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By Chris Oddo | Thursday June 30, 2016


We scrubbed the internet to take the pulse of Wimbledon's Day 4. Here's our list... .

Each day at Wimbledon we’ll bring you a burst of what we’re reading to help you keep your fingers on the pulse. Here’s what we’re reading on Day 4 of the Championships:

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Bernard Tomic is under fire again, this time for using an offensive word at a press conference. He was going for self-deprecating humor, but like so many things that come out of Bernie’s mouth, it kind of backfired.

Read about it here

Before Dominic Thiem was good, he needed to be awful.

Cool article about the rising Austrian as a young lad here

The recently married Fabio Fognini made it through in five sets past Argentina’s Federico Delbonis, 6-4 1-6 6-7(3) 6-2 6-3. And he did this:

Tennis stars remain committed to attending the Rio Games this summer despite Zika virus fears. Reem Abulleil reports from here at Wimbledon…

Read the article here

Roger Federer enjoys Britain’s feel-good story. The maestro had a lot of fun playing—and defeating, mind you—world No. 772 Marcus Willis.

“This story is gold,” says Federer. USA Today’s Nick McCarvel writes it up and wraps it up.

Read about it here

Great Britain’s Heather Watson was a big factor at Wimbledon last year when she nearly upset Serena Williams. This year she failed to get out of the first round, squandering three match points before falling to Annika Beck of Germany.

Details here

Good news! Radek Stepanek wants to win a Grand Slam match in his 40’s.

Details on Steps from

BBC commentator Andrew Castle is accused of “Creepy Sexism” after he makes remarks about Marcus Willis’ girlfriend. We could probably make this stuff up, but we assure you we are not.

Read about it here 


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