticed also that she did not immediately congratulate Angie like most runners-up do. Sue Barker had to prompt her.
    Maybe not but she certainly did in private at the net.

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