Nothing to see besides two very good looking people being pretty together.
Eugenie Bouchard and Milos Raonic are making history at Wimbledon. UPDATE: Following their incredible performances at Wimbledon, the two reach career-high rankings.
Greece, speed lines and pizza. Tennis has a new sensation.
This is what you miss when you stare at your shoes on the Tube.
Agnieszka Radwanska claimed she is not ashamed of Jesus. But her Catholic youth group is ashamed of her.
I actually physically can’t stop smiling after looking at these.
From misunderstood teen to national treasure.
Even though Full House was scripted, the friendships were real. *Heartwarming music plays and show fades to black*
Murray has been celebrated as Britain’s first Wimbledon singles champ in 77 years. But since Fred Perry’s victory in 1936, four British women have done the same exact thing.
From Dunblane to Wimbledon and back.
For tennis fans in Great Britain, it’s been a long time coming.
Of course, we’re rooting for him. But that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a few gags at his expense.
The UK’s great hope is one step closer to a championship.
The derp is strong in this one.
Sabine Lisicki pulls off yet another 2013 All-England upset.
An important new Tumblr features the British number 1 getting excited about dental hygiene.
You’re still a winner in our hearts, Nadal.
It’s not all double aces, glorious volleys and cunning drop shots.
The Women’s Tennis Association has laid out its plans to eliminate grunting. But why do players grunt in the first place? And would it hurt them to try and stop?
I’d love to pick my jaw up off the floor, but I can’t. London has never looked more amazing.
After winning her fifth Wimbledon championship, officials decided to provide Ms. Williams with alternate prizes in an effort to discourage her continued dominance of the tournament. Similar tactics failed to work on Mr. Federer, who now brings a previous tournament trophy from home each year…
At 30 years old, Federer’s game has become a mixture of technical skill and psychological warfare.
By defeating Andy Murray, the Swiss tennis star entered some rarified air in sports history. See how the thirty year old’s most recent accomplishment stacks up against some of the greatest champions of all time.