Wimbledon: The 2012 Official Film
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Wimbledon 2012 is the definitive story of the 126th Championships. In the Gentlemen's Singles Novak Djokovic was the defending champion and Roger Federer was in search of a record-equalling seventh victory. In the Ladies' Singles Maria Sharapova arrived at SW19 as the world No. 1 while Petra KvitovaRead more....
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Wimbledon 2012 is the definitive story of the 126th Championships. In the Gentlemen's Singles Novak Djokovic was the defending champion and Roger Federer was in search of a record-equalling seventh victory. In the Ladies' Singles Maria Sharapova arrived at SW19 as the world No. 1 while Petra Kvitova was defending her title and Venus Williams was in search of a sixth Wimbledon singles title. Andy Murray once again carried the hopes of the home nation and made history by becoming the first Briton to reach the Gentlemen's Singles final since Bunny Austin in 1938. There was more history made in the Gentlemen's Doubles when the wild card entry of Frederik Nielsen from Denmark and Britain's Jonathan Marray won the title, with Marray becoming the first Briton to win the title for 76 years. In the Ladies' Singles final Serena Williams captured her fifth title defeating Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska, who was playing in her first Grand Slam final. In the Gentlemen's Singles final Roger Federer secured his seventh Wimbledon title beating Andy Murray. His victory equalled the tally of Pete Sampras in the Open Era and William Renshaw a century earlier. Narrated by Tim Rice, written by Barry Flatman and featuring exclusive contributions from Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Andy Murray, Maria Sharapova, Pat Cash and Chris Evert, this documentary is a dramatic and highly entertaining record of the proceedings at The Championships, Wimbledon 2012.
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