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Monday, July 6, 1998 Published at 07:59 GMT 08:59 UK


Anyone for tennis?
Wimbledon welcomes everyone from corporate big wigs to the queuing punter. But there are bad feelings in the queues as the favoured sip champagne in corporate hospitality marquees.
Great moments in love
There are four Grand Slam tournaments but only one Wimbledon. Its appeal? 120 years of memorable tennis.
Return to Henmania?
Tim Henman may be Britain's No 2 in tennis terms - but for many of his fans who will be queuing at Wimbledon this week he is the one and only.
Wimbledon's green and pleasant land
Wimbledon's finely blended cocktail of sun, sport and society draws attention from around the world. But BBC News online's Jane Black found the British taking it all in their stride.
Ladies win less at Wimbledon
This year the prize money at Wimbledon will total over 7m - with the most being awarded to the men's singles champion.
In Wimbledon v World Cup the score is Love All
Football and tennis may not be the most natural partners but you'd be suprised at the love between them, writes Barry Millns.
Women's fashion hits the courts
Long skirts, bustles, ties, hats and gloves and a Victorian lady was ready to take to the courts! My how times have changed.
Racket science and the hard sell
The humble wood and gut tennis racket of old has been totally transformed by aerospace technology in the last two decades - but all that's titanium-enhanced is not gold.
Net calls from Wimbledon
Serving into the Net takes on a whole new meaning at Wimbledon with the latest technology relaying ball-by-ball coverage over the Web.





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