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Wimbledon Men's:

  • Roger Federer used his [K]Six-One Tour to take his record breaking 15th Grand Slam career title. Roger Federer regains the ATP Tour World #1 ranking
  • Daniel Nestor and partner Zimonjic served and volleyed their way to their second consecutive Wimbledon Men’s Doubles title after defeating the Bryan Brothers in the final
  • Jesse Levine qualified and defeated 14th seed Marat Safin en route to reaching the 3rd round of Wimbledon Men’s Singles for 1st time in his career
  • Philipp Petzschner, Mardy Fish, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, and Philipp Kohlschreiber reached the 3rd round of the Men’s Singles
  • Alexander Peya, Rajeev Ram, Taylor Dent, Michael Yani, Jesse Levine, Adrian Mannarino, and Lukas Lacko all made it through qualifying to reach the Men’s Singles main draw
  • 3 out of the 8 Men’s Doubles Semifinalist were Wilson Tour Team players: Mardy Fish, Dick Norman and Daniel Nestor

Wimbledon Women's:
  • In a [K]Blade Team battle, Serena Williams used her [K]Blade Team to take her 3rd Wimbledon Women’s Singles title, defeating her sister Venus Williams 76 62 in the final
  • To make it a Williams’ family sweep, Serena and Venus Williams won the Women’s Doubles title after they defeated Stubbs and Stosur 76 64 in the final
  • Venus Williams had won 34 sets in a row at Wimbledon and did not drop a set en route to the Women’s Singles Final    
  • Using her [K]Blade Tour, Wilson On the Rise player Melanie Oudin fought her way through the tournament, fighting off  a match point down in her 1st round qualifying match and then went on to qualify. In the main draw, Melanie defeated 6th seed Jankovic and 29th seed Bammer en route to reaching her 1st Grand Slam Round of 16
  • Flavia Pennetta used her [K]Blade 98 and Carla Suarez Navarro used her [K]Six-One 95 to reach the 3rd    
  • Neuza Silva, Klara Zakopalova, Alberta Brianti and Melanie Oudin made it through qualifying to reach the Women’s Singles main draw
  • Lucky Loser Kristina Kucova used her [K]Tour to make the best of the opportunity and reached the 2nd round of the Women’s Singles main draw before falling to Mauresmo
  • Using her [K]Tour, Ekaterina Makarova and partner Kleybanova reached the Quarterfinals of the Women’s Doubles, falling to Medina Garrigues and Ruano Pascaul 64 75

Other News:
  • Using his  [K]Blade Tour, Dmitry Tursunov won the AEGON International Championship to take his 1st career grass court title and 6th career ATP Tour title
  • Frank Dancevic used his [K]Blade 98 to qualify and go on to reach his second career ATP Tour final at the AEGON International Championship in Eastbourne 
  • Dick Norman and partner Moodie defeated Brunstrom and Rojer to win the Ordina Open Men’s Doubles title 
  • Wilson duo Sara Errani and Flavia Pennetta are the 2009 Ordina Open Women’s Doubles Champions after they defeated Krajicek and Wickmayer 64 57 13-11 in the final
  • Using his [K]Blade 98, Philipp Kohlschreiber and partner Kas are the 2009 Gerry Weber Open Doubles Champions after they defeated Chiudinelli and Beck in the finals 63 64
  • Philip Kohlschreiber reached the semifinals of Men’s Singles at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle Germany

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