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Henman says he can still win Wimbledon
Tim Henman is Britain's No 1 tennis player.

Watch his story in video

A talented all-round athlete (he's also good at golf and football), he began playing tennis when he was only three years old.

His main ambition is to win Wimbledon - no Brit has won the singles since 1936.


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Introduction
My early years
My big break
How I focus
Why I love tennis
My best advice
My ideal date
My perfect day
My top nosh

Tim factfile
Born: September 6, 1974
School: Reed's School, Cobham, Surrey
Career highlight to date: Wimbledon semi-finals in 2001 and 1999
Lowest point: Breaking leg in three places during match in 1994
Lives: Barnes, London



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