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Wimbledon: 25 June - 8 July 2012

Player Profiles

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Venus Williams
Country:
United States of America
Birth Date:
17 June 1980
Birthplace:
Lynwood, CA, USA
Residence:
Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA
Height:
6 ft. 1 in. ( 1.85 metres )
Weight:
159 lbs. ( 72.3 kilos )
Plays
Right
Turned pro:
1994

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Tournament Info

Wimbledon Championships Played: 16
Event(s) Entered:Ladies' Singles
Ladies' Doubles
     (with Serena Williams)
Best Singles Performance: Winner (2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008)
Best Doubles Performance: Winner (2000, 2002, 2008, 2009, 2012)

Player Overview

Career Singles Titles:
44
Career Doubles titles:
21
Career matches won:
610
Career matches lost:
157
Year to date matches Won:
5
Year to date matches lost:
2
Current 52 week rank for singles:
20
High rank for singles:
1
High rank for doubles:
1
Current 52 week rank for doubles:
23
High rank date for singles:
25 February 2002
High rank date for doubles:
7 June 2010
Career prize money:
$28,609,968 USD
Year to date prize money for singles:
$82,074 USD
Year to date prize money for doubles:
$30,147 USD
Grand Slam Singles Results
YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
1997-2ND1STRUP
1998QFQFQFSF
1999QF4THQFSF
2000-QFWONWON
2001SF1STWONWON
2002QFRUPRUPRUP
2003RUP4THRUP-
20043RDQF2ND4TH
20054TH3RDWONQF
20061STQF3RD-
2007-3RDWONSF
2008QF3RDWONQF
20092ND3RDRUP4TH
2010QF4THQFSF
20113RD-4TH2ND
2012-2ND1ST2ND
20133RD---


Grand Slam Doubles Results
YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
1997---1ST
19983RD-1ST-
1999SFWON-WON
2000--WONSF
2001WON-3RD3RD
2002--WON-
2003WON-3RD-
2007--2ND-
2008QF-WON-
2009WON3RDWONWON
2010WONWONQF-
2012--WON3RD
2013QF---
Legend
WON = Champion
RUP = Runner-up
SF = Semi-finalist
QF = Quarter-finalist
4TH = Lost in fourth round
3RD = Lost in third round
2ND = Lost in second round
1ST = Lost in first round
Bio information courtesy of the WTA TOUR

Centre Court - Ladies' Doubles
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
 
7
6
 
Andrea Hlavackova CZE (6)
  Lucie Hradecka CZE (6)
 
5
4

No. 1 Court - Ladies' Doubles
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Liezel Huber USA (1)
  Lisa Raymond USA (1)
 
6
1
2
 
 
2
6
6

Centre Court - Ladies' Doubles
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
 
6
6
 
Raquel Kops-Jones USA (10)
  Abigail Spears USA (10)
 
1
1

No. 2 Court - Ladies' Doubles
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
 
6
6
 
Bethanie Mattek-Sands USA (13)
  Sania Mirza IND (13)
 
4
3

No. 2 Court - Ladies' Doubles
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Maria Kirilenko RUS (4)
  Nadia Petrova RUS (4)
 
6
3
7
 
 
3
6
9

Court 18 - Ladies' Doubles
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Vesna Dolonc SRB 
  Olga Savchuk UKR 
 
0
3
 
 
6
6

No. 2 Court - Ladies' Singles - 1st Round
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
 
1
3
 
 
6
6

Round1R2R3R4RQFSFF
Sets played 2      
Tie breaks played 0      
Total games 16      
Winners 18      
Unforced errors 13      
Service points won 26      
Return games won 1      
Total points 44      
1st serves in 20      
% 1st serves in 38      
Total aces 3      
Total double faults 2      
1st serve points won 11      
% 1st serve points won 55      
% 2nd Serve points won 45      

Live Blog

21:07And there we must leave it. Thanks Wimbledon 2012, you were wet and weird (Lukas Rosol??) but mainly wonderful. Enjoy the break. In less than three weeks, we'll do it all again Olympic-stylee. SEE YOU!

21:04Lisa Raymond sticks the volley away to bring up three match points and they only need one. The American pair Elena Vesnina and Leander Paes 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 to win the mixed doubles title.

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